Four weeks of the regular season to go and the LA Rams have become the first team to secure a divisional title in the NFC West

Detroit Lions at Arizona Cardinals

Two teams with a combined seven wins this season meet in the desert. The Lions at 4-8 have been a disappointment, especially on defense and were heavily beaten by the Rams last weekend. The Cardinals have been recognised for some time as being in a rebuilding phase and picked up their 3rd win of the season with an underdog victory at Green Bay last weekend. With a rookie quarterback now getting experience and the offensive game plan now featuring David Johnson again there are grounds for encouragement

The Cardinals can be backed as 2.5 point home underdogs at 10/11 with SkyBet

New Orleans Saints at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

The Saints were surprisingly stifled by the Cowboys last Thursday night for only their second loss of the season and it would be optimistic to expect the Tampa Bay defense to do the same but the Buccaneers have won two in a row and have plenty of offensive options to put up points of their own as they did in week 1 in New Orleans when they won 48-40 in a real surprise

The Buccs are +7 at home at 10/11 with Skybet and should be able to keep it close with their firepower

Minnesota Vikings at Seattle Seahawks

Two teams fighting for wild card positions meet in Seattle. The Seahawks are in streaking form based initially off a redeveloped run game but now that has opened up the passing game for Russell Wilson and with their usual stout defense they have won three games in a row

The Vikings rather meekly succumbed to the Patriots last weekend and have only won two of their six away games this season. The Seahawks have a fierce home advantagw and can be backed -3 at 10/11 on the point spread again with Skybet