Fantasy Football Podcast: Week 5 Betting Preview — Bullish On The Bears, Bearish On The Cardinals

Scott Pianowski and Dalton Del Don are here to talk all things betting in Week 5 on the latest episode of the Yahoo Fantasy Football Forecast!

Scott & Dalton handicap all Week 5 matchups and also throw in some moneylines, player props and fantasy nuggets.

Can Carson Wentz and the Eagles (+7) start a winning streak when they take on the Pittsburgh Steelers? Should you trust the Houston Texans (-6.5) sans Bill O’Brien? Will the Chiefs cover their big spread (-13.5) over the Raiders? Dive into the show to find out.

This week’s odds are courtesy of BetMGM, and Dalton and Scott discuss them for the full slate of NFL matchups in Week 5.

(As always, odds are subject to change before gametime.)

Remember to stay tuned to the Yahoo Fantasy Football Forecast, which will now have FIVE new episodes per week!

Thursday Night Football features the Tampa Bay Buccaneers – Chicago Bears spread with the Bucs as a 3.5-point favorite to kickoff the Week 5 NFL and NFL betting slate.

Tom Brady’s 3-1 Buccaneers are banged up and square off against the 3-1 Bears, who will start Nick Foles for a second-consecutive game, at 8:20 p.M. ET.Buccaneers at Bears spread, odds and lines

Odds via BetMGM; access USA TODAY Sports’ betting odds for a full list.Buccaneers – Bears Money line

Bucs -189 (Bet $189, win $100) | Bears +155 (Bet $100, win $155) | Bet nowBuccaneers – Bears Spread

Buccaneers are 3.5-point favorite. Bucs -3.5 (-106) / Bears +3.5 (-115) | Bet nowBuccaneers – Bears Over/Under

43.5 (Over: -115, Under: -106) | Bet nowThursday Night Football Betting Promotion Colorado, Indiana, New Jersey and West Virginia Betting Promotion

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