NFL Week 9 2023: Predictions, picks, odds and schedule of games

Week 9 of the NFL 2023 continues with the great season that there is in this edition, where absolutely every team can surprise and lose or gain positions, plus there is no undefeated at this point.

The best team in the entire league is the Philadelphia Eagles alone, who have a 7-1 record after the Chiefs lost to the Broncos and left their record at 6-2, but continuing in a strong fight for the title, as we already told you in La Verdad Noticias.

The entire day will open on Thursday, November 2 with a Thursday Night Football that will face the Titans vs Steelers, in the first game in “Prime Time” for Will Levis, the rookie QB who seems to have won Ryan Tannehill’s place.

NFL Week 9 Fixtures and Schedule

For this intense NFL week, there are several important games, not counting the four resting teams: Denver Broncos, Jacksonville Jaguars, San Francisco 49ers and Detroit Lions.

Thursday, November 2:

Titans vs Steelers: 6:15 p.m.
Sunday, November 5

Delfines vs Chiefs. 08:30 horas
Rams vs Packers. 12:00 horas
Vikings vs Falcons. 12:00 horas
Seahawks vs Ravens. 12:00 horas
Cardinals vs Browns. 12:00 horas
Buccaneers vs Texans. 12:00 horas
Comandantes vs Patriotas. 12:00 horas
Osos vs Santos. 12:00 horas
Colts vs Panthers. 15:05 horas
Giants vs Raiders. 15:25 horas
Cowboys vs Eagles. 15:25 horas
Bills vs Bengals. 19:20 horas

Monday, November 6

Chargers vs Jets. 7:15 p.m.

Where to watch Week 9 of the NFL?

NFL Week 9 games are broadcast on ESPN, Fox Sports, TUDN and DAZN in Mexico.

Top Week 9 NFL picks

After simulating every game 10,000 times, the model is high on the New England Patriots (-3) to cover at home against the Washington Commanders. New England was unable to make it two straight wins against the top teams in the AFC East last week, losing to Miami in a road tilt. The Patriots were impressive two weeks ago, though, pulling off an outright upset against Buffalo as 7.5-point home underdogs.

Quarterback Mac Jones completed 25 of 30 passes for 272 yards and two touchdowns in that game and head coach Bill Belichick became the third coach in NFL history with 300 regular-season wins. Washington has lost five of its last six games, with four of those setbacks coming by at least one touchdown. The Commanders have struggled against teams from this division, failing to cover the spread in six straight games against AFC East opponents. See which other NFL parlay picks to make here.

How to make Week 9 NFL parlays

The model also jumped on four other NFL matchups where it says the line is way off, including backing several favorites that win with plenty of points to spare. You can only see the model’s NFL Week 9 best bets and parlay at SportsLine.

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