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Cincinnati Bengals to beat Miami Dolphins (18:00)

The Bengals are now top of the AFC North with a 3-1 record after edging out the Atlanta Falcons in a 37-36 shootout last Sunday.

Cincinnati have scored 34 points or more in three games this season – winning on all three occasions – and now face a Dolphins defence that gave up 38 points to the New England Patriots last week.

Miami only managed seven points in that game as quarterback Ryan Tannehill turned the ball over twice and recorded just 100 passing yards, which suggests they’ve got little chance of outscoring the Bengals on the road.

Kansas City Chiefs to beat Jacksonville Jaguars (18:00)

Kansas City maintained their unbeaten start to the season by coming from behind to beat the Denver Broncos 27-23 on the road last Sunday.

They have the best offense in the NFL, averaging 36.3 points per game, while star quarterback Patrick Mahomes has scored a total of 15 touchdowns without turning the ball over once.

Jacksonville’s top-ranked defence will provide Mahomes with his toughest test so far, but the Jaguars lost four of the eight away games last season and it’s hard to see them coming out on top in Kansas City.

Minnesota Vikings to beat Philadelphia Eagles (21:25)

The Vikings look primed to take revenge in this NFC Championship rematch.

Minnesota were thrashed 38-7 last time they were in Philadelphia in January, but have improved offensively this year with Kirk Cousins at quarterback, and kept it close on the road last week against the LA Rams, who look like the best team in the NFL.

Philadelphia, meanwhile, are struggling with a Super Bowl hangover. They lost their second game of the season to the Tennessee Titans last week and were unconvincing in a 20-16 win over the Indianapolis Colts in Week 3.

Los Angeles Rams to beat Seattle Seahawks (21:25)

The Rams are still undefeated after seeing off the Vikings last Thursday, and have had a couple of extra days to prepare for this trip to Seattle to face their division rivals.

Los Angeles are clearly the best all-round team in the NFL, having scored the second-most points per game and conceded the fifth-fewest.

The Seahawks have won back-to-back games against the Cowboys and Cardinals, but are averaging just 21.3 points per game and lost star safety Earl Thomas to a broken leg last week.

Betway Boost: Bengals, Chiefs, Vikings and Rams to win
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