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As the NFL betting season heads into Week 3, teams across the league are seeing their Super Bowl odds shift up and down with each and every game. Week 2 in the NFL saw countless players succumbing to injury, including some marquee names like Saquon Barkley, Christian McCaffrey and Joey Bosa. The NFL’s Week 3 odds have been noticeably impacted by these injuries, and many teams will need to overcome significant losses in order to get a win on Sunday. With that being said, let’s take a look at four key matchups in Week 3 of the NFL season.

Las Vegas Raiders (+6) vs. New England Patriots (-6) – September 27

The Raiders’ NFL odds have only improved since starting the season 2-0, but face a tough task as they travel to New England to take on QB Cam Newton and the new-look Patriots. Although the Patriots are coming off a tough loss to Seattle, the team has looked very impressive in their first two games and Newton seems to be back at the top of his game. The Raiders have also played well thus far with a power run game led by sophomore RB Josh Jacobs, but will have a big task this week going up against one of the league’s best defensive units. If you love Super Bowl betting, now is the time to get on the New England bandwagon before their Super Bowl odds begin to soar.

Los Angeles Rams (+1.5) vs. Buffalo Bills (-1.5) – September 27

In a matchup of two undefeated teams, the Rams and Bills will face off in what should be a great football game. The NFL Week 3 odds for this game are fairly close, as both teams feature a strong defense and big-play ability on offense. The Rams have surprised many NFL betting fans with their strong start to the year, but they have yet to face a quality opponent like the Bills. Buffalo is being led by young QB Josh Allen, who has started the season on fire, torching secondaries with new addition, WR Stefon Diggs. This game may come down to the wire, and the winner could see a big boost to their weekly NFL odds.

Dallas Cowboys (+5) vs. Seattle Seahawks (-5) – September 27

The Seattle Seahawks are letting Russ cook, and their future hall of fame QB has been carving up opposing defenses with ease. Combine that with a strong running game, and a defense reinvigorated by the addition of S Jamal Adams, and Seattle may soon have the best Super Bowl odds in the league. The Cowboys are coming off an incredible last-second victory over the Falcons, but this team has not looked sharp to start the year. Despite having one of the league’s best rosters on paper, the Cowboys will need a great performance to stand a chance in this high-profile matchup.

Kansas City Chiefs (+3.5) vs. Baltimore Ravens (-3.5) – September 28

Week 3 is sure to end with a bang, as the Chiefs and Ravens will face off in what is arguably the most highly anticipated matchup in the history of Monday Night Football. Despite barely outlasting the Chargers in last week’s overtime thriller, the Chiefs are 2-0 and looking every bit as dangerous as last year’s championship squad. Having said that, the Ravens look even stronger than last year; QB Lamar Jackson continues to improve and the Baltimore’s defense has been downright scary so far this season. The latest Super Bowl odds have Seattle and Baltimore as two of the league’s top favorites, making this game a must-watch for anyone looking for an edge this year when Super Bowl betting at Bovada.