Through the first three weeks of the 2020 NFL season, only the Green Bay Packers and Seattle Seahawks are perfect both straight up and against the spread. The New York Jets, Houston Texans and Philadelphia Eagles are all without a victory in the standings or against the betting line.

Here are picks against the spread for every game in Week 4, as well as the latest betting odds. Betting lines and trends are courtesy of OddsShark.

Denver Broncos (PK) at New York Jets

Considering the injuries on both sides, Denver and New York might be the NFL’s two worst teams in Week 4. The Broncos have at least been competitive in a pair of their losses. The Jets are 0-3 against the spread with a league-worst minus-41 point differential.

Prediction ATS: Denver 

Indianapolis Colts (-2.5) at Chicago Bears

It’s not clear that the Colts are the better team, which the point spread suggests. Chicago has found a way to win three straight games, and Nick Foles could provide the offense with some life, at least for a few games. Both of Indianapolis’ victories have come against winless teams, and the Colts were beaten by the 1-2 Jaguars.

Prediction ATS: Chicago

New Orleans Saints (-4) at Detroit Lions

The Saints are not the same dominant team with this version of Drew Brees’ dink and dunk passing attack. New Orleans has allowed more points than just five NFL teams The Lions would be 2-1 if not for a fourth-quarter collapse against the Bears. 

Prediction ATS: Detroit

Arizona Cardinals (-3.5) at Carolina Panthers

Carolina has been competitive in all three of its games with a surprisingly good offense. The Panthers rank ninth in yards per play despite facing a pair of top-10 defenses. If Kyler Murray continues to turn the ball over, Teddy Bridgewater and Carolina can pull off the upset.

Prediction ATS: Carolina

Jacksonville Jaguars (+3) at Cincinnati Bengals

Cincinnati has come up just short of a win in all three games. Joe Burrow has played well without any help from his offensive line. The rookie can pick up his first win against a Jacksonville defense that ranks second-to-last in sacks and has surrendered more than 30 points in consecutive games.

Prediction ATS: Cincinnati

Cleveland Browns (+4.5) at Dallas Cowboys 

Dallas’ offense is going to lead the Cowboys to an easy win soon. It might come against Cleveland, who was blown out in its only contest against a good team. Dallas is first in total offense. Baker Mayfield isn’t likely to take advantage of the Cowboys’ secondary the same way Matt Ryan and Russell Wilson did in Week 2 and Week 3.

Prediction ATS: Dallas

Minnesota Vikings (+4.5) at Houston Texans

The line has moved in favor of the Texans with the Vikings’ in-person activities on hold because of positive coronavirus tests from their Week 3 opponent. Considering Houston still hasn’t won a game, the point spread really shouldn’t be north of a field goal.

Prediction ATS: Minnesota 

Seattle Seahawks (-6.5) at Miami Dolphins

The Seahawks are an easy pick with Russell Wilson laying less than a touchdown against a bad team. Seattle’s quarterback is off to a historic start with 14 touchdowns in the first three games, leading the Seahawks to at least 35 points in each game. As bad as Seattle’s defense has been, Ryan Fitzpatrick is due to make a few mistakes after a pair of games without an interception.

Prediction ATS: Seattle

Los Angeles Chargers (+7) at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Tampa Bay’s offense has not been the explosive unit it was projected to be with Tom Brady at the helm. The Bucs are just 24th in both total yards and yards per play. Wide receiver Chris Godwin will likely miss another game. This could be a relatively close, low-scoring affair between a couple of top-10 defenses. 

Prediction ATS: Los Angeles 

Baltimore Ravens (-13) at Washington Football Team

The Ravens absolutely destroy bad football teams. Washington falls into that category. Baltimore beat its last five non-playoff opponents by an average of 26 points in 2019. The Ravens’ two victories this season have come by at least 17 points each. Washington has been defeated by two touchdowns in consecutive weeks.

Prediction ATS: Baltimore

New York Giants (+13) at Los Angeles Rams

The Giants don’t have a prayer of stopping the Rams’ offense after giving up 36 points to Nick Mullens and Co. With Aaron Donald on the other side, it’s going to be another long day for Daniel Jones and a bottom-five offensive line. Both New York teams are averaging fewer than 275 yards of total offense per game.

Prediction ATS: Los Angeles

New England Patriots (+7) at Kansas City Chiefs

The Chiefs and Patriots have played three close games over the last two years, all of which were decided by one score and came down to the wire. New England is still one of the best teams in the AFC, so expect another competitive contest Sunday. Patrick Mahomes and Cam Newton could both put up big numbers.

Prediction ATS: New England

Buffalo Bills (-3) at Las Vegas Raiders

Buffalo is playing like a true contender in the AFC, and Josh Allen looks like an MVP candidate. Las Vegas’ one-sided loss in New England likely indicates that for a second straight year the Raiders will largely find success against mediocre opponents. The Bills are third in yards per play, 19 spots ahead of the Raiders. Buffalo ranks five spots ahead of Las Vegas in opponents’ yards per play.

Prediction ATS: Buffalo

Philadelphia Eagles (+7) at San Francisco 49ers

Don’t bet on the Eagles until further notice. Carson Wentz looks lost, and head coach Doug Pederson literally punted away a chance to finally win in Week 3. San Francisco has beaten its last two opponents by a combined 45 points in spite of a rash of injuries.

Prediction ATS: San Francisco

Atlanta Falcons (+7.5) at Green Bay Packers

The Falcons have enough offensive firepower to keep this close. Atlanta is seventh in total yards, and Green Bay ranks dead last in yards allowed per play. One way or another, the Falcons will probably find a way to lose another competitive game.

Prediction ATS: Atlanta

Pittsburgh Steelers (N/A) at Tennessee Titans

The game still has to be rescheduled after a coronavirus outbreak within the Titans organization.

Season Record: 19-28-1

Buffalo Bills LA Rams Mitch Morse #60 of the Buffalo Bills waits to snap the ball against the Los Angeles Rams at Bills Stadium on September 27, 2020 in Orchard Park, New York. Bills beat the Rams 35 to 32. Photo: Timothy T Ludwig/Getty Images