NFL odds have gone up and down the week, and there are some major injuries to quarterbacks that bookmakers have taken into account. Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers, who made a wondrous comeback on the Bears last week, is questionable to play against the Vikings with a knee injury. Even when he starts, his health is a major concern in the game. In a row that has already swung some points, the Packers are now three-point outsiders in Lambeau Field. Meanwhile, head coach Mike Vrabel expects Marcus Mariota (Elbow) and backup Blaine Gabbert to play against the Texans on Sunday, destroying the game's NFL chances. In fact, the over-under has fallen from 45 to 42. With so many NFL odds in Week 2 on the move, you'll want to see the NFL tips and predictions from SportsLine's advanced computer model.

This proprietary computer model reached 176-80 last season, surpassing more than 95 percent of CBS Office Pool players in 2016 and 2017. It also accounted for more than 98 percent of the experts covered by during this period. In addition, there were 48-34 at A-rated picks against last season's spread, and $ 100 in the weather that followed it in the last two seasons are nearly $ 4,000.

It finished 1 week hard and nailed three of its last four picks, including supporting the Jets (+281) on the money line in their 48-17 Lions' excitement on Monday night.

Now it has simulated every Snap of Week 2 of the NFL season 2018 10,000 times and its Week 2 NFL picks are in.

A week 2 NFL choose the model Likes: the Eagles (-3) beat the Buccaneers on the road.

Nick Foles continues to fill for Carson Wentz and the model says he pushes for 300 yards and two touchdowns. The Bucs came 263 yards from Ryan Fitzpatrick, who was impressive in the first week instead of Jameis Winston (suspension), but the Eagles win just 62 percent of the time and cover more than half of the simulations. Back the Under (44) also because that hits over 60 percent of the time.

Another of the top week 2 NFL picks, following the example: the Saints (-9.5) bounce back and face home the Browns, who will be without WR Josh Gordon.

The Saints were shocked at home in the first week when Ryan Fitzpatrick and the Buccaneers scored 48 points on the way to victory. However, the model predicts that New Orleans will regroup and win their first win of the season on Sunday.

The computer projects Drew Brees to complete 26 of 36 passes for 305 yards and two touchdowns, while Michael Thomas saves eight receptions for 100 yards. Alvin Kamara follows his big week-1 performance with over 100 general-purpose yards at home to Cleveland. Mark Ingram, who serves the second game of his four-game suspension, will not play.

The model says the Browns get 263 yards through Tyrod Taylor's air, while Carlos Hyde adds 56 more on the ground. However, the Saints cover one of the biggest NFL spreads of the week in the Superdome against the Browns, who will swap or release Gordon next week. The model also requires 50 total points, reducing the total number (49) by one.

The model also has a strong array of choices to watch for the big AFC Championship Game rematch between the Patriots and Jaguars, and calls for a top Super Bowl contender to be shocked by a big underdog on the road.

What NFL Chooses Can You Do With Confidence in Week 2? Take a look at the latest NFL ratings and then visit SportsLine to see which NFL teams win more than 50 percent of the simulations, all based on the model that has beaten 98 percent of the experts in the past two years.

Cleveland Browns at New Orleans Saints (-9.5, 49)
Indianapolis Colts at Washington Redskins (-6, 48)
Minnesota Vikings at Green Bay Packers (+3, 44.5)
Los Angeles Chargers at Buffalo Bills (+7.5, 42.5)
Kansas City Chiefs at Pittsburgh Steelers (-5, 53.5)
Houston Texans at Tennessee Titans (+3.5, 42)
Philadelphia Eagles at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+3, 45)
Carolina Panthers in Atlanta Falcons (-6, 44)
Miami Dolphins at New York Jets (-3, 42.5)
Arizona Cardinals at Los Angeles Rams (-13.5, 44.5)
Detroit Lions in San Francisco 49ers (-6, 48.5)
New England Patriots in Jacksonville Jaguars (+1.5, 44)
Oakland Raiders at Denver Broncos (-6.5, 45.5)
New York Giants at Dallas Cowboys (-3, 42.5)
Seattle Seahawks at Chicago Bears (-3, 43)


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