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@ New England Patriots
New England
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Thu 8/1211:30 PM

Patriots vs Football Team Odds

More Odds
SpreadTotalMoneyline
NE
+2
-110
u34.5
-110
+110
WAS
-2
-110
o34.5
-110
-128

Football Team Injuries

All NFL Injuries
  • Ryan Fitzpatrick

    QB

    Ryan Fitzpatrick (Illness) is out this week.

    Out

  • Deshazor Everett

    SAF

    Deshazor Everett (Chest) is out this week.

    Out

  • Adam Humphries

    WR

    Adam Humphries (Concussion) is out this week.

    Out

  • Darryl Roberts

    CB

    Darryl Roberts (Groin) is out this week.

    Out

  • Matt Ioannidis

    DT

    Matt Ioannidis (Biceps) is out this week.

    Out

  • Temarrick Hemingway

    TE

    Temarrick Hemingway (Wrist) is out for the season.

    Out for Season

  • William Jackson III

    CB

    William Jackson (Concussion) is out this week.

    Out

  • Kyle Allen

    QB

    Kyle Allen (Ankle) is out for the season.

    Out for Season

  • Saahdiq Charles

    OT

    Saahdiq Charles (Knee) is out for the season.

    Out for Season

Football Team 2021 Schedule

dateopponentscorespreadover/undermoneyline
Aug 28thBAL----
Aug 21stCIN----
Aug 12th@NE--234.5-128

Depth Chart

Starter2ND3RD4TH
QBKyle AllenAlex Smith
RBJD McKissicPeyton Barber
WRDontrelle Inman
WRTerry McLaurinAntonio Gandy-Golden
TELogan ThomasJeremy SprinkleMarcus Baugh
LTGeron ChristianSaahdiq CharlesDavid Sharpe
LGWes MartinWes Schweitzer
CChase RoullierKeith Ismael
RGBrandon Scherff
RTMorgan MosesCornelius Lucas
MLBJonathan BosticCole Holcomb
SSLandon CollinsDeshazor Everett
FSTroy ApkeKamren Curl
HTress Way
PRIsaiah Wright
KRSteven SimsAntonio GibsonDanny Johnson
LSNick Sundberg
CBRonald DarbyFabian MoreauGregory Stroman
DTJonathan AllenTimothy Settle
OLBKevin Pierre-LouisKhaleke Hudson
DEChase YoungRyan AndersonJames Smith-Williams
KDustin Hopkins
CBKendall FullerJimmy Moreland
DTDa'Ron PayneMatt Ioannidis
OLBShaun Dion HamiltonThomas Davis
DEMontez SweatRyan Kerrigan

Washington Football Team Player Stats

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Washington Football Team

The Washington Football Team was the fifth-most profitable NFL team against the spread (ATS) in 2020, going 10-7. How will they fare by the end of 2021? We’re tracking Washington Football Team odds and betting results throughout the season.

Find a key to spreads, over/unders and moneylines in order to best understand Washington Football Team odds above.

Washington Football Team Point Spreads

Spreads are set by oddsmakers and communicate how many points they expect the Football Team to win or lose by. When the Football Team is favored, the spread for that game will reflect how many points a sportsbook expects them to win by (-). Whenever they’re underdogs, the spread will reflect how many points a sportsbook expects them to lose by (+).

Let’s analyze the following hypothetical as an example:

  • Football Team -2.5 (-110)
  • Eagles +2.5 (-110)

With the Football Team spread set at -2.5, the Football Team has to win by three or more points in order to “cover the spread” and cash the tickets for their bettors. If the Football Team loses to the Eagles or wins by fewer than 2.5 points, then Eagles bettors lose.

Football Team Over/Unders

Bookmakers set over/unders based on how many points they’re projecting the Football Team and their opponent to score combined. It does not matter whether the Football Team wins or loses.

Let’s pretend you’ve bet the “over” on the 43.5-point total for a Football Team-Eagles game: If the Football Team wins 27-14, then only 41 points were scored and you’ve lost your wager. But if the Football Team wins 27-17, then 44 points were scored and you’ve won your bet.

Washington Football Team Moneylines

Betting on the moneyline (ML) means betting on the outright result of a game. If you bet on the Football Team moneyline and they win, then you’ve won your bet. If you bet on the Football Team moneyline and they lose, then so has your bet.

Here’s how to read moneylines: The number reflects how much you would have to risk in order to win $100 if the Football Team is favored (-) or how much of a profit you would net risking $100 if the Football Team are underdogs (+). That means if the Football Team is +100 for a road game against an NFC East opponent, you could bet $100 to net a $100 profit if Washington wins. If the Football Team is -110 for a home game against a division foe, you would have to bet $110 to net a $100 profit if Washington wins.

You can use our Odds Calculator to calculate any bet amount or conversion.

Football Team Props

Opportunities to bet on the Washington Football Team’s next game extend beyond spreads, over/unders and moneylines. You can also bet on Football Team player props, which are bets on the statistical results for that player in their next game. For example, if wide receiver Terry McLaurin’s receiving yardage prop is listed at 40.5 yards, you can bet on him to go over or under that result in that game.

