The Washington Commanders are 6.0-point favorites against the Chicago Bears.
There are -115 odds for the 45.0-point total to go under on Thursday Night Football.
Jahan Dotson has -110 odds to go over 3.5 receptions in the game.
LANDOVER, Md. – The Chicago Bears are 6.0-point underdogs on the road against the Washington Commanders. Thursday Night Football odds favor the under at 45.0 points with -115 odds.
Week 5 kicks off with the Commanders as heavy legal sports betting favorites at -270 on the moneyline. They’ve won each of their last four games as -270 favorites or greater.
Washington Commanders Vs Chicago Bears Betting Lines
The Chicago Bears lost 14 straight games and are 2-11-1 against the spread dating back to last season. Washington is 7-6-1 straight up and against the spread in their last 14 games.
The total went under in seven straight games since 2017 when the Commanders were favorites of five or more points. The under is 9-1 in their last 10 games as a heavy favorite.
Parlaying the Commanders moneyline (-270) and the under (-115) at legal NFL betting sites has +156 odds. A $100 bet would win $156.
Jahan Dotson Receptions Prop Vs Chicago
Jahan Dotson receiving props offer value for Thursday Night Football. The 2022 first-round pick’s best legal Maryland sports betting prop is for receptions.
Jahan Dotson Receptions Prop
Over 3.5 Receptions -110
Under 3.5 Receptions -120
Dotson has a high target share in the Commanders offense but recorded low yardage so far this season. He had four receptions in Week 4 but was targeted nine times.
Dotson is active for Thursday night after dealing with an ankle injury. He was limited at practice on Wednesday but doesn’t carry an injury designation heading into Week 5.
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