2018 NFL Week 3 Odds & Predictions for Each Game.

2018 NFL Week 3 Odds & Predictions for Each Game

Written by on September 17, 2018

Josh Gordon is one of the most talented receivers in the NFL but has had major off-field problems. The Cleveland Browns have had enough of it and are parting ways with Gordon. Plenty of teams will try to sign Gordon because you can’t teach that kind of talent. We’ll have to see which club he suits up for next or if he will play NFL Week 3. Here’s a look at every game on the schedule and MyBookie Sportsbook Odds.

2018 NFL Week 3 Odds & Predictions for Each Game

NY Jets at Cleveland (-3)

The Thursday night game. Well, this is newsworthy. Why? The Browns haven’t been favored in a home game since December 2015. They are on a 19-game winless streak but could easily be 2-0 this year instead of 0-1-1. Their kicker had a chance to win both games but failed. He might not be the kicker any longer by Thursday. The Jets have taken the past five in this series. Go Browns.

New Orleans at Atlanta (-3)

These NFC South rivals are each 1-1. The Saints are lucky to not be 0-2 as they probably should have lost Sunday at home to Cleveland. The Falcons beat the visiting Panthers. New Orleans and Atlanta split last year, each winning at home. Take Atlanta.

San Francisco at Kansas City (-5)

Your NFL MVP right now is Chiefs second-year quarterback Patrick Mahomes, who has thrown 10 touchdown passes this season with no interceptions. Not bad for a guy who made just one start as a rookie and that was a meaningless game. The 49ers are 1-1 after beating Detroit Sunday. Bet Chiefs.

Oakland at Miami (-4)

The Raiders led Denver nearly all day Sunday in the Mile High City only to lose on a last-second field goal. Maybe Jon Gruden should have stayed in broadcasting? The Dolphins are surprise leaders of the AFC East at 2-0. Go Miami.

Buffalo at Minnesota (-16.5)

This is the biggest line of the early season. The Vikings got a miraculous tie on Sunday in Green Bay but should have won. Their kicker missed two field goals in overtime – he likely will be out of a job sometime this week. The Bills are clearly the NFL’s worst team right now. I’ll take all those points.

Indianapolis at Philadelphia (-6)

Pair of 1-1 teams. The Eagles reportedly may have superstar QB Carson Wentz for this one. He hasn’t played since tearing his ACL in Week 14 last year. This line may increase if Wentz is cleared to go. Go Eagles.

Green Bay at Washington (+2.5)

The Packers could easily be 0-2 as they staged a very unlikely rally to win Week 1 and should have lost in overtime Sunday to Minnesota but tied because the Vikings’ kicker sucks. The Redskins are 1-1 after losing at home to Indy Sunday. Take the Packers.

Cincinnati at Carolina (-3)

The Bengals have won their first two games by the same 34-23 score and are on extra rest here. The Panthers are 1-1 after losing Sunday in Atlanta. Bet Panthers.

Tennessee at Jacksonville (-6.5)

The Titans were surprised winners Sunday without starting QB Marcus Mariota. He figures to play here, though. The Jaguars might be due for a letdown after a huge win over the Patriots. We still like Jacksonville.

Denver at Baltimore (-5.5)

The Broncos are a surprising 2-0 after rallying past Oakland. The Ravens are 1-1 following Thursday night’s loss in Cincinnati. Take the better-rested Ravens here.

NY Giants at Houston (-3.5)

Houston has disappointed thus far with its 0-2 mark as Deshaun Watson hasn’t found his rookie magic quite yet. The Giants were in Dallas on Sunday night. Take Houston. The Giants are underdogs at the NFL Week 3 Odds.

LA Chargers at LA Rams (-7.5)

The battle for Los Angeles and could be a Super Bowl preview. The Rams have looked every bit like a Super Bowl team in their 2-0 start. The Bolts are 1-1 after winning in Buffalo. Go Rams.

Chicago at Arizona (+5)

Short week for the Bears as they hosted Seattle on Monday night so this line could change depending on what happens there. The Cardinals are 0-2 and figure to turn to rookie QB Josh Rosen sooner rather than later. Go Bears.

Dallas at Seattle (-3)

This line could change depending on what Dallas did Sunday night vs. the Giants as well as on what Seattle does Monday night in Chicago. We like the Seahawks if they come out healthy.

New England at Detroit (+7)

Sunday night game. The Pats figure to be quite ornery here after getting dominated in Jacksonville on Sunday. The Lions are 0-2 after losing in San Francisco Sunday. Take Pats.

Pittsburgh at Tampa Bay (+2.5)

Monday night. The Bucs play their last game without suspended quarterback Jameis Winston, but backup Ryan Fitzpatrick has been fabulous in Tampa’s 2-0 start. Will the Steelers have RB Le’Veon Bell this week or will his holdout continue? Go Pittsburgh.