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NFL and College Opening Lines for Week of November 14, 2022

Written by:
Don Shapiro
Published on:
Nov/14/2022

Here are your early football odds for both college and the NFL courtesy of our friends at BetOnline:

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Thursday, Nov 17, 2022 - NFL Football

 

  • Tennessee Titans at Green Bay Packers (-2)      

Over/Under                                   41½                                                                   

                                                                                 

Sunday, Nov 20, 2022 - NFL Football

 

  • Carolina Panthers at Baltimore Ravens (-13)     

Over/Under                                   44

 

  • Philadelphia Eagles (-9½) at Indianapolis Colts                       

Over/Under                                   43½             

 

  • Cleveland at Buffalo Bills (-8½)

Over/Under                                   47½             

 

  • Washington Commanders (-2½) at Houston Texans                          

Over/Under                                   40½             

 

  • New York Jets at New England Patriots (-3½)    

Over/Under                                   39

 

  • Detroit Lions at New York Giants (-3½)             

Over/Under                                   46

 

  • Los Angeles Rams at New Orleans Saints (-2)                      

Over/Under                                   39½             

 

  • Chicago Bears at Atlanta Falcons (-2½)      

Over/Under                                   49             

 

  • Las Vegas Raiders at Denver Broncos (-2½)    

Over/Under                                   41½             

 

  • Dallas Cowboys (-2) at Minnesota Vikings

Over/Under                                   47             

 

  • Cincinnati Bengals (-5) at Pittsburgh Steelers                          

Over/Under                                   42½

 

  • Kansas City Chiefs (-6½) at Los Angeles Chargers         

Over/Under                                   50½             

                                                                                                                         

Monday, Nov 21, 2022 - NFL Football

             

  • San Francisco 49ers (-7½) at Arizona Cardinals                                     

Over/Under                                   43½

 

 

Tuesday, November 15, 2022

 

  • Bowling Green @ Toledo (-14½)

 

  • Ohio (-4) @ Ball State

 

Wednesday, November 16, 2022

 

  • Eastern Michigan @ Kent State (-7)

 

  • Miami (OH) @ Northern Illinois (-2½)

 

  • Western Michigan @ Central Michigan (-9)

 

Thursday, November 17, 2022

 

  • SMU @ Tulane (-2½)

 

Friday, November 18, 2022

 

  • South Florida @ Tulsa (-12)

 

  • San Diego State (-14) @ New Mexico

 

Saturday, November 19, 2022

 

  • Northwestern @ Purdue (-17½)

 

  • Navy @ UCF (-16½)

 

  • Illinois @ Michigan (-17)

 

  • TCU (-1½) @ Baylor

 

  • Louisiana @ Florida State (-24)

 

  • Indiana @ Michigan State (-13½)

 

  • UMass @ Texas A&M (-34½)

 

  • Florida  (-14½) @ Vanderbilt

 

  • UConn @ Army (-10½)

 

  • Virginia Tech @ Liberty (-9)

 

  • Wisconsin (-13) @ Nebraska

 

  • Duke @ Pittsburgh (-8)

 

  • UTSA (-12) @ Rice

 

  • Kansas State  (-6½) @ West Virginia

 

  • Washington State  (-4½) @ Arizona

 

  • Houston @ East Carolina (-6½)

 

  • Georgia State @ James Madison (-9½)

 

  • Oregon State (-6½) @ Arizona State

 

  • Boston College @ Notre Dame (-21)

 

  • Old Dominion @ Appalachian State (-14½)

 

  • Georgia  (-22½) @ Kentucky

 

  • Ohio State  (-27½) @ Maryland

 

  • Miami @ Clemson (-18½)

 

  • Penn State (-19) @ Rutgers

 

  • NC State @ Louisville (-5½)

 

  • Texas  (-9½) @ Kansas

 

  • Coastal Carolina @ Virginia (-4)

 

  • Akron @ Buffalo (-16½)

 

  • South Alabama (-6½) @ Southern Miss

 

  • UL Monroe @ Troy (-15½)

 

  • Louisiana Tech (-3) @ Charlotte

 

  • Florida Atlantic (-4) @ Middle Tennessee

 

  • Iowa @ Minnesota (-2½)

 

  • Cincinnati  (-18½) @ Temple

 

  • Florida International @ UTEP (-14½)

 

  • Western Kentucky @ Auburn (-7½)

 

  • Arkansas State @ Texas State (-4½)

 

  • Georgia Tech @ North Carolina (-20½)

 

  • Stanford @ California (-5½)

 

  • Marshall (-3) @ Georgia Southern

 

  • Tennessee (-21) @ South Carolina

 

  • Texas Tech @ Iowa State (-2½)

 

  • Boise State (-12½) @ Wyoming

 

  • Ole Miss (-3)@ Arkansas

 

  • New Mexico State @ Missouri (-28)

 

  • Oklahoma State @ Oklahoma (-7)

 

  • USC (-1½) @ UCLA

 

  • Syracuse @ Wake Forest (-10)

 

  • UAB @ LSU (-15)

 

  • Colorado @ Washington (-30)

 

  • Colorado State @ Air Force (-21)

 

  • San José State (-2½) @ Utah State

 

  • Utah @ Oregon (-3)

 

  • Fresno State (-21½) @ Nevada

 

  • UNLV (-8½) @ Hawai'i

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