The return of Washington quarterback Donovan McNabb to Philadelphia is the big story heading into NFL Week 4. Here’s a look at all the odds from BroburySports.com.
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Washington (1-2 SU, 1-2 ATS) acquired McNabb after he was dumped by Philly, thinking they could instantly contend. Instead, they just dropped a game last week at lowly St. Louis. McNabb will be pumped for this contest, but will it be enough?
Pittsburgh (3-0 SU, 3-0 ATS) has surprised everyone by going 3-0 and will have one more game of quarterback Charlie Batch starting before the return of Ben Roethlisberger.
Baltimore (2-1 SU, 1-2 ATS) will be getting 1 ½-points in the ‘Steel City’ on Sunday. The Ravens have been pointing to this game for a long time, knowing it’s a must-win with ‘Big Ben’ out. We’ll see if they can come through.
San Francisco (0-3 SU, 0-3 ATS) is trying to save its season when it visits Atlanta as 6 ½-point ‘dogs. Offensive coordinator Jimmy Raye was fired on Monday and it could be the spark that quarterback Alex Smith needs.
Atlanta (2-1 SU, 2-1 ATS) got a huge win at New Orleans last week with the help of a missed 28-yard field goal in overtime. The Falcons can’t even think of losing this game if they hope to reach their goals.
Chicago (3-0 SU, 2-1 ATS) is the only undefeated team in the NFC. They’re getting three-points at the New York Giants on Sunday night. The G-Men (1-2 SU, 1-2 ATS) are hurting after two consecutive losses, including last week at home to Tennessee (29-10).
New England (2-1 SU, 1-2 ATS) is Even odds at Miami on MNF. Quarterback Tom Brady has only won in Miami three out of eight times. This is one of his least favorite places to play.
Miami (2-1 SU, 2-1 ATS) is coming off a tough home loss to the New York Jets (31-23). They can’t afford to lose two division games in a row, especially at home.
Released Week 4 Odds
San Francisco (+6 ½) at Atlanta
Cincinnati (-3) at Cleveland
NY Jets (-5) at Buffalo
Seattle (-1) at St. Louis
Denver (+6 ½) at Tennessee
Detroit (+14 ½) at Green Bay
Baltimore (+1 ½) at Pittsburgh
Carolina (+13 ½) at New Orleans
Indianapolis (-9) at Jacksonville
Houston (-3) at Oakland
Washington (+6) at Philadelphia
Arizona (+8) at San Diego
Chicago (+3) at NY Giants – Sunday Night
New England (Even) at Miami – Monday Night