NFL Week 1 odds updated during off week

NFL Week 1 odds updated during off week

The NFL preseason has come to a close and now we’re in an unusual position with teams having up to two weeks off before a real game.

And while the NFL coaches are busy preparing their team, bettors are scouring the just-updated Week 1 odds at the Americas Cardroom sportsbook (as well as looking at the college football slate for Labor Day Weekend).

You will notice that the spread is currently off the board for the Seattle at Indianapolis contest. That’s because Colts’ quarterback Carson Wentz just went on the Covid-19 list and his status for that game is up in the air. This is really bad news for the team after it looked like Wentz would be able to suit up after recovering from a foot injury.

Take a look at all the Week 1 odds below. To see the rest of the sportsbook, just click on ‘Sports’ in the poker client.

Updated NFL Week 1 Odds (all times ET)

Dallas Cowboys (+7.5) at Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Thursday – 8:20pm
Philadelphia Eagles (+3.5) at Atlanta Falcons –- Sunday – 1:00pm
Pittsburgh Steelers (+6.5) at Buffalo Bills – 1:00pm
Minnesota Vikings (-3.5) at Cincinnati Bengals –1:00pm
San Francisco 49ers (-7.5) at Detroit Lions – 1:00pm
Arizona Cardinals (+3) at Tennessee Titans– 1:00pm
Seattle Seahawks (NL) at Indianapolis Colts – 1:00pm
L.A. Chargers (Pick) at Washington Football Team – 1:00pm
New York Jets (+5.5) at Carolina Panthers – 1:00pm
Jacksonville Jaguars (-3) at Houston Texans – 1:00pm
Cleveland Browns (+6.5) at Kansas City Chiefs – 4:25pm
Miami Dolphins (+3) at New England Patriots – 4:25pm
Green Bay Packers (-3) at New Orleans Saints – 4:25pm
Denver Broncos (-2) at New York Giants – 4:25pm
Chicago Bears (+7.5) at Los Angeles Rams – 8:20pm
Baltimore Ravens (-4.5) at Las Vegas Raiders – Monday – 8:15pm

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