Handicapper Dana Lane breaks down Week 4 of the NFL season.
Review-Journal assistant sports editor Allen Leiker and handicappers Hank Goldberg and Matt Youmans each went 4-1 against the spread in Week 3.
Miami will play its third straight game away from home to start the season Sunday in London, where it’s a 3-point underdog to the New Orleans Saints.
The Gold Sheet handicapper Bruce Marshall provides the Review-Journal with NFL tech notes and trends from Goldsheet.com.
The Chiefs and Bills are 3-0 against the spread, and the Patriots, Broncos, Rams and Saints are 3-0 over-under.
Best bets from Brian Blessing, Bernie Fratto, Mitch Moss and Todd Dewey.
The Packers opened as a 7½-point favorite before early action on the Bears moved the line to 7, but the number has since climbed back to 7½ at several Las Vegas sports books.
Todd Dewey, Kelly Stewart and Wynn Las Vegas sports book director Johnny Avello preview Week 4 of the NFL season.
MGM Resorts sports book director Jay Rood said Sunday “was probably the second-biggest day we’ve ever had on a regular-season NFL Sunday.”
The Arizona Cardinals are 3-point home underdogs to the Dallas Cowboys on Monday night in the final game of a surprising Week 3 in the NFL that saw underdogs cash at a 12-3 clip against the spread and win eight games outright.