NFL Week 6 Odds Comparison and Line Movement

We’re already nearing the halfway point of the NFL regular season.

COVID-19 has been impacting the NFL schedule. The Titans host the Bills tonight in the first NFL game played on a Tuesday since 2010 when the Eagles lost to the Vikings (24-14).

Prior to that, the last NFL game played on a Tuesday was way back in 1946.

You can check out our Bills vs. Titans prediction to pick up a win before week 6.

There are four teams (Seahawks, Chargers, Saints and Raiders) on a bye this week. There will be no Thursday Night Football (TNF) game this week and there’s a doubleheader on Monday.

As we’ve seen, the schedule can be fluid based on any positive COVID-19 tests.

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NFL Week 5 Betting Recap

13 of 14 NFL week 5 games have been played. So far, underdogs are 7-6 against the spread with four of those underdogs winning straight-up on the moneyline (NFL Week 6 ML Underdog Picks).

The under is 7-6 so far this week, marking the first week where unders have done better. Overs are still hitting at 56% (42-33) on the season, but I expect another week with unders outperforming.

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NFL Week 6 Betting Lines (Opening Odds)

Like every week, we’re going to compare the opening point spread to the current lines.

Broncos vs. Patriots – Opening Line: Patriots –9.5 / Current Line: Patriots –8.5

Texans vs. Titans – Opening Line: Titans –5.5 / Current Line: OTB

Browns vs. Steelers – Opening Line: Steelers –5.5 / Current Line: Steelers –3.5

Ravens vs. Eagles – Opening Line: Ravens –7 / Current Line: Ravens –7.5

Washington vs. Giants – Opening Line: Giants –3.5 / Current Line: Giants –3

Falcons vs. Vikings – Opening Line: Vikings –3.5 / Current Line: Vikings –3.5

Lions vs. Jaguars – Opening Line: Lions –2.5 / Current Line: Lions –3.5

Bengals vs. Colts – Opening Line: Colts –9.5 / Current Line: Colts –8

Bears vs. Panthers – Opening Line: Panthers –3 / Current Line: Panthers –2.5

Jets vs. Dolphins – Opening Line: Dolphins –8 / Current Line: Dolphins –8

Packers vs. Buccaneers – Opening Line: Buccaneers –3 / Current Line: Packers –1.5

Rams vs. 49ers – Opening Line: 49ers –3 / Current Line: Rams –3.5

Chiefs vs. Bills – Opening Line: Chiefs –3 / Current Line: Chiefs –3

Cardinals vs. Cowboys – Opening Line: Cowboys –3 / Current Line: Cardinals –2.5

We’ve seen some crazy NFL week 6 line movements already and it’s only Tuesday.

Injuries have played a big role. For instance, Dak Prescott is out for the season, so the Cowboys went from a –3 favorite on MNF to the Cardinals being favored by –2.5 points.

The Rams vs. 49ers and Packers vs. Buccaneers have also seen huge movement.

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What NFL Week 6 Point Spreads Stand Out?

I would jump on the Cardinals quickly before it’s at –3 or above. I’m also jumping on the Browns now at +3.5 before we lose the hook. They’ll keep things close against their AFC North rival.

There are several other games I’m interested in, but want to see how the lines move. If I can get a ½-point off the spreads of the Ravens and/or Vikings, those will make my NFL betting card.

About the Author

Scott is one of our newest writer and handicapper here at, but he has been writing sports betting content for more than a decade online. His work has been featured on many websites.


Scott is a millennial (born in 1989) who grew up in Toronto, Canada and he has never left the big city. He grew up playing a few sports (hockey, soccer and baseball) when he was younger. His favorite sport was hockey and he played goalie. He still likes to get out to the rinks to play some pick-up with his buddies.


Growing up in Toronto, Scott is a huge fan of all Toronto teams.


He watches the Maple Leafs and Raptors religiously. Scott also enjoys watching the Blue Jays, Argonauts and TFC.


His best sports memory was when the Raptors were crowned the 2019 NBA Champions. Unfortunately, he’s still waiting for the Maple Leafs to win a Stanley Cup during his lifetime.


Scott may be a diehard fan of Toronto sports teams, but he loves watching all sports. He’s a huge UFC fan (look for his UFC betting articles for most events) and he’ll watch just about anything, including tennis, golf, soccer and cricket.


Scott is a numbers guy and he likes digging deep into the statistics when handicapping games. He also likes to identify value bets in markets most bettors overlook, including player/team props.


When he’s not handicapping and watching sports, he enjoys golfing in the warmer months. He also loves burgers and poutine. Not only is that his favorite meal, but he has tried over 100 burgers in Toronto and he’s constantly looking for the best new burgers in the city.