There are 13 games on the NFL Week 9 schedule, and only three contests feature a point spread of less than a field goal. A pair of teams are favored by close to two touchdowns on the road. The Packers and Buccaneers are both three-point favorites, despite being two of the most disappointing teams of the 2022 season.

Here are picks against the spread for every game in Week 9 and updated betting odds from FanDuel and DraftKings Sportsbook.

Philadelphia Eagles (+13.5) at Houston Texans

Winning by 14 points on the road on a short week won't be easy, even in a matchup that is this one-sided. Prior to coming off a bye, the Eagles had won three straight games by single digits. The Texans have held five of their seven opponents to fewer than 24 points.

Prediction ATS: Houston

Indianapolis Colts (+5.5) at New England Patriots

Young quarterbacks have an extremely poor track record when facing Bill Belichick. After throwing for 201 yards and no touchdowns in his first start, Sam Ehlinger is likely to struggle against New England's defense. The Patriots have given up 17 points or fewer in three of the last four games.

Prediction ATS: New England

Buffalo Bills (-12.5) at New York Jets

Without Breece Hall for the rest of the season, New York's offense could struggle mightily. Zach Wilson isn't ready to be a reliable starting quarterback. The quarterback has thrown for multiple interceptions or no more than 210 yards in every start this season. The Bills rank first in total offense and scoring defense. Buffalo outscored the Jets 72-27 in their two meetings last season.

Prediction ATS: Buffalo

Miami Dolphins (-5) at Chicago Bears

Justin Fields and Chicago's offense could be turning a corner. The Bears have scored at least 29 points in two straight games. The Dolphins are one of four teams that are giving up a triple-digit passer rating to opposing quarterbacks. Chicago is 2-1 at home.

Prediction ATS: Chicago

Green Bay Packers (-3) at Detroit Lions

Green Bay's offense could have one of its best games of the season in Detroit. The Lions rank last in total defense, scoring defense, and third-down defense. The Lions are 4-19-1 under head coach Dan Campbell. Aaron Rodgers has a career 18-6 record against Detroit with 52 touchdown passes and eight interceptions.

Prediction ATS: Green Bay

Minnesota Vikings (-3.5) at Washington Commanders

Week after week, the Vikings continue to beat subpar competition. Minnesota has scored at least 24 points in every game of its five-game winning streak. Washington is 0-3 against teams that are above .500. The Commanders have lost those contests by an average of 11.7 points per game.

Prediction ATS: Minnesota

Carolina Panthers (+7) at Cincinnati Bengals

Cincinnati's offense sure didn't look the same without Ja'Marr Chase Monday night. The Bengals will be on a short week, playing against a Panthers team that has improved with P.J. Walker under center. Carolina has covered the spread in two straight games.

Prediction ATS: Carolina

Los Angeles Chargers (-3) at Atlanta Falcons

The Falcons have been just as good as the Chargers this season, but they are somehow three-point underdogs at home. Two of Atlanta's four wins have come against first-place teams. All four of Los Angeles' victories have come against teams that have a losing record. Cordarrelle Patterson is eligible to return from injured reserve against a Chargers defense that surrenders the most yards per carry in football. Atlanta can pull off the outright upset.

Prediction ATS: Atlanta

Las Vegas Raiders (-1.5) at Jacksonville Jaguars

With a 2-5 record, the Raiders shouldn't be road favorites in Jacksonville. Dating back to last season, Las Vegas has given up at least 20 points in nine straight games. The Raiders are the only team that doesn't have at least 10 sacks this season. The Jaguars can upset the Raiders if Trevor Lawrence stops throwing red-zone interceptions.

Prediction ATS: Jacksonville

Seattle Seahawks (+2) at Arizona Cardinals

The point spread suggests that these two teams are just about even, but there's been enough evidence to indicate that Seattle is better than Arizona. The Cardinals are 0-4 against teams that are above .500. That includes a 19-9 loss in Seattle, during which Arizona had another disappointing offensive performance. Geno Smith's 107.2 passer rating is the best in the NFC.

Prediction ATS: Seattle

Los Angeles Rams (+3) at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Tampa Bay might be able to take advantage of a team that has been just as disappointing this season. The Buccaneers have a few more days to prepare after playing on "Thursday Night Football." Cooper Kupp is expected to play, but he suffered an ankle injury in Week 8 and might not be 100% healthy. The Bucs are third in sacks, and Matthew Stafford has been sacked more times than all but three quarterbacks.

Prediction ATS: Tampa Bay

Tennessee Titans (+12.5) at Kansas City Chiefs

The Titans have gone undefeated since their 0-2 start. Tennessee has defeated Kansas City in two of the last three seasons, including a 27-3 victory a year ago. Since 2020, Mahomes is 12-21 against the spread as a favorite of more than a field goal. The Chiefs might win a close game.

Prediction ATS: Tennessee

Baltimore Ravens (-2.5) at New Orleans Saints

The Ravens have held a double-digit lead in every game this season. The Saints are 0-4 in their last four games during which they trailed by more than one score at some point in the contest. New Orleans' shutout of Las Vegas in Week 8 was an aberration. The Saints still have a bottom-five scoring defense. The Ravens are fifth in scoring offense.

Prediction ATS: Baltimore

Season Record: 56-65-2

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Running back Derrick Henry #22 of the Tennessee Titans takes the hand-off from quarterback Ryan Tannehill #17 and runs with the ball in the first quarter against the Houston Texans at Nissan Stadium on October 18, 2020 in Nashville, Tennessee. Frederick Breedon/Getty Images