NFL Week 1 games are finally here and this Sunday is going to be amazing. All the 32 teams are about to start their journey for the Super Bowl 2020 trophy. There is only one team which can lay points in double digits and that too at the home ground. NFL predictions says there will be only one field in at least five of the games.

Betting odds and spread picks have changed a lot in the last few days to the latest NFL trade deals. Players changing their teams or some of them coming back from holdout has impacted the match outcomes a lot. Here are the NFL predictions, betting odds and spread picks of all the 15 games after the recent trade deals.

Effect of NFL Trade Deals on Week 1

Effect of NFL Trade Deals on Week 1 Games

The biggest trade deal that happened was Ezekiel Elliott getting a contract extension from Dallas Cowboys. Jerry Jones finally agreed to the demands of Zeke and paid him $90 million for the next 6 years. Jadeveon Clowney was traded to the Seattle Seahawks and it has made them a stronger team. Laremy Tunsil has been brought in as a replacement and the Texans might not be the same after that.

Miami Dolphins have lost their only good player in the form of Tunsil and they can get worse than before. Melvin Gordon might not a deal and not even a chance to play in NFL 2019 season as the Chargers are angry over him. Antonio Brown after being suspended and so much drama was finally released and signed by the New England Patriots.

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Updated Betting Odds and Picks

Betting Odds for 16 Games

  • Atlanta Falcons (+4) at Minnesota Vikings
  • Los Angeles Rams (-2) at Carolina Panthers
  • Los Angeles Rams (-2) at Carolina Panthers
  • Kansas City Chiefs (-3.5) at Jacksonville Jaguars
  • Baltimore Ravens (-6.5) at Miami Dolphins
  • Buffalo Bills (+2.5) at New York Jets
  • Washington Redskins (+10) at Philadelphia Eagles
  • Indianapolis Colts (+6.5) at Los Angeles Chargers
  • Cincinnati Bengals (+9.5) at Seattle Seahawks
  • Detroit Lions (-2.5) at Arizona Cardinals
  • New York Giants (+7.5) at Dallas Cowboys
  • San Francisco 49ers (+1) at Tampa Bay Buccaneers
  • Pittsburgh Steelers (+5.5) at New England Patriots
  • Houston Texans (+7) at New Orleans Saints
  • Denver Broncos (-1) at Oakland Raiders

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