NFL Week 5 Early Lines: Cowboys vs. Bengals, Brady’s Return & More

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Touchdown Tom is back.

One week after being shut out at Gilette Stadium for the first time in history, the Patriots get their franchise quarterback free from his four-game suspension. His first opponent is the feisty Browns, who pushed Washington in the first half this week but ultimately failed to cover.

The Patriots will be the biggest favorite of the week, but there are plenty of other matchups worth taking a look at. The Jets and Ryan Fitzpatrick, who has thrown nine interceptions in the past two weeks, will visit the Steelers. The Steelers are favored by seven, but that line could grow after Pittsburgh’s blowout of the Chiefs on Sunday night.

The most interesting matchup could be in Denver, where Atlanta’s red-hot offense meets the Denver defense. Julio Jones went for over 300 yards receiving against Carolina, but the Falcons are almost a full touchdown underdog to the defending champions. Things could get even more complicated if the Broncos are without first-year starter Trevor Siemian.

Here’s a look at all the matchups for Week 5 with the most recent lines posted:


Cardinals (-2.5) at 49ers


Patriots (-10) at Browns

Eagles (-1) at Lions

Bears at Colts (-4.5)

Titans at Dolphins (-3.5)

Redskins at Ravens (-4)

Texans at Vikings (-6)

Jets at Steelers (-7)

Falcons at Broncos (-6.5)

Bengals at Cowboys (-1.5)

Bills at Rams (-3)

Chargers at Raiders (-3.5)

Giants at Packers (-7)


Buccaneers at Panthers (-7.5)


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