Bills at Ravens NFL Week 4 Betting Lines

Buffalo Bills NFL Week 4 Betting Lines

Buffalo Bills NFL Betting

Although the Buffalo Bills fell on the road to the Miami Dolphins last week, they are still the Super Bowl favorites at the end of September. Buffalo ranks in the top four in scoring offense, scoring defense, total offense, and total defense, and their advanced numbers are better than any other team in the league. However, the Bills are currently dealing with a rash of injuries, and they have a tough test this week on the road against the Baltimore Ravens.

The Buffalo Bills will be on the road again this week, taking on the Baltimore Ravens. This game is set to kick off at 1 p.m. ET on CBS on Sunday, October 2, 2022, from M&T Bank Stadium in Baltimore, Maryland.

NFL Week 4 Betting Odds

Buffalo Bills -3.5

Baltimore Ravens +3.5

Total: 51.5

Money Line: Bills -182, Ravens +157

Buffalo Bills Week 4 Matchup

This Buffalo defense will have its hands full with a generational talent in Lamar Jackson this week. Jackson is having a great season with Baltimore, and the Ravens are ranked first in scoring offense and first in yards per play. He has completed 63.6% of his passes this year for 8.5 YPA with 10 touchdowns and two interceptions, and he leads Baltimore in rushing yards. Jackson has run for 243 yards and two scores through three weeks, averaging 9.3 YPC.

Mark Andrews is the top target in this offense. Andrews has 22 receptions for 245 yards and three touchdowns. Rashod Bateman has been the big play threat with eight receptions for 226 yards and two touchdowns, and Devin Duvernay is averaging 15.1 YPR as the No. 2 receiver. Justice Hill and Kenyan Drake haven’t been too effective in J.K. Dobbins’ absence, but Dobbins is finally back in the lineup.

Buffalo has some major questions on defense. Micah Hyde is out for the season with a neck injury, and the Bills didn’t have Dane Jackson and Jordan Poyer in the secondary last week. Defensive linemen Ed Oliver and Jordan Phillips also missed the game, hurting the pass rush. Fortunately, the front seven was still awesome as Matt Milano can clean anything up at linebacker, and Von Miller has been an outstanding addition. There is a lot of buzz about second-year defensive end Greg Rousseau too.

Josh Allen will ensure that Buffalo’s offense puts up points on Sunday, and he will have all his best players available at the skill positions. Cramping won’t be as much of an issue as it was last week against Miami, but there are some real concerns along the offensive line. Center Mitch Morse has already been ruled out, and guard Ryan Bates suffered a concussion last week. Two offensive linemen are already out, so there isn’t a lot of depth up front.

Baltimore’s secondary is finally healthy, and that’s a good thing considering Buffalo has a great receiving duo in Stefon Diggs and Gabriel Davis. However, Michael Pierce and Justin Houston are both questionable to play, and there are some injuries along the front seven in the two-deep.

Buffalo Bills Week 3 Recap

Buffalo absolutely dominated Miami on the stat sheet in Week 3. The Bills had 31 first downs compared to 15 first downs for the Dolphins. Buffalo had 497 total yards compared to 212 total yards for Miami, and the Bills ran 90 plays and controlled the ball for over 40 minutes. However, they fell 21-19 on the road, as some mistakes in key situations came back to bite the Bills. They turned the ball over on their own six-yard line, missed a field goal, failed to get points just before halftime inside Miami’s 35-yard line, and Josh Allen missed an open receiver on fourth-and-goal from the one-yard line.

Allen was solid once again, completing 42 of 63 passes for 400 yards and two touchdowns. He is the favorite to be named NFL MVP, and he was also Buffalo’s leading rusher in the loss. Devin Singletary, Isaiah McKenzie, and Stefon Diggs all had at least seven receptions for 70 yards, and Buffalo averaged 5.0 YPC against the Dolphins.

