2018 NFL Week 4 Odds Overview & Predictions for Each Game.

2018 NFL Week 4 Odds Overview & Predictions for Each Game

Written by on September 24, 2018

What year is this? The Miami Dolphins are atop the AFC East and the Chicago Bears are leading the NFC North. Who saw that coming back in the preseason? Here’s a quick look at every game for NFL Week 4 with our NFL odds. The Redskins and Panthers are on the bye – it’s the first week of byes.

2018 NFL Week 4 Odds, Overview & Predictions for Each Game

Minnesota Vikings at LA Rams

  • NFL Week 4 Odds: Rams (-6.5)
This is the Thursday night game and one of the best TNF matchups we have seen since the league started doing these weekly 12 years ago. Although, the Vikings clearly were caught looking ahead to this as they were shocked as 17-point home favorites on Sunday by the Buffalo Bills.

The Vikes didn’t have the top running back Dalvin Cook but he says he’ll go here. The Rams are 3-0 and look like the NFL’s best team. Their closest game has been 12 points – which was what they beat the Chargers by on Sunday. Go Rams.

Cincinnati Bengals at Atlanta Falcons

  • NFL Week 4 Odds: Falcons -5.5
In the 2011 draft, the Bengals took Georgia receiver AJ Green at No. 4 overall and the Falcons took Alabama’s Julio Jones at No. 6. Who is better? We may not see Green here, though, as he left Sunday’s loss to Carolina with an injury. Too early to say if he’ll play. Atlanta lost at home to New Orleans to drop to 1-2. Take Falcons.

Tampa Bay Bucs at Chicago Bears

  • NFL Week 4 Odds: Bears -2.5
This line might change depending on what Tampa does Monday night when it hosts Pittsburgh. This is the game where Bucs starting QB Jameis Winston comes off his suspension, but it would be a surprise if the team benches Ryan Fitzpatrick with how well he’s playing – entering Monday, anyways. At 2-1, the Bears are atop the NFC North. Bet Bears.

Detroit Lions at Dallas Cowboys

  • NFL Week 4 Odds: Cowboys -3.5
Detroit hosted New England on Sunday night looking to avoid 0-3. The Cowboys have played two road games and looked offensively terrible in losing both – including Sunday in Seattle. They did win their lone home game against the Giants. Go Dallas.

Buffalo Bills at Green Bay Packers

  • NFL Week 4 Odds: Packers -10.5
I wonder how many Survivor Pools the Bills ruined on Sunday with their shocking win in Minnesota? Josh Allen outplayed Kirk Cousins because, sure, we all expected that. The Packers should be 0-3 but are 1-1-1 following Sunday’s loss at the Redskins. Aaron Rodgers’ knee isn’t right. Go Packers.

Philadelphia Eagles at Tennessee Titans

  • NFL Week 4 Odds: Eagles -3
Carson Wentz’s return from his torn ACL was a success Sunday as the Eagles beat the Colts. Tennessee won the ugliest game of the year against Jacksonville as Marcus Mariota wasn’t supposed to play due to injury but came off the bench when Blaine Gabbert went down. Pick Eagles.

Houston Texans at Indianapolis Colts

  • NFL Week 4 Odds: Colts -2.5
How is Houston 0-3? Way too much talent on that team to be winless. The Colts nearly pulled the upset Sunday in Philly but lost late to fall to 1-2. Go Indy.

Miami Dolphins at New England Patriots

  • NFL Week 4 Odds: Patriots -7.5
This line could change depending on what the Patriots do Sunday night in Detroit – Josh Gordon was inactive for that one so he should debut here. Pretty sure no one expected the Dolphins to be 3-0. Go with New England.

NY Jets at Jacksonville Jaguars

  • NFL Week 4 Odds: Jaguars -8.5
Jacksonville played so great last Sunday in a win over the Patriots, only to fall totally flat in a Week 3 loss to the Titans. That’s Blake Bortles for you. The Jets on extra rest after losing Thursday in Cleveland. Take the Jags.

Cleveland Browns at Oakland Raiders

  • NFL Week 4 Odds: Raiders -2.5
Think Jon Gruden regrets returning to coaching with his Raiders team a winless mess? The Browns, meanwhile, ended their 19-game winless streak Thursday by rallying past the Jets. The Browns are ready to an upset against the Raiders in NFL Week 4. This is now Baker Mayfield’s team. Pick Oakland.

Seattle Seahawks at Arizona Cardinals

  • NFL Week 4 Odds: Seahawks -3.5
Arizona is god-awful, but Seattle’s not much better. Will it be Sam Bradford or rookie Josh Rosen under center for the Cardinals? Probably the rook. Bet Arizona.

New Orleans Saints at New York Giants

  • NFL Week 4 Odds: Saints -3

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Drew Brees became the NFL’s all-time completions king in Sunday’s shootout win in Atlanta. The Giants got coach Pat Shurmur his first win as they upset the Texans in Houston. Take Saints.

San Francisco 49ers at LA Chargers

  • NFL Week 4 Odds: Charges -9.5
No team had a worse Sunday than the Niners, who lost in Kansas City and also likely lost quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo to a season-ending injury. That will be officially determined Monday. The Bolts are 1-2 and their defense is a mess. Take L.A.

Baltimore Ravens at Pittsburgh Steelers

  • NFL Week 4 Odds: Steelers -3
Sunday night. These teams usually play physical, close games. Short week for the Steelers, though, after visiting Tampa on Monday. Take Pittsburgh.

Kansas City Chiefs at Denver Broncos

  • NFL Week 4 Odds: Chiefs -4
Chiefs second-year QB Patrick Mahomes is the NFL MVP right now. Hands down. Amazing what he’s doing. The Broncos are 2-1 after losing in Baltimore on Sunday. Take Denver in an upset.