NFL Week 9 Schedule and Odds: Chiefs Get a Shot at Love With Rodgers Out Against Kansas City

By | November 5, 2021

Week 9 of the NFL season kicked off last night with the Colts breezing past the Jets, who lost Week 8 hero Mike White to injury in the first quarter. By putting up a season-high 45 points, the Colts almost hit the total on their own thanks to big performances by Carson Wentz (22 of 30, 272 yards, 3 touchdowns) and Jonathan Taylor (19 carries, 172 yards, 2 touchdowns).

There was some drama in the end for invested bettors, so if you happened to fall asleep feeling pleased that your Colts -10.5 bets were going to cash comfortably, you were fortunate to avoid some harrowing moments in the late stages of the game. But after having one interception ruled out by penalty, the Colts extinguished the last vestiges of hope for the Jets and Jets +10.5 backers with an interception (that stood) inside the 10 in the final minute.

Remind me why we all willingly put ourselves through this again, and again, and again, and again? And again.

So what lies ahead for the remainder of Week 9? Three matchups stand out, but two of them have been affected by unfortunate events.

Titans Visit Rams Without Henry

The Titans (6-2) are one of the hottest teams in the NFL and head into their Sunday night showdown with the Rams (7-1) with four straight wins and a cozy lead in the AFC South.

But they will take on the Rams and most of their remaining opponents without their most important player. To replace the current running back most likely to win MVP in the near future, the Titans signed Adrian Peterson, the last running back to win MVP. It’s been a lifetime (or two) in running back years since Peterson took home the hardware in 2012, so it remains to be seen what kind of impact he’ll have with the Titans.

But in the meantime, jumping on Jeremy McNichols props is a wise move for Sunday. The Rams are in the lower half in the league in yards allowed per carry and rushing touchdowns allowed. McNichols is also second on the team behind A.J. Brown in catches (21) and third behind Brown and Julio Jones in yards (203), and he ranks 12th in the NFL in yards after catch per reception (9.3). He should get a lot of touches against the Rams with Peterson and D’Onta Foreman still working their way in.

Should We Have a Negative Outlook on Packers Without Positive Rodgers?

With Henry out, we now get to see how important he is to the Titans’ success (and answer some larger questions about the running back position). Is he the NFL’s most important player in terms of individual impact on his team’s fortunes?

Another player high on that list is Aaron Rodgers, and he will also not be on the field on Sunday after testing positive for COVID this week. That means that Jordan Love will make his first NFL start in Kansas City as the Packers (7-1) visit the Chiefs (4-4).

Love’s only meaningful NFL action up to this point came in the Packers’ Week 1 blowout loss to the Saints, as he completed five of seven passes for 68 yards. This is a much different situation though. But it doesn’t hurt to be able to count on Davante Adams, who will be back in action after a positive COVID test kept him out of Green Bay’s Week 8 win at Arizona.

You can expect plenty of Aaron Jones–and AJ Dillon, who had a season-high 16 carries against the Cardinals–against the Chiefs, who aren’t exactly stout against the run. But a sprinkle on Love to hit the over on his passing yards total is also worth it, especially if you think that the Chiefs will be in control.

Notable Player Props for Packers vs Chiefs

  • Rushing yards for Aaron Jones: OVER 63.5 (-114), UNDER 63.5 (-114)
  • Receiving yards for Davante Adams: OVER 79.5 (-114), UNDER 79.5 (-114)
  • Passing yards for Jordan Love: OVER 234.5 (-114), UNDER 234.5 (-114)
  • Aaron Jones to score anytime: +105
  • Davante Adams to score anytime: +130

AFC North Rivals Meet in Cincinnati

The main headline this week for the Cleveland Browns is their impending divorce with Odell Beckham Jr., with OBJ set to be released today.

But the focus on the field is on their visit to Cincinnati, which shapes up as a must-win for multiple reasons. The Browns have lost three of four to drop to 4-4 and are coming off of an absolute dud of a performance at home against the Steelers.

There was always a chance that a tough schedule could derail all of the preseason hype surrounding the Browns, but five losses in nine games is not what anyone would have penciled in. And things don’t lighten up from here: the 0-8 Detroit Lions are the only remaining opponent for the Browns not currently at .500 or better. Right now, under 8.5 wins looks like the likeliest result for Cleveland. But a win over the rival Bengals could kickstart a turnaround.

