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The OddsShark Computer has made its predictions for Week 5 of the season.
The Buffalo Bills are a three-point favorite against the Tennessee Titans. The computer predicts a 25.4-22.8 Bills win, which wouldn’t quite cover the spread. The Arizona Cardinals are traveling to face the Detroit Lions as three-point favorites. The computer is predicting a Cardinals 23.0-22.2 win, which would be a Lions cover.
The New England Patriots head into Dallas as a 10-point favorite, which marks the biggest road favorite in Dallas since the San Francisco 49ers in 1990. The OddsShark Computer sees a blowout, with the Cowboys losing 30.1-18.3. The Oakland Raiders are a five-point underdog at home against the Denver Broncos, but the computer has them winning 20.4-20.1.
The Green Bay Packers are a nine-point favorite against the St. Louis Rams at sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark.com. The computer predicts a 29.8-14.4 win and cover for the Packers. The Kansas City Chiefs are a 10-point home favorite against the Chicago Bears. The computer predicts a slim Bears cover, losing 26.2-16.6.
The closest home line has the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as a three-point favorite against the Jacksonville Jaguars. The computer predicts a 23.8-20.2 win for Tampa Bay, meaning a slim cover for the Buccaneers.
The Cincinnati Bengals look to remain unbeaten as they host the Seattle Seahawks. The Bengals are a three-point favorite and the computer predicts an easy cover for Cincinnati, beating the Seahawks 27.3-17.4.
Sunday Night Football features a game between the San Francisco 49ers and New York Giants. The 49ers are a touchdown underdog, and the OddsShark Computer has the Giants winning easily by a score of 26.7-17.0.
Week 5 comes to a close with the San Diego Chargers hosting the Pittsburgh Steelers on Monday Night Football. The Chargers are a three-point favorite against a Steelers squad coming to town with Michael Vick at quarterback, but welcoming back wide receiver Martavis Bryant. The computer predicts an easy Chargers win by a score of 29.1-18.0.