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NFL Week 4: Odds for each game

Looking ahead to Week 4, here the betting odds for each game on the NFL schedule.

It’s already Week 4 on the 2018 NFL schedule, as September ends next Sunday. Bye weeks start this week too, with the Carolina Panthers and Washington Redskins idle, so there’s one less game to consider for those who like to put some money on the line.

Via our friends over at Oddsshark, here are the early betting lines (as of Monday morning) for each game on the Week 4 NFL schedule.

Minnesota Vikings at Los Angeles Rams (-7) (Thursday night)

Detroit Lions at Dallas Cowboys (-3.5)

Cincinnati Bengals at Atlanta Falcons (-5.5)

Buffalo Bills at Green Bay Packers (-10)

Philadelphia Eagles (-3) at Tennessee Titans

New York Jets at Jacksonville Jaguars (-8)

Miami Dolphins at New England Patriots (-9.5)

Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Chicago Bears (-1)

Houston Texans at Indianapolis Colts (-2.5)

New Orleans Saints (-3.5) at New York Giants

Seattle Seahawks (-3) at Arizona Cardinals

Cleveland Browns at Oakland Raiders (-3)

San Francisco 49ers at Los Angeles Chargers (-10.5)

Baltimore Ravens at Pittsburgh Steelers (-3) (Sunday night)

Kansas City Chiefs (-4) at Denver Broncos (Monday night)

The Bills were a 16.5-point underdog against the Vikings in Week 3, but came away with 27-6 victory. They’re now a 10-point underdog against another NFC North opponent on the road this week, as oddsmakers don’t seem to too tentative in disregarding Buffalo. As Josh Allen enters his third week as the Bills’ starting quarterback, Baker Mayfield and Josh Rosen will (or at least should be) making their first NFL starts this week for the Browns and Cardinals.

Next: NFL Week 3 Power Rankings

Four games feature a favorite of at least eight points this week, albeit at an early stage, with a team favored by four points or fewer in nine of the remaining 11 contests. If Vegas has it right, there will be a lot of close games along with a few blowouts in Week 4.

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