Week 4 NFL free picks are up from some of the top sports betting experts. We start with OffshoreInsiders.com Senior Sports Handicapper Matt Rivers has a sports betting pick winner for Sunday is on the New England Patriots (-6) to Oakland Raiders.
Reasoning: It’s certainly not easy laying points like this on the road and especially against an Oakland team that has really been coming into their own. I backed the Raiders in that huge play last week against the Jets and won outright so I know how potent these guys can be at the Black Hole. Ever since JaMarcus Russell was kicked out of town things have improved dramatically and I expect that to continue, save today.
Brady and Belichick don’t lose two in a row and after so much talk about how the New England defense is awful and terrible and horrendous and this that and the other I can see them coming out and manning up to a high degree in this game and avenging the implosion last week in Buffalo. Yes the Patriots have some problems defensively, I get that. But all of a sudden the Raiders have encountered a ton of injuries in their secondary and that’s not very good up against Brady. Throw in Wes Welker and Rob Gronkowski and others and Brady should be slicing and dicing today as he usually does.
Darren McFadden has been running wild and probably will chew up some yards here as well but when all is said and done we are going to see a dedicated New England club that will come out with a chip on its shoulder and take care of business after the rare defeat last week up in Buffalo.
Rivers pick is on New England.
Now from the top NFL handicapper in sports betting history, GodsTips anchor of OffshoreInsiders.com
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MIAMI +7.5 San Diego
For the second straight year Miami has been much better on the road than at home. Oh they have yet to win outright, but they have two double-digit home losses and a one-point road setback.
Under Norv Turner, the Chargers continue to be predictably unpredictable, a sign of a team that has more talent than coaching. The underdog, not surprisingly has covered all three of their games.
Dolphins quarterback Chad Henne is also a box of chocolates QB. Hence the highest percentage play is to go with such erratic QBs getting a bunch of points when they are playing poorly. When you least expect it, expect it. With a dangerous weapon in Reggie Bush, this will be his breakout game.
It’s also a great matchup as the big dog’s strength attacks the chalks weakness. The Chargers are inconsistent defending the run (yielding 111 yards per contest, 4.3 yards per attempt), and the Dolphins’ strong suit is rushing the football.
Since the Chargers’ receiving crew (including Antonio Gates and Vincent Jackson) are battling injuries, the Chargers will run heavily making the big spread that much bigger.
Miami has also been tough against the screen, a key component the Chargers utilize. They’ve allowed a measly 64 yards receiving and 10 receptions to running backs this season.
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Detroit Lions @ Dallas Cowboys
Sunday, October 2, 1:00 p.m. ET
NFL betting line: Cowboys -1
Some bettors are billing this matchup as the “Are the Lions For Real?” game. Personally, I see it as the “Are the Cowboys for Real?” game. So far, Dallas lost to the Jets, just scraped by the 49ers and beat the Washington Redskins by two points at home. Hmm. They also won’t have wide receiver Miles Austin this week – and Dez Bryant may sit, too,
The Lions, meanwhile, have won in blowout fashion and via comeback. Matthew Stafford has been as aggressive as any quarterback in the league this season, chucking the ball up for Calvin Johnson. The Lions’ front seven, led by Ndamukong Suh, looks scarier by the day. If the Lions are beatable anywhere, it’s in the secondary, but will Tony Romo be able to exploit weaknesses with a depleted receiving corps? I don’t think so.
The pick: Lions +1