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Best NFL Bets Week 9: Picks, Predictions & Schedules

NFL Schedule Week 9 – Game info

2023 NFL Regular Season Game
Kansas City Chiefs (6-2) vs. Miami Dolphins (6-2)
Date: Sunday, Nov. 5
Time: 9:30 a.m. ET
Venue: Deutsche Bank Par in Frankfurt, Germany
TV Channel: NFL Network
Live Stream: fuboTV, NFL+

Chiefs vs. Dolphins Odds, Spread, Moneyline, Over/Under - NFL Betting Lines Week 9

Moneyline: Kansas City Chiefs -125, Miami Dolphins +105
Spread: Chiefs -2 (-110), Dolphins +2 (-110)
Total: Over/Under 50.5 points

Chiefs vs. Dolphins Preview

What could be one of the most important NFL regular-season games of the year will take place this weekend in Frankfurt, Germany. It’s a rather unlikely site for a clash between two 6-2 teams in the Miami Dolphins and Kansas City Chiefs, but the neutral-site location should only add to the drama for two teams that could very well next see each other in the AFC playoffs.

The Dolphins will have spent an entire week in Germany by the time Sunday's game rolls around, having chosen to travel early and adjust to the new time zone. The Chiefs, by contrast, will have only left home on Thursday. One has to imagine that three extra days on site might give Miami the edge going into this game, but we’ll have to wait and see about that.

Kansas City comes into this game on the heels of a surprising 24-9 loss at Denver.

The Chiefs fell to the struggling Broncos in one of the season's biggest upsets so far. No NFL team has allowed more passing yards than Denver this season, but star quarterback Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs had trouble moving the football in that game, which resulted in Kansas City’s lowest scoring total since October 2021.

This has been a rather uncharacteristic season for the Chiefs’ offense, which lacks the firepower it possessed when annihilating opponents in recent years. Mahomes threw for 242 yards at Denver, but he failed to find the end zone for the first time this season, and he also threw two interceptions.

Division-rivalry games such as the one at Denver always present a challenge, but this was a matchup the Chiefs should never have lost. Even Kansas City’s defense couldn’t save it last Sunday, despite having managed to do that a couple of other times this season. Suddenly, these Chiefs don’t look so invincible.

The recent return of Chiefs wide receiver Mecole Hardman could eventually be a factor, and fellow receiver Rashee Rice has performed well in recent weeks, but Kansas City still seems to lack difference-makers on the offensive side of the football.

On Sunday, of course, one of their former weapons, receiver Tyreek Hill, will be lining up against them for the first time since being traded to Miami.

Hill is on pace for the best season of his career so far -- leading the NFL in receiving yards with 1,014 through just eight games. Those are record-breaking numbers, and he has certainly become the biggest “X factor” for a Miami Dolphins offense that has been burying its opponents all season.

However, Miami is not invincible either, and Kansas City's defense will undoubtedly be eager for the challenge of stopping the Dolphins, particularly since the Chiefs will be going up against one of their former stars. We have already seen the Philadelphia Eagles manage to slow Hill and the Dolphins down enough to beat them, and Kansas City will be looking for that kind of success in Frankfurt on Sunday.

Chiefs vs. Dolphins Predictions and Pick

I like Miami to win this one. The Dolphins offense has been running a whole lot smoother than the Chiefs’ offense this year, especially since wide receiver Tyreek Hill has proven to be largely unstoppable.

Without Hill, Kansas City hasn’t had that same explosive option on offense this year, and the Chiefs are instead having to throw a lot of passes to tight end Travis Kelce just to find their way down the field. Quarterback Patrick Mahomes and Co. have been stuffed in the red zone too many times, and if the Dolphins can win the turnover battle in Frankfurt, I think they win the game.

Miami’s flaws have been in its secondary, but cornerback Jalen Ramsey, who returned to the lineup last weekend, covers half of the field, and his impact can’t be overstated. The team’s defensive front has started to find its groove, too, with linebacker Bradley Chubb finally appearing worthy of the first-round capital that Miami surrendered in its trade for him last year.

I believe the Dolphins’ decision to arrive in Germany early and spend several days acclimating to the time zone will be a factor in this game. It is asking a lot of the Chiefs players to have them arrive in Europe early Friday morning and then have to play a game roughly 48 hours later.

In the wake of losses to Buffalo and Philadelphia, many critics have called out the Dolphins for not yet having any wins against elite teams. Perhaps this matchup in Germany will be their opportunity to put that criticism to rest.

The Pick: Miami Dolphins to win (+105)

NFL Schedule Week 9 – Game info

2023 NFL Regular Season Game
Seattle Seahawks (5-2) vs. Baltimore Ravens (6-2)
Date: Sunday, Nov. 5
Time: 1 p.m. ET
Venue: M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Md.
TV Channel: CBS
Live Stream: fuboT. /NFL+

Seahawks vs. Ravens Odds, Spread, Moneyline, Over/Under - NFL Betting Lines Week 9

Moneyline: Seattle Seahawks +210, Baltimore Ravens -264
Spread: Seahawks +5.5 (-105), Ravens -5.5 (-115)
Total: Over/Under 43.5 points

Seahawks at Ravens Preview

The Seattle Seahawks visit Baltimore this weekend to face the surging Ravens, who are currently riding a three-game winning streak.

