Week 5 Odds
Tom Brady’s suspension is set to end on Week 5, which means that the New England Patriots will have their starting quarterback back on track when they travel to Cleveland to square off against the Browns. At first sight this may look like an easy game for Brady and Co., but the last time New England came out victorious from Cleveland was back in 2004. The game also marks the first time these two teams face each other since the 2010 season when the Patriots lost 34-14.
The Pittsburgh Steelers, who recently announced that they will wear their 1934 “bumblebee” uniforms on Week 5, will return to Heinz Field to host the New York Jets in one of the hottest games in this week’s schedule. There are a few other games worth watching, including the two prime time games set for Sunday and Monday Night. First, the Atlanta Falcons pay a visit to the Denver Broncos in a game with no clear favorites in the NFL Odds. Then Super Bowl winning QB Eli Manning and the NY Giants will get ready to take a trip to the frozen tundra to face the Green Bay Packers in Sunday Night Football. The last match of the week also brings a great opportunity for all NFL betting fans. The game seems like an easy task for Cam Newton’s offensive as the Carolina Panthers host the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in Week 5’s Monday Night game.