Predictions for NFL Odds, Pix, Week 1, 2020: Advance Computer Model Byers, Loves 49ers

The Chiefs opened their season with a 34–20 win over Texas on Thursday night football after the 2020 NFL schedule continued on Sunday. Rance is seen as the most serious threat to Kansas City domination in the AFC after a 14-season season in which Lamar Jackson won the MVP and would make his season debut against the Browns. The Ravens are one of the biggest favorites of the week, as they are receiving the Browns 7.5 points in the latest Week 1 NFL odds from William Hill.

Meanwhile, the Patriots will look to turn in a new leaf, when Tom Brady departs for the Buccaneers and Cam Newton is signed to the Panthers. The current Week 1 NFL spread lists the Patriots as a seven-point favorite against the Dolphins. All of the Week 1 NFL lines are listed below, and SportsLine’s advanced computer model has all the NFL betting advice and predictions you need to make the best Week 1 NFL pics now.

The Sportsline projection model emulates every NFL game 10,000 times and has over $ 7,000 for $ 100 players on its top rated NFL picks and was founded five years ago.

It enters the 2020 NFL season on an incredible 96–65 roll on the top-rated NFL picks in the 2017 season. The model ranked in the top 10 on NFL Picks in three of the last four years on NFLPickWatch and beat more than 95 percent of the CBS Sports Office pool players during that period. Anyone who has followed it is up.

Now, it has examined the latest Week 1 NFL odds and lines, imitating every picture, and its predictions are prominent.

Top NFL Predictions for Week 1

One of the top 1 Week 1 NFL Predictions models recommended: Bears (+2.5) cover with room to spare on the road against the Lions. The line opened at Detroit-1.5, but has risen 1.5 points since creating even more value in Chicago.

The Bears struggled aggressively, but finished fourth in the league in defense in 2019 (18.6). Chicago is also 5-2-1 against the spread in their last eight meetings against Detroit and 9-4 against the spread vs. NFC North foes. SportsLine’s model says Chicago is involved in more than 50 percent of simulations, while Eggers (42) also has considerable value as it hits more than 60 percent.

Another of the Week 1 NFL picks from the model: 49in (-7) covers as a home favorite against the Cardinals. Kyler Murray and the Cardinals look set to take a step forward in year two under Cliff Kingsbury, while DeAndre Hopkins’ offseason edition certainly adds to the wooing. However, the 49th defense is very strong and San Francisco’s fast attack is a perfect compliment.

499 ranked second in total defense in 2019 in NFL and first against. He allowed just 4.8 net yards per pass thanks to the top defensive front in the league and an experienced and capable secondary led by Richard Sherman.

Sportsline’s model predicts that Murray was sacked four times and the 49ers forced two turnovers. San Francisco comprises more than 50 percent of simulations, while Egger (48) also hits more than half.

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The model also has a strong pick with the Buccaneers against Tom Brady’s Saints, and is calling for an upset Super Bowl contender to go down this week. You can get every pick for every sport on SportsLine only.

What can you do with confidence in week 1? And which Super Bowl contender barely goes down? Check out the latest NFL odds below and then go to SportsLine to see if NFL teams are winning more than 50 percent of the simulations, all from a model that is on NFL pics worth over $ 7,000.

Nfl odds, matchup for week 1

Miami Dolphins at New England Patriots (-7, 41.5)
Cleveland Browns (-7.5, 48) at Baltimore Rance
New York Jets at Buffalo Bills (-6.5, 39.5)
Las Vegas Raiders at Carolina Panthers (+3, 47.5)
Seattle Seahawks at Atlanta Falcons (+2.5, 49)
Philadelphia Eagles (+5.5, 42) at Washington Redskins
Chicago Bears at Detroit Lions (-2.5, 42)
Indianapolis Colts at Jacksonville Jaguars (+8, 45)
Green Bay Packers at Minnesota Vikings (-2.5, 44.5)
Los Angeles Chargers at Cincinnati Bengals (+3, 41.5)
Arizona Cardinals in San Francisco 49ers (-7, 48)
Tampa Bay Buccaneers in New Orleans Saints (-3.5, 47.5)
Dallas Cowboys at Los Angeles Rams (+2, 51.5)
Pittsburgh Steelers at New York Giants (+6, 46)
Tennessee Titans at Denver Broncos (+3, 41)