NFL betting for Week 4 NFL odds will include the matchup between the Buffalo Bills and St. Louis Rams.
This will be one game on the football betting schedule where the road team is favored. Normally in NFL betting the home team is favored but since St. Louis is perhaps the weakest team in the NFL, that won’t be the case here.
NFL betting stats show that Buffalo has won five of the last seven meetings between the two teams. The teams have not played at St. Louis since 1995 according to NFL betting stats. The last two meetings in 2004 and in 1998 were at Buffalo and the teams split those games according to NFL betting stats. The last five meetings between the two teams have gone over the football betting total including the meeting in 2004 that the Bills won 37-17.
Most NFL betting gamblers will mark this game down as a win for Buffalo but it could easily be a trap game. It will be very easy to let down against the Rams and an upset is not out of the question in NFL betting. The Rams still have offensive potential with quarterback Marc Bulger, running back Steven Jackson and wide receiver Tory Holt. The Bills have looked good so far this season but young teams can get overconfident and that could be a problem here for Buffalo in Week 4 NFL odds.
Rarely have the Bills been road favorites in recent seasons in NFL betting. Since 1995 they are 0-2-1 against the football betting number. The Rams have not been a good underdog at home in recent years either in football betting, although overall they haven’t been very good anywhere, even at home.
In terms of the total, the Bills are normally an under team on the road as about 60% of their games since 2005 have gone under the total on the road according to NFL betting stats. The Rams are on the other end of that equation though, as more than 60% of their home games since 2005 have gone over the NFL betting total.
Take a look at the Week 4 NFL odds and enjoy this NFL betting matchup.
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