When it comes to gambling, it's never too early to start thinking about your next bet, which is why right now is the perfect time to start taking a hard look at the NFL odds for Week 2.
It also might be time to rethink your favorite betting strategy. If you like to take home teams, that didn't work in Week 1, with home teams going just 6-8 through Sunday's games.
Although home teams looked horrible in Week 1, not everyone did, and yes, first-time starting quarterbacks, I'm looking at you. Despite the fact that Trevor Siemian, Jimmy Garoppolo and Carson Wentz had never started an NFL game before, all three came away as winners with Week 1. Garoppolo and Siemian did it even though they were both underdogs.
So what does that mean for Week 2?
Did Garoppolo just win over the heart of every bookie in Vegas?
Are the Raiders going to turn into every bettor's darling?
Let's take an early peek at the NFL's Week 2 odds. Oh, and remember, if you're thinking about dropping a bet, be sure to follow SportsLine on Twitter or head over to the SportsLine site. Our bettors went 26-12-2 from Thursday thru Sunday in NFL action.
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Alright, I'll stop yapping so we can get to the odds.
NFL Week 2 Odds
Current line: Bills (-2). If Rex Ryan knows how to do one thing, it's beat his old team. The former Jets coach went 2-0 against his former team in 2015, including a Week 17 win that cost the Jets a shot at the playoffs. Ryan was the Jets coach from 2009 to 2014.
Current line: Steelers (-3.5). The Steelers and Bengals will both be missing a weapon in this game. Pittsburgh will be playing without Le'Veon Bell, while the Bengals will be without Vontaze Burfict. The Steelers are 5-1 in the their past six games against the Bengals. On the other hand though, the only win for Cincy in that span came last season IN Pittsburgh.
Titans at Lions (Opening line: -5.5)
Current line: Lions (-5.5). The AFC South vs. NFC North matchup has been one-sided so far, with the NFC North going 3-1 against the AFC South in Week 1. Even worse for the Titans? They're 4-12 against the NFC since 2012. The only saving grace for Tennessee is that they went 2-0 on the road vs. the NFC in 2015.
Current line: Texans (-2). The last time these two teams met, the Chiefs pounded the Texans 30-0 in a wild card playoff game back in January. If you think the Texans are 30 points better, then feel free to take them. Not only have the Chiefs won the last three meetings with Houston, but the Texans haven't won a game in this series since 2010.
Dolphins at Patriots (Opening line: Patriots, -5)
Current line: Patriots (-6.5). If you plan on betting New England in this game, you better do it soon because everyone in Vegas is pounding the Patriots. Not only has the line moved 1.5 points in the Patriots favor, but that happened even though no one has any idea if Rob Gronkowski will be playing. The Patriots haven't lost at home to the Dolphins since 2008. The Patriots have won the past four games at Gillette by an average of 23.8 points.
Current line: Ravens (-7). This line made a big jump after RG3 went down, but you might not want to get too caught up in that because Josh McCown might actually be better at running Cleveland's offense. Despite the fact that the Browns have been horrible lately, the last three games played in Cleveland have been decided by six or less points.
Current line: Redskins (-3). FexEx Field has become the Cowboys home away from home. The Cowboys have won their past three games in Washington (2013-15), including last year's thriller went Matt Cassel -- Yes, Matt Cassel -- led Dallas to a Monday night win at FedEx. If Cassel can do it, then why not Dak?
Current line: Giants (-5). The last four times these two teams have played, the winner has put up 48 points or more, so if you're going to bet on this game, you might just want to take the over, which is currently sitting at 52.5 points.
49ers at Panthers (Opening line: Panthers, -13.5)
Current line: Panthers, -14. The 49ers went 0-4 in trips to the eastern time zone in 2015. Also, the Panthers haven't lost consecutive regular season games since November 2014.
Current line: Cardinals (-6.5). Since 2011, the Buccaneers are 0-8 against the NFC West. Not helping things either for Tampa: The Cardinals have never lost consecutive home games in the same season under Bruce Arians.
Current line: Seahawks (-3.5). Although Russell Wilson's ankle will be a hot topic of conversation this week, it might not matter who plays because the Rams seem to have the Seahawks number. Since 2014, the Seahawks are 1-3 against the Rams and 21-7 against everyone else.
Colts at Broncos (Opening line: Broncos, -4)
Current line: Broncos (-6). If there's one team that's been able to beat Denver in Denver, it's the Colts. Andrew Luck and the Colts went into Denver and beat the Broncos in the January 2015 despite being a seven-point underdog. Including the playoffs, the Colts have won eight of their last nine overall against Denver.
Falcons at Raiders (Opening line: Raiders, -6.5).
Current line: Raiders (-4.5). If you're wondering why this line got down in the Falcons' direction, it might be because the Raiders are 2-15 against the NFC since 2012 (and that includes the win over the Saints). Also, the Raiders haven't beaten the Falcons since 2000. Before you bet this game, make sure you know the status of Julio Jones, who's battling an ankle injury he suffered in Week 1.
Jaguars at Chargers (Opening line: Chargers, -2.5)
Current line: Chargers (-3). Since 2010, the Chargers are 5-1 in home openers, and that only loss was an improbable 31-28 setback to the Texans where they blew a 28-7 lead in the second half. Not to mention, the Jaguars are 1-15 on the road over the past two seasons.
Current line: Packers (-2.5). Although the Vikings will be playing their first game in their new billion dollar stadium on Sunday night, it might not matter. Over the past six years, Minneapolis has basically been Green Bay South. Since 2010, the Packers are 5-1 in Minnesota.
Current line: Bears (-3). Carson Wentz's second is going to be slightly tougher than his first. Instead of the Browns, he has to go on the road into hostile territory and play in primetime. Since 2009, Philly is 6-1 while playing in their road opener.