2019 NFL Week 5 Odds, Overview & Predictions for Each Game.

2019 NFL Week 5 Odds, Overview & Predictions for Each Game

Written by on October 1, 2019

Maybe the Carolina Panthers don’t want former No. 1 overall pick Cam Newton back from injury after all? With Newton out injured, Kyle Allen completed 24 of 34 passes for 232 yards and zero interceptions in the Panthers’ 16-10 win at Houston. He joined Carson Wentz (2016) as the only quarterbacks in the Super Bowl era to go 3-0 with zero interceptions in their first three career starts. Newton will miss this week as well. Here’s a look at every game with latest NFL Week 5 odds.

2019 NFL Week 5 Odds, Overview & Predictions for Each Game

LA Rams at Seattle Seahawks

The Thursday night game. The Rams swept the Seahawks last year but both were very close. L.A. comes off a Sunday upset loss to Tampa Bay, while Seattle won in Arizona. Jared Goff completed 45-of-68 passes for 517 yards, two touchdowns, three interceptions and a lost fumble in L.A.’s loss. He became the 23rd QB in league history with a 500-yard game.

Pick: Rams.

Arizona Cardinals at Cincinnati Bengals

Short week for the Bengals as they were in Pittsburgh on Monday. Arizona remains winless. Larry Fitzgerald had 5 catches for 47 yards in the Cardinals’ Week 4 loss to Seattle. Fitzgerald, who has 1,326 career receptions, surpassed Pro Football Hall of Famer Tony Gonzalez (1,325 receptions) for the second-most receptions in NFL history. Only Pro Football Hall of Famer Jerry Rice (1,549) has more. NFL Week 5.

Pick: Bengals

Buffalo Bills at Tennessee Titans

Will the Bills have starting QB Josh Allen for this one? Allen remains in the concussion protocol and is questionable. The Bills They have a Week 6 bye, so it wouldn’t be surprising if Matt Barkley got the start this week in an effort to not rush Allen back before he’s ready.

Pick: Titans

Chicago Bears at Oakland Raiders

This one is in London and the Raiders are the home team. Chicago won’t have starting QB Mitchell Trubisky. An MRI on Trubisky’s shoulder Monday revealed a dislocated left shoulder and “slight” labrum tear. Trubisky reportedly doesn’t need surgery and will be back “sooner rather than later.” He’ll make the trip to London in Week 5, but with a bye week scheduled for the ensuing Sunday, he can be unofficially ruled out ahead of time. Chase Daniel will start.

Pick: Bears

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at New Orleans Saints

The Saints are 2-0 since Drew Brees was lost to thumb surgery. Meanwhile, Jameis Winston completed 28-of-41 passes for 385 yards, four touchdowns, and one interception in the Bucs’ 55-40, Week 4 win over the Rams. These teams split last year.

Pick: Saints

Minnesota Vikings at New York Giants

The Giants have won both games since inserting rookie QB Daniel Jones in the starting lineup. Will the Vikes have starting cornerback Mackensie Alexander? He has missed the past two with an elbow injury.

Pick: Vikings

NY Jets at Philadelphia Phillies

The Jets are off their bye and hope to have starting QB Sam Darnold back from a bout with mono. Darnold has been cleared for non-contact drills but isn’t as far along as the Jets were hoping he’d be after the bye week as the second-year QB has yet to resume throwing, running or lifting weights since his mono diagnosis three weeks ago.

Pick: Jets

Baltimore Ravens at Pittsburgh Steelers

Short week for the Steelers as they hosted the Bengals on Monday. Baltimore looked great the first two weeks but its defense has been gashed in back-to-back losses. These teams split last year.

Pick: Ravens

New England Patriots at Washington Redskins

This is reportedly the biggest Washington has ever been of a home underdog. Who starts at quarterback? Probably won’t be Skins rookie Dwayne Haskins after he struggled in his NFL debut this past Sunday. Might be Colt McCoy.

Pick: Redskins

Jacksonville at Carolina

Carolina’s Christian McCaffrey has joined Pro Football Hall of Famer Jim Brown (1963) as the only players in league annals with three games of at least 175 scrimmage yards and one touchdown in their team’s first four games of a season.

Pick: Panthers

The Panthers are favorites for NFL Week 5 against the Jaguars.

Atlanta Falcons at Houston Texans

Both these clubs were upset at home in Week 4. Atlanta wide receiver Julio Jones had four catches for 52 yards in his 115th career game in the Falcons’ 4 loss. Jones, who now has 11,048 career receiving yards, surpassed Calvin Johnson (127 games) to become the fastest player in NFL history to reach 11,000 career receiving yards.

Pick: Texans

Denver Broncos at LA Chargers

The Broncos are winless and have lost excellent second-year linebacker Bradley Chubb to a season-ending torn ACL. Chubb notched 12 sacks in his breakout rookie campaign and was on pace for career-high marks in tackles and quarterback hits before this injury.

Pick: Chargers

Green Bay Packers at Dallas Cowboys

Matchup of division leaders. Dallas will be without Pro Bowl left tackle Tyron Smith in this one. He’s dealing with a sprained ankle. The Cowboys previously have struggled to function as a top-tier offense without their stud LT. This was most notable in 2017, when the Cowboys scored seven, nine, 12 and six points in four games that Smith played a combined three snaps in.

Pick: Cowboys

Indianapolis Colts at Kansas City Chiefs

These teams met in the Divisional Round of last year’s playoffs and the Chiefs won rather easily. Turned out to be Andrew Luck’s last game in the NFL. Colts may again be without top WR TY Hilton this week due to a quad injury.

Pick: Colts

Cleveland Browns at San Francisco 49ers

The Monday night game. The Niners come out of their bye unbeaten, while the Browns are 2-2 following Sunday’s impressive win over Baltimore. Cleveland WR Antonio Callaway has been reinstated from his four-game suspension.

Pick: Niners


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