The Seahawks have also been hot in scoring back-to-back wins over Arizona and Cleveland. Last Sunday, they managed a 24-20 win over the Browns, who have one of the league's best defenses this season. The Seahawks’ performance wasn’t without its flaws, however. Seattle quarterback Geno Smith threw two interceptions, and his team was forced to give the ball back to Cleveland late in the fourth quarter before being rescued by its defense.

Seattle was trailing 20-17 when safety Julian Love intercepted a tipped Cleveland pass, giving his team a chance to at least tie the game with a field goal. With less than a minute remaining, Seahawks rookie wide receiver Jaxon Smith-Njigba caught a screen pass and scored to deliver the win.

After a slow start to his season, Smith-Njigba, a first-round draft pick out of Ohio State, has started to look very good for the Seahawks’ offense in recent weeks. He now has touchdowns in back-to-back games and is starting to move around the offense with more snaps lined up on the outside.

This weekend, Seattle will face a Ravens defense that ranks in the NFL’s top three when it comes to defending against the pass. Baltimore, also in the league’s top 12 against the run, has one of the most well-balanced defensive units in football, so the Seahawks won’t want to depend on a last-minute interception if they plan to get this win on the road.

The Ravens allow opponents just 15.1 points per game this season – the best mark of any NFL team. They humiliated quarterback Jared Goff and the Detroit Lions just a couple of weeks ago before slipping up against Arizona on multiple occasions last week and allowed a surprising 24 points despite winning the game.

Part of the reason Baltimore struggled against a team it should have easily beaten was due to continued inconsistencies within the Ravens’ offense. I thought this team had finally figured things out after its superb performance against Detroit, when quarterback Lamar Jackson threw for 357 passing and three touchdowns. However, Jackson slipped to just 157 yards and one touchdown against Arizona, as the Ravens struggled to move the football for most of the game.

Seahawks vs. Ravens Predictions and Pick

Both Seattle and Baltimore have defenses that can disrupt the opposing offense and both excel at stopping the run. This sets the stage for a head-to-head showdown between the two quarterbacks.

Since the Ravens are playing at home, and since Seattle QB Geno Smith seems more capable of turning the ball over against an elite pass defense, I think the Ravens will steal the win. Despite that belief, I have the Seahawks covering the spread on the road.

Smith has thrown two touchdown passes in each of his last two games, and the Seahawks’ offensive weapons have continued to improve and jell as a unit. If Seattle can avoid turnovers, it should still be in this game by the fourth quarter.

The Pick: Seattle Seahawks +5.5 (-105)

NFL Schedule Week 9 – Game info

2023 NFL Regular Season Game
Dallas Cowboys (5-2) vs. Philadelphia Eagles (7-1)
Date: Sunday, Nov. 5
Time: 4:25 p.m. ET
Venue: Lincoln Financial Field in Philadelphia, Pa.
TV Channel: FOX
Live Stream: fuboTV, NFL+

Cowboys vs. Eagles Odds, Spread, Moneyline, Over/Under - NFL Betting Lines Week 9

Moneyline: Dallas Cowboys +135, Philadelphia Eagles -163
Spread: Cowboys +3 (-110), Eagles -3 (-110)
Total: Over/Under 45.5 points 

Cowboys at Eagles Preview

The Philadelphia Eagles and Dallas Cowboys split their home-and-home series in 2022, as each team came away with a win in one of the NFL’s very best rivalries. Both of these NFC East teams are legitimate Super Bowl contenders this season, and each will be looking to claim an edge over the other in a tight division race.

Two weeks ago, the Eagles put on a strong primetime performance against the Miami Dolphins in a 31-17 home win. They followed that up last Sunday with a back-and-forth shootout against the Washington Commanders – a game they managed to win 38-31.

At Washington, Philadelphia’s “tush push” was finally stalled at the goal line, much to the hometown fans’ enjoyment, but the Eagles followed that up with an outside-run play out of the same formation. With every Commanders defender bunched at the line, Eagles running back D’Andre Swift went in for a touchdown untouched. That play is going to be to be extremely difficult for opponents to defend against in the weeks to come.

Philly is firing on offense right now, and A.J. Brown is playing like one of the NFL’s top two wide receivers every single week. He made some history at Washington in becoming the first NFL wide receiver to reach at least 100 receiving yards in six straight games since Julio Jones in 2018. Because he is the primary receiver in his team’s offense, Brown’s streak might go on for several more weeks.

The Eagles are looking like one of the most complete units in football, and the recent addition of safety Kevin Byard only adds to their strength. On Sunday, they will host a Dallas team that has a comparable talent level, although the Cowboys certainly miss Pro Bowl cornerback Trevon Diggs, who is out with an ACL injury. His absence could be a big problem for the Cowboys in going up against both Brown and DeVonta Smith.

