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Lines & Odds for the next Sunday Night Football Game
Every long NFL Sunday is capped off with a prime-time game at night. Sunday Night Football (SNF) games often include great matchups of competitive teams.
But who should you bet on for Sunday Night Football? To help out, we track our Sunday Night Football betting picks in this guide for every week of the NFL season.
Be sure to check out our full Sunday Night Football betting picks & previews guides for our full analyses and all SNF picks.
2022 SNF Picks Record
4-5-0 (–1.36 units)
Past SNF Picks Articles
Sunday Night Football Week 4 – Chiefs @ Buccaneers
By Isaac Goodwin
Moneyline Pick: BUCCANEERS at PointsBet
Despite the loss of Tyreek Hill, Patrick Mahomes has been stellar as he is putting up career numbers to start the season (67.9% completion rate, 112.9 passer rating). The Chiefs pass defense is a weakness once again but with TB plagued by injuries it might not be a huge issue.
The Bucs are still trying to find its offensive identity and might be without Julio Jones (knee) and Chris Godwin (hamstring) once again. The offensive line is the biggest issue for TB as protecting Brady and the running game have been tumultuous.
The Buccaneers boast the 25th-ranked rushing offense (86.1 ypg) and rank close to last, averaging just 3.4 yards per carry but Brady is the GOAT and has managed the offense well.
Look for a close, low-scoring affair Sunday night as both offenses struggle to move the ball—with KC securing the dub.
Total Pick: UNDER 45.5 at BetMGM
While all but one matchup (SB LV) between Brady and Mahomes has gone over this total, don’t expect the same in this contest. The Chiefs are scoring 29.3 ppg but didn’t look great against a good Chargers defensive front and was a mess last week against the Colts.
The Buccaneers boast one of the league's best defenses and I expect them to have another solid game. There is just a lack of trust in the offense—even with Brady at the helm—because of the injuries at
Prop Bet: Tom Brady – Under 265.5 passing yards -125 at FanDuel
Tom Brady surpassed this mark for the first time last week throwing for 270 yards in a 14-12 loss to Green Bay. In the previous two games, he threw for 212 and 190 against the Cowboys and Saints.
The KC secondary is fragile but with Leonard Fournette running well and limited weapons on the outside, look for Brady to be held under 266 passing yards here.
Sunday Night Football Week 3 – 49ers @ Broncos
By Rob O'Connor
Total Pick: UNDER 45 at FanDuel
The 49ers have been an under team recently, especially on the road where 9 of their last 13 games have seen the under cash. The 49ers are 2-0 to the under to start the 2022 season.
The Broncos have also been trending to the under. They were 12-5 to the under last season and both of their games this season have gone under. They are 7-3 to the under in their last 10 home games.
Given the Broncos' struggles on offense in the red zone and the 49ers' focus on the run as they get Garoppolo back up to speed, this game has all the makings of a low-scoring affair.
Spread Pick: 49ERS –1.5 at PointsBet
In a competitive game between two teams, 49ers head coach Kyle Shanahan is clearly an asset, while Hackett has not proven himself yet for the Broncos.
Given the upgrade at QB and the fact that the 49ers look more in sync as a team early in the year expect them to get the win a close game.
Prop Bet: Jeff Wilson Jr over 55.5 rushing yards (-115) at BetMGM
With Garoppolo getting his first start since off-season shoulder surgery, don’t expect the 49ers to ask too much of him. Look for them to focus on the same formula as last week: run heavy.
Jeff Wilson Jr. had 18 carries for 84 yards last week and another similar performance should be in the cards in Week 3. The Broncos have allowed the opposing teams' top backs to hit at least 60 yards in the first two games of the year. Look for more of the same, especially with Wilson’s backup Ty Davis-Price out with an ankle injury.
Sunday Night Football Week 2 – Bears @ Packers Picks
By Isaac Goodwin
Spread Pick: Packers -10
The Packers should move the ball well and force Fields into a turnover or two. Green Bay covering seems like the move as Rodgers has owned Chicago and Matt LaFleur is arguably the GOAT coming off a loss. Take the points on Green Bay.
Total Pick: OVER 41.5
Look for a higher-scoring game Sunday night. The Bears have scored 27.5 points per game in their last two games at Lambeau, including last season’s 45-30 shootout win for the Packers.
Prop Pick: QB Justin Fields OVER 35.5 Rushing Yards
This is arguably the prop lock-of-the-week as Fields recorded 35+ rush yards in 6-of-7 starts to end last season. He recorded 43 and 74 rushing yards in two starts against Green Bay in that stretch. Look for him to run 10+ times this week and easily surpass 35.5 in a high-scoring affair.
Sunday Night Football Week 1 – Buccaneers @ Cowboys Picks
By Rob O'Connor
THE PICK: UNDER 50.5 points
With the total sitting at 50.5 play the Under. Both offenses have a lot of injuries and question marks which should lead to a lot of opening night struggles to score.
PROP PICK 1: Tom Brady over 0.5 Rushing Yards (-110) at BetMGM Sportsbook
With a lack of offensive line protection given all the injuries, Brady will be under pressure all night. At some point, he will likely find a few positive yards on the ground as he is scrambling away from pressure.
PROP PICK 2: Tony Pollard over 51.5 Rushing/Receiving Yards (-110) at BetMGM Sportsbook
Given the number of opportunities, Pollard should have to touch the ball during the game, going over 51.5 total combined yards is not a big ask.
NFL Sunday Night Football Schedule 2022
|1||Sept. 11||Buccaneers||Cowboys||8:20 p.m.|
|2||Sept. 18||Bears||Packers||8:20 p.m.|
|3||Sept. 25||49ers||Broncos||8:20 p.m.|
|4||Oct. 2||Chiefs||Buccaneers||8:20 p.m.|
|5||Oct. 9||Bengals||Ravens||8:20 p.m.|
|6||Oct. 16||Cowboys||Eagles||8:20 p.m.|
|7||Oct. 23||Steelers||Dolphins||8:20 p.m.|
|8||Oct. 30||Packers||Bills||8:20 p.m.|
|9||Nov. 6||Titans||Chiefs||8:20 p.m.|
|10||Nov. 13||Chargers||49ers||8:20 p.m.|
|11||Nov. 20||Bengals||Steelers||8:20 p.m.|
|12||Nov. 27||Packers||Eagles||8:20 p.m.|
|13||Dec. 4||Colts||Cowboys||8:20 p.m.|
|14||Dec. 11||Chiefs||Broncos||8:20 p.m.|
|15||Dec. 18||Patriots||Raiders||8:20 p.m.|
|16||Dec. 25||Buccaneers||Cardinals||8:20 p.m.|
|17||Jan. 1||Rams||Chargers||8:20 p.m.|