The Chicago Bears seem to be selling off assets already this season with the trades of Jared Allen and Jon Bostic this week. Despite the Bears going 0-3 SU and ATS this season, the OddsShark Super Computer is predicting a 21.2-19.4 win for the Windy City when they host the Oakland Raiders Sunday.
The Bears have scored the second-fewest points in the NFL this season (46) while allowing the most points (105). However, this could be a sneaky pick if quarterback Jay Cutler can return from a hamstring injury sooner than expected for the Bears.
The Raiders are expected to close as a rare favorite when they visit Solider Field, which will be the first time they have not been the underdog in 27 consecutive games.
Big Blowouts in Arizona and San Diego
The OddsShark Super Computer is expecting some big beatdowns this weekend with the Arizona Cardinals expected to beat the St. Louis Rams 30.2-16.8 and the San Diego Chargers rolling over the Cleveland Browns 27.2-13.3.
The Rams have struggled mightily against the Cardinals, dropping 13 of the past 17 against their divisional rivals. Arizona is also putting up ridiculous offensive numbers by averaging 42 points per game through the first three weeks.
More controversy for the Browns hit the rumor mills this week, with reports that several starters want the team to go back to Johnny Manziel as the starter at quarterback over Josh McCown.
Seahawks Projected to Win, but Barely Cover
The Seattle Seahawks look like they are back on track after a 26-0 beatdown of the Chicago Bears in Week 3 and the OddsShark Super Computer is expecting another ‘Hawks win with a predicted 25.1-15.6 score over the Detroit Lions Monday.
Seattle is expected to close around -9 or -10 for the Monday Night game, with that one-point possibly playing a huge role according to the Super Computer.
The Lions are winless SU and ATS this season with an average scoring margin of -9 points per game.