Let’s take a look at where the money is going in week 4 of the 2021 NFL Season.
1:00 PM ET: Tennessee Titans at New York Jets
The New York Jets (0-3 ATS, 0-3 SU) will host the Tennessee Titans (2-1 SU, 2-1 ATS) in the Meadowlands on Sunday. The Jets are off to a horrendous start, having not scored a touchdown in their past two contests. They were also shut out by the Denver Broncos last Sunday.
The Titans are off of two wins but will be without Wide Receivers Julio Jones and A.J Brown. Despite the Jets’ struggles this season, sharps are hammering the winless squad. Even though just 31% of the bets are on the Jets, the line has moved from Titans -7.5 to Titans -6. There was some line movement following the injury news that both Brown and Jones would be out. But nonetheless, sharps were hitting the Jets hard at +7.5 and +7 prior to the injury reports.
1:00 PM ET: Cleveland Browns at Minnesotta Vikings
This is probably one of the more intriguing matchups of this Sunday slate. The Minnesota Vikings (1-2 SU, 2-1ATS) will host the Cleveland Browns (2-1 SU, 2-1 ATS) as two point home underdogs. The Vikings have been an interesting case this season, starting the season 0-2 with two close losses to the Bengals and Cardinals. They then defeated the Seahawks in their home opener last week, and could conceivably have a 3-0 record.
The Browns, on the other hand, have defeated the Houston Texans and Chicago Bears in back to back weeks after falling to the Chiefs in Week 1. Sharps are taking a major stab as the Vikings as home underdogs again this week, hammering the Vikings at +2.5 any chance they can get. Despite nearly 60% of the bets on the Browns, the line has moved from +2.5 to +2 nearly three times in the last 24 hours. Pros versus Joes special of the week right here.
4:25 PM ET: Baltimore Ravens at Denver Broncos
This game might be the “sharps special” for this Sunday’s slate. The Baltimore Ravens (2-1 SU, 1-2 ATS) will walk into Denver to face up with a 3-0 Broncos team (3-0 ATS). The Ravens are fresh off a last second win over the Detroit Lions, thanks to Justin Tucker’s record-setting kick as time expired.
The Broncos are fresh off shutting out the New York Jets and defeating the Giants and Jaguars in the two weeks prior. Now, the public knock against the Broncos is that they are a fraudulent 3-0. But the sharps aren’t buying that narrative. In fact, sharps seem to believe the Broncos defense is legit with the emergence of Patrick Surtain in the secondary alongside Von Miller and Bradley Chubb.
Despite nearly 72% of the money being on the Ravens, sharps are hammering the Broncos at +1 as home underdogs. This line has flipped a few times, but if you can get the Broncos getting points then you’ll have the sharp side in this matchup.
4:25PM ET: Pittsburgh Steelers at Green Bay Packers
This is one of those games that takes plenty of stones to bet. The Pittsburgh Steelers (1-2 SU, 1-2 ATS) will enter Lambeau field with a banged up defense, a banged up receiving corps, and a QB that seems to be nearing the end.
Meanwhile, the Packers (2-1 SU, 2-1 ATS) are off of two statement wins after a surprising blowout loss at the hands of the Saints in Week 1. But the sharps are holding strong and taking Mike Tomlin and the Steelers to have one of their ra-ra moments.
Despite a whopping 80% of the bets being on the Packers, the Steelers have been bet from +7 to +6.5 and are holding steady at 6.5. The books seem afraid to give the Steelers 7 despite the public all over the Packers.
Other Numbers Getting Sharp Action:
Chargers -3 vs. Raiders (Sharps split at 3.5)
Eagles +7 vs. Chiefs (after Chiefs opened at -5.5)