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NFL Week 4 Betting Analysis

Written by Charlie Jimenez   
Sunday, 30 September 2012 12:18

NFL Week 4  bettingJust three weeks after the start of the season we are in a strange world: some of the powers come across negative marks and some unexpectedly good sailing waters. Fortunately we have the official regreso.Echemos holders for a look at what is in store for week four. Join Now to Bet on this Game!

New York Giants (2-1) at Philadelphia Eagles (2-1) - 8:20 pm ET
Two of the teams that occupy the top of the NFC East is still a mystery. The Giants have had moments of greatness and epic falls. The Eagles won two games by one point before falling to the surprising Cardinals. Now one of them will step forward strongly in this tough divisional matchup. In addition there is resentment between them, after Osi Umenyiora call LeSean McCoy "Lady Gaga" and "Shady" calling defensive answer "Balerina". Not only that, but suddenly Michael Vick could be fighting for his job. In the trenches we see an interesting matchup of two of the most ruthless defensive lines in the NFL. This game is interesting on a multitude of levels and the winner will have a strong drive late in the first quarter of the season.

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New Orleans Saints (0-3) at Green Bay Packers (1-2) - 4:25 pm ET
A party that could have been the championship game of the NFC in the last two years now becomes a battle of desperate teams. The Saints dying after only three weeks, with a brand that practically guarantees that they will not go to playoffs unless they have historical recovery. The Packers, affected by some controversial refereeing decisions have negative mark and languish at the bottom of their division. Green Bay will have a huge task to leave the game against Seattle in the past and look to improve their tackleo Saints have one of the most explosive offenses in the NFL. A extra details? With a touchdown pass, Drew Brees would tie the mark of Johnny Unitas for most consecutive games with at least one touchdown pass with 47. In addition to a huge party, we could see history.

San Francisco 49ers (2-1) at New York Jets (2-1) - 1:00 pm ET
Two contenders collide with something to prove in week four. The Jets are facing one of their worst fears: a season without Darrelle Revis. How will you recover with an itinerary that includes multiple clashes with teams with solid air game? How will cope with the emotional blow? On the other side which is considered by many the best team in the NFL, the 49ers, who are coming off a humiliating loss to the Vikings need to make an emphatic statement and what better to do it against a team that has had good times in 2012. Considering the strength of San Francisco's defense against the run, will we see Tebow and the Wildcat in an attempt to open spaces passing game Mark Sanchez? If the Jets fail to maintain "fair" to the 49ers' defense, the game could not be closed.

New England Patriots (1-2) at Buffalo Bills (2-1) - 1:00 pm ET
After a couple of defeats closed, the Patriots fell to negative mark for the first time since 2003. They now face the difficult challenge of a team that humbled in his last visit to western New York, a Bills after dramatically losing in week one, have spun two wins. Buffalo Tom Brady deciphered in 2011 by getting four interceptions against fundamental to the surprise victory of the time. Besides the Bills could win back Fred Jackson and CJ Spiller, is it possible that New England fall to 1-3? We will see the Patriots fight furiously to avoid that fate, even if they have to pull tricks out of the hat against a defense that Marcel Dareus will press and Mario Williams.

Tennessee Titans (1-2) at Houston Texans (3-0) - 1:00 pm ET
The Texans are the only undefeated team in the AFC and, to the surprise of many, one of the strongest teams in the NFL. Now a clash with Titans that have not taken off in 2012 and, after giving signs of hope against a good team like the Lions, and seemed to fall apart at the end came out with the win so agonizing. Houston is running on all cylinders, Arian Foster exceeds 100 total yards per game, Matt Schaub is healthy and accurate and is the second best defense in the league in total yards allowed. For Tennessee, Jake Locker has been erratic, Chris Johnson has all season, 45 rushing yards and zero touchdowns. If the Titans want to contend, this game could be where everything revolves. But for that need to be imposed on one of the best teams in the NFL.

Washington Redskins (1-2) at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1-2) - 4:25 pm ET )
The Buccaneers, the best team against the run, measured at Robert Griffin III and all its versatility. If Tampa Bay can eliminate the running game of Alfred Morris (who?!), RG3 will have to beat them with his arm. The 'Bucs' have good prospects if they can keep Washington dimensional. After victories in week one both teams have high aspirations but the reality is that not both fall to 1-3 record after this week, falling behind in their respective division. We'll see if Griffin, who has complained of foul play against him, has the tricks to overcome the (aggressive) defense Greg Schiano or Josh Freeman and Vincent Jackson put the Buccaneers 2-2 at the expense of the wards of Mike Shanahan.

