NFL Week 5 Picks Against The Spread & Straight Up For 2020

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NFL Week 5 Picks Against The Spread & Straight Up For 2020

The home of our free NFL Picks and Predictions for week 5 of the 2020-21 NFL season.

Our expert NFL handicappers, research the entire NFL Week 5 schedule to bring you the best week 5 NFL picks, predictions, and best bets.

We take a look through all of the week 5 NFL games, 15 in today scheduled for week 5, with the Detroit Lions and Green Bay Packers the first two teams to take their Bye Week.  Here you will find all things week 5, including the NFL week 5 spreads, betting lines, Moneyline favorites along with our week 5 NFL picks and predictions.

Our expert NFL handicappers research, analyze, and preview every game to find you the best free Picks and NFL Betting lines for week 5.

NFL Week 5 Schedule –  NFL Games Week 5

Thursday, Oct. 8

8:20 p.m. ET – Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Chicago Bears (Thursday Night Football) 

Sunday, Oct. 11

1 p.m. ET – Carolina Panthers at Atlanta Falcons

1 p.m. ET – Cincinnati Bengals at Baltimore Ravens

1 p.m. ET – Jacksonville Jaguars at Houston Texans

1 p.m. ET – Las Vegas Raiders at Kansas City Chiefs

1 p.m. ET – Arizona Cardinals at New York Jets

1 p.m. ET – Philadelphia Eagles at Pittsburgh Steelers

1 p.m. ET – Los Angeles Rams at The Washington Football Team

4:05 p.m. ET – Miami Dolphins at San Francisco 49ers

4:25 p.m. ET – Indianapolis Colts at Cleveland Browns

4:25 p.m. ET – New York Giants at Dallas Cowboys

8:20 p.m. ET – Minnesota Vikings at Seattle Seahawks 

Monday, Oct. 12

8:15 p.m. ET – Los Angeles Chargers at New Orleans Saints (Monday Night Football)

Tuesday, Oct. 13

7 p.m. ET – Buffalo Bills at Tennessee Titans

NFL Odds Week 5

Our experts take a  complete look at all of the NFL odds for Week 5. The balance between a confident  NFL pick and good value odds is an important one, so taking a look at the Week 5 NFL odds is always important ahead of making your NFL Week 5 picks or wagers.

With many different NFL betting lines to focus on in any given match, we take a look at the main three, most popular markets in the NFL week 5 Moneyline odds, Spreads, and Totals.

NFL Week 5 Spreads and Moneyline Favorite

Week 5 Moneyline favorites are in bold below with the teams’ Moneyline odds in brackets

Thursday, Oct. 8

Tampa Bay Buccaneers -5 (-240) at Chicago Bears (Thursday Night Football) 

Sunday, Oct. 11

Carolina Panthers at Atlanta Falcons -3.5 (-460)

Cincinnati Bengals at Baltimore Ravens -13.5 (-900)

Jacksonville Jaguars at Houston Texans -6.5 (-300)

Las Vegas Raiders at Kansas City Chiefs -12 (-800)

Denver Broncos at New England Patriots (-350)

Arizona Cardinals -7 (-350) at New York Jets 

Philadelphia Eagles at Pittsburgh Steelers -7 (-300)

Buffalo Bills -1 (-120) at Tennessee Titans 

Los Angeles Rams -9 (-400) at The Washington Football Team 

Miami Dolphins at San Francisco 49ers -3.5 (-160)

Indianapolis Colts -1 (-100) at Cleveland Browns 

New York Giants at Dallas Cowboys -9 (-400)

Minnesota Vikings at Seattle Seahawks -7.5 (-350)

Monday, Oct. 12

Los Angeles Chargers at New Orleans Saints -7.5 (-350) (Monday Night Football)

Over-under NFL Week 5 Betting lines

Complete NFL Week 5 Over-under Betting Lines

Thursday, Oct. 8

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Chicago Bears O/U 44.5 (Thursday Night Football

Sunday, Oct. 11

Carolina Panthers at Atlanta Falcons O/U 55

Cincinnati Bengals at Baltimore Ravens O/U 

Jacksonville Jaguars at Houston Texans O/U

Las Vegas Raiders at Kansas City Chiefs O/U 43

Denver Broncos at New England Patriots O/U 48.5

Arizona Cardinals at New York Jets O/U 47

Philadelphia Eagles at Pittsburgh Steelers O/U 47.5

Buffalo Bills at Tennessee Titans O/U 49

Los Angeles Rams at The Washington Football Team O/U 46

Miami Dolphins at San Francisco 49ers O/U 46.5

Indianapolis Colts at Cleveland Browns O/U 48

New York Giants at Dallas Cowboys O/U 54

Minnesota Vikings at Seattle Seahawks O/U 57.5

Monday, Oct. 12

Los Angeles Chargers at New Orleans Saints O/U 52 (Monday Night Football)

Key Week 5 NFL Matchups To Watch

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Chicago Bears – Primetime Tom Brady – Thursday 8:20 p.m. ET

The first of five, yes five Primetime games for the Buccaneers this season, the addition of someone named Tom Brady may have something to do with that. Brady has looked better with each week in his new home, capped by a come from behind win against the Los Angeles Chargers in week 4 where Brady threw for 369 yards and 5 touchdowns, but also his fourth pick-six in his last six games. The Bears opened their season 3-0 despite having a quarterback crisis, with Nick Foles taking over the reins in week 4 the Bears managed a lowly 11 points and just 269 yards of total offense. The Bears will need to bounce back to keep tabs with the high-flying Packers in the NFC North and the Bucs will want to keep the New Orleans Saints at arm’s length too but will have to do so with an expectingly depleted offense after suffering more injuries in week 4.

New York Giants at Dallas Cowboys – Sunday 4:25 p.m. ET

The Cowboys were a sleeper pick for many this year but a 1-3 start has dampened enthusiasm around them despite Dak Prescott putting up crazy stat lines through four weeks. Dak is setting all sorts of records to start the year, with three 450+ passing yard games in succession, but that has come from necessity with the Cowboys’ troubles on the other side of the ball. The Giants have been one of the worst teams in the league through four weeks, with an 0-4 record and a woeful offense scoring an average of just under 12 points per game, even the Dallas defense will be confident of making some stops here. No team has conceded more points in four weeks than Dallas’ 146 but fortunately for them, the rest of the NFC East is also in disarray. The Eagles top the division with a 1-2-1 record so a win here for either side, despite their early troubles and could get their season back on track.

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