After sifting through the NFL odds for this week's matchups, have we managed to locate a couple winners? Find out which plays we are looking to add to our Week 5 NFL picks. You might be surprised at who we like.

As always, the NFL continues to surprise each and every week. 

There seems to always be an upset or two, and Week 5 should prove to be no different. Looking over the Week 5 NFL odds, we see that the biggest favorites this week are the New York Giants (-10.5 versus Cleveland) and the San Francisco 49ers (-11 versus Buffalo). 

We're not touching those favorites though. Find out which games we have decided to play on.

Check out all of SBR's NFL picks for this week.

Miami Dolphins vs. Cincinnati Bengals

After witnessing their team get dismantled 44-13 by the Baltimore Ravens in Week 1, Bengals fans couldn't have been too optimistic.

Andy DaltonHowever, Cincinnati has responded beautifully, winning three straight to put themselves at 3-1. The Bengals enter Week 5 having gone 2-1-1 ATS thus far, with their spread victories coming over the last two weeks in road wins over Jacksonville and Washington. 

Andy Dalton is following up a mighty impressive rookie campaign with even more productive play this season.

Dalton's already thrown for 1,111 yards in four games and has totaled eight touchdown passes and four touchdown runs while getting picked off four times. His 103.0 rating ranks him fifth in the NFL among all quarterbacks

I expect Dalton and A.J. Green to torment a putrid Dolphins secondary this weekend, especially since Joe Philbin's team has been so good at stopping the run. Miami is allowing 297.8 yards per game through the air, the third-highest mark in football. 

The Dolphins, quite simply, are not built for shootout games and that's what Dalton and company will try to make this. They know Ryan Tannehill and the Miami offense will have a tough time hanging around if that's how this one ends up.

Cincinnati should be amped up to be back at home for the first time in three weeks and I think they'll take care of the 1-3 Dolphins without much difficulty. 

Pick: Cincinnati Bengals -3.5


Cleveland Browns vs. New York Giants

The public knows the Giants are coming off a gut-wrenching loss to the Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday Night Football and will likely be all over them against the winless Browns in Week 5.

Brandon WeedenI'm staying away.

New York tends to do exactly the opposite of what the majority expect them to do. With a tough road game against San Francisco coming up in Week 6 (a revenge spot from last year's NFC title game), I could see the Giants not taking Cleveland as seriously as they should. 

The Browns may not have won a game yet, but they've been relatively close each and every week. They lost to Philadelphia by a point and to Cincinnati and Baltimore by seven. That's three tough football teams right there. 

To boot, it's not like Cleveland is void of talent. Trent Richardson has looked fantastic now that he's fully healthy and should continue to get better and better as the season progresses.

Richardson could have a big day against a Giants defense that's allowing 118.3 rushing yards per contest, while fellow rookie Brandon Weeden also seems to be growing more confident as he adjusts to life in the NFL. 

The Browns have also had an extended period to rest up and prepare for this game at MetLife. They've been off since last Thursday. I think Cleveland will be ready to go this weekend and therefore will add them as underdogs. 

Pick: Cleveland Browns +10.5

Who do we think NFL bettors should be fading in Week 5?