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NFL Week 4: Making a case for the underdog

NFL Week 4 kicks of with the Packers VS the Eagles on Thursday Night Football. We make a case for betting the underdog in NFL Week 4.

Philadelphia Eagles at Green Bay Packers (-4.5)

Philadelphia could be healthier than it was on Sunday, and it stands to reason Carson Wentz plays better as well.

Carolina Panthers at Houston Texans (-5)

Kyle Allen is a virtually unknown quantity to this juncture, but he threw four touchdowns in his pro debut. Maybe he’s one of the great stories this season.

Cleveland Browns at Baltimore Ravens (-7)

The Browns are desperate as hell. They are also a talented football team that has enough playmakers to make Baltimore pay with the deep ball if it’s actually called by Freddie Kitchens.

Kansas City Chiefs (-6) at Detroit Lions

The Lions are undefeated because they are forcing turnovers, getting good play from Matthew Stafford and winning in the defensive red zone. They’ll need all that and more on Sunday.

Los Angeles Chargers (-16.5) at Miami Dolphins

The Dolphins are bound to win a game this year. That’s it. That’s the argument.


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New England Patriots (-7) at Buffalo Bills

Buffalo is 3-0 and New Era Field will be jumping like none other on Sunday. If any team is going to get an emotional lift from the fans, it’s the Bills this weekend.

Oakland Raiders at Indianapolis Colts (-7)

The Raiders know a loss here puts them at 1-3 and likely on the way to another top-10 draft pick. The Colts are good, but they have weaknesses.

Tennessee Titans at Atlanta Falcons (-4)

Tennessee is on a two-game losing stream but this matchup isn’t horrible. The Titans should win big on the line of scrimmage, especially when their defense is on the field.

Washington Redskins at New York Giants (-3)

The Redskins know the Giants, and Washington is going to be pressing for its first win. Beyond that, not a ton of hope for D.C. until Dwayne Haskins steps to the fore.

Seattle Seahawks (-4.5) at Arizona Cardinals

The Cardinals have played two tight games, and Kyler Murray has shown flashes. Meanwhile, the Seahawks almost lost to the Steelers and Bengals. Not two world-beaters.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Los Angeles Rams (-9)

The Buccaneers are getting better play from both their defense and Jameis Winston. This week is a tall order, but the talent is there to make this a shootout.


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Jacksonville Jaguars at Denver Broncos (-3)

The Broncos are winless, and Gardner Minshew looks like the real deal.

Minnesota Vikings at Chicago Bears (-2.5)

The Vikings have the better roster and despite the issues of Kirk Cousins, the considerably better quarterback.

Dallas Cowboys (-3) at New Orleans Saints

The Saints are going to be at homier the Superdome on a primetime telecast. The place will be rocking.

Cincinnati Bengals at Pittsburgh Steelers (-4)

Cincinnati is getting Mason Rudolph, not Ben Roethlisberger. Enough said.

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