NFL Week 4 Betting Preview for Bookies
NFL Week 4 should provide as much great betting action as NFL Week 3. Before getting in on the action, check out what online bookies are thinking!
NFL Week 4 Betting Preview & Predictions
NFL Week 4 Games – Layoff Account Must Use
- Houston Texans at Indianapolis Colts -1.5
- New York Jets at Jacksonville Jaguars -7.5
- Philadelphia Eagles -4 at Tennessee Titans
- Seattle Seahawks -3 at Arizona Cardinals
- San Francisco 49’ers at L.A. Chargers -10.5
- Kansas City Chiefs -5 at Denver Broncos
Pay per head agents will use their layoff accounts on the favored teams in the above list. The Colts were -3 favorites until a big drop to -1.5. Since then, betting has gone the other way on Indianapolis. Around 60% of bettors favor the Jaguars to cover the 7.5 while the same percentage of bettors favor the Eagles to cover the -4 over Tennessee.
Seattle has garnered the most support at over 70% to beat the Cardinals by at least 4 points. San Francisco quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo is out for the season. The Chargers are massive favorites, but almost every NFL handicapper believes the Bolts cover.
Over 65% believe the Chiefs cover against the Denver Broncos.
NFL Week 4 Games – Max Betting Limits on Money Line Bets
- Miami Dolphins +240 at New England Patriots
- Detroit Lions +130 at Dallas Cowboys
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers +140 at Chicago Bears
- Cleveland Browns +120 at Oakland Raiders
- Baltimore Ravens +145 at Pittsburgh Steelers
Online bookie agents should set max betting limits on the above-listed underdogs. Buffalo beat Minnesota last week as a +17 dog. The Bills provided the third biggest money line upset in NFL history. After some bookie agents had to pay out on Buffalo at massive money line odds, moving forward all bookies are setting max betting limits on all NFL dogs that attract wagers against the spread.
Miami, Detroit, Tampa Bay, Cleveland, and Baltimore have attracted more wagers against the spread in NFL Week 4 than their opponents. Sports bettors should expect to see max betting limits when they make wagers on each of the above underdog teams.
So far, parity has reigned in the NFL. That means per head agents must use their layoff accounts and set max betting limits no matter the matchup. Sports bettors must keep that in mind as they handicap NFL Week 4 games.
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