Joe Duffy, Grandmaster Sports Handicapper Joe Duffy, CEO of OffshoreInsiders.com says Wentz will return as soon as the Eagles lose a game. He does not think they win the first four games, hence weeks 2-4 at +450 is the best at BetDSI
Oddsmakers continue to adjust their NFL over/under, or game total, projections as the league implements more rules that cater to the offense. The Week 1 totals reflect that fact in historic fashion.
Currently for Week 1, there is not one game total under 40 points. This will mark the first time in NFL history that at least one game during the first week of the regular season did not feature an over/under in the 30s.
Additionally, with the current numbers at BetDSI at this release time, the average over/under for Week 1 is 45.81.
If that number holds, it will mark the highest totals average for Week 1 in league history. The second-highest was last year at 45.67 points. You can find a list of Week 1 averages dating back to 2002 in this article.
The lowest total on this week’s board is the Buffalo Bills at Baltimore Ravens matchup at 40.5 (already dropped from opener of 42.5). The highest over/under this week is the Houston Texans at New England Patriots game (51).
Here are current Week 1 odds, via BetDSI
Thursday, Sept. 6
Atlanta (PK, 44.5) at Philadelphia
Sunday, Sept. 9
Pittsburgh (-4, 44) at Cleveland
San Francisco (+6.5, 46) at Minnesota
Cincinnati (+2.5, 48.5) at Indianapolis
Buffalo (+7.5, 40.5) at Baltimore
Jacksonville (-3, 43.5) at NY Giants
Tampa Bay (+9.5, 49.5) at New Orleans
Houston (+6, 51) at New England
Tennessee (-1, 45) at Miami
Kansas City (+3.5, 48) at L.A. Chargers
Seattle (+3, 42.5) at Denver
Dallas (+3, 42.5) at Carolina
Washington (+1, 44.5) at Arizona
Chicago (+7.5, 48) at Green Bay
Monday, Sept. 10
NY Jets (+6.5, 45.5) at Detroit
L.A. Rams (-4, 49.5) at Oakland