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NFL Week 4 Betting Lines

NFL Week 4 Lines

Who out there is excited to take in the matchup between Jeff Driskel and Sam Darnold to kick off the Week 4 NFL betting slate on Thursday Night Football? I don’t see any hands raised! Seriously, why the heck did the NFL schedule this garbage matchup? Regardless, one of these winless teams will put a tally in the win column once it’s said and done so long as they don’t play to a tie like the Bengals and Eagles did last week. The betting markets have sided with the visiting Broncos early on bumping them up to 3-point road chalk after opening -2.5 with 82 percent of the bets in support of the line move. The total has also been bet down a full point to 40 with only 55 percent of the bets booked in support.

NFL Week 4 Schedule & Lines

MATCHUP TIME TV LINE
Thursday, October 1
Denver Broncos at New York Jets 8:20 PM NFL 0, 40
Sunday, October 4
Indianapolis Colts at Chicago Bears 1:00 PM CBS +2.5, 44.5
New Orleans Saints at Detroit Lions 1:00 PM FOX +4, 54
Arizona Cardinals at Carolina Panthers 1:00 PM FOX +3, 52
Jacksonville Jaguars at Cincinnati Bengals 1:00 PM CBS -3, 49
Cleveland Browns at Dallas Cowboys 1:00 PM FOX -4, 55.5
Minnesota Vikings at Houston Texans 1:00 PM FOX -5, 54.5
Seattle Seahawks at Miami Dolphins 1:00 PM FOX +6.5, 54
Los Angeles Chargers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers 1:00 PM CBS -7, 43.5
Baltimore Ravens at Washington Redskins 1:00 PM CBS +13, 47
New York Giants at Los Angeles Rams 4:05 PM FOX -13, 47
Buffalo Bills at Las Vegas Raiders 4:25 PM CBS +3, 52
Philadelphia Eagles at San Francisco 49ers 8:20 PM NBC -7, 45
Monday, October 5
New England Patriots at Kansas City Chiefs 6:05 PM CBS -11, 49.5
Atlanta Falcons at Green Bay Packers 7:50 PM ESPN -6.5, 56.5

BYE WEEK: Pittsburgh Steelers, Tennessee Titans

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The Nick Foles era is underway in Chicago after head coach Matt Nagy stated that the former Super Bowl winner will be the offense’s QB1 moving forward early Monday morning. There would’ve been a riot had that decision not been made after leading the Bears to the comeback win in Atlanta to keep the team undefeated through Week 3. But that task at hand this upcoming Sunday won’t be easy with the Indianapolis Colts looking dominant in a pair of wins against the Vikings and Jets since shockingly falling at Jacksonville to open the year. Early betting action has gone the way of the Colts who are now installed 2.5-point road chalk with the total staying put at 45.

“Minshew Mania” failed to live up to its wagering supporter’s expectations last Thursday night when it got dominated by the Miami Dolphins from the opening kick. He’ll get a shot to redeem himself this upcoming Sunday in what could turn out to be an all-out shootout with Joe Burrow and the Cincinnati Bengals. Zac Taylor’s troops almost pulled out a win in the City of Brotherly Love last Sunday, but had to settle for a tie instead. The Bengals remain 3-point favorites since the open to secure their first win of the season, while the 48-point total hasn’t budged either. Hopefully Burrow can get some protection from his hogs up front this week after getting sacked by the Eagles eight times! The Jags are only averaging one sack per game.

Fresh off a solid upset road win over the Cardinals in the desert, Matt Patricia’s Detroit Lions return home looking to even their record at 2-2. Meanwhile, the New Orleans Saints will be out to log their first road win of the young season while at the same time put an end to a two-game losing streak after dropping a tough one to the Green Bay Packers under the Sunday night lights. The Saints initially hit the board as 5.5-point road chalk on the lookahead lines, but currently check in at -4 even though they’ve garnered 57 percent of the side bets in early wagering. The total has also been bet down 1.5-points from the 56-point opener. New Orleans just had all sorts of issues dealing with the Packers’ Davante Adams-less passing attack and now must take on a healthy Kenny Golladay and company.

All eyes will be fixated upon Arrowhead Stadium during Sunday’s afternoon slate when Cam Newton and the New England Patriots take on the Kansas City Chiefs in hopes of accruing their first road win of the season after just coming up short in Seattle back in Week 2. KC meanwhile will be coming off a grueling affair with the Baltimore Ravens on Monday Night Football, and will be thoroughly tested on short rest. New England looks to have seamlessly adapted to the Newton era evidenced by entering this Week 4 tilt owners of the league’s top ranked rushing attack. It would be a huge boost if James White returned for this game. As it stands, the Chiefs have been bet down a half-point to 7-point home favorites for this pivotal Week 4 AFC clash.

On the bright side, the Philadelphia Eagles didn’t lose for the third straight time last week. Unfortunately, they didn’t win either which came as quite the disappointment for those that bought into them holding serve against the Bengals; especially in survivor pools! It could seriously only get worse in the coming weeks with the Sunday nighter scheduled in San Francisco followed by a trip to Pittsburgh before returning home to host Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens. The 49ers killed many an NFL bettor that faded them last week by skunking the Giants 36-9 with a skeleton crew. Nick Mullins had himself a day in throwing for nearly 350 yards and a touchdown, but should find the going much tougher in this one should Jimmy Garoppolo be unable to situate himself back under center. Regardless, San Fran find itself installed decided 6.5-point favs with the total lined at 45.

Sorry Bears’ fans; you’re going to have to stomach watching Aaron Rodgers in another prime time slot with the Green Bay Packers set to welcome in the struggling Atlanta Falcons for the Week 4 concluder on Monday Night Football. Dan Quinn is without a doubt operating on borrowed time after allowing his team to surrender double-digit second half leads and lose both games outright in sickening fashion the last two weeks. With that, it comes as no surprise to see the betting markets siding with the cheeseheads in early wagering ultimately bumping them up to 7.5-point favorites after initially opening -6. After over bettors cashed their ticket without breaking a sweat in the bayou last week, the over has taken the early action bumping it up to 58 from the 57.5-point opener; the O/U is currently the highest of the Week 4 slate.

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