The Buffalo Bills will be looking to build on last weekend’s stunning 27-6 upset victory over the Minnesota Vikings when they take on the Green Bay Packers as 10-point road underdogs on the NFL Week 4 odds at sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark.com.
Led by rookie quarterback Josh Allen, Buffalo rebounded from a pair of dismal performances to open the season, claiming the victory over the Vikings as a massive 16.5-point underdog. The Bills now take a five-game straight-up win streak against NFC North opponents into Sunday afternoon’s Bills versus Packers betting matchup at Lambeau Field.
The Bills have also taken six of nine from the Packers, but have struggled in recent visits to Lambeau, losing by double-digit margins in three straight.
The Packers return home after falling 31-17 to the Washington Redskins as 2.5-point road chalk. Now sporting a 1-1-1 record, Green Bay has seen its Super Bowl 53 odds tumble from +1000 to +1800. The Packers have also struggled on home turf, going 2-4-1 in their past seven, and have failed to cover in three straight as double-digit home favourites.
Things get no easier for the Vikings in their Thursday night matchup with the undefeated Los Angeles Rams as 6.5-point road underdogs. Minnesota’s loss to the Bills marked its first home defeat while listed as double-digit favourites since 2001.
The Rams are off to an impressive 3-0 start that has lifted them to the top of the Super Bowl odds as +400 favourites. Los Angeles has outscored opponents by an average margin of 34-12 through Week 3, but has seen the point total go OVER just once in its past four.
Elsewhere on the NFL Week 4 odds, the Chicago Bears host the Tampa Bay Buccaneers as 3-point chalk in a clash of unlikely division leaders, and the Cleveland Browns aim for consecutive wins for the first time since November 2014 as they visit the Oakland Raiders as 2.5-point underdogs.
The Bears improved to 2-1 and seized top spot in the NFC North with last weekend’s narrow 16-14 win over Arizona as 5.5-point road chalk. The Buccaneers are licking their wounds after committing four turnovers in a 30-27 loss to Pittsburgh as 1-point home chalk on Monday, but have held Chicago to 17 total points in two straight SU and ATS wins.
The Steelers look to make it two in a row as they host the Baltimore Ravens favoured by three points on Sunday night, while the Kansas City Chiefs look to stay undefeated in a Monday night clash with the Denver Broncos as 4-point road betting favourites.