Week 3 of the NFL season ended with the Kansas City Chiefs scoring a massive win over the Baltimore Ravens on Monday night. The defending Super Bowl champions are now 3-0 to start the season and have made it clear that they are not about to be easily dethroned. Throughout the rest of Week 3, we saw several other teams shoe that they are going to be a force to be reckoned with in the coming weeks, with the Green Bay Packers emerging as the favorites to win the NFC. With every team in the league still having 13 games to play, it’s probably not a good idea to get too carried away by the results of the opening 3 weeks, but it is still fun to start thinking about what the playoffs might look like this season. We are not quite ready to make that leap, so let’s instead focus on our O./U picks for Week 4 so you can start making your bets against their NFL odds.
Week 4 O/U Picks for the 2020 Season | NFL Betting
Indianapolis Colts at Chicago Bears (OVER 45)
The Chicago Bears are, somewhat surprisingly sitting at 3-0 to start the season. I say that this is surprising because this is a team that appears to have a QB issue. Mitch Trubisky maintained the starter role despite a poor season last year, but he was yanked in favor of Nick Foles in Week 3. Foles engineered a comeback win versus the Falcons and will likely start again this weekend when the Bears host the Colts. Indianapolis are 2-1 and have seen 10 of their last 12 games played in Week 4 go OVER the point total. The OVER has hit in 5 of the last 7 games that the Bears have hosted the Colts.
Cleveland Browns at Dallas Cowboys (OVER 55 ½)
You need to go back a long way to find the last time the Cleveland Browns had a winning record, but here we are heading into Week 4 of the season with the Browns sitting at 2-1. They will be on the road this weekend to face a Dallas team that is one again proving to be a disappointment. The sole positive point for the Cowboys is that they are in the truly awful NFC East, so 1-2 is still good enough to keep them in touch at the top. These are a pair of teams that have become used to playing in high scoring games, with each of the seeing 5 of their last 7 go OVER. I think we get more of the same here.
Seattle Seahawks at Miami Dolphins (OVER 54 ½)
While it is much too early to be talking about a potential MVP this season, but there are a few players who have stood out in the early going. Russell Wilson of the Seattle Seahawks is very much in that group, as he has been lights out through the opening 3 weeks of the season. Seattle is now 3-0 on the year and have what looks to be a straightforward road trip to Miami this weekend. There is a lot to like here when looking at the OVER, most notably that 12 of the last 16 games that the Seahawks have played versus teams from the AFC.