Online Expert Picks For Every NFL Week 4 Matchup

Posted by Eric Williams on Wednesday,September 28, 2016 6:32, EST in

Thanks to the bettor-friendly management at MyBookie and the expert NFL betting analysis and free picks that you’re about to get on every game on the Week 4 NFL docket, you’re going to have a great chance to cash in early and often this coming weekend.

With kickoff time for Thursday night’s matchup quickly approaching, let’s get started.

Analyzing The Online Expert Picks For Every NFL Week 4 Matchup

 

 

Thursday, September 29 at 8:25 PM ET

Miami at Cincinnati -7

The Cincinnati Bengals will look to snap a two-game losing streak in this contest after losing their first home opener since 2011 a week ago. The Bengals won’t have any problem beating a mediocre Miami team that struggled to get past lowly Cleveland last weekend.

My Pick: Cincinnati 31 Miami 21

Sunday, October 2 2016

Indianapolis -2.5 at Jacksonville 9:30 AM ET

Analysis: The winless Jaguars will be in all-out ‘desperation mode’ in their Week 4 AFC South division matchup against the Indianapolis Colts, but Jacksonville’s 27th-rankedscoring offense won’t be able to put enough points on the board to keep up with Andrew Luck and company.

My Pick: Indianapolis 28 Jacksonville 21

Detroit at Chicago +2 at 1:00 PM ET

The winless Chicago Bears will be going all-out in this Week 4 matchup against their NFC North division rivals, but they’re not getting the win, even at home. Simply put, the Lions will basically outscore the Bears in this affair to improve on their 5-2 ATS mark in their last seven games against Chicago.

My Pick: Detroit 27 Chicago 21

Tennessee +6.5 at Houston at 1:00 PM ET

Analysis: I like the way the Tennessee Titans have played competitive football all season and I believe they are an excellent pick to cover the spread at the very least in this Week 4 matchup. Both of these teams are only averaging a modest 14.0 points per game, but Tennessee is limiting its opponents to an impressive 19.0 points per game to Houston’s 17.6 points allowed per contest.

My Pick: Houston 24 Tennessee 21

Buffalo at New England 1:00 PM ET

Analysis: The Pats shut out Houston as rookie third-string backup Jacoby Brisett made his first NFL start. The Bills got their first win of the 2016 season by manhandling dysfunctional Arizona in Week 3. I say, the Pats have to lose one game without Tom Brady and this one is it!

My Pick: Buffalo 24 New England 21

Carolina -3.5 at Atlanta 1:00 PM ET

Analysis: The Carolina Panthers will be in all-out ‘desperation mode’ after getting completely manhandled in their humbling 22-10 Week 3 loss to Minnesota. The Falcons were the only team in the league to beat the Panthers last season, but sheer desperation will lead the Panthers to the win and ATS cover in this affair.

My Pick: Carolina 31 Atlanta 27

Oakland +4 at Baltimore at 1:00 PM ET

Oakland’s second-ranked offense will take on Baltimore’s second-ranked defense in this Week 4 AFC matchup. The unbeaten Ravens are 4-1 ATS in their last 5 home games and have plenty of motivation to beat Oakland after falling to the blossoming Raiders 37-33 last season. Maybe it’s me, but I smell another upset!

My Pick: Oakland 27 Baltimore 24

Seattle at NY Jets at 1:00 PM ET

The NY Jets will look to bounce back from their horrific 24-3 loss against Kansas City in Week 3 while the Seattle Seahawks look to build on their impressive 37-18 blowout over San Francisco last weekend. Jets quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick threw an insane six interceptions in last week’s loss and that doesn’t bode well against a Seattle defense that has yet to give up more than 18 points this season.

