The Cincinnati Bengals are undefeated through four weeks and have been looking good doing it. Cincy plays host to the Seattle Seahawks, who are coming off a short week, Sunday. The OddsShark Super Computer is expecting the Bengals to take it to the Seahawks with a predicted 27.3-17.4 score in favour of Cincy.
The Bengals are second in the NFL in yards per game (422.0) and fourth in points per game (30.3) thanks in large part to their balanced approach. Quarterback Andy Dalton has thrown the ball 116 times with running backs rushing the ball 107 times.
Seattle is coming off a dominating stretch defensively in which they have only allowed a combined 10 points in their past two games.
Ravens Projected to Record First ATS Win
After starting 0-3 SU the Baltimore Ravens managed to get in the win column last week, but have still yet to cover the spread this season. The OddsShark Super Computer is predicting that will change with a Ravens 27-15.6 win over the struggling Cleveland Browns.
The Ravens running game was downright terrible through the first three weeks of the season with the team averaging 59 yards per game, but the team got it together in Week 4 with 191 combined rushing yards.
Though the Browns are often the butt of jokes in the NFL, they came within seconds of possibly beating the San Diego Chargers last week. If it was not for an offside on a last second field goal attempt we may be talking about how well quarterback Josh McCown led the Browns to a giant-killer label.
Falcons and Redskins Expected to be Close
The Atlanta Falcons are 4-0 SU and ATS. The Washington Redskins are 2-2 SU and ATS. Despite this difference in records and play, the OddsShark Super Computer is expecting a tight affair with the Falcons squeaking out a 23-21.3 point win over Washington.
The Falcons offense has been terrifying this season. Receiver Julio Jones is tied for the league lead in receiving yards and is second in receiving touchdowns. Running back Devonta Freeman is also coming off back-to-back games with three rushing touchdowns.
Washington’s offensive line has done a good job this season, which is a big reason for their wins. Kirk Cousins has only been sacked five times through four games and the rushing attack is averaging 4.4 yards per carry.
|Thu||Indianapolis Colts||Houston Texans||19.4||25.2|
|Sun||Seattle Seahawks||Cincinnati Bengals||17.4||27.3|
|Sun||Buffalo Bills||Tennessee Titans||25.4||22.8|
|Sun||Chicago Bears||Kansas City Chiefs||16.6||26.2|
|Sun||Jacksonville Jaguars||Tampa Bay Buccaneers||20.2||23.8|
|Sun||Cleveland Browns||Baltimore Ravens||15.6||27|
|Sun||New Orleans Saints||Philadelphia Eagles||21.7||27.7|
|Sun||St. Louis Rams||Green Bay Packers||14.4||29.8|
|Sun||Washington Redskins||Atlanta Falcons||21.3||23.0|
|Sun||New England Patriots||Dallas Cowboys||30.1||18.3|
|Sun||Arizona Cardinals||Detroit Lions||23.0||22.2|
|Sun||Denver Broncos||Oakland Raiders||20.1||20.4|
|Sun||San Francisco 49ers||New York Giants||17.0||26.7|
|Mon||Pittsburgh Steelers||San Diego Chargers||18.0||29.1|