Patriots at Packers NFL Week 4 Betting Lines

New England Patriots NFL Week 4 Betting Lines

New England Patriots NFL Betting

This is probably going to be the worst team the New England Patriots have fielded since Bill Belichick’s first season in charge in 2000. The Patriots have dominated the NFL for the last two decades, winning six Super Bowls with Belichick and Tom Brady, but all good things must come to an end. Now that starting quarterback Mac Jones is hurt, the chances of the Patriots finishing over .500 are pretty slim considering the strength of Buffalo and Miami in the AFC East. They are the largest underdog in Week 4, as the Green Bay Packers are currently double-digit favorites on Sunday.

The New England Patriots face a tough test this week as they take on the Green Bay Packers in historic Lambeau Field in Green Bay, Wisconsin on Sunday, October 2, 2022, at 4:25 p.m. ET on CBS.

NFL Week 4 Betting Odds

New England Patriots +10.5

Green Bay Packers -10.5

Total: 39.5

Money Line: Patriots +384, Packers -500

New England Patriots Week 4 Matchup

The Green Bay Packers are riding high coming into this game. Green Bay has played great in back-to-back weeks after a dud against Minnesota to open the year. Aaron Rodgers is starting to establish connections with his new receivers, and rookie Romeo Doubs should be primed for a nice season. He is currently the top target on Green Bay with 14 catches for 137 yards and a score.

Aaron Jones and A.J. Dillon are a dangerous duo when it comes to handling the ball out of the backfield. Green Bay is averaging 4.7 YPC this season, and both Jones and Dillon can make things happen in the passing game.

New England is ranked 22nd in scoring defense and 11th in total defense. The Patriots have been solid in the secondary this season but starting safety Kyle Dugger and top cornerback Jalen Mills are both questionable to play due to injury.

Mac Jones is likely to miss the next few weeks due to a high-ankle sprain. That will push veteran quarterback Brian Hoyer into the starting lineup, and he will start just his third game since 2018. Hoyer has lost 11 straight starts dating back to 2016, so New England doesn’t seem to stand much of a chance on Sunday.

Jakobi Meyers might miss this game too, taking away one of New England’s top receivers. Nelson Agholor and DeVante Parker will look to fill the void, and Parker is coming off a big game last week. The Patriots would love to establish the run too, but that’s pretty unlikely.

Green Bay’s defense is ranked sixth in scoring defense and sixth in total defense. The Packers have been strong at every level, so Hoyer is probably going to have a long day in Lambeau Field.

New England Patriots Week 3 Recap

Lamar Jackson torched the New England Patriots defense once more last weekend. Jackson was responsible for all five Baltimore touchdowns against the Patriots on Sunday, completing 18 of 29 passes for 218 yards with four touchdowns and an interception. Additionally, he ran the ball 11 times for 107 yards and a score, as he continues to show why he is the greatest running quarterback of all-time.

Mark Andrews was the top receiver with eight receptions for 89 yards and two touchdowns on 13 targets. Rashod Bateman once again caught a couple log passes, and Justice Hill had a nice 34-yard run to help the Ravens get the win here. Deatrich Wise Jr. did yeoman’s work in sacking Jackson three times and recording four TFL, but he was one of the few Patriots defenders that had a good day.

New England was able to have success running the ball as Rhamondre Stevenson, Damien Harris, and Mac Jones combined to run the ball 28 times for 145 yards and three touchdowns. However, Jones threw three interceptions and was sacked three times. Additionally, the Pats’ receivers had trouble holding onto the ball as Nelson Agholor and Kendrick Bourne both fumbled.

New England Patriots Schedule & Results

Week 1 at Miami Dolphins L 7-20 0-1
Week 2 at Pittsburgh Steelers W 17-14 1-1
Week 3 vs. Baltimore Ravens L 26-37 1-2
Week 4 at Green Bay Packers - -
Week 5 vs. Detroit Lions - -
Week 6 at Cleveland Browns - -
Week 7 vs. Chicago Bears
Week 8 at New York Jets - -
Week 9 vs. Indianapolis Colts - -
Week 10 BYE - -
Week 11 vs. New York Jets - -
Week 12 at Minnesota Vikings - -
Week 13 vs. Buffalo Bills - -
Week 14 at Arizona Cardinals - -
Week 15 at Las Vegas Raiders - -
Week 16 vs. Cincinnati Bengals - -
Week 17 vs. Miami Dolphins - -
Week 18 at Buffalo Bills - -

The New England Patriots have a tough first month of the season. Week one brings a dangerous game at the Miami Dolphins. Miami is coming off two near-miss playoff seasons. The following week brings a game at the Pittsburgh Steelers. Pittsburgh is one of the most consistently successful franchises in any sport. The home opener is against another perennial contender. The Baltimore Ravens are among the favorites to contend for the AFC title. New England will play at the Green Bay Packers in week four. New England would be happy to get out of this first stage with a 2-2 record.

Late in the season, two games far away from home could decide the Patriots' playoff hopes. New England is at the Arizona Cardinals in week 14 in a Monday night game. That is followed by a game at the Las Vegas Raiders in Week 15 on NBC Sunday Night Football.

New England also gets another NBC Sunday night game on its schedule. In week 12, the Patriots are at the Minnesota Vikings. The Patriots are also on ESPN Monday Night Football in Week seven against the Chicago Bears. The season finale is at the Buffalo Bills. New England was routed at Buffalo in the wild card round 47-17 last January.

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New England Patriots Past Seasons (2000)

2021 10-7 Lost Wild Card Round
2020 7-9 None
2019 12-4 Lost Wild Card Round
2018 11-5 Won Super Bowl
2017 13-3 Lost Super Bowl
2016 14-2 Won Super Bowl
2015 12-4 Lost Conference Championship
2014 12-4 Won Super Bowl
2013 12-4 Lost Conference Championship
2012 12-4 Lost Conference Championship
2011 13-3 Lost Super Bowl
2010 14-2 Lost Divisional Round
2009 10-6 Lost Wild Card Round
2008 11-5 None
2007 16-0 Lost Super Bowl
2006 12-4 Lost Conference Championship
2005 10-6 Lost Divisional Round
2004 14-2 Won super Bowl
2003 14-2 Won Super Bowl
2002 9-7 None
2001 11-5 Won Super Bowl
2000 5-11 None

Founded in 1960 as the Boston Patriots, this franchise was a charter member of the American Football League. Since that year, they have shared the same division with the New York Jets and Buffalo Bills. The Miami Dolphins joined the division in 1966.

New England operated on a shoestring budget for the first 35 years. But when Robert Kraft took control of the team in the mid-1990s, the entire culture of the franchise changed. In 2000 Kraft hired Bill Belichick to run the franchise, and the results have been historic. New England has won six Super Bowl championships and nine AFC championships in the Kraft and Belichick era.

Quarterback Tom Brady became the GOAT of his position for Kraft and Belichick. His departure to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in 2020 led to that franchise winning the Super Bowl in Brady’s first season. Brady’s championship in Tampa fuels Belichick’s fire to build a new dynasty with Mac Jones.

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