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Thanks to a 4-1 week, the Super Computer has broken the .500 mark and is 9-6 in its weekly Westgate Super Contest picks for 2015.
Once again the Super Computer explains its picks for NFL Week 4, so without further delay, here are the predictions.
Bills -5 at Home to Giants
Computer says 27.7 to 17.5 Bills | Matchup Stats
Giants quarterback Eli Manning somehow has gone through three weeks of the NFL season without throwing an interception after tossing 41 picks in the past two seasons. The Bills are coming off a three-interception performance against Ryan Tannehill last week.
The Bills have been solid at covering with a 7-2 ATS record in their past nine contests while going 6-3 SU. The Giants have struggled to pick up wins on the road winning just two of their past seven away from MetLife Stadium.
Bengals -4 at Home to Chiefs
Computer says 24.2 to 18.4 Bengals | Matchup Stats
The Bengals have been monsters at Paul Brown Stadium going 15-3-1 SU and 14-4-1 ATS in their past 19 games in Cincinnati. The lone home game for the Bengals this season saw quarterback Andy Dalton throw three touchdowns and no interceptions.
Chiefs quarterback Alex Smith has been struggling over the past two weeks, throwing one touchdown and three interceptions in back-to-back losses for KC.
Vikings +6.5 at Broncos
Computer says 19.6 to 16 Broncos | Matchup Stats
Running Back Adrian Peterson is back to his old ways. AP has rushed for 260 yards and two touchdowns in the past two weeks, which has led to the Vikings going 2-0 SU and ATS.
The Broncos are 3-0 SU this season, but have won by less than a touchdown twice. Denver has also only faced one top tier running back this season with Jamaal Charles rushing for 125 yards and one touchdown in Week 2.
Cardinals -7 at Home to Rams
Computer says 30.2 to 16.8 Cardinals | Matchup Stats
What’s not to like about the Arizona Cardinals? Through three weeks Carson Palmer and company are 3-0 SU and ATS, covering the spread by an eye-popping average of 22 points. The Cards have put up a staggering 77 points on the scoreboard so far – the fourth-highest number in NFL history in the season’s first three games.
St. Louis’s defense presents a tougher challenge in Week 4 but a touchdown isn’t too many points for the Cards to cover by any means. The friendly confines of University of Phoenix Stadium have been more than kind to the Cardinals as Arizona is 8-1 SU and ATS in their last nine games at home, winning nine SU as home chalk.
Falcons -6 at Home to Texans
Computer says 24.8 to 16.4 Falcons | Matchup Stats
The Falcons enter Sunday’s game vs the Texans averaging the fifth most yards and points in the NFL, with Julio Jones and Matt Ryan ripping secondaries apart. The Texans have allowed six passing touchdowns this season, including three to Alex Smith last week, making them extremely vulnerable going against one of the league’s top passing duos.
The Falcons have no problem putting points on the board, something the Texans can’t say as the league’s 25th ranked team in points scored. After two straight wins on the road and three straight overall (SU and ATS), The Falcons will try to take advantage of a Texans team who have a recent history of struggling on the road, going 4-16 SU in their last 16 road games.