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NFL Odds for Week 4

The Bye Weeks are here! Cincinnati, Cleveland, Denver, Arizona, St. Louis and Seattle are all inactive.

The NFL Season is in full swing and the race is on to see who will play in Super Bowl XLIX taking place Sunday, February 1, 2015 at the University of Phoenix Stadium, in Glendale, Arizona. The Philadelphia Eagles enter week 4 of the NFL season as the league’s only active unbeaten team. Also unbeaten are the inactive Arizona Cardinals and Cincinnati Bengals, both on a bye this week. The Eagles will be trying to make it 4-0 when they visit the west coast to take on the San Francisco 49ers.

Here are the current NFL Standings for the 2014/15 season showing each team’s overall record and other useful betting information, including W/L record, Points scored/Points against, Home record, Away record, Conference and Divisional records, ATS and O/U record.

AFC Standings

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AFC EastWLTPFPAHomeAwayAFCNFCDIVATSO/U
Buffalo21062521-1-01-0-01-1-01-0-01-0-02-1-00-3-0
New England21066491-0-01-1-01-1-01-0-00-1-01-2-01-2-0
Miami12058831-1-00-1-01-2-00-0-01-1-01-2-02-1-0
N.Y. Jets12062721-1-00-1-01-0-00-2-00-0-00-2-12-1-0
AFC NorthWLTPFPAHomeAwayAFCNFCDIVATSO/U
Cincinnati30080332-0-01-0-02-0-01-0-01-0-03-0-00-3-0
Baltimore21065501-1-01-0-02-1-00-0-02-1-01-1-11-2-0
Pittsburgh21073721-0-01-1-01-1-01-0-01-1-01-2-02-1-0
Cleveland12074771-1-00-1-00-2-01-0-00-2-02-0-13-0-0
AFC SouthWLTPFPAHomeAwayAFCNFCDIVATSO/U
Houston21064501-0-01-1-01-0-01-1-00-0-02-1-02-1-0
Indianapolis12095780-1-01-1-01-1-00-1-01-0-02-1-03-0-0
Tennessee12043690-1-01-1-01-1-00-1-00-0-01-2-00-3-0
Jacksonville030441190-1-00-2-00-1-00-2-00-1-00-3-03-0-0
AFC WestWLTPFPAHomeAwayAFCNFCDIVATSO/U
Denver21075672-0-00-1-02-0-00-1-01-0-00-3-01-2-0
San Diego21069491-0-01-1-01-0-01-1-00-0-03-0-01-2-0
Kansas City12061650-1-01-1-01-2-00-0-00-1-02-1-01-2-0
Oakland03037650-1-00-2-00-3-00-0-00-0-02-1-01-2-0

NFC Standings

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NFC EastWLTPFPAHomeAwayAFCNFCDIVATSO/U
Philadelphia300101782-0-01-0-02-0-01-0-01-0-02-1-03-0-0
Dallas21077690-1-02-0-01-0-01-1-00-0-02-1-01-2-0
N.Y. Giants12058771-1-00-1-01-0-00-2-00-0-01-2-02-1-0
Washington12081641-0-00-2-01-1-00-1-00-1-02-1-02-1-0
NFC NorthWLTPFPAHomeAwayAFCNFCDIVATSO/U
Detroit21061452-0-00-1-00-0-02-1-01-0-02-1-01-2-0
Chicago21075620-1-02-0-01-1-01-0-00-0-02-1-02-1-0
Minnesota12050560-1-01-1-00-1-01-1-00-0-01-2-00-3-0
Green Bay12054791-0-00-2-01-0-00-2-00-1-00-2-12-1-0
NFC SouthWLTPFPAHomeAwayAFCNFCDIVATSO/U
Carolina21063581-1-01-0-00-1-02-0-01-0-02-1-01-2-0
Atlanta210103722-0-00-1-00-1-02-0-02-0-02-1-02-1-0
New Orleans12078721-0-00-2-00-1-01-1-00-1-01-2-02-1-0
Tampa Bay03045950-2-00-1-00-0-00-3-00-2-00-3-01-2-0
NFC WestWLTPFPAHomeAwayAFCNFCDIVATSO/U
Arizona30066452-0-01-0-01-0-02-0-01-0-02-1-00-3-0
Seattle21083662-0-00-1-01-1-01-0-00-0-02-1-02-1-0
San Francisco12062680-1-01-1-00-0-01-2-00-1-01-2-01-2-0
St. Louis12056850-2-01-0-00-0-01-2-00-0-01-2-01-2-0

bet365 Sports 728x90 18 - NFL Odds for Week 4

Here’s a look at all of the NFL match ups and NFL Odds for Week 4:

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[tabs_head][tab_title]Giants at Redskins[/tab_title][tab_title]Packers at Bears[/tab_title][tab_title]Titans at Colts[/tab_title][tab_title]Bills at Texans[/tab_title][tab_title]Panthers at Ravens[/tab_title][tab_title]Lions at Jets[/tab_title][tab_title]Buccaneers at Steelers[/tab_title][tab_title]Dolphins at Raiders[/tab_title][tab_title]Jaguars at Chargers[/tab_title][tab_title]Falcons at Vikings[/tab_title][tab_title]Eagles at 49ers[/tab_title][tab_title]Saints at Cowboys[/tab_title][tab_title]Patriots at Chiefs[/tab_title][tab_title]Bye Week Teams[/tab_title][/tabs_head]

Thursday September 25th

N.Y. Giants (3rd – NFC East) at Washington (4th – NFC East) at FedEx Field KICK OFF – 8:25 PM ET

  • Spread: New York (+3.0 at 10/11, Washington (-3.0) at 10/11
  • Over/Under: 45.0 points – 10/11
  • To Win: New York 29/20, Washington 20/33
  • Head to Head: Giants have gone 2-5 ATS in their last seven meetings
  • Match up Summary: The Giants earned their first win of the season in week three with a 30-17 win over the Houston Texans. Quarterback Eli Manning and the rest of the offense finally woke up as he went 21 for 28 with a pair of touchdowns and 234 yards. He also avoided avoid throwing a pick during a game for the first time this year. Manning may finally be on track now and if he is the Redskins cold be in trouble and in danger of losing two in a row as they were beaten 37-34 by the Eagles on Sunday.
  • New York Giants:
    • Overall Record: 1-2
    • Record Against the Spread (won-lost-push): 1-2-0
    • Home Record: 1-1
    • Away Record: 0-1
    • Over/Under Record: 2-1-0
    • Key Injuries:
      • Jon Beason-LB (day-to-day – Foot), James Brewer-T (day-to-day – Back), Devon Kennard-LB (day-to-day – Hamstring), Charles Brown-T (day-to-day – Shoulder), Odell Beckham-WR (out indefinitely – Hamstring), Jayron Hosley-CB Eligible Week 5 – Suspension), Walter Thurmond-CB (I-R – Pectoral), Jerrel Jernigan-WR (I-R – Foot), Troy Kropog-T (I-R – Foot), Geoff Schwartz-OL (Eligible Week 9 – Toe), Mario Manningham-WR (I-R – Calf), Trindon Holliday-WR (I-R – Hamstring), Cooper Taylor-S (I-R – Foot, and Marcus Harris-WR (I-R – Hip)
  • Washington Redskins:
    • Overall Record: 1-1
    • Record Against the Spread (won-lost-push): 2-1-0
    • Home Record: 1-0
    • Away Record: 0-2
    • Over/Under Record: 2-1-0
    • Key Injuries:
      • Akeem Jordan-LB (day-to-day – Knee), Tracy Porter-CB (day-to-day – Hamstring), Jordan Reed-TE (day-to-day – Hamstring), Kedric Golston-DE (day-to-day – Groin), Duke Ihenacho-DB (day-to-day – Foot), Jason Hatcher-DE (day-to-day – Hamstring), DeAngelo Hall-CB (out indefinitely – Achilles), Robert Griffin III-QB (out indefinitely – Ankle), Chris Neild-NT (I-R – Knee), Barry Cofield-NT (out indefinitely – Ankle), Courtney Bridgett Jr.-DB (I-R – Shoulder), Darryl Sharpton-LB (I-R – Ankle), Leonard Hankerson-WR (out indefinitely – Knee), and Stephen Bowen-DE (out indefinitely – Knee)

Sunday September 28th

Green Bay (4th – NFC North) at Chicago (2nd – NFC North) at Soldier Field KICK OFF – 1:00 PM ET

