Back any NFL team to win and Betway will pay you out as a winner if they lead by 14 points or more at any time. Here are Jack Green's picks for Week 4. 

Baltimore Ravens to beat Cleveland Browns (18:00)

The Ravens look a great bet to bounce back from last Sunday’s defeat to the Kansas City Chiefs.

Baltimore almost kept pace with the best offense in the NFL and now face the struggling Browns, who are 1-2 and have scored just 49 points across three games.

Cleveland’s entire starting secondary missed the game last Sunday and, although their replacements did a decent job, they will struggle against the Ravens’ passing attack if they aren’t back to full strength.

Kansas City Chiefs to beat Detroit Lions (18:00)

Kansas City moved to 3-0 with their win over the Ravens last week and should hand the Lions their first loss this weekend.

Detroit only managed a tie against the Arizona Cardinals in Week 1 despite leading 17-6 going into the fourth quarter, and nearly blew another lead late on against the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday.

Those missteps suggest a defeat is imminent, and the Chiefs – who rank first in the NFL for passing yards and touchdowns – will be the team to hand it to them.

New York Giants to beat Washington Redskins (18:00)

Rookie quarterback Daniel Jones was fantastic in his first start for the Giants as he led them to a 32-31 win over the Buccaneers in Tampa Bay.

‘Danny Dimes’ passed for over 300 yards and accounted for four touchdowns in that victory, and now takes on the league’s seventh-worst defence.

Washington have conceded at least 30 points in all three of their games this season and travel to New York on a short week, having lost to the Chicago Bears on Monday night.

Minnesota Vikings to beat Chicago Bears (21:25)

After comfortably beating the Oakland Raiders last week, the Vikings look primed to grind out another win on Sunday in what should be a low-scoring slog.

Minnesota have won two of their three games so far this season, conceding just 47 points in total, and their excellent defence should force Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky into some mistakes.

The Bears are coming off back-to-back wins, but were beaten 10-3 at home by the Packers in Week 1, so it’s hard to trust them against another great defence.


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