2010 NFL Week 4 Odds

Washington Redskins quarterback Donovan McNabb leaves the field after the Redskins defeated the Dallas Cowboys 13-7 at FedEx Field in Landover, Maryland on September 12, 2010. UPI/Kevin Dietsch Photo via Newscom

Along with the odds for Week 4 in the NFL, here’s a look at some of the marquee matchups this weekend.

Ravens at. Steelers, 1:00PM ET
The highlight of the Week 4 schedule takes place in Pittsburgh this Sunday as the Steelers host the Ravens at 1:00PM ET. Charlie Batch threw three touchdown passes in Pittsburgh’s win over the Bucs last weekend, but should find it much tougher to move the ball on a stingy Baltimore defense. That said, while the Ravens’ offense looked good for the first time this season in Week 3, the defense struggled against the punchless Browns. On the injury front, Ray Rice is dealing with a bruised knee and didn’t practice on Wednesday. His status for Sunday’s game against the Steelers is up in the air.

Redskins at. Eagles, 4:15PM ET
There will be plenty of intrigue in Philadelphia this Sunday when Donovan McNabb returns to his old stomping grounds as a member of the Redskins. The other storyline in this game is whether or not Michael Vick can continue his assault on NFL defenses. The former No. 1 overall pick has played at a Pro Bowl level so far this season, but this will be the toughest defense he has faced to date. The Skins’ win over the Cowboys in Week 1 seems like a distant memory, although a win over their division rivals will put them right back on track after losing two straight.

Bears at. Giants, 8:20PM ET
Two teams heading in different directions will square off at the new Meadowlands this Sunday night when the Giants host the Bears. After winning their opener, New York has dropped its last two games in embarrassing fashion. The G-Men were routed in Indianapolis in Week 2 and managed to lose last week despite outgaining the Titans in almost every offensive category. The Bears, on the other hand, are 3-0 and are versed in causing turnovers. New York desperately needs a win to get back on track.

Patriots at. Dolphins, 8:30PM ET Monday
The Dolphins will take on an AFC East Division rival for the second straight week after losing at home to the Jets last Sunday night. Miami’s defense didn’t play particularly well against New York, which must have Tom Brady and Co. licking their chops. Of course, if New England plays as poorly defensively this week as they did last Sunday against the Bills, then this game could wind up being a shootout. (The total is sitting at 46.5, so obviously oddsmakers are already prepared for that.)

Below are the point spreads for all the games in Week 4.

2010 NFL Week 4 Point Spread Odds & Over/Under Totals:

199 Denver Broncos +6.5 (42.5)
200 Tennessee Titans –6.5 (42.5)

201 Baltimore Ravens +1 (34.5)
202 Pittsburgh Steelers –1 (34.5)

203 Cincinnati Bengals –3 (37.5)
204 Cleveland Browns +3 (37.5)

205 Detroit Lions +14.5 (45.5)
206 Green Bay Packers -14.5 (45.5)

207 Carolina Panthers +13.5 (44.5)
208 New Orleans Saints –13.5 (44.5)

209 San Francisco 49ers +6.5 (42.5)
210 Atlanta Falcons –6.5 (42.5)

211 Seattle Seahawks –1 (39.5)
212 St. Louis Rams +1 (39.5)

213 New York Jets -5 (36.5)
214 Buffalo Bills +5 (36.5)

215 Indianapolis Colts –8 (46)
216 Jacksonville Jaguars +8 (46)

217 Houston Texans –3 (43.5)
218 Oakland Raiders +3 (43.5)

219 Arizona Cardinals +9 (45)
220 San Diego Chargers –9 (45)

221 Washington Redskins +6 (43)
222 Philadelphia Eagles –6 (43)

223 Chicago Bears +4 (44)
224 New York Giants -4 (44)

225 New England Patriots -1 (46.5)
226 Miami Dolphins +1 (46.5)

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