As for the Bengals, last Sunday’s loss to the Jets was certainly a punch in the gut. But the reality is that anything positive past this point is a bonus, given that the Bengals are already far exceeding expectations. Their remaining schedule is pretty tough as well, but with six home games in their final nine games, they should still go over their preseason win total of 6.5 with no stress.

Those are the three most notable games on this week’s 14-game slate. Let’s look at the other matchups we have to invest in or ignore.

NFL Week 9 Preview Menu

  • Week 9 Schedule
  • Week 9 Betting Odds & Previews

NFL Week 8 Schedule

Thursday, November 4

New York Jets (2-5) vs Indianapolis Colts (3-5), FOX & NFL Network, 8:20 p.m. ET

Indianapolis Colts 45, New York Jets 30

Sunday, November 7

Cleveland Browns (4-4) vs Cincinnati Bengals (5-3), CBS, 1:00 p.m. ET

Las Vegas Raiders (5-2) vs New York Giants (2-6), CBS, 1:00 p.m. ET

New England Patriots (4-4) vs Carolina Panthers (4-4), CBS, 1:00 p.m. ET

Buffalo Bills (5-2) vs Jacksonville Jaguars (1-6), CBS, 1:00 p.m. ET

Denver Broncos (4-4) vs Dallas Cowboys (6-1), FOX, 1:00 p.m. ET

Houston Texans (1-7) vs Miami Dolphins (1-7), FOX, 1:00 p.m. ET

Atlanta Falcons (3-4) vs New Orleans Saints (5-2), FOX, 1:00 p.m. ET

Minnesota Vikings (3-4) vs Baltimore Ravens (5-2), FOX, 1:00 p.m. ET

Los Angeles Chargers (4-3) vs Philadelphia Eagles (3-5), CBS, 4:05 p.m. ET

Green Bay Packers (7-1) vs Kansas City Chiefs (4-4), FOX, 4:25 p.m. ET

Arizona Cardinals (7-1) vs San Francisco 49ers (3-4), FOX, 4:25 p.m. ET

Tennessee Titans (6-2) vs Los Angeles Rams (7-1), NBC, 8:20 p.m. ET

Monday, November 8

Chicago Bears (3-5) vs Pittsburgh Steelers (4-3), ESPN, 8:15 p.m. ET

Teams With a Bye in Week 9

  • Detroit Lions (0-8)
  • Seattle Seahawks (3-5)
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers (6-2)
  • Washington Football Team (2-6)

NFL Week 9 Odds and Previews

This week, you can look out for in-depth NFL betting previews of the following games here on Betting News.

  • Jets at Colts – New York Jets vs Indianapolis Colts Betting Preview, Odds, Best Bets & Score Prediction
  • Browns at Bengals
  • Broncos at Cowboys
  • Vikings at Ravens
  • Packers at Chiefs
  • Cardinals at 49ers
  • Titans at Rams
  • Bears at Steelers

You can also look out for our weekly NFL prop watch, which covers our favorite prop bets from each matchup on the NFL schedule.

We have consensus NFL betting picks for every NFL matchup, and those picks are updated throughout the week to reflect odds changes that occur so that you get the most accurate picks based on updated odds. Check out our NFL picks, and be sure to check out our daily NBA picks and NHL picks as well.

All NFL betting odds for Week 9 are via FanDuel Sportsbook as of Friday, November 5, 2021 at 9:25 a.m. ET. To compare NFL betting odds from several top sportsbooks like FanDuel, BetMGM, PointsBet, and more, check out our NFL odds.

NFL Week 9 Matchups and Odds

New York Jets vs Indianapolis Colts

  • Spread: New York Jets +10.5 (-112), Indianapolis Colts -10.5 (-108)
  • Total: OVER 45.5 (-108), UNDER 45.5 (-112)
  • Moneyline: New York Jets +420, Indianapolis Colts -560

New York Jets vs Indianapolis Colts NFL Betting Picks, Odds, Stats and More

Cleveland Browns vs Cincinnati Bengals

  • Spread: Cleveland Browns +2.5 (-114), Cincinnati Bengals -2.5 (-106)
  • Total: OVER 47 (-110), UNDER 47 (-110)
  • Moneyline: Cleveland Browns +112, Cincinnati Bengals -132

Cleveland Browns vs Cincinnati Bengals NFL Betting Picks, Odds, Stats and More

Las Vegas Raiders vs New York Giants

  • Spread: Las Vegas Raiders -3.5 (-108), New York Giants +3.5 (-112)
  • Total: OVER 46.5 (-112), UNDER 46.5 (-108)
  • Moneyline: Las Vegas Raiders -176, New York Giants +148

