NFL Opening Betting Lines: Week 6 Odds

Home underdogs make up a large chunk of the Week 6 Sportsbook NFL betting lines, with the Houston Texans one of those teams getting points in their own stadium as they host the Indianapolis Colts on Thursday Night Football this week.

The Texans opened as 2-point home underdogs against the Colts on the NFL odds for this week, with those teams tied atop the AFC South standings with identical marks of 3-2 SU and 4-1 ATS. The Colts are 3-0 both SU and ATS in their last three against the Texans, according to the betting trends for Week 6.

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Six other games opened with home underdogs for this week, including Baltimore at Tampa Bay +3.5, Denver at the Jets +6, Detroit at Minnesota +3, Green Bay at Miami +3, and San Diego at Oakland +7. As well, St. Louis opened as a 4-point home underdog against San Francisco for Monday Night Football; the Niners are 7-1-1 ATS in their last nine games as road favorites.

As well, the New England at Buffalo game opened as a pick'em, although the Patriots' convincing win on Sunday Night Football over the Bengals pushed Tom Brady and company to 3-point road favorites by Monday night. The Pats are 20-1 SU in their last 21 games against the Bills.

Matchup Reports: Indy vs. Houston | San Francisco vs. St. Louis | New England vs. Buffalo

Elsewhere around the Week 6 Sportsbook odds at the sportsbooks it was Tennessee favored by 6 points at home over winless Jacksonville, Cincinnati favored by 7 points at home over Carolina, and Cleveland favored by 2 points at home over rival Pittsburgh. The Eagles opened as 3-point home favorites over the Giants for Sunday Night Football; Philadelphia is 9-3 ATS in its last 12 games against New York.

Week 6 NFL Sportsbook Betting Lines:

THURSDAY, OCTOBER 9 Indianapolis at Houston (+2), 8:25pm ET

SUNDAY, OCTOBER 12 Jacksonville at Tennessee (-6), 1:00pm ET Baltimore at Tampa Bay (+3.5), 1:00pm ET Denver at NY Jets (+6), 1:00pm ET Detroit at Minnesota (+3), 1:00pm ET New England at Buffalo (pick'em), 1:00pm ET Carolina at Cincinnati (-7), 1:00pm ET Pittsburgh at Cleveland (-2), 1:00pm ET Green Bay at Miami (+3), 1:00pm ET San Diego at Oakland (+7), 4:05pm ET Chicago at Atlanta (-3), 4:25pm ET Dallas at Seattle (-8.5), 4:25pm ET Washington at Arizona (-4), 4:25pm ET NY Giants at Philadelphia (-3), 8:30pm ET

MONDAY, OCTOBER 13 San Francisco at St. Louis (+4), 8:30pm ET