NFL Week 2 Picks Against The Spread & Straight Up For 2020

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NFL Week 2 Picks Against The Spread & Straight Up For 2020

The home of our free NFL Picks and Predictions for week 2 of the 2020-21 NFL season.

Our expert NFL handicappers, research the entire NFL Week 2 schedule, leaving no stone unturned to bring you the best expert  NFL picks across the second week of the NFL season.

We take an in-depth look at each of the sixteen, week 2 NFL games, to bring you the Week 2 schedule, spreads, betting lines, Moneyline favorites, and best bets across the Week 2 slate. Our NFL Week 2 picks and predictions will encompass all of these popular NFL Betting lines, alongside our match previews and analysis.

NFL Week 2 Schedule –  NFL Games Week 2 

The teams have blown off the cobwebs after week one, following an unprecedented NFL offseason in which we had no preseason action, and a limited training camp.

The NFL week 2 schedule presents us with 6 divisional matchups and many games that look set to go to the wire. We also get our first glimpse of the new home of the Las Vegas Raiders, Allegiant Stadium, albeit with no crowd in attendance.

Our expert NFL handicappers will be going through each of the week 2 NFL games to bring you the hidden gems, best bets, and predictions, right here.

Thursday, Sept. 17

8:20 p.m. ET – Cincinnati Bengals at Cleveland Browns (Thursday Night Football)

Sunday, Sept. 20

1 p.m. ET – New York Giants at Chicago Bears

1 p.m. ET – Atlanta Falcons at Dallas Cowboys

1 p.m. ET – Detroit Lions at Green Bay Packers

1 p.m. ET – Minnesota Viking at Indianapolis Colts

1 p.m. ET – Buffalo Bills at Miami Dolphins

1 p.m. ET – San Francisco 49ers at New York Jets

1 p.m. ET – Los Angeles Rams at Philadelphia Eagles 

1 p.m. ET – Denver Broncos at Pittsburgh Steelers

1 p.m. ET – Carolina Panthers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

1 p.m. ET – Jacksonville Jaguars at Tennessee Titans

4:05 p.m. ET – Washington at Arizona Cardinals

4:25 p.m. ET – Baltimore Ravens at Houston Texans

4:25 p.m. ET – Kansas City Chiefs at Los Angeles Chargers

8:20 p.m. ET –  New England Patriots at Seattle Seahawks

Monday, Sept. 21

8:20 p.m. ET – New Orleans Saints at Las Vegas Raiders (Monday Night Football)

NFL Odds Week 2 

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NFL Week 2 Spreads and Moneyline Favorites

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Over-under NFL Week 2 Betting Lines

Complete NFL week 2 Over-under Betting Lines 

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Key Week 2 NFL Matchups To Watch

Sunday, Sept. 20, 4:25 p.m. ET – Baltimore Ravens at Houston Texans

The Texans will not be thanking the scheduling gods as they open the season with arguably the two best teams in the NFL, and importantly, the AFC, as they host the Ravens following their road game at the Chiefs in the season opener.

Both teams will firmly have playoff aspirations once again after each winning their division, and crashing out at the first hurdle in the Divisional Round last season.

A week 2 NFL matchup that pits two of the brightest young NFL stars in Deshaun Watson and Lamar Jackson against one another for the second time in the pro ranks. The pair met last season in what became a 41-7 blow out victory for the Ravens, but the two also met in college and put on a show. Watson and the Clemon Tigers victors this time, rallying to win 42-36 in a game where the two combined for eight touchdowns and 854 yards of offense.

We’ll say it’s 1-1 between the quarterbacks, and it a matchup we better get used to seeing, and we can’t wait for this one.

Sunday, Sept. 20, 8:20 p.m. ET –  New England Patriots at Seattle Seahawks

The Patriots and the Seahawks are arguably the two dynasties of the last decade, but a lot has changed since then. The Seahawks’ Legion of Boom is no more, having conceded the sixth-most passing yards and the 4th most yards per rush attempt in 2019, and of course, the Patriots no longer have Tom Brady at the helm.

In his place comes previous MVP Cam Newton, to continue a budding rivalry against Russel Wilson, who have faced off eight times with Wilson edging the rivalry 6-2, with a win apiece in the Divisional Round of the NFL playoff.

Seattle is accustomed to having one of the best home-field advantages in the league and seeing the famous CenturyLink Field without the 12th Man will be a spectacle in itself, and seeing home teams fare on the road until the fans return.