Here are OddsFanatic’s 2021 NFL Picks Week 4 for you!
Odds/Point Spread: Bengals (-7.5)
The Jacksonville Jaguars step onto the field with a record of 0-3 for the season. The Jaguars lost their last game, a 31-19 defeat against the Cardinals. The Jaguars’ leading rusher was James Robinson, who had 15 carries for 88 yards (5.9 yds per carry). Marvin Jones’ 10.3-yard average per catch was fueled by 62 yards on 6 receptions. Trevor Lawrence completed 22 of 34 passes for 219 yards with 1 touchdown.
He had a 68.1 percent completions percentage and 2 interceptions in the game. The Jaguars gave up 91 yards on 30 carries against the run, which comes out to 3.0 yards per carry allowed. Jacksonville allowed 28 completions on 34 attempts for a total of 316 yards, with an 82.4 percent completion rate. They had 66 plays for 361 yards in all. The Jacksonville Jaguars ran the ball 29 times for a total of 159 yards, which came out to 5.5 yds per try on average.
The Jacksonville Jaguars have an average of 17.7 points per game in the red zone, putting them ahead of the competition. They average 103.3 rushing yards on offense, which ranks them 18th in the NFL. This season, the Jaguars have amassed 945 total yards. The Jaguars have 21 infractions for 192 yards and 29 1st downs offensively. They have surrendered the ball nine times to the opponent (7 interceptions and 2 fumbles lost). Jacksonville has 5 passing touchdowns and 1 rushing touchdown on the season thus far. The Jaguars are 28th in the NFL in terms of team defense, allowing 30.3 points per game.
For the season, opposing defenses have rushed for 3.4 yards per carry and 115.7 rushing yards per game on average. In three games this season, they have given up 47 yards through the running game. When it comes to passing yards allowed, the Jacksonville Jaguars have given up 907 yards this season, which puts them 28th in the NFL. In terms of pass defense, the Jaguars are allowing 302.3 yards through the air per game, as well as a completion rate of 74.3 percent. Overall, they are giving up 418.0 yards per contest, which has them 29th in the league. They’ve given up four passing touchdowns and five rushing touchdowns.
The Bengals are 2-1 this season. The Bengals defeated the Steelers 24-10 in their most recent game. Cincinnati’s Joe Mixon rushed the ball 18 times for 90 yards and finished with 5.0 yds per carry in the Bengals’ victory over Pittsburgh. Bengals wideout ‘Ja’Marr Chase caught four passes for 65 yards (16.3 average per catch).
Joe Burrow accumulated (3 touchdowns) 172 yards on 14/18 passing and a 122.9 QB Rating. He had one interception and a completion of 34 yards. Cincinnati gave up 15 rushing attempts for 45 yards (3.0 yds per rush). The Bengals gave up a completion rate of 65.5 percent, allowing 297 yards on 38 for 58 in the air. Cincinnati had a season total of 268 yards in 42 plays (6.4 yards per play). The Bengals ran for 4.0 yards per carry in the game, with 96 yards on 24 attempts.
The Cincinnati Bengals have an average of 294.0 yards allowed per game, which places them 28th in the NFL. They average 104.7 rushing yards each game this season and have run for 314 yards in 2021 NFL season. The Cincinnati offense has committed 161 yards of penalties on 17 infractions, which is 26th in the league. They’ve thrown four picks after allowing opponents to recover just one fumble, yet they’ve accrued 29 first downs. During the campaign thus far, Cincinnati has passed for a total of 568 yards and an average of 189.3 passing yards per game, putting them 28th in the NFL. The Cincinnati Bengals are 18th in the NFL with an average of 22.7 points per game.
For the season, Cincinnati has given up 235 yards rushing and one touchdown on the ground (78.3 yards per game). They’ve surrendered four passing touchdowns and 238.7 passing yards this season, putting them 14th in the NFL. The Bengals have caused 4 turnovers (1 fumble recovery and 3 interceptions) this season. Over the course of the year, they have given up 54 points. The Bengals’ defense has been on the field for 213 plays, which is 29th in the league. Cincinnati are giving up 18.0 PPG, placing them sixth in the NFL.
