NFL Vegas Odds with Implied Points
|Team||Opponent||Time||Open Spread||Open Line||Open O/U||Curr Spread||Curr Line||Curr O/U||Imp. Pts|
|Lions||Bears||Thu, Nov 22 12:30 pm EST||3.5||166||45.5||4.0||173||45.5||22.0|
|Bears||@Lions||Thu, Nov 22 12:30 pm EST||-3.5||-193||45.5||-4.0||-201||45.5||24.1|
|Cowboys||Redskins||Thu, Nov 22 04:30 pm EST||-7.5||-357||40.5||-7.5||-348||40.5||23.2|
|Redskins||@Cowboys||Thu, Nov 22 04:30 pm EST||7.5||289||40.5||7.5||281||40.5||19.3|
|Saints||Falcons||Thu, Nov 22 08:20 pm EST||-13.0||-676||59.0||-13.0||-768||60.0||35.8|
|Falcons||@Saints||Thu, Nov 22 08:20 pm EST||13.0||496||59.0||13.0||536||60.0||29.0|
|Ravens||Raiders||Sun, Nov 25 01:00 pm EST||-11.5||-618||42.5||-11.0||-587||42.5||25.9|
|Raiders||@Ravens||Sun, Nov 25 01:00 pm EST||11.5||459||42.5||11.0||441||42.5||20.2|
|Jets||Patriots||Sun, Nov 25 01:00 pm EST||9.5||345||46.5||9.5||344||46.0||21.9|
|Patriots||@Jets||Sun, Nov 25 01:00 pm EST||-9.5||-433||46.5||-9.5||-430||46.0||26.9|
|Eagles||Giants||Sun, Nov 25 01:00 pm EST||-6.0||-233||46.0||-6.0||-258||46.0||25.2|
|Giants||@Eagles||Sun, Nov 25 01:00 pm EST||6.0||194||46.0||6.0||212||46.0||22.0|
|Buccaneers||49ers||Sun, Nov 25 01:00 pm EST||-3.5||-178||55.0||-3.5||-184||55.0||28.6|
|49ers||@Buccaneers||Sun, Nov 25 01:00 pm EST||3.5||154||55.0||3.5||158||55.0||26.8|
|Bengals||Browns||Sun, Nov 25 01:00 pm EST||-3.0||-165||47.5||-3.0||-168||47.5||24.7|
|Browns||@Bengals||Sun, Nov 25 01:00 pm EST||3.0||143||47.5||3.0||145||47.5||23.1|
|Panthers||Seahawks||Sun, Nov 25 01:00 pm EST||-3.5||-176||47.0||-3.5||-179||47.0||24.6|
|Seahawks||@Panthers||Sun, Nov 25 01:00 pm EST||3.5||152||47.0||3.5||153||47.0||22.8|
|Bills||Jaguars||Sun, Nov 25 01:00 pm EST||3.0||151||37.5||3.5||148||37.5||18.0|
|Jaguars||@Bills||Sun, Nov 25 01:00 pm EST||-3.0||-175||37.5||-3.5||-171||37.5||19.9|
|Chargers||Cardinals||Sun, Nov 25 04:05 pm EST||-11.5||-664||45.0||-12.0||-683||45.0||27.7|
|Cardinals||@Chargers||Sun, Nov 25 04:05 pm EST||11.5||484||45.0||12.0||488||45.0||21.5|
|Colts||Dolphins||Sun, Nov 25 04:25 pm EST||-9.5||-447||50.5||-9.5||-440||50.5||29.1|
|Dolphins||@Colts||Sun, Nov 25 04:25 pm EST||9.5||353||50.5||9.5||352||50.5||24.2|
|Broncos||Steelers||Sun, Nov 25 04:25 pm EST||3.5||147||47.5||3.0||143||47.0||22.9|
|Steelers||@Broncos||Sun, Nov 25 04:25 pm EST||-3.5||-170||47.5||-3.0||-168||47.0||24.4|
|Vikings||Packers||Sun, Nov 25 08:20 pm EST||-4.5||-194||48.0||-3.5||-181||47.5||24.9|
|Packers||@Vikings||Sun, Nov 25 08:20 pm EST||4.5||167||48.0||3.5||155||47.5||23.1|
|Texans||Titans||Mon, Nov 26 08:15 pm EST||0.0||-||-||0.0||-||-||0.0|
|Titans||@Texans||Mon, Nov 26 08:15 pm EST||0.0||-||-||0.0||-||-||0.0|
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T. Montgomery - RB
Montgomery picked up five yards on a lateral play during Sunday's 24-21 win over Cincinnati.