Meanwhile, Miami didn’t have much success moving the ball. The Dolphins failed to move the ball on the ground once again, averaging 2.4 YPC. Tua Tagovailoa didn’t throw much after possibly suffering a concussion in the first half, but he completed 13 of 18 passes for 186 yards and a score. Jaylen Waddle had four catches for 102 yards, but Tyreek Hill had just two receptions for 33 yards.

Buffalo Bills Schedule & Results

Week 1 at Los Angeles Rams W 31-10 1-0
Week 2 vs. Tennessee Titans W 41-7 2-0
Week 3 at Miami Dolphins L 19-21 2-1
Week 4 at Baltimore Ravens - -
Week 5 vs. Pittsburgh Steelers - -
Week 6 at Kansas City Chiefs - -
Week 7 BYE
Week 8 vs. Green Bay Packers - -
Week 9 at New York Jets - -
Week 10 vs. Minnesota Vikings - -
Week 11 vs. Cleveland Browns - -
Week 12 at Detroit Lions - -
Week 13 at New England Patriots - -
Week 14 vs. New York Jets - -
Week 15 vs. Miami Dolphins - -
Week 16 at Chicago Bears - -
Week 17 at Cincinnati Bengals - -
Week 18 vs. New England Patriots - -

The Buffalo Bills will open the NFL season on Thursday, September 8, at the defending Super Bowl champion Los Angeles Rams. NBC owns the tradition of televising the season's opening game each year on a Thursday night. Last year, the Bills and Rams could have been the Super Bowl matchup and is a potential preview for Super Sunday in February 2023.

The Bills' home opener is on ESPN Monday Night Football against the Tennessee Titans in week two. Tennessee is a team with a potential quarterback controversy.

From there, the Bills enter the toughest stretch of their schedule. Week three brings a game at the Miami Dolphins followed by a matchup at the Pittsburgh Steelers. And then, after a home game against the Pittsburgh Steelers comes a rematch of that epic 2021 playoff game at the Kansas City Chiefs. On October 30, the Bills are back on NBC Sunday Night Football when they host the Green Bay Packers in a week eight matchup.

Week 13 brings a potentially dangerous game at the New England Patriots on Prime Video. New England will be seeking revenge for its blowout playoff loss at Buffalo last year.

In week 17, the Bills are at the Cincinnati Bengals on ESPN Monday Night Football with a simulcast on ABC. This matchup could be a preview of the AFC playoffs.

NFL Football Picks

Buffalo Bills Past Seasons (2000)

2021 11-6 Lost Divisional Round
2020 13-3 Lost Conference Championship
2019 10-6 Lost Wild Card Round
2018 6-10 None
2017 9-7 Lost Wild Card Round
2016 7-9 None
2015 8-8 None
2014 9-7 None
2013 6-10 None
2012 6-10 None
2011 6-10 None
2010 4-12 None
2009 6-10 None
2008 7-9 None
2007 7-9 None
2006 7-9 None
2005 5-11 None
2004 9-7 None
2003 6-10 None
2002 8-8 None
2001 3-13 None
2000 8-8 None

The Buffalo Bills were founded in 1960 as charter members of the American Football League. Since that season, they have shared the same division with the New York Jets and New England Patriots. And the Miami Dolphins joined the division in 1966 as an expansion team.

Buffalo was an AFL powerhouse in the mid-1960s, winning the league title in 1964 and 1965. But for most of the next two decades, the Bills wallowed in mediocrity. But with the arrival of quarterback Jim Kelly and head coach Marv Levy, Buffalo made four consecutive Super Bowls from 1990 through 1993. However, the Bills were unable to win that final game.

Buffalo missed the playoffs just two times in the Bills' glory era from 1988 through 1999. Levy and Kelly headlined multiple Hall of Fame inductions for those teams.

Other famous past Bills include Jack Kemp, Elbert Dubenion, Mike Stratton, OJ Simpson, Joe Cribbs, Joe Ferguson, Therman Thomas, Andre Reed, and Bruce Smith.

Buffalo has a new state-of-the-art stadium project approved. The new facility will ensure the Bills’ future in the Niagara Falls area.

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