NFL Week 4 Betting Odds
Want to get a jump on your handicapping for Week 4 in the NFL? Start here, with a look at the betting odds for every matchup heading into Thursday night’s tilt between the Vikings and Rams.
According to oddsmakers from online sports book BetNow.eu, the Rams are 6.5-point favorites to beat the Vikings in L.A. on Thursday Night Football. The total, meanwhile, sits at 49.5 points after opening at 47.5. As of this writing, 74% of the public betting tickets are on the Rams to cover the point spread.
Shifting to Sunday’s early action, the Colts are 2.5-point home favorites to beat AFC South rival the Texans, who remain winless on the year following a loss to the Giants in Week 3. The Cowboys, meanwhile, are 3.5-point home favorites to beat the Lions despite Detroit pulling off the upset on Sunday Night Football over the Patriots. The Packers are also 10-point home favorites to beat the Bills, who shocked the nation by crushing the Vikings as 16.5-point road underdogs on Sunday.
Continuing with Sunday’s early games, the Bears are 2.5-point home favorites to beat the Bucs, the Jaguars are 8-point favorites to beat the Jets, and the Dolphins are 7.5-point road underdogs versus the now 1-2 Patriots. The Falcons are also 5.5-point home favorites to beat the Bengals despite losing yet another defensive starter (Ricardo Allen) to injury on Sunday. The upstart 2-1 Titans are also 3-point home dogs versus the Eagles.
In the late games, the Cardinals are 3-point dogs versus the visiting Seahawks, the Raiders are 3-point home favorites to beat the Browns, and the Giants are 3.5-point home dogs versus the Saints. Following Jimmy Garappolo’s potentially season-ending injury, the 49ers-Chargers line is not yet available.
The other primetime games this week are the Ravens versus the Steelers on Sunday Night Football, while the impressive 3-0 Chiefs will travel to Denver to take on the Broncos on Monday Night Football. While the Steelers are 3-point home favorites to beat the Ravens, the Broncos are 4-point home dogs to upend the 3-0 Chiefs.