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OddsFanatic’s Pick: Take the Jaguars +7.5
Odds/Point Spread: Saints (-7.5)
The New York Giants are 0-3 this year. The Giants lost their previous game against the Falcons by a score of 17-14. Daniel Jones completed 24 of 35 passes for 266 yards, with a 90.9 quarterback rating and no interceptions. Last week, Kenny Golladay went for 16.0 yards per catch on four catches, totaling 64 receiving yards. The Giants’ Saquon Barkley was the team’s leading rusher with 16 attempts for 51 yards (3.2 ypc). They did 64 plays for a total of 346 yards in the game. The New York rushed 27 times for 100 yards, which equals 3.7 yds per carry on average. The Giants gave up 69 yards on 20 tries, which equals 3.5 yards per run allowed, in order to defend the run. New York gave up 27 completions on 36 attempts for 227 yards and a completion rate of 75 percent.
In terms of scoring, the Giants average 18.7 points per game. As a unit, they are averaging 107.7 rushing yards, which ranks them 13th in the league. The Giants have accumulated 1,051 yards this season. New York has 35 first downs and been penalized for 23 infractions for 182 yards. They’ve lost the football twice (2 fumbles). New York has scored two air touchdowns and three rushing touchdowns. When it comes to yards through the air, the Giants have given up 802 yards, putting them 21st in the NFL.
They’ve given up 267.3 yards through the air and 75.4 percent of passes for a completion percentage of 75.4, according to NFL stats. They have given up 374.3 yards per game this season, placing them 21st in the NFL. On the other hand they’ve given up six passing touchdowns as well as two rushing TDs. New York are giving up 4.6 yards per carry and 107.0 rushing yards per game this season. They have given up 321 rushing yards in three games this year. The Giants are 17th in the NFL in terms of opposing offenses scoring, allowing 24.7 points per game.
The Saints enter this game with a 2-1 record for the season. They went home victorious by a score of 28-13 against the Patriots last time they stepped on the field. Alvin Kamara rushed 24 times for 89 yards in the Saints’ 28-11 victory over the New England, finishing with 3.7 yards per carry. Marquez Callaway was one of the Saints’ top options, catching four passes for 41 yards (10.3 yards per reception).
Jameis Winston (two touchdowns) went 13-21 for 128 yards with a quarterback rating of 110.8. He didn’t throw any interceptions and his longest pass went for 17 yards. The Saints gave up a total of 17 rushes for 49 yards (2.9 yds per carry) during the game. The teams’ pass defense allowed a completion percentage of 58.8 percent, with 251 yards given up on 30 out of 51 throws. The Saints amassed 252 yards of offense while playing 62 plays (4.1 yards per play). New Orleans rushed for 3.7 yards each carry and gained 142 yards on 38 carries in the game.
The New Orleans Saints average 234.0 yards per game, placing them 31st in the NFL. They average 120.3 yards per game on the ground and have carried it for 361 yards this season. The Saints’ offense ranks 21st in the NFL with 166 penalty yards on 19 infractions, according to ESPN. They’ve thrown 2 interceptions while surrendering 0 fumbles and they’ve gained 22 first downs. With 113.7 passing yards per game through the air this season the Saints are currently 31st in Passing Yards Per Game with an average of 341 yards through the air. The Saints rank 14th in the NFL with a 24.3-point average, according to their success rate.
New Orleans has given up a total of 187 rushing yards (62.3 per game) and one touchdown on the ground this season. They’ve surrendered three passing touchdowns and 243.7 yards each time they’ve played, which has them ranked 15th among all teams in that category. So far this season, they have committed seven turnovers (one fumble and six interceptions). Overall, they have given up 42 points in 3 games. New Orleans’ defense has been on the field for 195 plays, putting them 21st in the NFL. The Saints are giving up 14 points per game, placing them third in the NFL.
Who will win the New York Giants/New Orleans Saints NFL game against the spread?
