2016 Week 4 ATS Betting Picks

2016 Week 4 ATS Betting Picks

Written by on August 1, 2016

Okay pigskin players, if you’re looking for some expert online NFL betting picks to bet against the spread, then you’ve certainly come to the right place! With the 2016 regular season quickly approaching, the full slate of Week 4 picks that you’re about to get will assist you in your efforts to cash in early and often over the course of the coming campaign. With that said, let’s get started.

Here’s a Look at the 2016 Week 4 ATS Betting Picks

Thursday, September 29, 2016

Miami Dolphins at Cincinnati Bengals (-6.5)

The Cincinnati Bengals may have failed to win a single postseason game in five straight tries, but Andy Dalton and company are far superior to Ryan Tannehill and the Fins and will cover the NFL betting odds with room to spare in this Week 4 matchup.

Sunday, October 2, 2016

Indianapolis Colts vs. Jacksonville Jaguars (+3.5)

I like the improvements the Jacksonville Jaguars made late last season, but I just don’t see the Jags beating Andrew Luck or covering the spread against a Colts team intent on getting their AFC South title back in 2016.

Tennessee Titans at Houston Texans (-7)

The Houston Texans are superior to the Tennessee Titans in every way and should win this Week 4 AFC South divisional battle by double digits!

Cleveland Browns at Washington Redskins (-7.5)

The Washington Redskins may be the better team right now, but I like Cleveland and RG3 to cover the spread with room to spare as the Browns go all out to help their new quarterback extract some revenge for ‘doing him dirty’! Cleveland covers the spread !

Seattle Seahawks at New York Jets (+2)

The Jets may have re-signed Ryan Fitzpatrick, but New York is still inferior to a Seattle Seahawks team that plays very well on the road. Russell Wilson and the Seahawks cover in a tighter-than- expected affair!

Buffalo Bills at New England Patriots (-7)

This Week 4 AFC East divisional battle is an easy call. Rex Ryan teams always seem to give the Patriots trouble and this matchup will be no different, especially with Tom Brady out. The Bills cover with room to spare!

Carolina Panthers at Falcons (+3.5)

The Falcons were the only team to beat the Panthers in the regular season a year ago and they’re my pick to cover the spread again, mostly because they’re playing at home and know their NFC South division rivals as well as any team in the league.

Oakland Raiders at Baltimore Ravens (-2)

The Raiders may be the sexy pick to improve in a big way in 2016, but for me, I believe the return of Joe Flacco makes the Ravens a dangerous bunch – even if Baltimore isn’t the same defensive juggernaut they used to be. Baltimore wins and covers the NFL betting line by the slimmest of margins.

Detroit Lions at Chicago Bears (-1.5)

While I’m not real fond of the Chicago Bears and believe the Detroit Lions could make the playoffs this coming season, I like Chi-Town to get the win and ATS cover against their NFC North division rivals as part of a likely regular season series split.

Broncos at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+2.5)

I like Jameis Winston a lot, but the Tampa Buccaneers weren’t too bright to fire former head coach Lovie Smith. This Week 4 matchup against the defending champs will back up my sentiments as Tampa Bay loses and fails to cover the spread.

Los Angeles Rams at Arizona Cardinals (-7)

The Los Angeles Rams are inferior to the Arizona Cardinals in all three phases of the game and will go down hard in this Week 4 road date against their NFC West division rivals.

New Orleans Saints at San Diego Chargers (-3)

The Saints and Chargers are both offensively explosive, but mostly incompetent defensively. The Bolts narrowly cover in a high-scoring affair that sees both, Drew Brees and Philip Rivers top the 300-yard passing yardage plateau.

Dallas Cowboys at San Francisco 49ers (+3)

The Dallas Cowboys have legitimate playoff hopes while most NFL observers expect the Niners to be mediocre at best in Chip Kelly’s debut season. Still, something tells me that San Francisco will cover the spread in a hard-fought contest that goes down to the wire.

Kansas City Chiefs at Pittsburgh Steelers (-4)

With gifted dual-threat running back Le’Veon Bell out for four weeks, the Pittsburgh Steelers will almost assuredly be a one dimensional bunch in this Week 4 matchup against Kansas City. I like the Chiefs to cover the spread, even if they don’t win outright, which, by the way, is a very realistic possibility.

Monday, October 3, 2016

New York Giants at Minnesota Vikings (6)

The Giants have an explosive offense but they’ll find outing points on the board against the stingy Vikings difficult. Conversely, I expect Teddy Bridgewater and Adrian Peterson to torch New York’s uninspiring defense while leading the Vikes to the ATS cover.