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NFL Week 4 Key Betting Games

Written by Charlie Jimenez   
Sunday, 02 October 2011 05:50

Betting on the NFL Week 4The 2011 NFL betting season is starting to settle clearly. This week we have some games between teams that began 2011 with serious playoff aspirations and could be a taste of what awaits us in January. Join Now to Bet on this Game!

The most interesting of these big games is between the New York Jets and Baltimore Ravens. In many respects does not get better games in the NFL: two teams that have been constant guests to the playoffs in recent years, two solid defense and a history of a great defensive game in 2010. Rex Ryan is the prodigal son returns to Baltimore and a team so far has been less round the quality of never say never, as demonstrated against the Cowboys.

The Oakland Raiders face a team from the AFC East for the third consecutive week when they host the New England Patriots. Oakland looks reborn behind a dominant Darren McFadden, which looks bad for the Patriots defense that has been completely absent.

Then there's Tom Brady, who comes to deliver four interceptions, the same amount he had in all of 2010, against the Bills and seeks revenge, while Richard Seymour is resented his departure from Foxborough and try to collect his former teammates .

The Pittsburgh Steelers are struggling with their traditional post-Super Bowl down. Ben Roethlisberger's protection has suffered from injury and there has been constant with bad decisions by the quarterback. The Houston Texans had a disappointing loss to the Saints after dominating the game for long periods and now need to tighten defensively and exploit the return of Arian Foster to try to get a win a few Steelers who suffered greatly from the much weaker Colts.

When a confrontation between the Detroit Lions and Dallas Cowboys team is undefeated and one would assume that raising expectations is seconds, but this is a new era and Detroit have the opportunity to get 4-0 with three wins to get on the road after having the game losing streak on the patio outside longest history. This feat will not be easy, however, that the Cowboys are also in full renaissance. Dallas suffers from several sides and is, on paper, ideal as a victim in this encounter but Tony Romo inspiration that spread to his companions is palpable and the Lions should take care of that (incredibly) could be an upset of the pupils of Jason Garrett.

The San Francisco 49ers Philadelphia Eagles visit with a losing record and a strong recovery franchise quarterback. Will that be enough to bring out the 49ers would be a surprise epic? With Frank Gore hurt the ankle and Alex Smith to face an Eagles defense that has curdled but still has elite cornerbacks seems unlikely. But the 49ers' defense is one stroke to pull Michael Vick of movement, so this game could be tighter than it seems and could be entertaining.

Cam Newton began his career with drums beating and even took the foot off the accelerator in the three weeks under heavy rain, the clash of the Carolina Panthers against the legendary Chicago Bears defensive end still seems exciting. The Bears, who have been unable to protect the quarterback, desperately need a win against a weak defense to avoid falling to 1-3. The Panthers and their quarterback has a tough test but have everything to gain and little to lose.

Many wags asserted, much like Denny Green, Rex Grossman "is who I thought it was" after the last play of the fall of the Washington Redskins at Cowboys. The mission of the quarterback is taking advantage of some St. Louis Rams, for a combination of bad luck, bad execution tough opponents and have lost a number of parties raised.

The Buffalo Bills continue their incredible start to the season by visiting the Cincinnati Bengals. Buffalo looking for a 4-0 start against an opponent that looks like so for those purposes. The Bills have not scored fewer than 34 points in the season while the Bengals have taken a nosedive after beating the Browns in week one, scoring just eight points in his home debut last week. But Buffalo must be emotionally drained after two spectacular returns. The Bills still have things to prove before being accepted as a force in the process.

Things were looking good for the Tennessee Titans before losing their number one receiver Kenny Britt. Now Matthew Hasselbeck will face the Cleveland Browns of his mentor Mike Holmgren without that weapon and a Chris Johnson unrecognizable. Will the Titans defensive enough to shut down to Colt McCoy, Holmgren or know enough to neutralize Browns Tennessee's offense?

The Atlanta Falcons have their backs against the wall just in week four and now must get into the courtyard of the "Player 12" to collide with the Seattle Seahawks. Atlanta has to establish its running game and is urged to pull out a victory to avoid falling to 1-3, which would begin to feel far from the Saints and Buccaneers. Seattle has a decent defense but the offensive problems Tarvaris Jackson make the forecast for the Seahawks is not encouraging.

The Miami Dolphins have an almost impossible mission: to get his first win of the season visiting the San Diego Chargers. Miami has had brilliant moments in the season (the debut was encouraging to Patriots), but coming off a disappointing loss to the Browns after dominating the match. San Diego has overcome the poor performance of Philip Rivers in the first two weeks, which can only be a good sign that the team is more complete.

The Denver Broncos have never won at Lambeau Field and, in week four, will have a chance to repeat the dose delivered to the Green Bay Packers in Super Bowl XXXII ... a long shot. The champions have been a steamroller and that does not have to stop at a Broncos that could end the week with quarterback Tim Tebow. The Packers should keep their undefeated here.

Blaine Gabbert debut at home against the New Orleans Saints, which will be a difficult test for the young quarterback for the Jacksonville Jaguars. The Saints will consistently carry the rookie and if all goes according to plans for Sean Peyton, local wear on the defensive having it on the field for long periods. On paper, this game seems only the platform from which the Saints jump to 3-1, but the NFL is not without surprises.

The pressure begins to rise in the desert for the Arizona Cardinals are 1-2 and some people blame on Kevin Kolb. This interpretation seems unfair, but the visit of the New York Giants will do little to change it. "Big Blue" has found and fixed the holes rhythm on offense because of injury to people like Victor Cruz. But will the Giants defense which complicate the Cardinals and is need of something special Kolb, Larry Fitzgerald and company if they want to defeat the "G-Men."

Two teams from the bottom of the league will seek their first win in duel of despair when they visit the Minnesota Vikings Kansas City Chiefs. Although both are 0-3, Kansas City seems in many more problems without Jamaal Charles and Eric Berry and a Matt Cassel has the second lowest average yards per attempt in the NFL betting . Minnesota, meanwhile, made a promise to give more the ball to Adrian Peterson. If Vikings have the advantage at halftime last can they hold on to it?

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