San Diego Chargers (2-1) at Kansas City Chiefs (1-2) - 1:00 pm ET
In an AFC West that has a single leader and teams looking evenly matched, we will see two teams that do not have an identity in three weeks of the season. The Chiefs seemed hopeless in the first two weeks and part of the third but behind a Jamaal Charles who is fully recovered from the torn ACL suffered in 2011, and a huge boost of will, the Saints left lying and received an injection of confidence. The Chargers defeated the Raiders and Tennessee passed over before disappearing completely in week three against Falcons. If the trend continues, Kansas City could get to Philip Rivers and company with good secondary.

Minnesota Vikings (2-1) at Detroit Lions (1-2) - 1:00 pm ET
If before the season somebody had said that this would play a 2-1 team and a quarterback with 67 percent completion and the other would arrive with a 1-2 record, few would have thought that the first is Minnesota and the second Detroit. The Vikings, a team that expected a rebuilding season, Adrian Peterson have a recovery which is nothing short of miraculous and a young quarterback who gradually gains confidence, high accuracy and good mobility. The Lions have an important question: their passing game, the potent strength of their offense, is at risk to the health of Matthew Stafford. Without a solid running game, is it possible that the Lions, one of the revelations of 2011, falling to 1-3 at the hands of one of the revelations of 2012? This is a good chance that the Vikings show what they are made before a tough opponent on the road.

Carolina Panthers (1-2) at Atlanta Falcons (3-0) - 1:00 pm ET
Did you finish the honeymoon of Cam Newton with the Panthers? Carolina has seen high hopes frustrated in the first few weeks of the season emphasized by a clear defeat by the Giants are the team looking for answers. These answers may not come against the Falcons, one of the top teams in the league rounds right now that, after being shut out for the Giants in the playoffs past have shown that their offense has enough power to contend until the final weeks of January 2013, or even until February. With the recent defensive problems Carolina, Matt Ryan ("Matty Ice") could have a field day, and the lucky viewers might see a carnival offensive.

Cincinnati Bengals (2-1) at Jacksonville Jaguars (1-2) - 4:05 pm ET
The Bengals, a young team that went to playoffs and is one win away from the top of one of the toughest divisions in the NFL. Can the Jaguars be a real challenge for Cincinnati? More than it seems: Jacksonville's strength is, as it has been for a few years, Maurice Jones-Drew, who exploded for 177 yards against Indianapolis in the only victory until Jaguars. That, coupled with the fact that the Bengals have allowed 155 rushing yards per game, the second worst total in the league, makes Jaguars have a legitimate chance of surprising Cincinnati and this match is potentially more entertaining than the disparity (paper) indicates. Both teams have exciting receivers, do you use their quarterbacks?

Oakland Raiders (1-2) at Denver Broncos (1-2) - 4:05 pm ET
After the brilliant victory of the Broncos in week one against Steelers, Peyton Manning has entered uncharted territory with a pair of losses. Denver has lost to two very good teams in consecutive weeks, and although losses have been worthy, doubts persist Manning's return. Now the Broncos will have to defend their ambitions to go to playoffs against a team that at times this season has seemed completely lost but managed to gather forces to defeat another traditional rival. The Raiders not only look back to .500 but so at the cost of a hated rival at home. To achieve this will require, as always, a Darren McFadden at his best producing lavishly yards. Expectations suggest that the Broncos have more pressure, do you draw on the Raiders?

Miami Dolphins (1-2) at Arizona Cardinals (3-0) - 4:05 pm ET
The Cardinals look like a legitimate contender with wins over Patriots, Eagles and Seahawks and now his good defensive receive about Dolphins that gave fight to the end in week three but they face this difficult encounter with a rookie quarterback and possibly without their best offensive weapon , Reggie Bush. Kevin Kolb could extend his streak to four wins and begin to take hold as the leader of a team that seeks recognition, having started the season on the bench. This will be a difficult task for the Dolphins.

Seattle Seahawks (2-1) at St. Louis Rams (1-2) - 1:00 pm ET
The Seahawks won a game of offense in week three and now looking back to normal with his good and undervalued defensive facing the Rams, who have had interesting moments but seem overwhelmed by Seattle in advance. If the Seahawks keep winning with a good defense, eventually draw the attention of the media in a division that has an unexpected undefeated, one of the best teams in the league and a team whose stadium is a defensive stronghold with a young and ambitious . The NFC West starts to look better, right?

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