The Bucs shocked the world when they went into Los Angeles and dropped 55 points on the defending NFC champion Rams, en route to a double-digit victory, resulting in the biggest surprise of Week 4.

Tampa Bay was listed as a 9.5-point favorite, which has given some bettors hope that the Jets and/or Redskins could possibly do the same in Week 5. Both teams are listed as double-digit underdogs, and would provide a massive return if they were able to win on Sunday.
It’ll be tough for them to knock off the Patriots and Eagles, but crazier things have happened. There are some great bets on the board, though, and here are the top five.
Seahawks -1 over Rams
The Rams are coming off a game in which they gave up a ton of big plays to the Bucs, leading to 55 points for Tampa Bay, and now they have to travel to Seattle on a short week for an epic Thursday Night Football matchup.
Los Angeles is dealing with a number of injuries in its secondary, and it showed last Sunday, as Tampa Bay was able to throw deep passes for big gains against them throughout the contest. They’re currently scrambling on defense, and veteran quarterback Russell Wilson should be able to pick them apart. Not only that, home teams fare well on Thursday Night Football, so we’ll gladly lay just one point in this divisional showdown.
Patriots/Redskins UNDER 43
The Patriots’ defense is one of the best New England has ever fielded, and is easily one of the top three units in the league. The team has given up just 27 points combined in their first four games, and it’s hard to see the Redskins moving the football at all on Sunday.
Washington mustered just three points on offense against a woeful Giants defense last Sunday, and the team could potentially start Colt McCoy under center — which would mean they’d be starting their third quarterback in only five games. Look for the Patriots to control the game, and the clock, in a lopsided score line, but not needing to put up more than 30 to cruise to a road win.
Bills/Titans UNDER 38.5
Two of the top five defenses in the league are set to square off, and we can also expect a heavy dose of the run game as well. The Bills are attempting to limit quarterback Josh Allen shouldering too much of the load on offense, as he’s been getting hit a lot, so we look for Buffalo to favor more traditional runs this week.
The Titans feasted on a discombobulated, new-look Browns defense in Week 1, but outside of that, Tennessee has not topped 24 points in a game, which happened against a porous Falcons defense last week. Not only that, the last two times the two have met, 25 and 27 points were scored. Take the under in this snoozefest.
Jets/Eagles UNDER 44
There are some brave souls out there that are taking the 13.5 points with the Jets as an underdog, but not us. We do believe their defense will be able to compete, but at the same time, we have little faith in rookie quarterback Luke Falk. He completed only 12 passes for 98 yards against the Patriots in Week 3, and we’re not sure the bye week is going to help him all that much.
The Jets have scored only 17 points combined in their last two games, and the Eagles’ stout defensive front isn’t going to make things any easier. As for Philadelphia, look for the team to establish the run in an effort to keep quarterback Carson Wentz upright, in what should be a fairly easy win for them.
Bengals -3 over Cardinals
It’s finally time for the Bengals to win a game, with the winless Cardinals starting a rookie quarterback on the road looking like the perfect time. The Bengals have an awful offensive line, but they can still make enough plays in the passing game to move the football and score some points.
As for Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray, he’s looked completely confused at times, with a lot of drives stalling with three-and-outs. He has an extremely high ceiling, but the game has not slowed down for him yet, and his decision making has been awful. Look for him to make a few mistakes to help the Bengals to win this game.

Time to Wager

Those are our five value bets for Week 2. If you’re looking to make a wager this Sunday, we recommend MyBookie for all your NFL betting needs.