Buccaneers tight end Rob Gronkowski (ribs) won’t play in Thursday’s game against the Eagles.
TUESDAY SNAPSHOT: The Titans bounced back from their embarrassing loss to the Jets to get a pretty easy W on the road in Jacksonville. Still, the market was impressed enough with the Bills to move the Titans from +3.5 on the look-ahead to +5.5 on DraftKings Sportsbook. They smacked the Bills here last year, 42-16.
TUESDAY SNAPSHOT: The Bills pummeled their AFC rival Chiefs on Sunday night and the market responded. Originally at -3.5 for the road game against Tennessee on Monday night, the Bills now find themselves -5.5 at DraftKings Sportsbook, although they can be found as low as -4.5 on FanDuel Sportsbook.
The Dolphins activated quarterback Tua Tagovailoa (broken ribs) off injured reserve.
Tagovailoa was banged up in Miami’s Week 2 loss to the Bills, and he’ll be eligible for Sunday’s game against the Jaguars in London. The Dolphins are 3.5-point road favorites.
TUESDAY SNAPSHOT: What looked like a tough home game — they were +3 underdogs on the look-ahead — has become much more palatable now that Russell Wilson is out and Geno Smith helms the Seattle offense. The line is now -4.5 for the Steelers with DraftKings Sportsbook inching it up to -5.
TUESDAY SNAPSHOT: How much is Russell Wilson worth to the spread? Assuming everything else static — obviously not reasonable, but for comparison’s sake assume it — the market says about 7.5 points. That’s the move for Week 6 as Geno Smith takes the offense over for the road game in Pittsburgh. The Seahawks moved from -3 to +4.5, with DraftKings Sportsbook even hanging +5.
Cardinals defensive end Chandler Jones was placed on the reserve/COVID list on Tuesday.
TUESDAY SNAPSHOT: After an impressive near-win against the Bucs, the Patriots looked out of sorts and sluggish on the road against Houston. They barely won after closing as -7.5 favorites, and the market responded by shifting the line for the home game against Dallas from +1 all the way to +4.
TUESDAY SNAPSHOT: One of the bigger moves from the look-ahead markets came with the Cowboys moving from -1 at New England all the way to -4. A couple of things converge here. For one, the Cowboys continue to crush, beating the market expectation in every game this season. Second, the Patriots almost laid a massive egg, barely escaping as big favorites on the road against Houston.
Lions wide receiver Quintez Cephus (broken collarbone) was placed on injured reserve on Tuesday.
TUESDAY SNAPSHOT: The Broncos return to the friendly confines of Mile High for a key divisional game between upstarts as the Raiders come to town. The Raiders appear to be in a slump and are experiencing disarray in the locker room with Coach Jon Gruden unceremoniously pushed out the door. The Broncos catch them at a nice time and the -4 line has come up after they were only -2.5 in the look-aheads.
Ravens left guard Ben Cleveland (knee) was placed on injured reserve on Tuesday.
TUESDAY SNAPSHOT: Las Vegas beat market expectations in a couple of high-profile early upsets, but has this team come back to Earth? Another anemic offensive performance — they scored 9 points and got just 4.3 YPP — has them moving from +2.5 at Denver in the look-aheads to +4 now. That comes despite the Broncos having their second-straight rough offensive performance.