Chargers @ Ravens:
The Chargers and Ravens both are coming off of great and hard fought wins. The Chargers played the Cleveland Browns on Sunday afternoon beating them 47-42. Chargers quarterback Justin Herbert threw for almost 400 yards and he had 5 total touchdowns with one being on the ground. Lamar Jackson and the Ravens had a thriller on Monday Night Football winning against the Indianapolis Colts in overtime after being down 22-3. Lamar Jackson proved to the haters and critics that he can throw and that he is not a “running back”. He had over 500 total yards of offense and put the ball in the endzone 4 times in the air. Lamar Jackson now holds the record for the highest quarterback completion percentage with 40+ pass attempts in a single game completing 86% of his passes. Both teams are 4-1 and are just getting started into the year, the Los Angeles Chargers are -3.5 underdogs this week.
Cardinals @ Browns:
The Cardinals are red hot right now, they are the only undefeated team left in the league and the Browns are looking to put up the Cardinals’ first loss of the season. The Browns just came off a loss against the Chargers losing 42-47 the defense had a lot of struggles against the Chargers’ high powered offense giving up over 500 yards, this week doesn’t get any easier for them as they’re going against one of the top offenses in the league. Baker Mayfield will have to have a big game like he did against the Chargers if the Browns are going to have any shot at winning on Sunday. The Browns are -3.5 point favorites against the Cardinals.
Bills @ Titans:
The Bills have outscored their opponents 149-41 since week 2, they have the number 1 scoring offense and defense in the league. The Bills held the Kansas City Chiefs to just 20 points and put up 38 points against them. They are in the conversation with the Los Angeles Chargers as the best team in the AFC. The Titans have had a bumpy season, they got blown out week 1 against the Cardinals and lost to the winless Jets in week 4. Derrick Henry is picking up right where he left off leading the league in rushing yards and rushing touchdowns. The Titans are going to figure out how to stay one step ahead of the Bills on both sides of the ball. The Titans are +5 point underdogs against the spread this week against the Bills.