  • Spread: Green Bay (-2.0) at 10/11, Chicago (+2.0) at 10/11
  • Over/Under: 50.0 points 10/11
  • To Win: Green Bay 10/13, Chicago 11/10
  • Head to Head: Green Bay is 4-0 ATS in their last four visits to Chicago
  • Match up Summary: Quarterback Jay Cutler led the Bears to a 27-19 win over the new York Jets on Monday night. He went 23 for 38 in passing with a couple of touchdowns as the Bears won their second game in a row. Green Bay has struggled a bit lately and managed just 223 yards in total in their loss at the hands of the Detroit Lions on Sunday. However, on the bright side they’ve won their last four meetings with the Bears in Chicago.
  • Green Bay Packers:
    • Overall Record: 1-2
    • Record Against the Spread (won-lost-push): 0-2-1
    • Home Record: 1-0
    • Away Record: 0-2
    • Over/Under Record: 2-1-0
    • Key Injuries:
      • Demetri Goodson-CB (day-to-day – Concussion), Bryan Bulaga-T (day-to-day – Knee), Brad Jones-LB (day-to-day – Thigh), Clay Matthews –LB (day-to-day – Groin), Andy Mulumba-LB (out for season – Knee), J.C. Tretter-T (I-R – Knee), Don Barclay-T (I-R – Knee), B.J. Raji-DT (I-R – Bicep), and Jared Abbrederis-WR (I-R – Knee)
  • Chicago Bears:
    • Overall Record: 2-1
    • Record Against the Spread (won-lost-push): 2-1-0
    • Home Record: 0-1
    • Away Record: 2-0
    • Over/Under Record: 2-1-0
    • Key Injuries:
      • Matt Slauson-G (Ques Sun – Ankle), Roberto Garza-C (Ques Sun – Ankle), Trevor Scott-DE (Ques Sun – Foot), Sherrick McManis-CB (Ques Sun – Quadricep), Jeremiah Ratliff-DT (Ques Sun – Head), Shea McClellin-LB (Ques Sun – Hand), Charles Tillman-CB (I-R – Tricep), and Marquess Wilson-WR (I-R – Collarbone), Zach Miller-TE (I-R – Foot)

Sunday September 28th

Tennessee (3rd – AFC South) at Indianapolis (2nd – AFC South) at Lucas Oil Stadium KICK OFF – 1:00 PM ET

  • Spread: Tennessee (+8.0) at 1/1, Indianapolis (-8.0) at 5/6
  • Over/Under: 46.0 points – 10/11
  • To Win: Tennessee 27/10, Indianapolis 5/17
  • Head to Head: Titans are 1-5 ATS in their last six meetings in Indianapolis
  • Match up Summary:  The Indianapolis Colts were another team to win their first game of 2014 last week when they hammered the hapless Jacksonville Jaguars 44-17. Quarterback Andrew Luck had a good game by going 31 for 39 with four touchdowns and earning 370 yards. Tennessee will be quite a bit tougher though as they’re fifth-best in the NFL in total yards against at 304.3 yards on average per game so far. However, the Colts have gone 9-1 at home in their past 10 outings against the Titans, who are coming off a 33-7 loss to Cincinnati last week.
  • Tennessee Titans:
    • Overall Record: 1-2
    • Record Against the Spread (won-lost-push): 1-2-0
    • Home Record: 0-1
    • Away Record: 1-1
    • Over/Under Record: 0-3-0
    • Key Injuries:
      • Taylor Thompson-TE (day-to-day – Knee), Zach Brown-LB (I-R – Shoulder), and Colin McCarthy-LB (I-R – Shoulder)
  • Indianapolis Colts:
    • Overall Record: 1-2
    • Record Against the Spread (won-lost-push): 2-1-0
    • Home Record: 0-1
    • Away Record: 1-1
    • Over/Under Record: 3-0-0
    • Key Injuries:
      • Akeem Jordan-LB (day-to-day – Knee), Tracy Porter-CB (day-to-day – Hamstring), Jordan Reed-TE (day-to-day – Hamstring), Kedric Golston-DE (day-to-day – Groin), Duke Ihenacho-DB (day-to-day – Foot), Jason Hatcher-DE (day-to-day – Hamstring), DeAngelo Hall-CB (out indefinitely – Achilles), Robert Griffin III-QB (out indefinitely – Ankle), Chris Neild-NT (I-R – Knee), Barry Cofield-NT (out indefinitely – Ankle), Courtney Bridgett Jr.-DB (I-R – Shoulder), Darryl Sharpton-LB (I-R – Ankle), Leonard Hankerson-WR (out indefinitely – Knee), and Stephen Bowen-DE (out indefinitely – Knee)

Sunday, September 28th

Buffalo (1st – AFC East) at Houston (1st – AFC South) at NRG Stadium KICK OFF – 1:00 PM ET

