NFL Football 2023 Week 4 Preview. The Atlanta Falcons will put on a show with the Jacksonville Jaguars in Wembley Stadium, London, to start Sunday football. That’s followed by two top teams meeting to see who will dominate in the NFL. The 3-0 Dolphins offense will take on the 2-1 Bills powerful offense and defense. If Buffalo’s defense can contain Miami’s offense, they can cover the spread.
Week 4 NFL Schedule and Lines
Thursday, September 28
- Detroit Lions (2-1) at Green Bay Packers (2-1) Lions (-1.5, 46)
Sunday, October 1
- Atlanta Falcons (2-1) at Jacksonville Jaguars (1-2) Jaguars (-3, 43.5)
- Miami Dolphins (3-0) at Buffalo Bills (2-1) Bills (-3, 53.5)
- Minnesota Vikings (0-3) at Carolina Panthers (0-3) Vikings (-3.5, 45.5)
- Denver Broncos (0-3) at Chicago Bears (0-3) Broncos (-3, 46)
- Baltimore Ravens (2-1) at Cleveland Browns (2-1) Browns (-2.5, 40.5)
- Pittsburgh Steelers (2-1) at Houston Texans (1-2) Steelers (-3, 42)
- Los Angeles Rams (1-2) at Indianapolis Colts (2-1) Colts (-1, 46.5)
- Tampa Bay Buccaneers (2-1) at New Orleans Saints (2-1) Saints (-3, 40.5)
- Washington Commanders (2-1) at Philadelphia Eagles (3-0) Eagles (-8, 44.5)
- Cincinnati Bengals (1-2) at Tennessee Titans (1-2) Bengals (-2, 41)
- Las Vegas Raiders (1-2) at Los Angeles Chargers (1-2) Chargers (-5.5, 47.5)
- New England Patriots (1-2) at Dallas Cowboys (2-1) Cowboys (-7, 43)
- Arizona Cardinals (1-2) at San Francisco 49ers (3-0) 49ers (-14, 44)
- Kansas City Chiefs (2-1) at New York Jets (1-2) Chiefs (-9.5, 42.5)
Monday, October 2
- Seattle Seahawks (2-1) at New York Giants (1-2) Giants (-1, 47)
The Commanders Are No Longer Commanding
After a great start, Washington was humbled by the Bills’ offense and defense, 37-3. Their only points came from a 51-yard field goal with 46 seconds remaining in the game. Hopefully, they learned a few things from the experience because they’re going from the frying pan into the fire when they meet the Eagles in Philadelphia. Either way, the Eagles are only favored by 8 points, and they are only 10-10 ATS. Still, I can’t see Washington getting within 8 points. Look for Philly to win and cover.
The Seahawks Bring Their Show to the East Coast
The Giants have a talented roster but have been unable to get their offense going. New tight end Darren Waller is their top receiver, but he only has 20 catches for 132 yards. Their running back, Saquon Barkley, received an ankle injury in Week 2 and will be out for about three weeks.
Seattle has done better, starting with running back Kenneth Walker receiving Offense Player of the Week honors. He ran for 97 yards and two touchdowns in Week 3. DK Metcalf totaled 112 receiving yards. If Geno Smith and Coach Carroll can keep the magic going, they’ll overpower the Giants. Keep your limits in, as the line might change over to the Seahawks before Monday’s game.
Houston’s C.J. Stroud is Just Getting Comfortable
The Texans might be 1-2, but they have been getting better each game. A big part of that is rookie quarterback C.J. Stroud. They lost in Week 1 in a blowout against the Ravens. Week 2 saw them lose to the Colts. But in Week 3, they had a decisive win against the Jaguars, 37-17. Stroud threw for 280 yards and two touchdowns. Pittsburgh has a much better defense, so Stroud will have to continue stepping up.
On the other side, Houston’s defense should be able to hold its own against Pittsburgh’s offense and quarterback, Kenny Pickett. The line was at -4.5 before slipping to -3. Watch for any more movement.
Baltimore is Stumbling and Fumbling
The Ravens’ next two games are against division rivals. They won their first two of the season and looked like they would continue their winning streak. Baltimore’s Lamar Jackson set a new NFL record by being the first quarterback to complete at least 70% of his passes and rush for at least 150 yards. But that was overshadowed by the loss against the Colts in overtime, who were using their backup quarterback.
Having six fumbles in Baltimore’s first three games might have something to do with it. The Browns have been more fortunate, decisively winning against the Bengals in Week 1 and the Titans in Week 3. Their defense kept the points against at 3. Both were home games. Their loss to the Steelers in Week 2 was close (22-26). They play the Ravens at home. I’d pick them to win and cover the spread. Keep your limits in.
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