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NFL Betting: Week 4 Opening Lines

One of the biggest surprises early on in NFL betting is how wide open the AFC now appears to be. The Buffalo Bills are the conference’s only 3-0 team, with nine teams trailing close behind at 2-1.

Two of those 2-1 teams will meet for NBC’s Sunday Night Football when the Baltimore Ravens host the New York Jets. Baltimore is coming off of a blowout win over St. Louis last week, while New York had a disappointing loss to the Oakland Raiders.

Baltimore is 6-0 SU and 5-1 ATS in their last six meetings against New York. The Ravens won 10-9 as a 1-point underdog in their matchup last season in New York. Baltimore is a 3.5-point home favorite Sunday night at TopBet.

After OVERs dominated totals betting for the first two weeks, the UNDER finally paid off in Week 3, going 10-6. The highest total on the board this week is in New England’s game against Oakland, where the total is set at 53.5 at BetOnline.

Tampa Bay (-10) at home against Indianapolis is one of two double-digit favorites this week, and Green Bay (-13) at home against Denver is the other (both lines at TopBet).

In Week 3, underdogs were 12-4 ATS and home teams were 10-6 SU.

Key matches with Week 4 odds courtesy of 5Dimes:

Steelers +4 at Houston – Pittsburgh has struggled offensively this season, and fell to 1-2 ATS in last week’s narrow win at Indianapolis. Will the defense bail them out against Houston’s dangerous attack?

Vikings PK at Kansas City – Minnesota and Kansas City will both be looking for their first win of the season Sunday at Arrowhead Stadium. Minnesota coughed up a 17-point lead against Tampa Bay and a 20-point lead against Detroit last week.

Atlanta -4.5 at Seattle – Atlanta fell to 1-2 on the season and 0-2 on the road, both SU and ATS, in last week’s road loss to Tampa Bay. Seattle is 4-1 SU in their last five games at home.

Patriots -4 at Oakland – Tom Brady threw four interceptions in last week’s loss to Buffalo. The total has gone OVER in New England’s last five games and in six of Oakland’s last seven.