It was a fairly easy Week 3 as it was pretty much all chalk that won. However, if you kept betting against the Lions, you were not happy on Sunday afternoon. Week 4 begins the bye weeks so there are less teams to choose from. Check out the analysis on every game and my selection.
Week 4 games …
Buccaneers @ Redskins – You should never trust the Redskins.
Giants @ Chiefs – The Giants will play their third straight game on the road and it is not easy to complete a sweep. However, the Chiefs are struggling and they could be without their best playmaker in Dwayne Bowe. The G-Men are an option, but I’d rather go with a home team.
Seahawks @ Colts – It looks like Matt Hasselbeck will miss another game and Peyton comes home after two primetime road victories. I like the Colts to keep it going and start 4-0.
Bengals @ Browns – The Browns are a terrible football team, and for the past two weeks I have said they’re the worst team in football. However, I’m not touching the divisional road team after the Bengals came off a big home win against
Lions @ Bears – The Bears should be able to take care of the Lions at home and improve to 3-1 after that tough opening night loss.
Titans @ Jaguars – Never trust these AFC South games between the three teams not named the Colts. See Week 2 and Week 3 as evidence.
Raiders @ Texans – The Raiders actually looked decent on Monday night against
Ravens @ Patriots – There are three great games this weekend to look forward to and this is one of them.
Bills @ Dolphins – Stay away from the divisional game even with Chad Pennington done for the year.
Jets @ Saints – Here’s your second of the three. Very intriguing game.
Rams @ 49ers – No Gore, no problem for
Cowboys @ Broncos – Avoid this one. No one believes in 3-0
Chargers @ Steelers – These games are always close, but the pressure is on
Packers @ Vikings – And of course, the Monday night game is your best game of the week. Avoid in survivor, but enjoy this one.
: There are a lot of options this week including
COLTS to improve to 4-0 against the Seneca Wallace Seahawks.