NFL Odds for Week 4

Last updated on December 7th, 2018 at 11:29 am

The NFL’s week 3 was just as surprising as week 2. And while we may be seeing a trend here, remember that this early on in the NFL season, anything can happen. It makes for a very exciting betting experience, and it sure has kept every Pay Per Head Bookie busy for the past 3 weeks. Week 4 can also be just as exciting, if not very entertaining. Here are a few odds and betting trends for Week 4 of the NFL.

NFL Odds, trends, and more

Indiapolis Colts (-1.5) against Houston Texans

The Colts will be hosting the Texans, who are 1.5 home favorites. The Texans are winless still, and the defense of the Colts are amazing so far. So far, they have a total of 10 sacks in just the first three weeks of the season. Of course, this is just unfortunate for the Texans, who have the worst offensive lines so far, allowing 10 sacks. The Colts may be a great pick for this game, as they could easily surpass the 1.5-point spread for the game (they are 8-point favorites).

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+3) against the Chicago Bears

Those who love betting on the underdog will love betting for the Buccaneers as they play at Chicago this week. The Bears have had quite a struggle last week against the Cardinals, and many question it, if they will do the same with Tampa.

New England Patriots (-6.5) against the Miami Dolphins

By now, you should have checked for pay per head reviews and picked one because you are missing out on games like these to earn money on. The Dolphins are 6.5 underdogs (road), but The Patriots are just very good at beating the Dolphins at home. They’ve won 8 straight games against the Dolphins, averaging about 14-point margins.

Philadelphia Eagles (-4) against the Tennessee Titans

The Titans are having a bit of trouble with their offense, while the Eagles’ offense may turn around for the better with QB Carson Wentz returning.

Atlanta Falcons (-5) against the Cincinnati Bengals

The Bengals are getting a lot of action as they play against the Falcons on the road. The Falcons have been doing well historically around this period at home. Also, they also have a chance to win a game given the injuries of certain players in the Bengals.