My Pick: Seattle 27 NY Jets 20

Cleveland +10 at Washington at 1:00 PM ET

Analysis: The Washington Redskins got their first win of the season by coming back against the Giants in Week 3, but I like the Cleveland Browns to get the ATS cover as a double-digit road underdog in this matchup.  Shockingly, Cleveland (28.0 ppg) is also allowing fewer points per game defensively than Washington (30.6 ppg).

My Pick: Washington 28 Cleveland 27

Denver -3 at Tampa Bay at 4:05 PM ET

Analysis: I have no idea why the Denver Broncos aren’t a bigger favorite here seeing as how they’ve basically pounded all three of their opponents into submission this season while the Tampa Bay Buccaneers got completely undressed in their last outing. Denver’s voracious defense that has already bottled up Cam Newton, Andrew Luck and Andy Dalton in their first three games and now, Jameis Winston is next!

My Pick: Denver 28 Tampa Bay 20

Dallas -3 at San Francisco 4:25 PM ET

The Dallas Cowboys will look to win their third straight game with rookie Dak Prescott under center while the San Francisco 49ers look to snap a two-game skid in this contest. Dallas is ranked an identical 10th in scoring (25.6 ppg) and 10th in points allowed (20.0 ppg) and has been revitalized by rookies Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott. The 49ers have given up at least 37 points in each of their last two games and Dallas has won four of the last six meetings against San Francisco overall.

My Pick: Dallas 31 San Francisco 27

Los Angeles at Arizona -8 at 4:25 PM ET

Analysis: Believe it or not, the Los Angeles Rams have found a way to win two straight in polar-opposite fashion and that should be encouraging to their betting backers in this one. L.A. stunned Seattle in a hard-fought 9-3 defensive battle in Week 2 before beating Tampa Bay 37-32 in a high-scoring affair on Sunday. With Arizona going 1-5 ATS in its last six home games and 2-7 ATS in its last nine home games and the Rams going 5-2 ATS in their last seven games, I like L.A. to find a way to cover the NFL betting line.

My Pick: Arizona 27 L.A. Rams 24

New Orleans at San Diego -3.5 at 4:25 PM ET

Total: 53.5

The New Orleans Saints are completely desperate after falling to 0-3 following their humbling 45-32 loss against Atlanta on Monday night. Unfortunately, the Saints’ defense has been non-existent this season as New Orleans ranks an awful 31st in points allowed (32.0 ppg). The San Diego Chargers suffered their second heartbreaking loss this season in their narrow 26-22 Week 3 loss against Indianapolis.

The Saints are ranked ninth in scoring (26.3 ppg) behind future Hall of fame quarterback Drew Brees while San Diego is ranked 19th in points allowed (24. 3 ppg). There won’t be much defense played in this one. Take the Over 53.5 total points.

My Pick: Over 53.5 Total Points

Kansas City +5 at Pittsburgh

Analysis: Kansas City completely overwhelmed the Jets in their commanding 24-3 Week 3 win while Pittsburgh got thoroughly outplayed in their stunning 34-3 loss to Philadelphia and star rookie quarterback Carson Wentz. The Chiefs lock-down defense picked off New York Ryan Fitzpatrick an insane six times in the win while Pittsburgh allowed Wentz to toss two TD passes and no interceptions. I like the Chiefs’ defense to get after Ben Roethlisberger much like Philly’s defense did this past weekend while the Chiefs get just enough offense to make the outright road upset hold up.

My Pick: Kansas City 27 Pittsburgh 24

NY Giants at Minnesota -4

Analysis: The Giants got off to a nice start against Dallas last week, but played uninspired football in the second half before falling to the Skins late. Now, the G-Men face a Minnesota Vikings team that suddenly looks rock-solid on both sides of the ball.

The Giants are 0-4-1 ATS in their last five games and 2-3-2 ATS in their last seven road games. Minnesota has compiled a perfect 5-0 ATS mark in their last five games while winning six of their last seven games and 10 of their last 13 home games outright. Simply put, Minnesota wins handily!

My Pick: Minnesota 30 NY Giants 17