NFL Week 4 Spreads, Money Lines and Totals
Week 4 opens with a matchup of ancient NFC North Division rivals that could be on opposite sides of the escalator. Future market betting action has seen a stampede to the window for the Detroit Lions. Finding a team more popular with the casual sector than Detroit would be difficult. At the beginning of this enthusiasm is a strong finish to the 2022 campaign. Detroit finished 9-8 and upset the Packers in Green Bay on NBC Sunday Night Football to close the campaign in style.
In the 2023 NFL Draft, the Lions impressed observers by selecting players that could offer immediate help. Head coach Dan Campbell has won over his players. And Rams castoff quarterback Jared Goff has found a second lease on life in the Motor City. Detroit is the future market betting favorite to win the NFC North.
The Green Bay Packers are the old dynasty of the NFC North Division. But the Packers are a team that faces an uncertain future. After several years of haggling and fussing with management, Aaron Rodgers departed for the New York Jets. The Rodgers episode was reminiscent of what took place with Brett Favre 15 years ago. Now the Packers will turn the page with Jordan Love. Ironically, Love's selection in the first round of the 2020 NFL Draft triggered Rodgers.
Love was drafted in 2020 as Green Bay’s quarterback of the future. For the Pack and Love, the future is now. But how it plays out is the great unknown.
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In the last Sunday afternoon window, the Dallas Cowboys host the New England Patriots in a matchup of marquee brands. Dallas head coach Mike McCarthy faces a do-or-die season. Thus, McCarthy has taken over the play-calling duties. Dallas continues to suffer from the inconsistent play of quarterback Dak Prescott. At the same time, the Patriots are beginning to doubt their quarterback, Mac Jones.
NBC Sunday Night Football features a strong AFC offering of the Kansas City Chiefs at the New York Jets. At the beginning is the marquee man quarterback matchup of Kansas City’s Patrick Mahomes and New York’s Aaron Rodgers. Since 2019, Mahomes has led the Chiefs to three Super Bowls, with two wins, including last February. As mentioned earlier, Rodgers arrived from the Packers, where he won his only Super Bowl appearance.
The arrival of Rodgers caused euphoria for long-suffering Jets fans. But for Wise Guys, there is an eerie sense of seeing this movie before. In 2008, Brett Favre arrived from the Packers with great fanfare. Yet the results were no better for the Jets than before Favre arrived. The Jets indeed showed improvement last year. But in the increasingly tough AFC East, a New York playoff bid is no sure thing.
ESPN Monday Night Football features two surprise teams from the 2022 campaign. The New York Giants will host the Seattle Seahawks in a potential playoff preview.
Last year the Seahawks were written off for dead after the trade of quarterback Russell Wilson to the Denver Broncos. Seattle head coach Pete Carroll was roasted for shipping out what was perceived to be the team’s top asset. Instead, Carroll proved to be an astute judge of talent and the needs of the Seahawks. Wilson flopped with a miserable season in Denver. At the same time, the Seahawks gained an unexpected playoff berth with castoff quarterback Geno Smith.
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