Washington Football Team Futures

What are the Washington Football Team’s odds to win the 2021 Super Bowl? What about the NFC East?

Washington Football Team futures are bets on their end-of-season results. That includes their odds to hoist the Lombardi Trophy, win a certain number of regular-season games, make the 2021 NFL playoffs, and more.

NFL team futures are paid out once the result is clear. Most futures are also priced similar to moneylines. For example, if you bet $100 on the Washington Football Team to win the Super Bowl at 50-1 in the run-up to the 2021 NFL season, you would profit $5,000 if they win the championship.

Next Football Team Game

Game Details
@ New England Patriots
New England
location pin
Thu 8/1211:30 PM

Patriots vs Football Team Odds

More Odds
SpreadTotalMoneyline
NE
+2
-110
u34.5
-110
+110
WAS
-2
-110
o34.5
-110
-128

Football Team Injuries

All NFL Injuries
  • Ryan Fitzpatrick

    QB

    Ryan Fitzpatrick (Illness) is out this week.

    Out

  • Deshazor Everett

    SAF

    Deshazor Everett (Chest) is out this week.

    Out

  • Adam Humphries

    WR

    Adam Humphries (Concussion) is out this week.

    Out

  • Darryl Roberts

    CB

    Darryl Roberts (Groin) is out this week.

    Out

  • Matt Ioannidis

    DT

    Matt Ioannidis (Biceps) is out this week.

    Out

  • Temarrick Hemingway

    TE

    Temarrick Hemingway (Wrist) is out for the season.

    Out for Season

  • William Jackson III

    CB

    William Jackson (Concussion) is out this week.

    Out

  • Kyle Allen

    QB

    Kyle Allen (Ankle) is out for the season.

    Out for Season

  • Saahdiq Charles

    OT

    Saahdiq Charles (Knee) is out for the season.

    Out for Season

Best Football Team Betting Sites

Washington Football Team

The Washington Football Team was the fifth-most profitable NFL team against the spread (ATS) in 2020, going 10-7. How will they fare by the end of 2021? We’re tracking Washington Football Team odds and betting results throughout the season.

Find a key to spreads, over/unders and moneylines in order to best understand Washington Football Team odds above.

Washington Football Team Point Spreads

Spreads are set by oddsmakers and communicate how many points they expect the Football Team to win or lose by. When the Football Team is favored, the spread for that game will reflect how many points a sportsbook expects them to win by (-). Whenever they’re underdogs, the spread will reflect how many points a sportsbook expects them to lose by (+).

Let’s analyze the following hypothetical as an example:

  • Football Team -2.5 (-110)
  • Eagles +2.5 (-110)

With the Football Team spread set at -2.5, the Football Team has to win by three or more points in order to “cover the spread” and cash the tickets for their bettors. If the Football Team loses to the Eagles or wins by fewer than 2.5 points, then Eagles bettors lose.

Football Team Over/Unders

Bookmakers set over/unders based on how many points they’re projecting the Football Team and their opponent to score combined. It does not matter whether the Football Team wins or loses.

Let’s pretend you’ve bet the “over” on the 43.5-point total for a Football Team-Eagles game: If the Football Team wins 27-14, then only 41 points were scored and you’ve lost your wager. But if the Football Team wins 27-17, then 44 points were scored and you’ve won your bet.

Washington Football Team Moneylines

Betting on the moneyline (ML) means betting on the outright result of a game. If you bet on the Football Team moneyline and they win, then you’ve won your bet. If you bet on the Football Team moneyline and they lose, then so has your bet.

Here’s how to read moneylines: The number reflects how much you would have to risk in order to win $100 if the Football Team is favored (-) or how much of a profit you would net risking $100 if the Football Team are underdogs (+). That means if the Football Team is +100 for a road game against an NFC East opponent, you could bet $100 to net a $100 profit if Washington wins. If the Football Team is -110 for a home game against a division foe, you would have to bet $110 to net a $100 profit if Washington wins.

You can use our Odds Calculator to calculate any bet amount or conversion.

Football Team Props

Opportunities to bet on the Washington Football Team’s next game extend beyond spreads, over/unders and moneylines. You can also bet on Football Team player props, which are bets on the statistical results for that player in their next game. For example, if wide receiver Terry McLaurin’s receiving yardage prop is listed at 40.5 yards, you can bet on him to go over or under that result in that game.

Washington Football Team Futures

What are the Washington Football Team’s odds to win the 2021 Super Bowl? What about the NFC East?

Washington Football Team futures are bets on their end-of-season results. That includes their odds to hoist the Lombardi Trophy, win a certain number of regular-season games, make the 2021 NFL playoffs, and more.

NFL team futures are paid out once the result is clear. Most futures are also priced similar to moneylines. For example, if you bet $100 on the Washington Football Team to win the Super Bowl at 50-1 in the run-up to the 2021 NFL season, you would profit $5,000 if they win the championship.