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Preseason NFL Week 4 Schedule with Week 4 Betting Lines
Thursday, August 31
Jared Goff looks good. The Rams' defense looks good. The backups? Not so much. But even if this game goes poorly against the Green Bay backups, Sean McVay has to be a happy camper.
Apparently the Bills have gone crazy. Last week, they sent home Marcell Dareus over rules violations. Then they traded Reggie Ragland to Kansas City. Then they released Bacarri Rambo and a few others who figured to make the team this year. That's why the books are shy to even bother putting lines up for this game.
The Jets have scored just 44 points in three preseason games. Josh McCown may end up starting in Week 4 because this offense flat out isn't where it needs to be.
The Colts are still notorious for punting the preseason, and the fourth week of the preseason makes it even harder to bet on them as favorites.
Matt Simms and Alek Torgersen aren't really "favorite" material for the Falcons, but the Jaguars' defense hasn't been good this preseason at all.
The Steelers may ultimately let Bart Houston play this entire game, and that's why they're the biggest underdogs on the board in Week 4.
Little known fact: Jay Gruden's NFL coaching career started with the Buccaneers as a special assistant to his brother, John. Now, he gets to make a rare return to Tampa Bay.
The Pats are even favorites in a game that doesn't matter at all against the Giants. You know that Bill Belichick isn't going to show anything special to a team that he could be facing in February.
Certainly this game won't be played in Houston, but it's even doubtful that this game is played at all.
It sounds like Mitch Trubisky will not only start, but could play most of this game on Thursday night to get him some reps before he takes a seat for the regular season.
The New Orleans defense has allowed just 27 points in three preseason games, something that the Ravens will want to change in Week 4.
The Vikes are going to be public for sure, knowing that Mike Zimmer and the gang always seem to pull these games off. That said, Minnesota is just 1-2 ATS this preseason in spite of its 2-1 SU mark.
This is the last shot for Patrick Mahomes II to strut his stuff and get some reps to end the preseason. If he starts to shine, he could ultimately pour some pressure on Alex Smith.
Paxton Lynch might have lost the starting quarterback battle to Trevor Siemian, but he will have a shot to make a nice last impression to end the preseason against Arizona.
The Bolts finally got their first win representing LA, but the fact that they've been outscored by 35 points in the preseason has to be at least a mild concern.
The Seahawks have played some good football in the preseason, and Trevone Boykin and Austin Davis should ultimately see a lot of time against an Oakland team that has nothing left to prove.
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