NFL Betting: Week 9 Recap of the 2020 Season
Week 9 of NFL action saw some very exciting games with some decided at the horn. Let’s recap the games from Week 9 so you can bet on their NFL odds for the upcoming week of play.
2020 NFL Season Weekly Rundown | Nov. 11th Edition
Green Bay – 34 San Francisco – 17
Aaron Rodgers and his group of receivers took it to the injury-ravaged San Francisco 49ers on Thursday night. The struggling Niners were without many starters, and they just couldn’t get anything going against a superior Green Bay club.
Houston Texans – 27 Jacksonville Jaguars – 25
Even though Jake Luton threw for over 300 yards in his NFL debut, the Jaguars’ porous defense couldn’t stop Deshaun Watson and the Texans offense. JJ Watt got his 100th career sack in the Texans victory.
New York Giants – 23 Washington Football Team – 20
Daniel Jones took care of the football and upped his record against Washington to 4-0. The Giants were the better of two bad football teams on this day.
Minnesota Vikings – 34 Detroit Lions – 20
Dalvin Cook was a monster once again, as he rushed for 206 yards with two touchdowns. The Lions lost Matthew Stafford due to concussion issues. Matt Patricia’s seat keeps getting hotter in Detroit.
Kansas City Chiefs – 33 Carolina Panthers – 31
Patrick Mahomes threw for 372 yards and four touchdowns in this shootout. Christian McCaffrey looked good in his return but unfortunately got hurt again and his status for this week’s game is uncertain.
Baltimore Ravens – 24 Indianapolis Colts – 10
The Colts did a great job of holding Lamar Jackson down, as he threw for only 170 yards and had one rushing touchdown. However, the Ravens defense played even better than Indianapolis’ and held the Colts to just 10 points. Phillip Rivers hasn’t been the player that the Colts thought they were getting when they signed him as a free agent.
Tennessee Titans – 24 Chicago Bears – 17
Ryan Tannehill threw for two touchdown passes against the vaunted Bears defense. The Bears held Derrick Henry under 70 yards rushing. The Bears offense had another horrible day. They gained over 300 yards but went 2-15 on 3rd down conversions. Unless their offense makes some strides, the Bears will continue on their downward spiral.
Buffalo Bills – 44 Seattle Seahawks – 34
Josh Allen had a field day with the Seattle defense, as he threw for 415 yards with three touchdown passes. Rusell Wilson and DK Metcalf had a great day on the offensive side of the ball for Seattle, but they couldn’t overcome the Seahawks porous defense.
Atlanta Falcons – 34 Denver Broncos – 27
Matt Ryan and the Falcons held off a 21-point 4th quarter rally from the Denver Broncos to gain a much-needed victory. Julio Jones once again had a stellar game for the Falcons. Now that he’s healthy, he’s putting up some great numbers.
Pittsburgh Steelers – 24 Dallas Cowboys – 19
The Steelers needed a late rally to beat the Cowboys. Pittsburgh stayed undefeated and are the lone undefeated squad in the NFL.
Miami Dolphins – 34 Arizona Cardinals – 31
Tua Tagovailoa picked up his second career victory as he outdueled Kyler Murray. The two teams combined for over 600 yards of offense in this one.
Las Vegas Raiders – 31 Los Angeles Chargers – 26
The Chargers had a shot at winning it on the last play of the game, but the ball wouldn’t stick in Donald Parham’s hands in the endzone.
New Orleans Saints – 38 Tampa Bay Buccaneers – 3
Drew Brees and the Saints offense embarrassed Tom Brady and the Bucs.
New England Patriots – 30 New York Jets – 27
The Patriots came from behind to send the Jets to a 0-9 start.