NFL predictions: Sunday Sky Sports treble for Week 4
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NFL predictions: Sunday Sky Sports treble for Week 4

The new gridiron season is well under way and we’re continuing our regular Sunday NFL predictions with a 6/1-plus treble on the Sky Sports fixtures.

Punters can view a separate preview for this year’s first NFL London game featuring New Orleans vs Minnesota, but these are our best bets from the later matches.

Bwin has a whole host of team and player betting markets on every fixture but we’re sticking to the spread and money line odds for our Week 4 betting tips.

Eagles -6.5 points vs Jaguars @ 10/11

Philadelphia are the only team yet to taste defeat this season and are rightly receiving plenty of plaudits. The Jalen Hurts-led offence has impressed in all three wins and the Eagles’ defence also joined in the party with nine sacks in last week’s 24-8 win at Washington. Last year’s impressive rookie DeVonta Smith has continued to blossom now playing alongside much-vaunted wide receiver AJ Brown. Jacksonville have shown clear signs of improvement since being freed from the shackles of Urban Meyer but former Philadelphia boss Doug Pederson may find his old club too hot to handle here.

Broncos +2.5 points at Raiders @ 19/20

Denver did us a favour when scrambling to an 11-10 victory over San Francisco as slight underdogs and this looks a good match-up to make it three wins from four outings. Russell Wilson has had to rely heavily on the Broncos’ outstanding defence so far but he should gain confidence from a fourth-quarter drive that edged out the 49ers. Wilson will also be aided by the fact that Las Vegas have injury problems at cornerback, while running backs Javonte Williams and Melvin Gordon III are expected to enjoy good gains on the ground against a defence which has allowed over 110 rushing yards per game.

Chiefs to win at Buccaneers @ 10/11

Kansas City were left kicking themselves after a series of costly errors led to their downfall in a surprise 20-17 defeat at Indianapolis but we’re hoping Tampa Bay feel the backlash. The Chiefs had previously thrashed Arizona and shaded the Chargers, with Patrick Mahomes adjusting to life without Tyreek Hill. The deck was stacked against Tom Brady when the Buccaneers were beaten 14-12 by Green Bay, with three wide receivers out and his offensive line missing left tackle Donovan Smith. Hurricane Ian may have hampered any hopes of being in better shape for this contest.

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