NFL Week 17 2017: Odds for each game

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We only have one more week of the 2017 NFL regular season. It’s rivalry weekend in the NFL. Here are the point spreads for all 16 games in Week 17.

It all comes down to this. We have made it to the final week of the 2017 NFL regular season. Week 17 will be in full effect on Sunday afternoon on New Year’s Eve. There are no primetime games this week, as Thursday Night Football and Monday Night Football have concluded their 2017 NFL season allotment.

While Sunday Night Football was going to get a game, the NFL forgot to account for that game going up until New Year’s Eve. Though the game would have been spectacular, few fans outside of the two teams competing in it would have watched it. The NFL wants its fans to enjoy themselves on Sunday night and not watch football apparently.

There will be seven games going on during the 1:00 p.m. ET hour. All of those games have no playoff implication. The games you’ll definitely want to try to watch will begin at 4:25 p.m. ET. There will be nine games going on in the final time slot of the 2017 NFL regular season.

Here are the opening point spreads for all 16 NFL games going on in the Week 17 slate. Lines are by OddsShark.

Sunday, Dec. 31

1:00 p.m. ET

Cleveland Browns at Pittsburgh Steelers (-14.5)

Washington Redskins (-3.5) at New York Giants

Green Bay Packers at Detroit Lions (-9)

Chicago Bears at Minnesota Vikings (-12.5)

Dallas Cowboys at Philadelphia Eagles (-2)

New York Jets at New England Patriots (-16.5)

Houston Texans at Indianapolis Colts (EVEN)

4:25 p.m. ET

Buffalo Bills (-2.5) at Miami Dolphins

Carolina Panthers at Atlanta Falcons (-3)

New Orleans Saints (-7.5) at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Cincinnati Bengals at Baltimore Ravens (-10)

Jacksonville Jaguars at Tennessee Titans (-5)

Arizona Cardinals at Seattle Seahawks (-7)

Oakland Raiders at Los Angeles Chargers (-7)

Kansas City Chiefs at Denver Broncos (-2.5)

San Francisco 49ers at Los Angeles Rams (-6.5)

Enjoy your New Year’s Eve and don’t be expecting a Sunday Night Football game, as there won’t be  one.



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