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NFL WEEK 4: Our official predictions for who wins this weekend

It took us three weeks, but we finally had a winning week against the spread. Our week 3 picks went a profitable 9-7. This week, we’re back at it again. Every week, bettors and bookmakers learn more about each team, the lines get tighter and more difficult to beat. But that’s not going to stop us from trying again for Week 4.

Take a look below at our picks this week. All odds are provided by

OVERALL: 22-25-1

Byes: Carolina Panthers, Washington Redskins,

Minnesota Vikings (+7) at Los Angeles Rams

Our pick: Vikings +7

Why?: The Vikings fell apart against the Bills last weekend we think because they were too busy preparing to play the Rams on a short week. Take the Vikings and the points.

Cincinnati Bengals (+5.5) at Atlanta Falcons

Our pick: Bengals +5.5

Why?: The Falcons defense will be playing without two safeties and a linebacker. Even though Atlanta’s offense is strong, the Bengals should be able to keep it close. Take the points here.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Chicago Bears (-3)

Our pick: Bears -3

Why?: You don’t want to lay points with Mitch Trubisky, but this is the best defense that the Buccaneers have faced so far this season. Ryan Fitzpatrick showed glimpses of his old self last week before bouncing back in the second half, but Khalil Mack is too much to handle. Take the Bears to cover the spread.

Detroit Lions (+3) at Dallas Cowboys

Our pick: Lions +3

Why?: It will be a tough road game for the Lions, but they got to win to keep pace with the NFC North. Dallas has not been impressive so far this season. Take the Lions and the points.

Buffalo Bills at Green Bay Packers (-9.5)

Our pick: Packers -9.5

Why?: Aaron Rodgers hasn’t been very impressive the past two weeks, but the Packers are at home and should be able to beat the Bills. Its a lot of points, but we are going to lay them.

Philadelphia Eagles (-4) at Tennessee Titans

Our pick: Eagles -4

Why?: We don’t like betting against a home underdog, but Marcus Mariota is still dealing with an elbow injury that might make some throws difficult and the Eagles have Carson Wentz back under center.

Houston Texans at Indianapolis Colts (-1)

Our pick: Colts -1

Why?: The Colts took the Super Bowl champions to the brink last weekend, and are still looking for their first home win since the return of Andrew Luck. The Texans look lost. Take the colts.

Miami Dolphins at New England Patriots (-6.5)

Our pick: Patriots -6.5

Why?: The Patriots might not be the same team this year, but we’re betting that Bill Belichick won’t lose three straight games. The 3-0 Dolphins feel due for a slump. Take the Pats.

New York Jets (+7.5) at Jacksonville Jaguars

Our pick: Jaguars -7.5

Why?: Rookie quarterback Sam Darnold is facing off against the best secondary in football. I do not expect it to go well. Take the Jaguars to cover the spread.

Cleveland Browns at Oakland Raiders (-2.5)

Our pick: Raiders -2.5

Why?: The Cleveland Browns won their first game in two years on Thursday behind a brilliant effort from rookie quarterback Baker Mayfield, but winning two in a row feels like a big ask. Jon Gruden and his $100 million contract have to get a win at some point right? Take the Raiders to cover.

Seattle Seahawks at Arizona Cardinals (+3)

Our pick: Cardinals +3

Why?: Josh Rosen is a big unknown. When in doubt, take the home dog.

New Orleans Saints (-3.5) at New York Giants

Our pick: Giants +3.5

Why?: The Giants finally played up to their potential last week, and hopefully can keep it going at home. The Saints are coming off an overtime win against a division opponent, and playing their first outdoor game of the year. Take the points here.

San Francisco 49ers (-10) at Los Angeles Chargers

Our pick: Chargers -10

Why?: Laying 10 points with Philip Rivers isn’t ideal, but how many points can the 49ers offense manage with CJ Beathard coaching? Take the Chargers to cover.

Baltimore Ravens (+3) at Pittsburgh Steelers

Our pick: Ravens +3

Why?: These AFC North divisional games always end up to be close. We like the Ravens.

Kansas City Chiefs at Denver Broncos (+4.5)

Our pick: Broncos +4.5

Why?: Patrick Mahomes has managed to fuck us so far this season, but he hasn’t yet faced a test like the Broncos defense at Mile High. Take the home dog to cover.

Check out the latest NFL betting odds for Week 4.

George Newman
George Newman
Covers NFL, NBA, MLB and NHL for George is also an avid sports bettor and daily fantasy sports fan.

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