Favorites and underdogs have won an equal number of games against the spread through the first two weeks of the 2022 NFL season. More than two-thirds of the games on the Week 3 schedule feature a point spread of a field goal or more.

Here are picks against the spread for every game in Week 3 and updated betting odds from FanDuel and DraftKings Sportsbook.

Pittsburgh Steelers (+5.5) at Cleveland Browns

The line has moved two points in favor of Cleveland since the odds opened at the end of Week 2. It's a big number for the Browns to lay with Jacoby Brissett at quarterback against an AFC North rival. Both teams have played a pair of games that have been decided by three points or less. A late field goal could decide Thursday's divisional matchup.

Prediction ATS: Pittsburgh

Baltimore Ravens (-3) at New England Patriots

Lamar Jackson is back to playing like an MVP candidate. Baltimore's quarterback has a 120.1 passer rating and 667 total yards. New England hasn't scored more than 17 points in a game, and their offensive struggles could continue all year long. Jackson has a 102.4 passer rating and 116 rushing yards in two career games against the Patriots.

Prediction ATS: Baltimore

Buffalo Bills (-5.5) at Miami Dolphins

Buffalo should probably be favored by at least a touchdown against most of the league, no matter where the game is played. The Bills have been as dominant as can be, outscoring the Super Bowl champs and the reigning No. 1 seed in the AFC by a combined score of 72-17. If Miami falls behind Buffalo the way it did against Baltimore in Week 2, the Dolphins won't be able to mount a comeback.

Prediction ATS: Buffalo

New Orleans Saints (-3) at Carolina Panthers

If their 20-10 loss against the Bucs was any indication, the Saints are in trouble. Jameis Winston was picked off three times in his worst game with New Orleans. Considering Winston is reportedly dealing with four fractures in his back, the quarterback could be hampered for several weeks. The Panthers have lost two games by five total points.

Prediction ATS: Carolina

Detroit Lions (+6) at Minnesota Vikings

The Lions have lived up to the preseason hype, looking like a team that will be a tough out all season long. Detroit beat Minnesota at home in 2021 and only lost on the road against the Vikings because of a last-second, 54-yard field goal. The Lions are 2-0 against the spread and rank second in points scored.

Prediction ATS: Detroit

Kansas City Chiefs (-6.5) at Indianapolis Colts

If the Colts couldn't beat the Texans or the Jaguars, they might have trouble even competing with the Chiefs. Matt Ryan looks well past his prime with four interceptions and seven sacks. Kansas City's offense remains one of the NFL's best. Patrick Mahomes has a league-high 127.9 passer rating. Andy Reid is unlikely to lose against a far inferior opponent with 10 days to prepare.

Prediction ATS: Kansas City

Philadelphia Eagles (-6.5) at Washington Commanders

Philadelphia went from a four-point favorite to favorites of close to a touchdown. The line is inflated after the Eagles' win over the Vikings Monday night. Washington has scored at least 27 points in each game.

Prediction ATS: Washington

Las Vegas Raiders (-2.5) at Tennessee Titans

As poorly as the Titans have played to start the season, the Raiders shouldn't be favored by close to a field goal on the road. Derek Carr had three interceptions in Week 1 and led Las Vegas to only three points in the second half of a Week 2 loss. The Raiders have given up at least 24 points and failed to score 24 points in both losses.

Prediction ATS: Tennessee

Houston Texans (+3) at Chicago Bears

Chicago isn't going to win many games if its passing attack doesn't improve significantly. The Bears rank dead last with 76.5 passing yards per game, and Justin Fields doesn't even have 50 rushing yards on the season. Houston is limiting opposing quarterbacks to a 76.7 passer rating.

Prediction ATS: Houston

Cincinnati Bengals (-5) at New York Jets

The Bengals have to beat the Jets if they want any chance of competing in the AFC. Until their miracle comeback in Cleveland, New York had only scored 26 points through the first 118 minutes of their season. Joe Burrow has been sacked 13 times. The Jets only have three sacks as a team.

Prediction ATS: Cincinnati

Jacksonville Jaguars (+7) at Los Angeles Chargers

There's too much uncertainty regarding Justin Herbert's health. The star quarterback suffered a rib cartilage fracture in Week 2 that clearly affected his play. It stands to reason that Herbert will either sit or be less effective than usual Sunday. The Jaguars are 10th in scoring offense after shutting out the Colts 24-0.

Prediction ATS: Jacksonville

Atlanta Falcons (+1.5) at Seattle Seahawks

There isn't much difference between these two teams. Atlanta's defense has been worse in the early going, giving up at least 27 points in each game. Seattle can pull out the home win in a tight matchup.

Prediction ATS: Seattle

Green Bay Packers (+2.5) at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Even with several injuries and Mike Evans' possible appeal, the Buccaneers might have a better receiving corps than the Packers. Aaron Rodgers could struggle against a Tampa Bay defense that's been as impressive as any unit through two weeks. The Bucs are first in scoring defense and third in opponents' yards per play. Tom Brady is 2-0 against Green Bay as Tampa Bay's quarterback.

Prediction ATS: Tampa Bay

Los Angeles Rams (-3.5) at Arizona Cardinals

The final scores of Week 2 can be misleading for both Los Angeles and Arizona. The Rams were blowing out the Falcons before a series of errors allowed Atlanta to cover the spread and lose by four points. Kyler Murray needed to be spectacular in order to carry the Cardinals past the Raiders in overtime. Los Angeles has shut down Murray and Arizona's offense in each of their last two meetings.

Prediction ATS: Los Angeles

San Francisco 49ers (-1) at Denver Broncos

Nathaniel Hackett couldn't seem more unprepared in his first two games as a head coach. The Broncos have totaled just 29 points in two games, failing to get the boost on offense that Russell Wilson was expected to provide. The 49ers are a better team with Jimmy Garoppolo under center.

Prediction ATS: San Francisco

Dallas Cowboys (+2.5) at New York Giants

The Giants have taken care of business against two mediocre teams. They should be able to do the same at home against backup quarterback Cooper Rush and the Cowboys. Dallas hasn't scored more than 20 points in a game, and New York hasn't surrendered more than 20 points in a contest.

Prediction ATS: New York

Season Record: 15-17

Rashod Bateman, Baltimore Ravens
Rashod Bateman #12 of the Baltimore Ravens runs with the ball after the catch against John Johnson III #43 of the Cleveland Browns during the fourth quarter at FirstEnergy Stadium on December 12, 2021 in Cleveland, Ohio. Mike Mulholland/Getty Images