NFL Week 1 Odds Movement

The NFL Week 1 odds have been out for a few weeks and there have been some recent fluctuations. Here are the biggest ones from BroburySports.com.

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The first game is the defending champion New Orleans Saints (-5) hosting the Minnesota Vikings. The spread was off the board as Brett Favre hadn’t signed yet. Favre is back, but will be missing receiver Sidney Rice (hip), and these odds reflect that.

Cincinnati has dropped from six points to four at New England. The Patriots are very young at cornerback after losing Leigh Bodden for the season. Cincinnati has a number of passing weapons, including Chad Ochocinco and Terrell Owens. Ochocinco has already talked about a new touchdown celebration if he scores this week.

The Detroit Lions were seven-points ‘dogs at Chicago, but have dropped to six. Quarterback Matthew Stafford looks to be much improved in his sophomore year. Meanwhile, Chicago quarterback Jay Cutler is struggling in the new Mike Martz’ offense. He was an interception machine last year with 26.

Green Bay has jumped from one-point favorites at Philadelphia to three points. The Packers’ offense is really clicking and could be the NFC’s best. The Eagles are a boom-or-bust type team with quarterback Kevin Kolb taking over for Donovan McNabb.

Baltimore has gone from +3 to +2 at the New York Jets on Monday night. New York just got cornerback Darrelle Revis signed and he’ll be starting in this game. This is a battle of Jets coach Rex Ryan against his old team that passed him over as head coach.

Note the Dallas spread is back up, staying steady at -3 ½-points at Washington on Sunday night. Redskins’ quarterback Donovan McNabb (ankle) looks able to play. The Cowboys first-team offense really struggled in the preseason.

Current Week 1 Odds

Minnesota (+5) at New Orleans – Thursday Night
Miami (-3) at Buffalo
Detroit (+6) at Chicago
Oakland (+6 ½) at Tennessee
Cincinnati (+4) at New England
Carolina (+7) at NY Giants
Atlanta (-2 ½) at Pittsburgh
Cleveland (+3) at Tampa Bay
Denver (+2 ½) at Jacksonville
Indianapolis (-2) at Houston
San Francisco (-3) at Seattle
Green Bay (-3) at Philadelphia
Arizona (-4) at St. Louis
Dallas (-3 ½) at Washington – Sunday Night
Baltimore (+2) at NY Jets – Monday Night
San Diego (-4 ½) at Kansas City – Monday Night