2010 Week 2 NFL Opening Odds & Lines Report

Touthouse HandicappersSenior Writer ISeptember 14, 2010

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Week 2 NFL Opening Lines
Date & Time Favorite Spread Underdog
9/19 1:00 ET At Cleveland -2 Kansas City
9/19 1:00 ET At Green Bay -13 Buffalo
9/19 1:00 ET Baltimore -1.5 At Cincinnati
9/19 1:00 ET At Tennessee -5 Pittsburgh
9/19 1:00 ET Philadelphia -4 At Detroit
9/19 1:00 ET At Dallas -8.5 Chicago
9/19 1:00 ET At Carolina -2.5* Tampa Bay
9/19 1:00 ET At Atlanta -6.5 Arizona
9/19 1:00 ET At Minnesota -5.5 Miami
9/19 4:05 ET At Oakland -4 St. Louis
9/19 4:05 ET At Denver -3.5 Seattle
9/19 4:15 ET Houston -3 At Washington
9/19 4:15 ET At San Diego -8 Jacksonville
9/19 4:15 ET New England -1.5 At NY Jets
9/19 8:20 ET At Indianapolis -5.5 NY Giants

Monday Night Football Odds
9/20 8:35 ET New Orleans -4.5 At San Francisco


Kansas City Chiefs @ Cleveland Browns - The Chiefs put on a special teams clinic in week 1, it’s amazing what six new players can do for a team. Cleveland starts their home schedule against a revamped Chiefs defense; looks like an 0-2 start for the Browns.

Buffalo Bills @ Green Bay Packers - QB Trent Edwards will have to play much better in week two if the Bills are hoping for an upset against the Packers who will be without Ryan Grant due to injury.

Baltimore Ravens @ Cincinnati Bengals - AFC North rivals collide at Paul Brown Stadium in Week 2. Baltimore scratched out a 10-9 win in New York, while the Bengals got beat down by the Patriots last week.

Pittsburgh Steelers @ Tennessee Titans - Pittsburgh will continue to feel the absence of pro bowl QB Ben Roethlisberger in Week 2 against a Titans defense that dominated Oakland to open the season. QB Vince Young and RB Chris Johnson are off to hot starts for the Titans.

Philadelphia Eagles @ Detroit Lions - After a strong showing in Week 1, expect Michael Vick to start when the Eagles invade the Motor City. After the Lions were robbed in the final seconds in Week 1, they will have to start their home schedule without starting QB Matthew Stafford who separated his shoulder against the Bears.

Chicago Bears @ Dallas Cowboys - After winning in controversial fashion in last week, the Bears travel to “Big D” to take on the Cowboys. Dallas will look to rebound after a bunch of penalties and mindless plays cost them in Washington last Sunday night.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers @ Carolina Panthers - The Bucs had a surprising win against the Browns in Week 1. Carolina QB Matt Moore suffered a concussion against the Giants, so look for Jimmy Clausen to start against the Bucs in Week 2.

Arizona Cardinals @ Atlanta Falcons - Derek Anderson and the Cardinals will look to improve on their 1-0 start after squeaking out a 17-13 win against the Rams. Atlanta will be ecstatic to open their home schedule after suffering a heartbreaking OT road loss against Pittsburgh.

Miami Dolphins @ Minnesota Vikings - Miami limps into Week 2 after a not so convincing win against the Bills and will need a better performance against Minnesota. QB Brett Favre wasn’t his typical amazing self out of the gates, so look for #4 to find his mojo in front of the home crowd.

St. Louis Rams @ Oakland Raiders - Rookie QB Sam Bradford threw three interceptions in his debut, look for more of the same against a pesky Raiders defense in the Black Hole.

Seattle Seahawks @ Denver Broncos - HC Pete Carroll had an unexpected successful debut, but look for the resurgent Matt Hasselbeck to be brought back down to earth against a stingy Broncos defense in the thin air of Invesco Field.

Houston Texans @ Washington Redskins - RB Arian Foster ran for 231 yards and three TD’s to lead the surprising upset over the Colts in Week 1. The Redskins defense was tremendous in week 1, but can it stop Matt Schaub and Co.?

Jacksonville Jaguars @ San Diego Chargers - Jacksonville goes on the road after winning a hard fought game at home against Denver and hometown hero Tim Tebow. QB Phillip Rivers and Co. are happy to be home after being upset on the road by Kansas City.

New England Patriots @ New York Jets - New England was dominant in Week 1, with Tom Brady throwing for 258 yards and 3 TD’s against what was presumed to be one of the better defenses in Cincinnati. If the Jets don’t get more than 60 yards passing out of QB Mark Sanchez, they have no shot against the “Brady Bunch”.

New York Giants @ Indianapolis Colts - This is the second installment of the Manning Bowl! Eli and the Giants look to keep pressure on his older brother after the Colts suffered a stunning loss in Week 1 despite a huge game from Peyton Manning.

New Orleans Saints @ San Francisco 49ers - The defending Super Bowl champs opened their season with a win and will look to continue the defense of it out west against a 49ers team that was humbled in a big way by the Seahawks in Week 1.

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