  • Spread: Buffalo (+3.0) at 10/11, Houston (-3.0) at 10/11
  • Over/Under: 41.0 points 10/11
  • To Win: Buffalo 29/20, Houston 20/33
  • Head to Head: Betting on the Under is 4-1 in the last five meetings.
  • Match up Summary:  Buffalo and Houston were beaten for the first time this season in week three. The Texans lost 30-17 to the New York Giants while the Bills took it on the chin 22-10 from San Diego. Houston has won their only home game this season and quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick will be looking to rebound against the Bills. Houston has the fifth-best running attack in the league in 2014 with 140.7 rushing yards a game
  • Buffalo Bills:
    • Overall Record: 2-1
    • Record Against the Spread (won-lost-push): 2-1-0
    • Home Record: 1-1
    • Away Record: 1-0
    • Over/Under Record: 0-3-0
    • Key Injuries:
      • Chris Williams-G (day-to-day – Back), Da’Norris Searcy-S (day-to-day – Ankle), Keith Rivers-LB (day-to-day – Groin), Randell Johnson-LB (day-to-day – Knee), Marcus Easley-WR (Out indefinitely – Knee), Jonathan Meeks-DB (I-R – Neck), Kiko Alonso-LB (I-R – Knee), Mario Butler-CB (I-R – Ankle), and Stevenson Sylvester-LB (I-R – Knee)
  • Houston Texans:
    • Overall Record: 2-1
    • Record Against the Spread (won-lost-push): 2-1-0
    • Home Record: 1-0
    • Away Record: 1-1
    • Over/Under Record: 2-1-0
    • Key Injuries:
      • Shiloh Keo-S (day-to-day – Calf), Louis Nix III-DT (day-to-day – Knee), Arian Foster-RB (day-to-day – Hamstring), Johnathan Joseph-CB (day-to-day – Head), Jadeveon Clowney-LB (Mid Oct – Knee), Lonnie Ballentine-S (I-R – Undisclosed), Cody White-G (I-R – Achilles), Alan Bonner-WR (I-R – Foot), David Quessenberry-T (I-R – Illness), and Will Yeatman-T (I-R – Concussion)

Sunday, September 28th

Carolina (1st – NFC South) at Baltimore (2nd – AFC North) at M&T Bank Stadium KICK OFF – 1:00 PM EST

  • Spread: Carolina (+3.5) at 10/11, Baltimore (-3.5) at 10/11
  • Over/Under: 40.5 points 10/11
  • To Win: Carolina 8/5, Baltimore 5/9
  • Head to Head: No recent trends
  • Match up Summary:  The Baltimore Ravens are determined not to let the Ray Rice controversy affect them as they won their second consecutive game of the season in week three with a 23-21 comeback effort against the Cleveland Browns. Wide receiver Steve Smith had a great game with 18 catches for 290 receiving yards. He made a big 32-yard catch near the end of the game against the Browns which gave the Ravens the chance to win it on a late field goal. He should be pumped when he faces his former club the Panthers for the first time.
  • Carolina Panthers:
    • Overall Record: 2-1
    • Record Against the Spread (won-lost-push): 2-1-0
    • Home Record: 1-1
    • Away Record: 1-0
    • Over/Under Record: 1-2-0
    • Key Injuries:
      • DeAngelo Williams-RB (day-to-day – Thigh), Garry Williams-T (day-to-day – Hip), Jerricho Cotchery-WR (day-to-day – Thigh), Foswhitt Whittaker-RB (day-to-day – Hamstring), Jonathan Stewart-RB (day-to-day – Knee), Mike Tolbert-FB (Out indefinitely – Knee), Greg Hardy-DE (Out indefinitely – Personal), Frank Alexander-DE (Eligible Week 5 – Suspension), Edmund Kugbila-OL (I-R – Back), Kevin Hughes-T (I-R – Shoulder), Matt Blanchard-QB (I-R – Concussion), Kevin Matthews-C (I-R – Shoulder), and De’Andre Presley-WR (Out indefinitely-Leg)
  • Baltimore Ravens:
    • Overall Record: 2-1
    • Record Against the Spread (won-lost-push): 1-1-1
    • Home Record: 1-1
    • Away Record: 1-0
    • Over/Under Record: 1-2-0
    • Key Injuries:
      • Timmy Jernigan-DT (day-to-day – Knee), Bernard Pierce-RB (day-to-day – Thigh), Terrell Suggs-LB (day-to-day – Groin), Chris Canty-DE (day-to-day – Leg), Dennis Pitta-TE (Out indefinitely – Hip), Will Hill-DB (Eligible Week 7 – Suspension), Jeremy Butler-WR (I-R – Shoulder), Will Rackley-G (I-R – Concussion), Kapron Lewis-Moore-DE (I-R – Achilles), Aaron Ross-DB (I-R – Achilles), Brent Urban –DE (I-R – Knee) and Terrence Cody-NT (Out indefinitely– Hip)

Sunday, September 28th

Detroit (1st – NFC North) at N.Y. Jets (4th – AFC East) at MetLife Stadium KICK OFF – 1:00 PM ET

