The Buffalo Bills will be looking to open their season with four straight wins for the first time since 2008 when they visit the Las Vegas Raiders on Sunday as 3-point favourites on the NFL Week 4 odds at sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark.com.
Buffalo is coming off a 35-32 win over the Los Angeles Rams last weekend to improve to 3-0 SU on the season, and now sits as a +1800 wager on the Super Bowl 55 odds going into Sunday afternoon’s matchup at Allegiant Stadium.
Bills quarterback Josh Allen continued his strong play in the team’s narrow win over the Rams as 1.5-point home favourites, throwing for 311 yards and four touchdowns. With that performance, Allen became the first player in NFL history to tally over 1,000 passing yards, 10 passing touchdowns and two scoring runs over the first three weeks of a season. That has helped lift the 24-year-old into the hunt for this year’s NFL MVP award, joining the favourites at +1400, well ahead of the +3500 odds he sported prior to the start of the campaign.
Fresh off their first defeat of the season, the Raiders return home for Sunday’s contest pegged as +140 moneyline underdogs. Las Vegas ran up the score in a pair of season-opening wins, including an 34-24 upset victory over the New Orleans Saints in their debut at Allegiant Stadium. However, the Raiders stumbled to a 36-20 defeat in New England last weekend, and are just 1-5 SU in their last six dates with AFC East opponents.
Elsewhere this week, the Seattle Seahawks are also aiming to improve to 4-0 as they visit the Miami Dolphins as 7-point chalk. The undefeated Kansas City Chiefs host the Patriots as 7-point favourites, while the Green Bay Packers show off their top-ranked offence in prime time for a second straight week as they host the Atlanta Falcons on Monday as 7.5-point chalk.
Russell Wilson electrified fans with another outstanding performance in Week 3, throwing five scoring passes for a second straight week to lead Seattle to a narrow 38-31 win over Dallas. The unbeaten Seahawks now sit third on the Super Bowl odds at sports betting sites as a +750 wager, but have work to do to earn their first win in Miami since 1996.
The Chiefs are coming off an 34-20 win in Baltimore on Monday night that has lifted them to +400 favourites to repeat as Super Bowl champions, while the Patriots look to tally consecutive road wins for the first time since October of last year.