The San Diego Chargers put their perfect ATS mark on the line in Week 4 of the season as a huge favorite on the NFL betting lines against the Jacksonville Jaguars, and Philip Rivers and company came out of that contest with their fourth consecutive cover of the season.
San Diego was favored by two touchdowns against Jacksonville in Week 4, and picked up a 33-14 SU and ATS victory to improve to 3-1 SU and 4-0 ATS on the season. Rivers completed 29 of his 39 pass attempts for 377 yards with three TD strikes for the Chargers in that easy win.
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Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers also rolled to an easy cover in Week 4, with bettors pushing them to 1-point road favorites against the Chicago Bears in a game they easily won 38-17. Indianapolis also had no trouble covering a 9-point spread in a 41-17 win over Tennessee, with Miami bouncing Oakland 38-14 as a 3.5-point favorite over in London, and Baltimore thumping Carolina 38-10 as a 3.5-point home favorite.
Washington was favored by as many as 6 points against the Giants in last week’s Thursday Night Football matchup, but New York rolled to a 45-14 win in that contest. As well, Atlanta lost 41-28 as a 3-point favorite against Minnesota, and Pittsburgh was edged 27-24 as an 8-point favorite against Tampa Bay. New Orleans was favored by 3 points on the road in Dallas, but lost 38-17 on Sunday night.
Here are all the SU and ATS results for the Week 4 NFL schedule . . .
NY Giants 45, Washington 14 (Washington -6)
Green Bay 38, Chicago 17 (Green Bay -1)
Houston 23, Buffalo 17 (Houston -2.5)
Indianapolis 41, Tennessee 17 (Indianapolis -9)
Baltimore 38, Carolina 10 (Baltimore -3.5)
Detroit 24, NY Jets 17 (Detroit -1)
Tampa Bay 27, Pittsburgh 24 (Pittsburgh -8)
Miami 38, Oakland 14 (Miami -3.5)
San Diego 33, Jacksonville 14 (San Diego -14)
Minnesota 41, Atlanta 28 (Atlanta -3)
San Francisco 26, Philadelphia 21 (San Francisco -5)
Dallas 38, New Orleans 17 (New Orleans -3)
Kansas City 41, New England 14 (New England -3)