NFL Betting Results: Unders Finish 7-2 In Sunday’s Early Week 2 Games

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Points were hard to come by in Sunday’s 1 p.m. ET games.

Week 2’s early slate included nine games, seven of which finished under the closing total.

And most Sunday’s NFL Week 2 games didn’t just go under — they went WAY under.

Here’s a look at NFL over/under betting results for every 1 p.m. ET Week 2 game:

NFL Week 2 Over/Under Betting Results

New Orleans Saints vs. Carolina Panthers

  • Over/Under: 45
  • Total Points: 33
  • Result: Under

Houston Texans vs. Cleveland Browns

  • Over/Under: 48.5
  • Total Points: 52
  • Result: Over

Cincinnati Bengals vs. Chicago Bears

  • Over/Under: 44.5
  • Total Points: 37
  • Result: Under

Las Vegas Raiders vs. Pittsburgh Steelers

  • Over/Under: 46.5
  • Total Points: 43
  • Result: Under

Buffalo Bills vs. Miami Dolphins

  • Over/Under: 48
  • Total Points: 35
  • Result: Under

Los Angeles Rams vs. Indianapolis Colts

  • Over/Under: 48
  • Total Points: 51
  • Result: Over

San Francisco 49ers vs. Philadelphia Eagles

  • Over/Under: 49
  • Total Points: 28
  • Result: Under

Denver Broncos vs. Jacksonville Jaguars

  • Over/Under: 45.5
  • Total Points: 36
  • Result: Under

New England Patriots vs. New York Jets.

  • Over/Under: 43.5
  • Total Points: 31
  • Result: Under

According to The Action Network’s NFL public betting data, eight of the nine early games saw the majority of bets land on the over, meaning sportsbooks likely made out quite well on these early totals.

The lone game with more action on the under was Patriots-Jets, where rookie quarterback Zach Wilson certainly did his part for under bettors by throwing four interceptions.

Five games remain on Sunday’s NFL Week 2 schedule, all of which are currently showing more bets on the over than the under as well.

Click here for the full list of updated NFL Week 2 spreads and over/unders.

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