Three teams are 8-0 entering Week 10, marking the first time that’s happened in NFL history. Even though two of the unbeaten teams are on the road, they are all favored to improve to 9-0.

The New England Patriots visit the New York Giants in a rematch of Super Bowl XLII and Super Bowl XLVI. The Giants won both of those games, but Tom Brady and Co. haven’t lost all season, making them seven-point favorites. It’s the first time since Week 2 that New England isn’t favored by more than a touchdown. The over/under of 55 points is the largest on the Week 10 schedule.

The Carolina Panthers continue to prove their doubters wrong, beating the Green Bay Packers as home underdogs in Week 9. In Week 10, the Panthers are giving the Titans 4.5 points in their visit to Tennessee. The Titans won last week for the first time since the season opener.

On Monday night, the Cincinnati Bengals try to close out the Week 10 schedule by remaining perfect. They are 10.5-point favorites over the Houston Texans, who are 0-2 against teams with winning records.

No team is favored by more than the Packers, even though Green Bay has lost two consecutive games. The Packers are giving the visiting Detroit Lions 11.5 points. The Lions are the only NFL team with just one win.

“Sunday Night Football” features what is probably the most important game on the schedule. If the Arizona Cardinals can upset the Seattle Seahawks, they could essentially eliminate the defending NFC champs from contention in the NFC West.

The game between the New Orleans Saints and Washington Redskins features the smallest point spread of the week. Kansas City vs. Denver features the smallest over/under.

Below are the complete betting lines for all the Week 10 games, including the point spreads and totals. These are the consensus odds from multiple sportsbooks in Las Vegas, via

Buffalo Bills (+2.5) at New York Jets, 43

Detroit Lions (+11.5) at Green Bay Packers, 48

Dallas Cowboys (+1.5) at Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 43

Carolina Panthers (-4.5) at Tennessee Titans, 43

Chicago Bears (+8) at St. Louis Rams, 42.5

New Orleans Saints (-1.5) at Washington Redskins, 50.5

Miami Dolphins (+6.5) at Philadelphia Eagles, 47

Cleveland Browns (+4.5) at Pittsburgh Steelers, 41

Jacksonville Jaguars (+5.5) at Baltimore Ravens, 48

Minnesota Vikings (+3) at Oakland Raiders, 42.5

Kansas City Chiefs (+6.5) at Denver Broncos, 42

New England Patriots (-7) at New York Giants, 55

Arizona Cardinals (+3) at Seattle Seahawks, 45

Houston Texans (+10.5) at Cincinnati Bengals, 47