Week 4 NFL Sunday Preview

October 1, 2023 Articles Comments Off on Week 4 NFL Sunday Preview


It’s Sunday which means it is time for the weekly preview.

Below is a preview of the biggest games for today.

Miami (3-0) @ Buffalo (2-1) 1:00 PM EST

This game will be awesome.

Two great teams with two serious offensive firepower.

Obviously we know that Tua Tagovailoa and Josh Allen are going to get it to their playmakers and score points…..

You know what that means?

The key to the game will be which defense can be more effective at stopping the other team.

Through three games Buffalo has the better defense albeit against worse competition.

The Bills do have some injury concerns with Jordan Poyer, Micah Hyde, and Von Miller all likely out.

However, even with the injury issues Buffalo is a -2.5 favorite at home.

I highly recommend you watch this one – hopefully there will be a ton of points from both teams (of course when you think there will be a ton of points usually there isn’t).

New England (1-2) @ Dallas (2-1) 4:25 PM EST

Dallas comes in following a loss to the lowly Cardinals, so the Cowboys need to get a bounce back win here.

Furthermore, with a trip to San Francisco next week Dallas cannot afford to be 2-2 heading into that game.

They go up against a well coached Patriots team that lacks offensive talent.

If the Dallas defense can pressure Mac Jones that should help the Cowboy cause…..

But the bigger question is if the Cowboys can limit the New England running game.

That has been the issue plaguing the Cowboys for years and it showed again last week – the Cardinals got 222 rushing yards last week.

So, for the Patriots to have any chance as +6 underdogs they will need to run the ball very well.

Kansas City (2-1) @ New York Jets (1-2) 8:20 PM

The thing monitoring in this game is if Zach Wilson gets benched during the game.

He has been HORRIBLE through the first few weeks, so another poor showing during prime time might be the straw that breaks the camels back…..

If the Jets want to remain competitive here they are going to have to hope the defense makes some plays.

Clearly, that is a less than ideal ask when going up against the best quarterback in the NFL in Patrick Mahomes.

Nonetheless, that is what will be asked of the Jets defense since they will get very little help from Zach Wilson.

Currently the Chiefs are -8.5 favorites so odds makers are not high on the Jets either…..

Baltimore (2-1) @ Cleveland (2-1) 1:00 PM EST

This could become a defensive battle…..

Baltimore has a solid defense, and Cleveland’s offense has been okay at best behind Deshaun Watson.

Meanwhile, the Browns defense is nasty – they will look to slow Lamar Jackson down.

With this also being a divisional game that could also lead to a lower amount of points scored.

In terms of offense, as mentioned Baltimore likely has the better overall offense.

The issue for the Ravens has been injuries, but I expect a better showing from Baltimore this week after they lost to the Colts last time out.

For Cleveland, they need to hope Deshaun Watson can get in a rhythm – he has been okay through the first few games.

With how much money Watson is getting the Browns need him to be a franchise QB….

Currently the Browns are only -2.5 favorites so this should be a close physical game.

Update: Deshaun Watson is out which should make things even more interesting…..

Tampa Bay (2-1) @ New Orleans (2-1) 1:00 PM EST

Early reports indicate Derek Carr will play for New Orleans, which is good for the Saints.

Furthermore, the Saints defense could cause Baker Mayfield some issues.

New Orleans has one of the better defenses in the league and we saw last week how Mayfield did against a good defense in Philadelphia (not well).

Tampa Bay is +3.5 underdogs, so the key will be if Mayfield can get the ball out quickly to his wide receivers, and MAYBE get some sort of a running game going.

Happy Betting!


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