Betting Odds and Picks for NFL Week 4

Posted by Eric Williams on May 25, 2016 in

If you’re a pro football betting enthusiast that just can’t wait until the start of the 2016 regular season, then you’re in luck! Thanks to the recently released NFL odds on each and every game through 16 weeks of the 2016 NFL regular season schedule, you can cash in right now in the online sportsbook! Okay, let’s get started.

Betting Odds and Picks for NFL Week 4



Thursday, September 29, 2016

Miami at Cincinnati (-6.5)

Analysis: Say what you like about enigmatic Cincinnati quarterback Andy Dalton…all I know is that I’ll take him every single time over mediocre Miami starter Ryan Tannehill! Dalton has led the Bengals to the postseason in each of his five seasons while Tannehill has never come close to sniffing a postseason berth in four years as Miami’s ‘franchise quarterback’ (that’s funny). As a matter of fact, Dalton was having the best season of his career a year ago, when an injury just before the end of the regular season derailed his and Cincy’s postseason plans. Still, Dalton tossed25 TD passes against just seven picks and compiled a jaw-dropping quarterback rating of 106.3 in 13 regular season starts.

Ryan Tannehill was as mediocre as ever in tossing 24 touchdown passes against a dozen interceptions wile posting a modest quarterback rating of 88.7. More importantly, Miami has never won more than seven games with Tannehill under center while Cincinnati has never won fewer than nine games with Dalton under center and not fewer than 10 wins in each of the last four seasons. Cincinnati is the better team in all three phases of the game and should get the easy win at home.

The Pick: Cincinnati 31 Miami 20

Sunday, October 2, 2016

Buffalo at New England (-7)

Analysis: While the New England Patriots are expected to compete for a berth in Super Bowl 51 in 2016 an the Buffalo Bills are just hoping to reach the postseason after underachieving in a big way last season, it is the Buffalo Bills that are my pick to cover the spread in this Week 4 pairing. For some strange reason, Rex Ryan teams seem to give the Patriots a tough way to go every time they meet as evidenced by the fact that the longtime AFC East division rivals split their to regular season meetings last season.

Even if Tom Brad doesn’t miss this game as part of his four-game Deflategate suspension, I’m going with the Bills to narrowly cover the NFL betting line and improve on their surprising 5-4-1 ATS mark I their last 10 road games against New England.


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The Pick: Buffalo 21 New England 17

Seattle (-2) at NY Jets

Analysis: I love Jets head coach Todd Bowles, but the fact of the matter is that New York is not in the same caliber of teams as Seattle, particularly with a muddied quarterback situation that has left piss-poor veteran Geno Smith as the current starter.

I know the Jets have gone 3-0 SU and ATS over their last three home games and 5-1 SU over their last half-dozen home dates, but Seattle has won six of their last seven road games while going 3-2 ATS over their last five games. Seattle has the better offense, defense and special teams in this pairing and an insane edge at quarterback with the incomparable Russell Wilson under center The Seahawks win outright to cover the spread in the online NFL sportsbook.

The Pick: Seattle 27 NY Jets 17