  • Spread: Detroit (-1.5) at 10/11, New York (+1.5) at 10/11
  • Over/Under: 44.5 points 10/11
  • To Win: Detroit 4/5, New York 21/20
  • Head to Head:  No recent trends.
  • Match up Summary:  The Detroit Lions played an excellent defensive game against Green Bay on Sunday with a 19-7 win. The Lion didn’t let the Packers get untracked even though they have numerous injuries in the secondary. Packer quarterback Aaron Rodgers was limited to just 162 yards by going 16 for 27 with his passing. The Jets were beaten 27-19 by the Chicago Bears on Monday even though they gained 414 yards to the Bears 257. New York had three turnovers and failed several times in the red zone to drop their second straight game.
  • Detroit Lions:
    • Overall Record: 2-1
    • Record Against the Spread (won-lost-push): 2-1-0
    • Home Record: 2-0
    • Away Record: 0-1
    • Over/Under Record: 1-2-0
    • Key Injuries:
      • James Ihedigbo-S (day-to-day – Knee), Don Carey-S (day-to-day – Hamstring), LaAdrian Waddle-T (day-to-day – Calf), Cassius Vaughn-CB (day-to-day – Ankle), Travis Lewis-LB (day-to-day – Leg), Montell Owens-RB (day-to-day – Hamstring), Stephen Tulloch-LB (out for season – Knee), T.J. Jones-WR (Out indefinitely – Shoulder), Nevin Lawson-CB (I-R – Ankle), Corey Hilliard-T (I-R – Foot), Bill Bentley-CB (I-R – Knee), and Kyle Van Noy-LB (Eligible Week 10 – Abdominal)
  • New York Jets:
    • Overall Record: 1-2
    • Record Against the Spread (won-lost-push): 0-2-1
    • Home Record: 1-1
    • Away Record: 0-1
    • Over/Under Record: 2-1-0
    • Key Injuries:
      • Ikemefuna Enemkpali-DE (Ques Sun – Foot), A.J. Edds-LB (Ques Sun – Hamstring), Dee Milliner-CB (Ques Sun – Quadricep), Eric Decker-WR (Ques Sun – Hamstring), Shaquelle Evans-WR (I-R – Shoulder), Dexter McDougle-CB (I-R – Knee), Jermaine Cunningham-LB (I-R – Achilles), and Antwan Barnes-LB (out indefinitely)

Sunday, September 28th

Tampa Bay (4th – NFC South) at Pittsburgh (3rd – AFC North) at Heinz Field KICK OFF – 1:00 PM ET

  • Spread: Tampa Bay (+7.5) at 10/11, Pittsburgh (-7.5) at 10/11
  • Over/Under: 45.5 points – 10/11
  • To Win: Tampa Bay 11/4, Pittsburgh 2/7
  • Head to Head: Tampa Bay is 0-4 ATS in their last four meetings.
  • Match up Summary: The Steelers got back on track in week three with a 37-19 win over the Carolina Panthers 37-19. Their running game was in good form with Running back Le’Veon Bell gaining 147 yards and LeGarette Blount chipping in with another 118 yards. It was the first time since 1986 that two players rushed for 100 yards in the same game for Pittsburgh. The Buccaneers didn’t fare too well at all on the weekend as they were thumped 56-14 by Atlanta on the weekend.
  • Tampa Bay Buccaneers:
    • Overall Record: 0-3
    • Record Against the Spread (won-lost-push): 0-3-0
    • Home Record: 0-2
    • Away Record: 0-1
    • Over/Under Record: 1-2-0
    • Key Injuries:
      • Vincent Jackson-WR (day-to-day – Wrist), Doug Martin-RB (day-to-day – Knee), Austin Seferian-Jenkins-TE (day-to-day – Ankle), Gerald McCoy- DT (day-to-day – Hand), Josh McCown-QB (day-to-day – Thumb), Mason Foster- LB (out indefinitely – Shoulder), Adrian Clayborn-DE (I-R – Bicep), Mike Jenkins- CB (I-R – Pectoral), and Charles Sims-RB (I-R – Ankle)
  • Pittsburgh Steelers:
    • Overall Record: 2-1
    • Record Against the Spread (won-lost-push): 1-2-0
    • Home Record: 1-0
    • Away Record: 1-1
    • Over/Under Record: 2-1-0
    • Key Injuries:
      • Martavis Bryant-WR (day-to-day – Shoulder), Dri Archer-RB (day-to-day – Ankle), Ramon Foster-G (day-to-day – Ankle), Ryan Shazier-LB (day-to-day – Knee), Ike Taylor-CB (out indefinitely – Forearm), Jarvis Jones-LB (out indefinitely), and Jordan Zumwalt-LB (I-R – Groin)

Sunday, September 28th

Miami (3rd – AFC East) at Oakland (4th – AFC West) at Wembley Stadium KICK OFF – 1:00 PM ET

