NFL Tips: Desperate Raiders can bring in this 11/1 Sunday acca

Tom Carnduff of The Sporting Life gives us some of his top tips for Week 4 in the NFL


NFL Sunday Acca

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6pm: Jaguars @ Eagles – Eagles -6.5

The Eagles have enjoyed a perfect start to the season, but Jacksonville deserves plenty of credit for their 2-1 start.

They won those games in convincing fashion, with at least 24 points the gap in both. That said, the Chargers were playing with Justin Herbert far from full fitness.


Philadelphia looks a team on another level currently. They had 400 yards v Washington, 486 yards v Minnesota and 459 yards against the Lions. This is a team, led by Jalen Hurts and his ability to contribute to multiple situations, who look unbeatable.

6pm: Bills @ Ravens – Stefon Diggs Anytime TD

He’s the most targeted wide receiver in the league this season with 35 passes thrown his way by Josh Allen.

While he didn’t score in Week 3 against Miami, he caught seven of his 11 targets for 74 yards in a sweltering South Florida.

On the other side of the field, Baltimore’s defence is not living up to those of previous Ravens teams, conceding 68 points in their last two games. Diggs should be back in the endzone this week.

6pm: Bears @ Giants – Saquon Barkley Anytime TD

As well as having two touchdowns already this season, the Giants’ running-back has a huge total of 317 rushing yards across the three games so far. And that’s just on the ground.

In the passing game, he’s collected 91 yards receiving and will be a threat in both offensive facets around the goal line.

Only the Texans have allowed more rushing yards than the Bears this season too. That should mean a big day for Barkley.

9:25pm: Broncos @ Raiders – Raiders -2.5

This game feels like a must-win for the Raiders, and we’re only in Week 4. Las Vegas have lost their first three, and defeat here would mean two of their four defeats would have come against divisional rivals.

The AFC West hasn’t exactly looked like the powerhouse division we were expecting. While the Broncos have won two, they were uninspiring wins over the Texans and the 49ers.

Defensively they have been good, but the Raiders have found a way to put up points with at least 22 scored in their last two – they also had 19 in the Week 1 loss against the Chargers. They can cover a handicap of less than a field goal here.

NFL Sunday Acca

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