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Game 1: Over 52 in the Oakland Raiders/Los Angeles Chargers game - 4:05 p.m. EST
Both defenses have been absolutely atrocious to begin the season so it should come as no surprise to see two high-flying offenses put a ton of points on the board today. Both quarterbacks, Philip Rivers of the Chargers and Derek Carr of the Raiders, already have 400-yard games under their belts this season and today looks like a great bet for them do it again.
Game 2: Arizona Cardinals (+148 money line) at San Francisco 49ers - 4:25 p.m. EST
The Cardinals are more of a dynamic offense with rookie quarterback Josh Rosen under center, so look for them to finally put one in the win column. There are also two great trends to look at here: 1) The 49ers are 0-13 ATS in their last 13 games when favored at home, and 2) The
“He moved around more in that game last week than I saw him move the whole year at UCLA.”@PhilSimmsQB was most impressed with Josh Rosen last week out of the rookie quarterbacks to take the field. #TOPS pic.twitter.com/FwI3FhUvHo— CBS Sports Network (@CBSSportsNet) October 7, 2018
Game 3: Los Angeles Rams (+7.5) at Seattle Seahawks - 4:25 p.m. EST
There's a huge mismatch between the Rams' front-seven and Seahawks' offensive line, so we could see Seattle quarterback Russell Wilson legitimately running for his life on every single snap today. All in all, we've seen how impressive this Rams roster is top-to-bottom and there's no way the Seahawks will be able to keep pace.
4-0 Rams finally get to play again today against the Seahawks after 10 days off(although it seemed a month)— lalaramsgear (@Horns2016) October 7, 2018
CB Marcus Peters should be close to 100% & the Rams will be going with a temporary kicker for at this game at least until Zuerlein is completely healthy. pic.twitter.com/JkDhWHoYDa
Game 4: Minnesota Vikings (+3.5) at Philadelphia Eagles - 4:25 p.m. EST
We've got a rematch of last year's NFC Championship and the Vikings would love nothing more than to get their revenge. 3.5-points is too much to give this talented of a team, even without running back Dalvin Cook. That injury should force them to pass more and Vikings QB Kirk Cousins has thrown for over 300 yards in three of his last four games at Philly, accumulating 12 touchdowns and three interceptions over that span.
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