NFL-Week 4-Sunday football- Betting preview

Panthers at Patriots (-9, 49) – 1:00 PM EST

Record: 2-1 SU, 1-2 ATS, 2-1 UNDER
Super Bowl Odds: 50/1

The Panthers’ offense hasn’t scored many points recently as Carolina has been limited to 22 points the last two weeks. In an embarrassing Week 3 home setback to New Orleans, the Saints dominated the Panthers, 34-13 as five-point underdogs, while Carolina has reached the end zone once in the past two games. Carolina is listed in the ‘dog role for the first time this season, while posting a 3-1 ATS mark when receiving points on the road in 2016.

New England
Record: 2-1 SU, 1-2 ATS, 3-0 OVER
Super Bowl Odds: 7/2

The Patriots pulled out a last-minute victory over the Texans last Sunday thanks to Tom Brady’s heroics by connecting with Brandin Cooks on a 25-yard touchdown strike in a 36-33 triumph. New England failed to cash as 13 ½-point favorites, but Brady continued to light up the stat sheet by throwing for 378 yards and five touchdowns. The Pats are 0-2 ATS at Gillette Stadium this season following a 7-2-1 ATS mark at home in 2016.

Best Bet: Panthers +9

Rams at Cowboys (-6 ½, 47 ½) – 1:00 PM EST

Los Angeles
Record: 2-1 SU, 1-2 ATS, 3-0 OVER
Super Bowl Odds: 66/1

The Rams have been one of the early surprises at 2-1, coming off a thrilling 41-39 victory over the 49ers in Week 3. Los Angeles has eclipsed the 40-point mark twice this season, as quarterback Jared Goff has equaled his touchdown total from 2016 by tossing five TD’s, which took him eight games to reach last season. The Rams have yet to be listed in the underdog role this season, as L.A. put together a 3-7-2 ATS record as a ‘dog in 2016.

Record: 2-1 SU, 2-1 ATS, 2-1 UNDER
Super Bowl Odds: 12/1

The Cowboys return home following a split on the road the last two weeks at Denver and Arizona. Dallas rallied for a 28-17 victory in the desert on Monday night behind two touchdown passes and a touchdown run from quarterback Dak Prescott. The Cowboys have stumbled to a 7-12 ATS record as a home favorite since 2014, but picked up a win in this role back in Week 1 over the Giants. Dallas has won each of the past three meetings with the Rams since 2011, including a pair of home blowouts in 2011 and 2013.

Best Bet: Cowboys -6 ½

Titans (-2 ½, 44) at Texans – 1:00 PM EST

Record: 2-1 SU, 2-1 ATS, 2-1 OVER
Super Bowl Odds: 20/1

Tennessee’s offense struggled in the season opening loss to Oakland by scoring only one touchdown, but the Titans have responded by posting 70 points in the last two victories over the Jaguars and Seahawks. The Titans overcame a slow first half in each win, scoring 55 points of those 70 points following halftime, including 21 points in the third quarter of a 33-27 triumph over Seattle in Week 3. DeMarco Murray erased a poor effort in the first two weeks (69 yards) by rushing for 115 yards last Sunday, including a 75-yard scamper to give Tennessee a 16-point advantage.

Record: 1-2 SU, 2-1 ATS, 2-1 UNDER
Super Bowl Odds: 50/1

The Texans hung with the Patriots for 59 minutes last week, but fell short in a 36-33 defeat to fall to 1-2. Houston cashed for the second straight week as a road underdog, while limiting New England to 59 yards rushing on 20 carries. Deshaun Watson couldn’t outduel Tom Brady, but the Texans’ rookie quarterback broke the 300-yard mark and threw two touchdown passes as Houston lost at New England for the third time since the start of last season. The Texans have dominated this series over the years by winning eight of the past 10 meetings, but split the two matchups with the Titans last season.

Best Bet: Tennessee -2 ½

Bills at Falcons (-8, 48 ½) – 1:00 PM EST

Record: 2-1 SU, 3-0 ATS, 2-1 UNDER
Super Bowl Odds: 80/1

Only two teams in the NFL have covered all three games this season. Kansas City is one, while surprisingly Buffalo is the other, as the Bills are coming off a home underdog victory over the Broncos last Sunday. Buffalo’s defense has been terrific through three weeks by allowing 37 points, while giving up two touchdowns. The Bills have struggled on the road against NFC opponents the last few seasons by compiling a 1-4 SU and 2-3 ATS record, including a 9-3 setback at Carolina in Week 2 as 6 ½-point underdogs.

Record: 3-0 SU, 2-1 ATS, 2-1 OVER
Super Bowl Odds: 10/1

The Falcons dodged a bullet last week by holding off the Lions, 30-26, but managed a cover as three-point favorites. Atlanta gave away an early 14-point lead, but Matt Ryan hooked up with Taylor Gabriel on a 40-yard scoring connection to put the Falcons ahead for good. Ryan was intercepted three times, while Detroit’s final touchdown was wiped off the board following a review to give Atlanta its second 3-0 start in three seasons. The Falcons have won eight of their last 11 home games, but two of those defeats came to AFC opponents last season, while Atlanta has cashed the OVER in 11 consecutive home contests.

Best Bet: Falcons -8

Giants at Buccaneers (-3, 44 ½) – 4:05 PM EST

New York
Record: 0-3 SU, 1-2 ATS, 2-1 UNDER
Super Bowl Odds: 40/1

The Giants looked listless offensively for the first 11 quarters of the season, but New York busted out for 24 points in the fourth quarter at Philadelphia last Sunday. Unfortunately, the G-Men couldn’t hold onto a 24-21 lead as the Eagles kicked a pair of late field goals, including a 61-yarder at the gun to send New York to 0-3. The Giants covered for the first time this season as five-point underdogs, but dropped to 1-7 SU in their last eight in the role of a road ‘dog.

Tampa Bay
Record: 1-1 SU, 1-1 ATS, 1-1 OVER
Super Bowl Odds: 40/1

After the Buccaneers blew out the Bears in their season opener, Tampa Bay’s offense was shut down at Minnesota last week, 34-17 as the Bucs trailed 21-3 at halftime and allowed nearly 500 yards of offense to the Vikings. The Bucs hope home is where the heart is as Tampa Bay has won five straight games at Raymond James Stadium since starting last season 0-4 at the friendly confines. Tampa Bay has lost five straight matchups with New York since 2006, including three consecutive home setbacks to the Giants.

Best Bet: Buccaneers -3

Raiders at Broncos (-3, 46 ½) – 4:25 PM EST

Record: 2-1 SU, 2-1 ATS, 2-1 UNDER
Super Bowl Odds: 16/1

The Raiders looked solid the first two weeks of the season in victories over the Titans and Jets. However, Oakland put up a dud last Sunday night at Washington as the Redskins outgained the Raiders, 472-128 in a 27-10 drubbing. The Raiders last dropped consecutive games in the regular season back in 2015 as Jack Del Rio’s team owns a 6-0 record off a defeat in this span, while posting an 11-3 ATS mark as a road underdog the last two seasons.

Record: 2-1 SU, 1-1-1 ATS, 3-0 OVER
Super Bowl Odds: 25/1

The Broncos also suffered their first loss of the season last week in a 26-16 setback at Buffalo following a pair of home victories. Denver has outgained all three of its opponents, but two Trevor Siemian interceptions and a costly Von Miller penalty cost the Broncos a chance at its third consecutive 3-0 start. Last season, the Broncos and Raiders split a pair of matchups with the home teams winning each time, as Denver has captured eight of the past 10 meetings since 2012.

Best Bet: Raiders +3

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