OddsFanatic’s Pick: Take the Saints -7.5
Odds/Point Spread: Jets (+7.5)
The Tennessee Titans enter week 4 with a 2-1 record this season. The Titans defeated the Colts by a score of 25-16 in their most recent game. Ryan Tannehill completed 18 of 27 passes for 197 yards and three touchdowns in their victory over Indianapolis. He also had two interceptions. Nick Westbrook-Ikhine had an average of 13.3 yards per catch, totaling 53 yards on four receptions.
Derrick Henry was the Titans’ leading rusher with 28 attempts for 113 yards. They had 65 plays for a total of 368 yards after the final whistle. Tennessee’s offense ran the ball 37 times for 180 yards which equates to an average of 4.9 yards per offensive play. The Titans surrendered 87 yards on 18 rushes, or 4.8 yards per carry, on the ground this season. Tennessee gave up 19 completions on 37 attempts for 178 yards with a completion rate of 51.4 percent.
The Titans have 1,148 total yards this season. Tennessee has 39 first downs and has been flagged 16 times for 126 yards in the past three games. Through air and ground, Tennessee has scored four touchdowns thus far this season. The defense has given up the football seven times (three interceptions and four fumbles lost). As a unit, the Titans average 159.3 yards on the ground, placing them third in the football league. Tennessee average 23.7 points per game when it comes to putting the ball in the end zone. The Titans are ranked No. 25 in the league in terms of team defense, giving up 28.0 PPG.
Over the course of this season, they have given up 4.3 yards per run and 100.0 rushing yards on average. They have given up 300 rushing yards in three games, which is more than any other team. The Titans have given up 778 yards in the pass this season, putting them in 18th place in the NFL. Tennessee allowed 259.3 yards through the air and a completion percentage of 62 percent, which is good for second in the NFL. They are giving up 359.3 yards per game during the season, which puts them 15th in the NFL. They’ve scored six passing touchdowns and four rushing touchdowns this season.
The Jets enter this game with a 0-3 record. The Jets were crushed by a final of 26-0 at home in their previous game, when they faced the Broncos. New York’s Michael Carter carried the ball nine times for 24 yards. He finished with 2.7 yds each carry which leaves room for improvement. The Jets targeted Corey Davis a lot in this game, and he responded with a 5-catch, 41-yard performance (8.2 yards per catch).
Zach Wilson had a lot of success in the air, completing 19 of 35 for 160 yards while his QB rate was 42.6. He had two interceptions, but his longest completion went for 23 yards. The Jets defense gave up 3.3 yards per carry on the ground (37 rushes for 121 yards). The pass defense allowed a completion rate of 76 percent, allowing 223 receiving yds. During the game, New York accumulated 162 rushing yards and 53 passes for 3.1 yards per play. The Jets ran the ball for 3.3 yards per attempt, gaining only 43 yards on 13 runs.
In terms of how many points they score, the Jets are 32nd in the NFL, averaging 6.7 points per game. The Jets have a total of 510 passing yards during this season, which is currently good for 30th in the NFL. They average 80.0 yards on the ground and have carried the ball 240 yards in total. The Jets rank 30th in the NFL with 250.0 yards per game. The New York Jets’ offensive unit has gained 196 penalty yards and 21 infractions, which puts them in the 14th position in the league in terms of assisting their opposition. They’ve given away 7 picks while giving up zero fumbles, and they’ve accumulated 26 first downs.
For the season, New York has allowed a total of 333 rushing yards (111.0 per game) and five touchdowns on the ground. They’ve given up one touchdown through the air and 217.3 yards per game, placing them 10th among all teams in those categories. Over the course of the season, they’ve picked off two opponents’ passes (2 fumbles). This year, they have allowed 70 points. New York have defended 184 plays this season, placing them 13th in the NFL. The Jets are yielding 23.3 points per game, putting them 14th in the NFL.
Who will win the Tennessee Titans/New York Jets NFL game against the spread?
