After four weekends of rip-roaring NFL 2014/15 action only three teams remain undefeated, but just one of them makes it into our weekend accumulator.
It pays out at a mite short of 14/1 if they all land. You have been warned.
Chicago Bears to beat Green Bay Packers @ 11/10
After going down to a narrow 23-20 home loss to the Buffalo Bills first time out, the Bears have roared back to form with successive eight-point wins on the road against the San Francisco 49ers and the New York Jets.
Back at Soldier Field, against a Green Bay side who have lost both of their 2014/15 away fixtures by at least 12 points, it’s difficult to figure out why Chicago are underdogs on the Money Line.
Philadelphia Eagles +4.5 to beat San Francisco 49ers @ 10/11
This handicap market provides another head scratcher, as Philadelphia have won all three of their fixtures so far in this campaign.
The manner of those victories may have tailed off in recent weeks; their last two have been achieved by three-point margins, in contrast to an opening day 34-17 thumping of the Jacksonville Jaguars.
Nevertheless, being handed a four-point head-start against a side that have lost their last two fixtures seems mighty generous.
Detroit Lions -1.5 to beat New York Jets @ 10/11
The Jets kept up their bad form thus far in the campaign with a 27-19 loss at home to the Bears, which means only a five-point victory at home to the Oakland Raiders, who have gone on to thrashings in each of their subsequent fixtures, currently adorns New York’s 2014/15 ‘W’ column.
Detroit found the Carolina Panthers in great fettle during their only road match this term, going down 24-7 in Charlotte, but comprehensive wins over the New York Giants and Green Bay point to a straightforward first away triumph of the campaign for Jim Caldwell’s men.
Houston Texans -3.0 to beat Buffalo Bills @ 20/21
Having shot out of the blocks with wins against the Redskins and the Raiders in Gameweeks One and Two, Houston couldn’t bring up the three-timer against the Giants in New York, but they look a decent bet to overcome a three-point handicap at home to Buffalo.
Doug Marrone’s men caught the Bears cold in Chicago with a three-point victory on opening day, but were soundly beaten in their last fixture at home to the San Diego Chargers.
Home quarter-back Ryan Fitzpatrick and defensive-end J. J. Watt sparkled in the Texans’ first two fixtures and will be out to appease the Houston faithful back at NRG Stadium.
All Odds and Markets are correct as of the date of publishing.
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