NFL Week 4 Odds Comparison and Line Movement

We’re back for our NFL week 4 odds comparison and line movement guide to start the week.

We hope everyone had a successful week, but if you didn’t, it’s not over yet.

Check out our Chiefs vs. Ravens Week 3 Picks for Monday Night Football. The game is a few hours away and we can’t wait to watch the Patrick Mahomes vs. Lamar Jackson showdown.

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NFL Week 3 Betting Recap

Favorites have gone 8-7 ATS in week 3 with the MNF still pending. Five underdogs that covered ATS also won their game straight-up (Dolphins, Bears, Panthers, Lions and Packers).

The over has gone 9-6 so far this week and the over is now hitting at 61.7% (29-18) this season. We expect the bookies to continue adjusting game totals (over/under) and we’ll see regression soon.

Minnesota were the only home underdog to cover ATS in week 3.

Only the Packers and Seahawks are 3-0 ATS this season, but if the Ravens cover tonight, they’ll join them as the only teams to remain undefeated against the spread in 2020.

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NFL Week 4 Betting Odds (Opening Lines)

Here’s the NFL week 4 schedule, along with the opening odds and current odds.

We analyze the early line movement, so you can see where the money is going early in the week, which will help when narrowing down your picks for the upcoming week of NFL betting action.

Broncos vs. Jets – Opening Line: Broncos –2.5 / Current Line: Broncos –3

Cardinals vs. Panthers – Opening Line: Cardinals –5 / Current Line: Cardinals –3.5

Ravens vs. Washington – Opening Line: Ravens –13 / Current Line: Ravens –13.5

Browns vs. Cowboys – Opening Line: Cowboys –5.5 / Current Line: Cowboys –4.5

Colts vs. Bears – Opening Line: Colts –2 / Current Line: Colts –3

Jaguars vs. Bengals – Opening Line: Bengals –3 / Current Line: Bengals –3

Chargers vs. Buccaneers – Opening Line: Buccaneers –5 / Current Line: Buccaneers –7.5

Vikings vs. Texans – Opening Line: Texans –3 / Current Line: Texans –4

Saints vs. Lions – Opening Line: Saints –5.5 / Current Line: Saints –4

Steelers vs. Titans – Opening Line: Titans –2 / Current Line: Titans –1.5

Seahawks vs. Dolphins – Opening Line: Seahawks –7 / Current Line: Seahawks –6.5

Giants vs. Rams – Opening Line: Rams –10 / Current Line: Rams –12.5

Bills vs. Raiders – Opening Line: Bills –1.5 / Current Line: Bills –3

Patriots vs. Chiefs – Opening Line: Chiefs –7.5 / Current Line: Chiefs –7

Eagles vs. 49ers – Opening Line: 49ers –3.5 / Current Line: 49ers –6

Falcons vs. Packers – Opening Line: Packers –5.5 / Current Line: Packers –7

Three games have already seen the point spread move multiple points.

The Bucs have gone from –5 to –7.5, the Rams have gone from –10 to –12.5 and the 49ers have gone from –3.5 to –6 since NFL week 4 betting lines were released.

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What NFL Week 4 Betting Lines Stand Out?

You can check out live NFL week 4 odds to see when a spread hits our target.

I’ll be keeping an eye on the Cardinals (2-1) point spread. If it drops to Cardinals –3, I’ll buy.

The Redskins (1-2) just lost to the Browns (2-1) by 14 points, so it’s likely the Ravens (2-0) will cover the big spread. If the Ravens cover ATS tonight then this spread will likely move to two touchdowns.

If the Saints (2-1) spread drops to a FG, I’ll jump on them. They struggled in week 2, but in week 3 they just ran into a hot Packers team. They should bounce back against the Lions (1-2).

I’m on the Seahawks at –6.5 against the Dolphins and expect this spread to climb this week. The 49ers (2-1) at –6 against the winless Eagles (0-2-1) is standing out as well and will continue to jump.

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Scott is a millennial (born in 1989) who grew up in Toronto, Canada and he has never left the big city. He grew up playing a few sports (hockey, soccer and baseball) when he was younger. His favorite sport was hockey and he played goalie. He still likes to get out to the rinks to play some pick-up with his buddies.


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His best sports memory was when the Raptors were crowned the 2019 NBA Champions. Unfortunately, he’s still waiting for the Maple Leafs to win a Stanley Cup during his lifetime.


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