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NFL Week 4 Best Bets

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There are seven undefeated teams entering Week 4 of the NFL season, and two of them
will face each other this week. Of the other five 3-0 squads, only four are favorites, with
the other one a surprising home underdog at top online sportsbooks.


Hot as a Firecracker

Atlanta (0-3) at Green Bay (3-0) (-7.5): The Packers are averaging 41 points a game,
win by 12 points, and are 3-0 against the spread. The Falcons average 30 points a game
but have blown big fourth-quarter leads in their last two games. That point spread looks
low and might go up by the time the game kicks off.
Seattle (3-0) (-6.5) at Miami (1-2): Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson has been
spectacular, completing 79 of 103 passes for 925 yards and 14 touchdowns. He's also
run the ball for 90 yards on 14 carries to lead Seattle to 37 points a game. Seattle is the
only undefeated team other than the Steelers to beat the spread in every game.
Pittsburgh (3-0) (-1.5) at Tennessee (3-0): Both of these undefeated teams have
scored 80 points through their first three games. The Titans' wins are by a total of just six
points, and they've failed to cover the spread this season. After missing the playoffs in
2019, the Steelers have looked solid, winning by at least five points in every game.
Last time we brought you NFL Week 2 betting tips and went 2-1. Check them out.

Surprise, Surprise

Buffalo (3-0) (-2.5) at Las Vegas (2-1): The only time the Bills failed to cover the spread
this season was on the road against the Dolphins. They got a late score to beat the
Rams last week at home and cover the two-point line. The Raiders have looked good in
beating and covering against the Saints at home, and the Bills are vulnerable.
Indianapolis (2-1) (-2.5) at Chicago (3-0): The Bears can't get any respect, despite a
come-from-behind 30-26 win over the Falcons. After a disappointing loss to Jacksonville
to start the season, the Colts are on a roll.

Both teams are 2-1 against the spread, so something will have to give in Chicago.
Disrespect the Bears at your own peril, they look a little different in the 2020 NFL

It Looks a Lot Like 2019

New England (2-1) at Kansas City (3-0): Tom Brady is in Tampa Bay, but it's hard to
tell from the way the Patriots have started the season.
Meanwhile, Kansas City appears to be on track to repeat as Super Bowl champion. The
Chiefs failed to cover in a close win at the Chargers, but otherwise are making it look
easy. Unless Brady shows up at halftime, the Patriots will have a tough time in Kansas

How Bad is the NFC East?

The teams in the NFC East are a combined 2-9-1 and just 2-10 against the spread. This
week, they all play 2-1 teams, with the Cowboys the only favorite, by four points over
Cleveland. Considering Dallas is 0-3 against the spread, it looks like betting against the
entire division wouldn't be a bad idea.

Last year, Philadelphia won the division with a 9-7 record, mainly due to the weakness of
the division. It looks like 2020 won't be much kinder to the NFC East.
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