  • Spread: Miami Bay (-3.5) at 10/11, Oakland (+3.5) at 10/11
  • Over/Under: 41.0 points 10/11
  • To Win: Miami 25/48, Oakland 167/100
  • Head to Head: Miami is 6-2 ATS in their last eight meetings.
  • Match up Summary:  This game will be taking place at Wembley Stadium in London, England and is the first of three contests to be held across the pond this season. Both Miami and Oakland have struggled in 2014. Miami dropped a 34-15 decision to Kansas City last week while Oakland were beaten 16-9 by New England. The Raiders have managed to score just 12.3 points on average per game so far this season, which is the lowest in the league.
  • Miami Dolphins:
    • Overall Record: 1-2
    • Record Against the Spread (won-lost-push): 1-2-0
    • Home Record: 1-1
    • Away Record: 0-1
    • Over/Under Record: 2-1-0
    • Key Injuries:
      • Jordan Tripp-LB (day-to-day – Chest), Terrence Fede-DE ( day-to-day – Knee), Billy Turner-G (day-to-day – Foot), Koa Misi-LB (day-to-day – Ankle), Shelley Smith-G (out indefinitely – Knee), Knowshon Moreno -RB (out indefinitely – Elbow), Dion Jordan-DE (Eligible Week 7 – Suspension), Reshad Jones-S (Eligible Week 5 – Suspension), Mike Pouncey-C (out indefinitely – Hip), Sammy Seamster-CB (I-R – Shoulder), Dannell Ellerbe-LB (I-R – Hip), A.J. Francis-DT (I-R – Knee), Mike Gillislee-RB (I-R – Hamstring) and Arthur Lynch –TE (I-R – Back)
  • Oakland Raiders:
    • Overall Record: 0-3
    • Record Against the Spread (won-lost-push): 2-1-0
    • Home Record: 0-1
    • Away Record: 0-2
    • Over/Under Record: 1-2-0
    • Key Injuries:
      • Nick Roach-LB (day-to-day – Concussion), Maurice Jones-Drew- RB (day-to-day – Hand), Matt McCants-T (day-to-day – Knee), Chimdi Chekwa-DB (day-to-day – Knee), Sio Moore-LB (day-to-day – Ankle), Tyvon Branch-S (out indefinitely – Foot), Rod Streater-WR (out indefinitely – Foot), Brice Butler-WR (out indefinitely – Concussion), Taiwan Jones-DB (I-R – Foot), Kory Sheets-RB (I-R – Achilles), Nick Kasa-TE (I-R – Knee), and D.J. Hayden-CB (out indefinitely – Ankle)

Sunday, September 28th

Jacksonville (4th – AFC South) at San Diego (2nd – AFC West) at Qualcomm Stadium KICK OFF – 4:05 PM ET

  • Spread: Jacksonville (+13.0) at 10/11, San Diego (-14.0) at 10/11
  • Over/Under: 45.0 points 10/11
  • To Win: Jacksonville 6/1, San Diego 1/9
  • Head to Head: Jaguars are 1-4 ATS in their past five meetings.
  • Match up Summary:  San Diego is hot at the moment and are coming off of a 22-10 win over Buffalo. Quarterback Philip Rivers has been one of the best at his position so far, especially in the past two contests. He’s gone 46 for 62 in passing in those games with five touchdown tosses and a total of 540 yards. He hasn’t been intercepted either. This game could get ugly as Jaguars are allowing 466 yards against per game, the worst in the league. However, rookie quarterback Blake Bortles will be taking care of Jacksonville’s offense and they’re bound to win sometime.
  • Jacksonville Jaguars:
    • Overall Record: 0-3
    • Record Against the Spread (won-lost-push): 0-3-0
    • Home Record: 0-1/li>
    • Away Record: 0-2
    • Over/Under Record: 3-0-0
    • Key Injuries:
      • Austin Pasztor-T (day-to-day – Hand), Clay Harbor-TE (day-to-day – Calf), Storm Johnson-RB (day-to-day – Ankle), Marqise Lee-WR (day-to-day – Hamstring), Justin Blackmon-WR (out for season – Suspension), Aaron Colvin-CB (out for season – Knee), Ace Sanders-WR (Eligible Week 5 – Suspension), and Marcedes Lewis-TE (Eligible Week 12 – Ankle)
  • San Diego Chargers:
    • Overall Record: 2-1
    • Record Against the Spread (won-lost-push): 3-0-0
    • Home Record: 1-0
    • Away Record: 1-1
    • Over/Under Record: 1-2-0
    • Key Injuries:
      • Chris Davis-CB (day-to-day – Ankle), Danny Woodhead-RB (out for season – Ankle), Ryan Mathews-RB (out indefinitely – Knee), Melvin Ingram-LB (I-R – Hamstring), Nick Hardwick-C (I-R – Neck), Marcus Cromartie-DB (I-R – Groin), Kwame Geathers-NT (I-R – Knee), Ricky Tjong-A-Tjoe-DT (I-R – Knee), and Jeromey Clary-G (out indefinitely – Hip)

Sunday, September 28th

Atlanta (2nd – NFC South) at Minnesota (3rd – NFC North) at TCF Bank Stadium KICK OFF – 4:25 PM ET

