After three weeks, there is plenty of controversy surrounding the 2012 NFL Season. The replacement referees will be around for at least another round of games, even after the debacle at the end of the contest between the Seahawks and Packers.
The Texans, Falcons and Cardinals are the only teams without a loss on the young season. Arizona upset the Eagles at home, while Falcons traveled to San Diego to beat the formerly unbeaten Chargers. Houston beat Peyton Manning and the Broncos in Denver.
The Browns are one of just two winless teams left in the NFL. They are the biggest underdogs of Week 4, as Cleveland visits Baltimore for Thursday Night Football. The Ravens are 13-point favorites, coming off a big win against the now 1-2 Patriots.
The Saints are finally underdogs, after losing all three of their games. New Orleans is getting 7.5 points, as they visit Green Bay.
For the first time this season, a few teams will not be playing this week. The Pittsburgh Steelers and Indianapolis Colts have the first byes of the year.
The Chicago Bears and Dallas Cowboys will close out the week on Monday Night Football. The Cowboys are 3.5-point favorites, as both teams come into the game at 2-1 with a share of first place in their respective divisions.
Below are the complete betting lines for all the Week 4 games, including the point spreads and totals. These are the consensus odds from multiple sportsbooks in Las Vegas.
Cleveland (+13) at Baltimore, 43.5
New England (-4) at Buffalo, 51.5
Minnesota (+4.5) at Detroit
Carolina (+7.5) at Atlanta, 49
San Francisco (-4.5) at New York Jets, 39.5
San Diego (-1) at Kansas City, 44.5
Tennessee (+12) at Houston, 45
Seattle (-2.5) at St. Louis, 38.5
Miami (+6.5) at Arizona, 39
Oakland (+6) at Denver, 47.5
Cincinnati (-1.5) at Jacksonville, 43
New Orleans (+7.5) at Green Bay, 54
Washington (+3) at Tampa Bay, 48.5
New York Giants (+2.5) at Philadelphia, 46
Chicago (+3.5) at Dallas, 42.5
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