OddsFanatic’s Pick: Take the Titans -7.5
Odds/Point Spread: Patriots (+6.5)
The Tampa Bay Buccaneers enter the game with a 2-1 record for the year. The Buccaneers lost their last match by a score of 34-24, against the Rams. Tom Brady went 41 of 55 for 432 yards and 1 TD. He had a QB rating of 103 and didn’t throw an interception in the game. On his eight receptions, Mike Evans had an average of 13.3 yards per catch and 106 yards in total. Ronald Jones II had five rushes for 11 yards (2.2 yards per attempt), the most of any player for Tampa Bay.
After the final whistle, they ran 71 plays for a total of 446 yards. The Tampa Bay Buccaneers ran the ball 13 times for a total of 35 yards and an average of 2.7 yards per attempt. The Buccaneers gave up 76 yards on 24 rushes in the running game, good for a 3.2-yard average against. Tampa Bay gave up 27 completions on 38 attempts for 331 yards, with a completion percentage of 71.1 percent.
In terms of getting into the end zone, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers score an average of 34.3 points per game. As a group, the Buccaneers rank 31st in the NFL in rushing yards per game with 56.3 yards on the ground. For this year thus far, the Buccaneers have compiled 1,218 total yards. The Buccaneers have scored 60 first downs while the offense, and they’ve been penalized for 27 penalties for a total of 230 yards. They’ve given up 5 fumbles in only three games (2 interceptions and 3 lost). Tampa Bay has scored ten passing TDs and two rushing TDs in the red zone.
The Buccaneers have given up 1,015 yards in passing, placing them 32nd in the NFL in that category. Through the air, they’ve given up 338.3 yards per game and a completion rate of 72.2 percent. They have given up 402.0 yards per game this season, putting them in the bottom half of the league. Tampa Bay have given up nine passing touchdowns and one rushing touchdown. They’re allowing 3.1 yards each rushing attempt and 63.7 rushing yards per game this season. They’ve given up 191 rushing yards in 3 games. The Buccaneers’ defense is ranked 27th in the NFL, giving up 29.3 points per game.
The Patriots enter this game with a 1-2 record for the season. The last time the Patriots played football, they lost by a score of 28-13 against the Saints. New England’s Damien Harris rushed the ball 6 times for 14 yards, gaining 2.3 yards per carry in his debut with the team. The Patriots targeted Jakobi Meyers nine times, with 9 catches for 94 yards (10.4 yards per catch). Mac Jones (1 TD) finished the contest with 270 yards on 30/51 passing and a 55.2 rating from his quarterback.
He threw three interceptions and had a 31-yard longest completion. New England gave up 38 rushing attempts for a total of 142 yards (3.7 yds each carry). The Patriots’ secondary allowed a 61.9 percent completion rate and yielded 110 yards on 13 completions for 21 passing. New England had 300 yards and 70 plays (4.3 yards per play) in the game. The Patriots had 2.9 yards per carry on 17 attempts for 49 yards.
The New England Patriots average 317.7 yards per contest, which puts them 22nd in the league. They have rushed for 275 yards this season and average 91.7 yards per game on the ground. The Patriots have committed 18 infractions and incurred 168 penalty yards, putting them 23rd in the league in assisting the opposition. They’ve given up three interceptions while losing two fumbles, and they’ve achieved 33 first downs. Through the air, the Patriots have 678 yards and an average of 226.0 passing yards per game this season, which is 20th in the NFL. When it comes to the points scored on the board, the Patriots are currently 26th in the NFL with 18.0 points per game.
The Patriots are allowing 17.0 points per game, which puts them in fifth among all NFL teams. Over the course of the season, New England has given up 368 rushing yards (122.7 yards per game) and two touchdowns on the ground. They’ve given up three passing touchdowns and 159.7 yards per game, putting them second in the league. The Patriots defense has been on the field for 182 plays, which is ranked 11th in the NFL. Over the course of the season, they have given up 51 points. For the season, their defense has recovered 5 interceptions (5 picks).