Speaking of prolific receivers, Dallas’ CeeDee Lamb seems to have found a new gear in recent weeks. He has reached the 100-yard mark in each of his last two games, which included a season-high 12 receptions for 158 receiving yards and two touchdowns in his monster performance against the Los Angeles Rams last Sunday.

Cowboys head coach Mike McCarthy’s offense was a little slow earlier this year, but this group appears to be growing more comfortable as the weeks go by. Quarterback Dak Prescott threw four touchdown passes in the 43-20 win over the Rams and has now had three really clean performances over his past four games.

The problem for Prescott has been the odd game that gets away from him, which is what happened early last month at San Francisco.

Last season the Eagles won their game against Dallas at Philly, and the Cowboys won the rematch at AT&T Stadium. These two teams know each other well, so Sunday afternoon’s game should be a thriller.

Cowboys vs. Eagles Predictions and Pick

Both of these teams have been playing at a high level offensively over the last two weeks, so I’m hoping for a thoroughly entertaining back-and-forth game between two of the NFC’s best on Sunday.

I can see the final score of this game smashing the over. I envision both the Eagles and Cowboys dropping their guard and swinging for knockouts with touchdowns drives and lead changes throughout the day.

Dallas and Philadelphia rank second and third among NFL teams in offensive output this season, as both average north of 28 points per game. I’ll back the over here in what could easily be the best game of the weekend.

The Pick: Over 45.5 Points (-115)

NFL Schedule Week 9 – Game info

2023 NFL Regular Season Game
Tampa Bay Buccaneers (3-4) vs. Houston Texans (3-4)
Date: Sunday, Nov. 5
Time: 1 p.m. ET
Venue: NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas
TV Channel: CBS
Live Stream: fuboTV, NFL+

Buccaneers vs. Texans Odds, Spread, Moneyline, Over/Under - NFL Betting Lines Week 9

Moneyline: Tampa Bay Buccaneers +125, Houston Texans -150
Spread: Buccaneers +2.5 (-105), Texans -2.5 (-115)
Total: Over/Under 40.5 points

Buccaneers at Texans Preview

The Tampa Bay Buccaneers will be desperate to stop a three-game losing streak this weekend, as the recent string of defeats has dropped them to 3-4 on the season.

The slide has seen Tampa lose to Detroit, Atlanta, and Buffalo in consecutive weeks. Sunday’s road game at Houston (also 3-4) offers the Bucs an opportunity to get their season back on track.

Vita Vea, Tampa Bay’s star defensive tackle and No. 1 run-stuffer missed last weekend’s Buffalo game with a groin injury. It will be a major absence for the Bucs if he’s unable to play again on Sunday because he covers a lot of ground on the interior of his team’s defensive line.

Despite their three consecutive losses, the Bucs would be right back in contention in the NFC South should they win on Sunday at Houston. Both the Atlanta Falcons and New Orleans Saints are 4-4. If the Bucs win this game in hand, they would effectively be at least tied with those teams for first place in the division, even though Atlanta and New Orleans also have games this weekend.

I have regained a lot of respect for Buccaneers quarterback Baker Mayfield this season. He is tough, and while he has his flaws, he always lays it all on the line for his team. Mayfield played well in the 24-18 loss at Buffalo. He avoided any costly turnovers, which ultimately gave his team a chance to win the game if he been successful on a last-second “Hail Mary” pass.

Taking one of the NFL's best teams down to the game’s final play is something Tampa Bay can build on, and the Bucs should be extremely encouraged by the numbers running back Rachaad White has started to put up in recent weeks.

White’s rushing figures are rather pedestrian, but he has picked up a total of 135 receiving yards over the past two games. His 13 receptions in that span are a significant increase for the Bucs RB. Tampa Bay’s coaching staff has clearly seen something it likes in targeting him out of the backfield.

The Houston Texans, meanwhile, have been dealing with offensive-line struggles that continue to disrupt the team’s rhythm. The line woes have affected both Houston’s running and passing game.

When allowed time to find his receivers, Texans rookie quarterback C.J. Stroud has proven that he can sling it with the very best of them. Unfortunately, the offensive line is rarely giving Stroud the time he needs – forcing him to escape the pocket and find space to look downfield again before releasing the football.

Stroud’s pocket awareness often helps him survive these situations, but in a 15-13 loss at Carolina last weekend, it was clear that the Texans are really missing key starters up front.

Running the football has been a problem for Houston throughout the season. The Texans are barely hitting 90 rushing yards per game, and running back Dameon Pierce has been silenced for most of the year. Houston’s coaches have had call on players such as rookie wide receiver Tank Dell pick up the football out of the backfield on end arounds and also design trick plays in an effort to open up the game, because Pierce barely reaches 12 carries on most Sundays.

Buccaneers vs. Texans Predictions and Pick

Houston quarterback C.J. Stroud will continue to throw the football at a high volume, and that might work in his favor against Tampa Bay’s secondary this weekend. The Bucs are a bottom-five team when it comes to defending against the pass this year, and they’re not consistent in applying pressure either.

I envision a bounce-back game for Stroud and his offensive weapons, which should translate into a big day for wide receiver Nico Collins and a Texans home win.

The Pick: Houston Texans -2.5 (-110)

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