After a pair of underdogs pulled off upsets in Week 2, there are only two point spreads of less than a field goal on the upcoming schedule. Seven teams are favored by at least six points. Just three teams are favored on the road.

Here are picks against the spread for every game in Week 3, as well as the latest betting odds. Betting lines and trends are courtesy of OddsShark.

Miami Dolphins (+3) at Jacksonville Jaguars

Gardner Minshew might be the second-best quarterback in the 2019 class, completing over 75% of his passes through two weeks. After scoring at least 27 points each of the first two games, Jacksonville should have some more success on offense. This could be a surprisingly fun game to kick off Week 3.

Prediction ATS: Jacksonville

Tennessee Titans (-2.5) at Minnesota Vikings

Minnesota might be headed for a very long season. Losing Stefon Diggs has clearly hurt the offense, and the absence of several veteran starters has killed the Vikings’ defense. Ryan Tannehill’s play hasn’t dropped off much from a season ago when he was among the best quarterbacks in the NFL.

Prediction ATS: Tennessee

Las Vegas Raiders (+6) at New England Patriots

With Cam Newton playing like he did as a Pro-Bowl quarterback in Carolina, New England is still one of the AFC’s best teams. Derek Carr has struggled in a pair of matchups with Bill Belichick’s defense. Even without fans, the Patriots will be very difficult to beat at home.

Prediction ATS: New England

Chicago Bears (+3.5) at Atlanta Falcons

Chicago had the NFL’s most improbable victory in Week 1, and Atlanta’s Week 2 loss was one of the most unlikely defeats the league will ever see. Maybe luck will be on the Falcons’ side in Week 3. Atlanta ranks fourth in total offense, and the defense should perform much better without Russell Wilson or Dak Prescott on the other side of the field.

Prediction ATS: Atlanta

Cincinnati Bengals (+5.5) at Philadelphia Eagles

Carson Wentz is too good to continue playing like one of the worst quarterbacks in football. Cincinnati’s defense can be what gets him back on track. Behind one of the league’s worst offensive lines, Joe Burrow might be under constant attack against an Eagles’ defense that can still rush the passer effectively.

Prediction ATS: Philadelphia

San Francisco 49ers (-4) at New York Giants

San Francisco is more banged up than any other team, dealing with injuries to Jimmy Garoppolo, Nick Bosa, Dee Ford and Richard Sherman. Daniel Jones might be able to avoid a costly turnover this week against a defense that’s missing it’s top two pass rushers and No.1 cornerback. The Giants showed some fight in Week 2 by nearly completing a comeback against the Bears, and they are 4-2 against the spread in their last six games.

Prediction ATS: New York

Houston Texans (+4) at Pittsburgh Steelers

The Giants and Broncos played the Steelers close, so the Texans can do the same. Deshaun Watson is due for a big-time performance after losing to the NFL’s two best teams. Pittsburgh’s offense has only been average so far.

Prediction ATS: Houston

Washington Football Team (+7) at Cleveland Browns

One of the NFL’s best pass rushes could make Washington surprisingly competitive in 2020. Cleveland hasn’t earned the right to be touchdown favorites. Dwayne Haskins could have his best game of the season against a defense that’s given up at least 30 points in both games. The Browns are 0-5 against the spread in their last five games.

Prediction ATS: Washington

Los Angeles Rams (+2.5) at Buffalo Bills

With an improved offensive line and Jared Goff playing well, the Rams might be back to their 2018 form when they reached the Super Bowl. Josh Allen could be headed to his first Pro Bowl, but he’s gotten away with some mistakes against bad teams. The Rams can make him pay for those transgressions Sunday.

Prediction ATS: Los Angeles

Carolina Panthers (+6.5) at Los Angeles Chargers

Justin Herbert made the Chargers look like a playoff contender in his NFL debut. When Los Angeles has high expectations, that usually means it's time to fade them. LA is one of five teams that haven’t scored more than 20 points in a game.

Prediction ATS: Carolina

New York Jets (+11) at Indianapolis Colts

The Colts lost as a heavy underdog in the season opener. That’s not to say New York will pull off the upset, but don’t be surprised if a few interceptions by Philip Rivers make this game closer than it should be.

Prediction ATS: New York

Detroit Lions (+6) at Arizona Cardinals

The Cardinals might not be quite as good as their perfect record straight up and against the spread suggests. Arizona is 18th in opponents’ yards per play and 21st in yards per play. Matthew Stafford and the Lions’ offense will play better than they have shown this season.

Prediction ATS: Detroit

Dallas Cowboys (+5) at Seattle Seahawks

Dallas’ offense is too good and Seattle’s defense has played too poorly for the Cowboys to be getting this many points in an empty stadium. The team that has the ball last might be the winner. Dallas ranks ahead of Seattle in net yards per play.

Prediction ATS: Dallas

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (-6) at Denver Broncos

The Broncos are not good enough to survive injuries to their top quarterback, wide receiver, cornerback and pass rusher. This could be the week Tom Brady and the Bucs’ offense finally put it all together. Jeff Driskel is arguably the worst signal caller that’s set to start in Week 3. Tampa Bay’s defense is ninth in opponents’ yards per play.

Prediction ATS: Tampa Bay

Green Bay Packers (+3.5) at New Orleans Saints

It’s difficult to bet against the Packers as underdogs of a field goal, considering how well they’ve played. Green Bay has the NFC’s best point differential, and Aaron Rodgers looks like his old MVP self. Drew Brees appeared to be showing his age when the Saints lost in Las Vegas Monday night.

Prediction ATS: Green Bay

Kansas City Chiefs (+3.5) at Baltimore Ravens

Baltimore is just as unstoppable as it was in the 2019 season. The only team that ranks in the top-five in both yards per play and opponents’ yards per play, the Ravens are on a 14-game regular-season win streak with an 18.8-point average margin of victory. Patrick Mahomes and the Chiefs aren’t running on all cylinders just yet.

Prediction ATS: Baltimore

Season Record: 14-17-1

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Dak Prescott #4 of the Dallas Cowboys throws a pass during the second half against the Los Angeles Rams at SoFi Stadium on September 13, 2020 in Inglewood, California. Kevork Djansezian/Getty Images