  • Spread: Atlanta (-3.0) at 21/20, Minnesota (+3.0) at 20/23
  • Over/Under: 46.5 points 10/11
  • To Win: Atlanta 4/6, Minnesota 13/10
  • Head to Head: Favorite is 3-1-1 ATS in their last five meetings.
  • Match up Summary: Atlanta Quarterback Matt Ryan put in a great game last week in a 56-14 mauling of Tampa Bay. He went 21 for 24 in passing for 286 yards along with three touchdowns. Ryan and his teammates will be facing a Vikings team which were beaten 20-9 by New Orleans and allowed 396 yards against. Look for Minnesota to start rookie quarterback Teddy Bridgewater as regular starter Matt Cassell was injured last week.
  • Indianapolis:
    • Overall Record: 2-1
    • Record Against the Spread (won-lost-push): 1-1-0
    • Home Record: 2-0
    • Away Record: 0-1
    • Over/Under Record: 2-1-0
    • Key Injuries:
      • Roddy White-WR (day-to-day – Hamstring), Harry Douglas-WR (day-to-day – Foot), Sean Weatherspoon-LB (I-R – Achilles), Sam Baker-T-(I-R – Knee), Marquis Spruill-LB (I-R – Knee), Mike Johnson-G (I-R – Foot), Zeke Motta-S (Out indefinitely – Neck), and Drew Davis-WR (Out indefinitely – Foot)
  • Minnesota Vikings:
    • Overall Record: 1-2
    • Record Against the Spread (won-lost-push): 1-2-0
    • Home Record: 0-1
    • Away Record: 1-1
    • Over/Under Record: 0-3-0
    • Key Injuries:
      • Brandon Watts -LB (day-to-day – Knee), Rodney Smith-WR (day-to-day – Hamstring), Chad Greenway-LB (day-to-day – Ribs), Kyle Rudolph-TE (Early Nov – Groin), Matt Cassel-QB (out indefinitely – Foot), Adrian Peterson-RB (out indefinitely – Disciplinary, and Mistral Raymond-S (I-R – Concussion)

Sunday, September 28th

Philadelphia (1st – NFC East) at San Francisco (3rd – NFC West) at Levi’s Stadium KICK OFF – 4:25 PM ET

  • Spread: Philadelphia (+4.5) at 10/11, San Francisco (-4.5) at 10/11/li>
  • Over/Under: 50.5 points 10/11
  • To Win: Philadelphia 39/20, San Francisco 20/47
  • Head to Head: Eagles have gone 4-0 ATS in their past four games in San Francisco.
  • Match up Summary:  The Philadelphia Eagles keep on winning as they are 3-0 after beating Washington Redskins 37-34 in week three. The 49ers are struggling and lost 23-14 to Arizona on the weekend. In addition, Philadelphia doesn’t mind playing out in San Francisco as they’ve gone 4-0 there in their past four visits since November of 2002.
  • Philadelphia Eagles:
    • Overall Record: 3-0
    • Record Against the Spread (won-lost-push): 2-1-0
    • Home Record: 2-0
    • Away Record: 1-0
    • Over/Under Record: 3-0-0
    • Key Injuries:
      • Josh Huff-WR (day-to-day – Shoulder), Matt Tobin-T (day-to-day – Ankle), Mychal Kendricks-LB (day-to-day – Lower Body), Earl Wolff-S (day-to-day – Knee), Jason Kelce-C (day-to-day- Abdominal), Lane Johnson-T (Eligible Week 5 – Suspension), Evan Mathis-G (Eligible Week 10 – Knee), Allen Barbre-T (I-R – Ankle), Najee Goode-LB (I-R – Pectoral), and Travis Long-LB (I-R – Knee)
  • San Francisco 49ers:
    • Overall Record: 1-2
    • Record Against the Spread (won-lost-push): 1-2-0
    • Home Record: 0-1
    • Away Record: 1-1
    • Over/Under Record: 1-2-0
    • Key Injuries:
      • Marcus Martin-C (day-to-day – Knee), Anthony Davis-T (day-to-day – Hamstring), Tramaine Brock-CB (day-to-day – Toe), Vernon Davis-TE (day-to-day – Ankle), Vance McDonald-TE (day-to-day – Knee), Trey Millard-FB (out indefinitely – Knee), Marcus Lattimore-RB (out indefinitely – Knee), Brandon Thomas-T (out for season – Knee), Aldon Smith-LB (Eligible Week 10 – Suspension), Kaleb Ramsey-DT (out indefinitely – Undisclosed), Keith Reaser-CB (out indefinitely – Knee), Glenn Dorsey-NT (I-R – Bicep), Kendall Hunter-RB (I-R – Knee), Garrett Celek-TE (out indefinitely – Back), and NaVorro Bowman-LB (out indefinitely – Knee)