Las Vegas Raiders vs New York Giants NFL Betting Picks, Odds, Stats and More

New England Patriots vs Carolina Panthers

  • Spread: New England Patriots -3.5 (-110), Carolina Panthers +3.5 (-110)
  • Total: OVER 41 (-110), UNDER 41 (-110)
  • Moneyline: New England Patriots -180, Carolina Panthers +152

New England Patriots vs Carolina Panthers NFL Betting Picks, Odds, Stats and More

Buffalo Bills vs Jacksonville Jaguars

  • Spread: Buffalo Bills -14.5 (-112), Jacksonville Jaguars +14.5 (-108)
  • Total: OVER 48.5 (-110), UNDER 48.5 (-110)
  • Moneyline: Buffalo Bills -1000, Jacksonville Jaguars +660

Buffalo Bills vs Jacksonville Jaguars NFL Betting Picks, Odds, Stats and More

Denver Broncos vs Dallas Cowboys

  • Spread: Denver Broncos +9.5 (-106), Dallas Cowboys -9.5 (-114)
  • Total: OVER 49.5 (-110), UNDER 49.5 (-110)
  • Moneyline: Denver Broncos +350, Dallas Cowboys -450

Denver Broncos vs Dallas Cowboys NFL Betting Picks, Odds, Stats and More

Houston Texans vs Miami Dolphins

  • Spread: Houston Texans +5.5 (-105), Miami Dolphins -5.5 (-115)
  • Total: OVER 46 (-114), UNDER 46 (-106)
  • Moneyline: Houston Texans +200, Miami Dolphins -245

Houston Texans vs Miami Dolphins NFL Betting Picks, Odds, Stats and More

Atlanta Falcons vs New Orleans Saints

  • Spread: Atlanta Falcons +6.5 (-110), New Orleans Saints -6.5 (-110)
  • Total: OVER 42 (-110), UNDER 42 (-110)
  • Moneyline: Atlanta Falcons +240, New Orleans Saints -295

Atlanta Falcons vs New Orleans Saints NFL Betting Picks, Odds, Stats and More

Minnesota Vikings vs Baltimore Ravens

  • Spread: Minnesota Vikings +6 (-106), Baltimore Ravens -6 (-114)
  • Total: OVER 49.5 (-114), UNDER 49.5 (-106)
  • Moneyline: Minnesota Vikings +215, Baltimore Ravens -255

Minnesota Vikings vs Baltimore Ravens NFL Betting Picks, Odds, Stats and More

Los Angeles Chargers vs Philadelphia Eagles

  • Spread: Los Angeles Chargers -1.5 (-110), Philadelphia Eagles +1.5 (-110)
  • Total: OVER 49.5 (-110), UNDER 49.5 (-110)
  • Moneyline: Los Angeles Chargers -124, Philadelphia Eagles +106

Los Angeles Chargers vs Philadelphia Eagles NFL Betting Picks, Odds, Stats and More

Green Bay Packers vs Kansas City Chiefs

  • Spread: Green Bay Packers +7.5 (-115), Kansas City Chiefs -7.5 (-105)
  • Total: OVER 48 (-110), UNDER 48 (-110)
  • Moneyline: Green Bay Packers +265, Kansas City Chiefs -330

Green Bay Packers vs Kansas City Chiefs NFL Betting Picks, Odds, Stats and More

Arizona Cardinals vs San Francisco 49ers

  • Spread: Arizona Cardinals +2 (-110), San Francisco 49ers -2 (-110)
  • Total: OVER 45.5 (-110), UNDER 45.5 (-110)
  • Moneyline: Arizona Cardinals +114, San Francisco 49ers -134

Arizona Cardinals vs San Francisco 49ers NFL Betting Picks, Odds, Stats and More

Tennessee Titans vs Los Angeles Rams

  • Spread: Tennessee Titans +7 (-105), Los Angeles Rams -7 (-115)
  • Total: OVER 53.5 (-104), UNDER 53.5 (-118)
  • Moneyline: Tennessee Titans +265, Los Angeles Rams -330

Tennessee Titans vs Los Angeles Rams NFL Betting Picks, Odds, Stats and More

Chicago Bears vs Pittsburgh Steelers

  • Spread: Chicago Bears +6 (-110), Pittsburgh Steelers -6 (-110)
  • Total: OVER 39.5 (-110), UNDER 39.5 (-110)
  • Moneyline: Chicago Bears +215, Pittsburgh Steelers -260

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