Are you ready for football? We know the gamblers are! Las Vegas sportsbooks didn’t waste any time when it came to posting the odds for the first week of NFL football. While we are still over three months away from the preseason, Vegas is already gearing for another big year of action.
On Thursday, the NFL officially released the NFL schedule for every team in the league.
With a ton of incredible match-ups on the 2017 schedule, fans are already counting down the days until they can once again hit the sports book and cheer for their teams.
The 2017 season will open with the defending Super Bowl champion New England Patriots on a Thursday night from Gillette Stadium when the New England Patriots host the Kansas City Chiefs. The Westgate LV Superbook opened the Pats as 7-point favorites, which makes them one of the biggest favorites on opening week.
The overall “can’t lose” pick of Week 1 belongs to the Pittsburgh Steelers. The Steelers opened as a 9.5-point chalk on the road against the Cleveland Browns. Will the Browns shock the world and upset the Steelers in Week 1? No, but they may keep it within 10 points.
Okay, enough gab. Here is the Week 1 schedule and odds thanks the The Westgate in Las Vegas.
NFL Week 1 Odds: Thursday, Sept. 7
- Kansas City Chiefs at New England Patriots (-7)
NFL Week 1 Odds: Sunday, Sept. 10
- New York Jets at Buffalo Bills (-6.5)
- Atlanta Falcons (-5.5) at Chicago Bears
- Jacksonville Jaguars at Houston Texans (-4.5)
- Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Redskins (-2.5)
- Arizona Cardinals at Detroit Lions (-2.5)
- Oakland Raiders (pick ’em) at Tennessee Titans
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Miami Dolphins (-2)
- Pittsburgh Steelers (-9.5) at Cleveland Browns
- Baltimore Ravens at Cincinnati Bengals (-1)
- Indianapolis Colts (-3.5) at Los Angeles Rams
- Seattle Seahawks at Green Bay Packers (-2.5)
- Carolina Panthers (-4) at San Francisco 49ers
- New York Giants at Dallas Cowboys (-6)
NFL Week One Odds: Monday, Sept. 11
- New Orleans Saints at Minnesota Vikings (-4)
- Los Angeles Chargers at Denver Broncos (-3.5)