Sunday, September 28th

New Orleans (3rd – NFC South) at Dallas (2nd – NFC East) at AT&T Stadium KICK OFF – 8:30 PM ET

  • Spread: New Orleans (-3.0) at 20/23, Dallas (+3.0) at 20/21
  • Over/Under: 53.5 points 10/11
  • To Win: New Orleans 5/8, Dallas 7/5
  • Head to Head: New Orleans is 5-2 ATS in their past seven meetings.
  • Match up Summary:  The New Orleans Saints won their first game of 2014 last week when they managed to outscore Minnesota 20-9. Dallas was also victorious in week three with a come-from-behind 34-31 win against the St. Louis Rams. This is an important game for both teams as they’re looking to make it two in a row in their hunt for a playoff spot.
  • New Orleans Saints:
    • Overall Record: 1-2
    • Record Against the Spread (won-lost-push): 1-2-0
    • Home Record: 1-0
    • Away Record: 0-2
    • Over/Under Record: 2-1-0
    • Key Injuries:
      • Erik Lorig-FB (day-to-day – Ankle), Marcus Ball-DB (day-to-day – Hamstring), David Hawthorne-LB (day-to-day – Ankle), Jonathan Goodwin-C (day-to-day – Leg), Mark Ingram-RB (Mid Oct – Hand), John Jenkins-NT (out indefinitely – Pectoral), and Khairi Fortt-LB (I-R – Undisclosed)
  • Dallas Cowboys:
    • Overall Record: 2-1
    • Record Against the Spread (won-lost-push): 1-1-0
    • Home Record: 0-1
    • Away Record: 2-0
    • Over/Under Record: 1-2-0
    • Key Injuries:
      • Anthony Spencer-DE (day-to-day – Knee), Rolando McClain-LB (day-to-day – Groin), Davon Coleman-DT (day-to-day – Calf), Demarcus Lawrence-DE (Out indefinitely – Foot), Darrion Weems-T (out for season – Shoulder), Justin Durant-LB (Out indefinitely – Groin), Jakar Hamilton-DB (Eligible Week 5 – Suspension), Josh Brent-NT (Eligible Week 12 – Suspension), Sean Lee-LB (I-R – Knee), Ben Gardner -DE (I-R – Shoulder), and Amobi Okoye-DT (Out indefinitely – Illness)

Monday, September 29th

New England (2nd – AFC East) at Kansas City (3rd – AFC West) at Arrowhead Stadium KICK OFF – 8:30 PM ET

  • Spread: New England (-3.5) at 20/21, Kansas (+3.5) at 20/23
  • Over/Under: 45.0 points – 10/11
  • Over/Under: 45.0 points 10/11
  • To Win: New England 5/9, Kansas 8/5
  • Head to Head: Betting the Under is 4-0 in the last 4 meetings.
  • Match up Summary:  The Kansas City Chiefs got in the win column for the first time this season with a hard-earned 34-15 win over the Miami Dolphins last time out. Quarterback Alex Smith was impressive going 19 for 25 in the passing department and collecting three touchdowns and 186 yards along the way. It was the Chiefs first win in six games dating back to last December. New England beat Oakland 16-9 on the weekend but are among the league’s worst in total offense with at just 301.3 yards per game on average.
  • New England Patriots:
    • Overall Record: 2-1
    • Record Against the Spread (won-lost-push): 1-2-0
    • Home Record: 1-0
    • Away Record: 1-1
    • Over/Under Record: 1-2-0
    • Key Injuries:
      • Ryan Wendell-C (day-to-day – Knee), Don Jones-S (day-to-day – Hamstring), Alfonzo Dennard-CB (day-to-day – Shoulder), Sealver Siliga-DT (day-to-day – Foot), Brandon Browner-CB (Eligible Week 5 – Suspension), Greg Orton-WR (I-R – Achilles), Tyler Gaffney-RB (I-R – Knee), and Cameron Gordon-LB (I-R – Undisclosed)
  • Kansas City Chiefs:
    • Overall Record: 1-2
    • Record Against the Spread (won-lost-push): 2-1-0
    • Home Record: 0-1
    • Away Record: 1-1
    • Over/Under Record: 1-2-0
    • Key Injuries:
      • De’Anthony Thomas-RB (day-to-day – Hamstring), Albert Wilson-WR (day-to-day – Ankle), Eric Berry-S (day-to-day – Heel), Jamaal Charles-RB (day-to-day – Ankle), Donald Stephenson-OL (Eligible Week 5 – Suspension), Jeff Allen-OL (I-R – Arm), Derrick Johnson-LB (I-R – Achilles), Mike DeVito- DE (I-R – Achilles), Sanders Commings-DB (I-R – Ankle), Tyler Bray-QB (I-R – Ankle), and Joe Mays-LB (I-R – Wrist)
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