Odds/Point Spread: Falcons (+1.5)
The Washington Football Team is 1-2 this season. The team lost their most recent game, which was played against the Bills and resulted in a final score of 43-21. Taylor Heinicke completed 14 of 24 passes for 212 yards with two touchdowns. He had an QB rating of 80.6 and was intercepted twice. On four catches, 15.5 yards per catch was the average by McLaurin, who had 62 yards on the day.
Antonio Gibson was the Football Team’s top rusher, amassing 12 carries for 31 yards (2.6 ypc). They accumulated 50 plays for 290 yards at the end of the game. The Washington Football Team ran the ball 25 times for a total of 78 yards, or 3.1 yards per carry. Washington gave up 122 yards on 33 tries, or 3.7 yards per carry allowed, on the ground. The Football Team gave up 33 pass completions on 44 tries for 359 yards and a completion percentage of 75.0 percent.
The Football Team has 956 total yards this season. As a unit, the Washington has committed 27 first downs and 22 penalties for 175 yards. Washington has scored 5 passing touchdowns and 2 rushing touchdowns thus far in the season. They’re currently 21st in the NFL with 97.0 yards rushing allowed per game, and they’ve turned the ball over five times (three picks and two fumbles). In terms of scoring touchdowns, the Washington Football Team has an average of 22.3 points each game. The Football Team has given up 921 yards, which puts them 29th in the NFL in terms of yardage allowed.
As a unit they have surrendered 307 yards per game through the air and has given up a 69.9 percent completion rate this season. For the season, they are yielding 432 yards per game, putting them 31st in the NFL. They’ve given up six touchdown passes as well as three TDs on the ground. The opposition is averaging 4.2 yards per carry and 125.0 rushing yards per game this season. They’ve given up 375 rushing yards in three games so far during this season. According to the stats the Football Team is 29th in the National Football League when it comes to team defense, allowing 30.7 points per game.
The Falcons are 1-2 for the year this season. The Falcons prevailed in their last game, defeating the New York Giants by a final of 17-14. Atlanta’s Mike Davis rushed for 4.2 yards per carry during the game, finishing with 12 runs for 50 yards. With 6 throws for 82 yards (13.7 yds per reception) Cordarrelle Patterson was one of the best wide receivers for the Falcons. Matt Ryan had 243 yards on 27/36 passes with a 111.2 rating, producing two touchdowns.
He didn’t throw any interceptions, and his longest pass connection went for 28 yards. Atlanta surrendered 27 rushing attempts for 100 yards (3.7 yds per carry). The Falcons’ pass defense gave up a completion rate of 68.6 percent, allowing 246 yards on 24 out of 35 passes. The team from Atlanta managed a total of 296 yards, with 59 plays (5.0 yds/play). Atlanta Falcons rushed for 3.5 yards per carry and amassed 69 rushing yards on 20 attempts in the win against the New York Giants.
Atlanta are 29th in the NFL, putting up 16.0 points per game in the 2021 NFL season. The Falcons have 656 passing yards and an average of 218.7 passing yards per game this season, which is ranked 25th in the NFL. The running game has been solid, with an average of 8.4 yards per carry and a total of 248 rushing yards this season. They have an average of 301.3 yards per game, putting them 27th in the NFL. The Falcons’ offense has 176 penalty yards on 22 infractions, which is 7th in the NFL when it comes to committing errors. Atlanta have thrown three interceptions while allowing their opponents to recover one fumble. They’ve scored 35 first downs in the process.
Atlanta has given up 355 yards on the ground (118.3 per game) and two rushing touchdowns this season. The Falcons are having difficulty stopping the pass, as they have given up 8 touchdowns and 255.3 yards per game this season, placing them 17th nationally. For the season, they have forced 2 turnovers and recovered 2 fumbles. For this year, they’ve allowed 94 points in all. The Falcons’ defense has made 191 plays, which is 19th in the NFL and they are conceding 31.3 PPG, ranking them 30th in football.
Who will win the Washington Football Team/Atlanta Falcons NFL game against the spread?
OddsFanatic’s Pick: Take the Falcons +1.5