NFL Odds Week 6: Biggest NFL Moneylines This Week

In this space, we’re monitoring the biggest moneylines for each week of the NFL season.

Here is how things shake out in Week 6:

NFL Odds Week 6: Biggest NFL Moneylines This Week

Rank Matchup Moneyline
1. Los Angeles Rams vs. Carolina Panthers Rams (-500)
2. Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Pittsburgh Steelers Bucs (-400)
3. Green Bay Packers vs. New York Jets Packers (-333)
T4. San Francisco 49ers @ Atlanta Falcons 49ers (-250)
T4.  Philadelphia Eagles vs. Dallas Cowboys Eagles (-250)
T4. Los Angeles Chargers vs. Denver Broncos  Chargers (-250)
7. Baltimore Ravens @ New York Giants Ravens (-222)
8. Minnesota Vikings @ Miami Dolphins  Vikings (-154)
T9. Cleveland Browns vs. New England Patriots Browns (-149)
T9. Arizona Cardinals @ Seattle Seahawks Cardinals (-149)

1. Los Angeles Rams (-500) vs. Carolina Panthers

The Rams have looked nothing like the team that won last year’s Super Bowl. However, a matchup with the 1-4 Panthers, who fired head coach Matt Rhule on Monday and are starting P.J. Walker at quarterback, could be just what the doctor ordered.

2. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (-400) @ Pittsburgh Steelers

Aided by a controversial roughing the passer penalty, Tom Brady’s Bucs squeaked by the Atlanta Falcons 21-15. That said, the Steelers look like one of the worst teams in football and are coming off an embarrassing 38-3 drubbing at the hands of the Buffalo Bills.

3. Green Bay Packers (-333) vs. New York Jets

Green Bay was stunned by the New York Giants in London, falling 27-22. Aaron Rodgers and the Pack now return home in a potential get-right spot against Zach Wilson and the Jets.

T4. San Francisco 49ers (-250) @ Atlanta Falcons

Coming off two straight impressive victories, the 49ers travel to Atlanta to battle a Falcons squad that has proven to be a much tougher out than anticipated.

T4. Philadelphia Eagles (-250) vs. Dallas Cowboys

One of the games of the week pits the undefeated Eagles against their NFC East rival, the Dallas Cowboys. America’s Team has won four straight contests under backup quarterback Cooper Rush.

T4. Los Angeles Chargers (-250) vs. Denver Broncos

The Chargers rallied to defeat the Cleveland Browns 30-28, improving to 3-2 on the season. They now take on a Broncos team that can’t possibly look any worse than they did Thursday night.

7. Baltimore Ravens (-222) @ New York Giants

A last-second field goal by Justin Tucker lifted the Ravens to a rather uninspiring 19-17 win over the Cincinnati Bengals. John Harbaugh’s group will look for a better performance against the surprising 4-1 Giants, who continue to defy all expectations.

8. Minnesota Vikings (-154) @ Miami Dolphins 

The Vikings could very well be underdogs if Dolphins quarterback Teddy Bridgewater ultimately clears the league’s concussion protocol. However, it will be the Skylar Thompson show in Miami as things stand.

T9. Cleveland Browns (-149) vs. New England Patriots

Fresh off allowing 238 yards to the league’s worst rushing team, the Browns’ defense will be in tough once again against New England’s Rhamondre Stevenson, who ran for 161 yards on 25 carries in the Pats’ 29-0 shutout over the Detroit Lions.

T9. Arizona Cardinals (-149) @ Seattle Seahawks

Kyler Murray and company lost a tough 20-17 home tilt against the now 5-0 Eagles. Arizona’s offense has been far from elite, but Seattle’s defense has had trouble stopping anyone in the early going, ranking 31st in points allowed (30.8 PPG).