2022 NFL Week 4 odds and the stinky line
Betting on the NFL is easy, winning is hard. If you want to be ahead of the game and try to find the best value, it is always important to look at the NFL odds as soon as they are released. You can pick winners by doing the extra work. Whenever the odds are put out, there are always a few games that stand out above the rest. Here are the 2022 NFL Week 4 odds and the one stinky line that you have to pay attention to.
2022 NFL Week 4 odds
Here are the odds for this week in the National Football League as first posted by the sportsbook, MyBookie.
Miami Dolphins (+2.5) vs. Cincinnati Bengals (-2.5) [Bet this game now]
Minnesota Vikings (-2.5) vs. New Orleans Saints (+2.5)
Cleveland Browns (-2.5) vs. Atlanta Falcons (+2.5)
Buffalo Bills (-3.5) vs. Baltimore Ravens (+3.5)
Washington Commanders (+2.5) vs. Dallas Cowboys (-2.5)
Seattle Seahawks (+6.5) vs. Detroit Lions (-6.5)
Los Angeles Chargers (-6.5) vs. Houston Texans (+6.5)
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Tennessee Titans (+3.5) vs. Indianapolis Colts (-3.5)
Chicago Bears (+2.5) vs. New York Giants (-2.5)
Jacksonville Jaguars (+6.5) vs. Philadelphia Eagles (-6.5)
New York Jets (+3.5) vs. Pittsburgh Steelers (-3.5)
Arizona Cardinals (+1.5) vs. Carolina Panthers (-1.5)
New England Patriots (+8.5) vs. Green Bay Packers (-8.5)
Denver Broncos (+2.5) vs. Las Vegas Raiders (-2.5)
Kansas City Chiefs (-2.5) vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (+2.5)
Los Angeles Rams (+2.5) vs. San Francisco 49ers (-2.5)
It is still early in the season but a few of these lines look too good to be true. But there is another one that jumps off the page as “stinky”. How are the Browns only (-2.5) point favorites over the hapless Falcons? The browns beat down the Steelers and they have extra rest. It is clear that the Falcons are playing for next year, although they are off a win. This line stinks. Bettors beware before you bet on the Browns. If it looks too good to be true it usually is.