Montgomery took the lateral inside the red zone late in the third quarter from rookie quarterback Lamar Jackson, setting up Gus Edwards' game-tying touchdown run. It wasn't a spectacular debut and Montgomery certainly doesn't fit the Ravens' mold of big-bodied backs, but the play showed that Montgomery can add dimensions to a Jackson-led offense, like option plays, to go along with his receiving ability. Keep an eye on whether its Jackson or Joe Flacco (hip) under center Sunday against Oakland, a team ranked 25th in the league with 4.8 yards per opponent carry.
Added 12:39 am (EST)
J. Allen - RB
Allen carried the ball once for a two-yard gain during Sunday's 24-21 win over Cincinnati.
Allen can't blame his uneventful day on the insertion of a run-first quarterback and sudden emergence of rookie Gus Edwards, but they certainly didn't help. Allen now has just six carries since Week 6. He had kept his value up as a receiver, with 14 catches in his previous four games, but that worth might be diluted if Jackson continues to play in place of Joe Flacco (hip). Allen's value is probably low as a runner no matter what, but keep an eye on the quarterback situation to see if Allen is likely to see a couple of passes come his way. Sunday brings a Raiders defense ranked 17th in opponent passing yards at 245 per game.
Added 12:25 am (EST)
C. Moore - WR
Moore caught his lone target for a gain of 14 and added an eight-yard run during Sunday's 24-21 win over the Bengals.
Sunday, despite the change at quarterback, was more of the same for Moore, who has caught two or fewer passes in seven of his last eight games. In theory, if Lamar Jackson and a run-heavy attack continues in place of Joe Flacco (hip), Moore's susceptible to even less usage, but he's probably not worth turning to regardless, even against a mediocre Oakland pass defense Sunday.
Added 12:23 am (EST)
M. Andrews - TE
Andews caught his lone target for a 19-yard gain during Sunday's 24-21 win over the Bengals.
Coming into Sunday, the rookie tight end had been targeted at least four times in three of his previous four games. That went away as Baltimore went run-heavy with fellow rookie Lamar Jackson at quarterback. Andrews is probably the member of the Ravens' deep tight-end corps most likely to produce in the passing game on any given week, but whether its Lamar Jackson or Joe Flacco (hip) Sunday against the Raiders obviously impacts his potential opportunities and value. The situation is worth monitoring.
Added 12:21 am (EST)
N. Boyle - TE
Boyle hauled in all four of his targets for a total of 36 yards during Sunday's 24-21 win over Cincinnati.
Boyle was one of the few targets in Baltimore that benefited from Lamar Jackson's start as he nabbed a season-high four catches. Still, the fourth-year player wasn't able to turn those into big gains - no completion going for more than 16 yards. Boyle's level of production in the passing game sets a fairly low bar and, even if Jackson starts in Joe Flacco's (hip) stead again, he's unlikely to be able to capitalize on a solid matchup against a Raiders defense that has been mediocre against the pass this season.
Added 12:19 am (EST)
T. Pope - RB
Pope was released from the Seahawks' practice squad Tuesday, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports.
Pope joined the team's practice squad in early November as he had previous stints with the team, but the running back depth is apparently no longer needed with J.D. McKissic (foot) nearing a return. The Jacksonville State product hasn't seen game action since 2016 with the Jets and Seahawks.
Added 12:18 am (EST)
J. Brown - WR
Brown gained 23 yards on his single target and did not gain any yardage on his lone carry during Sunday's 24-21 win over the Bengals.
Entering Sunday, Brown had been targeted at least six times in seven of his previous eight games. That went out the window with rookie Lamar Jackson and a run-first approach against the Bengals. It's seldom a good idea to read too much into one game, but Brown's worth Sunday against the Raiders will likely depend heavily on whether it's Jackson or Joe Flacco (hip) under center. If it's Flacco with, presumably, a more pass-heavy attack, the speedy Brown has a great matchup against a Raiders defense dead last in the league in yards per reception at 14.0.
Added 12:18 am (EST)
M. Crabtree - WR
Crabtree converted his three targets into a single, seven-yard catch during Sunday's 24-21 win over the Bengals.
Lamar Jackson's start brought a lot of excitement to Baltimore, but there's at least one person hoping Joe Flacco (hip) gets better soon. Crabtree was targeted fewer than six times for the first time this season. It's hard to read too much into one game, but the Ravens' run-first approach with Jackson under center and the rookie's apparent rapport with Willie Snead should be noted before placing Crabtree in your lineup. His value depends heavily on who starts Sunday against Oakland, a pass defense that has been so-so this season with 245 yards surrendered per game
Added 12:15 am (EST)