Westgate Superbook in Las Vegas just released their early lines for Week 4 in the NFL. These are likely to change a bit based off this week’s results, of course, but are a good reference point for looking ahead. The one game with no line currently listed is in New England, due to the current status of Jimmy Garrapolo’s shoulder. Many feel that he may be back by next weekend, which would obviously be a big boost for the Patriots and their line.
Another thing to note is the Colts – Jaguars game in London. With both teams off to disappointing starts, Westgate has the Colts slightly favored at the neutral stadium. This is the first of three London games this season, with the others coming in Week 7 and Week 8. Get yourselves ready for 15 hours of football on these days.
The Packers and Eagles are the two unlucky teams this year with a Week 4 bye.
( All times eastern)
Thursday, Sep. 29th
8:25 PM- Miami @ Cincinnati: Bengals -6
Sunday, Oct. 2nd
9:30 AM- Indianapolis @ Jacksonville (London, England): Colts -2.5
1:00 PM- Cleveland @ Washington: Redskins -8.5
1:00 PM- Buffalo @ New England: N/A
1:00 PM- Seattle @ New York Jets: Seahawks -2.5
1:00 PM- Carolina @ Atlanta: Panthers -4
1:00 PM- Detroit @ Chicago: Lions -3
1:00 PM- Tennessee @ Houston: Texans -6
1:00 PM- Oakland @ Baltimore: Ravens -5
4:00 PM- Denver @ Tampa Bay: Broncos -1.5
4:25 PM- Dallas @ San Francisco: Cowboys -3
4:25 PM- New Orleans @ San Diego: Chargers -3
4:25 PM- Los Angeles @ Arizona: Cardinals -10.5
8:30 PM- Kansas City @ Pittsburgh: Steelers -6
Monday, Oct. 3rd
8:30 PM- New York Giants @ Minnesota: Vikings -3
BYES: Green Bay, Philadelphia
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