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A dozen of the 16 games played in Week 3 were decided by a touchdown or less, putting an exclamation mark on the parity in the NFL this season.

It also showed just how important every point is ATS to football bettors, so it’s no surprise that over half of this week’s games have seen line movements of a point or more.

Here’s a look at the games that have seen the most significant line movements in Week 4.

Minnesota Vikings @ Kansas City Chiefs (from -3.0 to +2.0 at [custom:bodog-link])

The battle of 0-3 SU teams saw a full 5-point swing from Kansas City being favored to Minnesota. Minnesota has lost three straight games with big second half collapses.

San Francisco 49ers @ Philadelphia Eagles (from -7.0 to -9.0 at BetOnline)

With Michael Vick participating in practice this week and looking ready to start Sunday, bettors were quick to jump on Philadelphia again, despite their losing as a big favorite last week and getting off to a 1-2 start.

Detroit Lions @ Dallas Cowboys (from -3.0 to -1.0 at BetOnline)

Dallas didn’t score a touchdown in their 18-16 win over Washington last week, and they are still dealing with multiple injuries, prompting bettors to take the points on the 3-0 SU Detroit Lions.

Tennessee Titans @ Cleveland Browns (from -2.0 to PK at 5Dimes)

Losing wideout Kenny Britt for the season didn’t dissuade Tennessee backers from betting them this week. Both Cleveland and Tennessee are off to surprising 2-1 SU starts, but both are 1-2 ATS.

Miami Dolphins @ San Diego Chargers (from -9.0 to -7.0 at [custom:bodog-link])

San Diego is 0-3 ATS this season, and their close call against weak Kansas City prompted bettors to take the points on Miami this Sunday. Miami is still looking for its first win of the season.

Other games that have seen some line movement include Carolina @ Chicago (from -5.0 to -6.5), the Giants @ Arizona (from -3.0 to -1.5), New Orleans @ Jacksonville (from +6.0 to +7.0), Atlanta @ Seattle (from -3.5 to -4.5), and Pittsburgh @ Houston (from -3.0 to -3.5), all at TopBet.