NFL Schedule Release 2023: Week 18 Games and Odds

May 11, 2023 07:41 PM

The NFL released its 2023 schedule on Thursday, May 11, and DraftKings Sportsbook has the lines for all of this season’s games. 

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Week 18 has all 16 games scheduled for Sunday, Jan. 7; however, the NFL has said it will move two games to Saturday (at 4:30 p.m. ET ad 8:15 p.m. ET) after the conclusion of Week 17. Remember that a lot of these kickoff times will also get changed so teams fighting for division titles or wild-card spots will be playing at the same time, including one game moved to Sunday night at 8:20 p.m. ET for the traditional season-finale. In addition, oddsmakers often adjust Week 18 lines drastically in regards to teams fighting for playoff spots or resting starters, etc. As for the current Sunday’s early games (1 p.m. ET/10 a.m. PT kickoffs), there are a lot of potentially compelling matchups with all divisional matchups to wrap up the regular season: Dolphins -1.5 vs. the Bills, Chiefs -2 at the Chargers, Lions -2.5 vs. the Vikings, Jets -1 at the Patriots, Packers -2 vs. the Bears and Bengals -4 vs. the Browns. The only “afternoon game" (kickoff in the 4 p.m. ET/1 p.m. PT hour) on the original schedule is the 49ers -6 vs. the Rams. Again, the Week 18 schedule will look a whole lot different when we get there.

NFL Week 18 Schedule and Odds

Sunday, January 7

Bills at Dolphins (-1.5)

Jets (-1) at Patriots

Steelers at Ravens (-3.5)

Browns at Bengals (-4)

Texans at Colts (-1.5)

Jaguars (-2.5) at Titans

Broncos (-1) at Raiders

Chiefs (-2) at Chargers

Eagles (-2.5) at Giants

Cowboys (-3) at Commanders

Vikings at Lions (-2.5)

Bears at Packers (-2)

Buccaneers at Panthers (-2.5)

Falcons at Saints (-2.5)

Seahawks (-4.5) at Cardinals

Rams at 49ers (-6)

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