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NFL Week 4 Predictions, Odds, Schedule for Every Game

  • Tom Brady’s return to New England will dominate the headlines this week
  • Kansas City look to bounce back from shock 1-2 start
  • Arizona and Denver face a real test of their unbeaten credentials

Jacksonville Jaguars (0-3) vs Cincinnati Bengals (2-1)

Schedule

  • Where: Paul Brown Stadium, Cincinnati, OH
  • When: Thursday, September 30, 8:20PM ET
  • How to watch: NFLN

Odds

Jacksonville looked like they were going to get things back on track with a win over Arizona in Week 3 and they took a two-score lead at one point, but then the defense stopped getting stops and another killer INT from Trevor Lawrence allowed their momentum to fizzle out.

The Bengals look completely different with some explosive offense and strong defense against Pittsburgh, so you can see them dominating the score and winning the turnover battle to pile on the misery for the Jags here.

Predicted Winner: Cincinnati Bengals

Carolina Panthers (3-0) vs Dallas Cowboys (2-1)

Schedule

  • Where: AT&T Stadium, Arlington, TX
  • When: Sunday, October 3, 1:00PM ET
  • How to watch: FOX

Odds

This has the potential to be a game of the week contender as Carolina puts their unbeaten record on the line against an impressive Cowboys team.

Dallas have the ability to dominate in the air or on the ground so they’ll score points every week, while the defense is starting to play with some real aggression as Dan Quinn’s impact starts to look noticeable.

The Panthers looked like a shadow of themselves once Christian McCaffrey left the game in Week 3, while he’s not expected to be back here so Dallas will win easily.

Predicted Winner: Dallas Cowboys

Cleveland Browns (2-1) vs Minnesota Vikings (1-2)

Schedule

  • Where: U.S. Bank Stadium, Minneapolis, Minnesota
  • When: Sunday, October 3, 1:00PM ET
  • How to watch: CBS

Odds

The win over Seattle was huge for the Vikings as they look to kick-start their season, but the Seahawks defense has looked weak and that allowed Kirk Cousins to flourish.

That won’t be so easy against Cleveland as they have a ferocious pass rush that can fluster the Minnesota QB and disrupt his momentum and limit what they can do on offense.

The Browns still look dominant in the run game and that opens up all kinds of space when the play-action gets into geat, and they look too strong for the Vikes here.

Predicted Winner: Cleveland Browns

Detroit Lions (0-3) vs Chicago Bears (1-2)

Schedule

  • Where: Soldier Field, Chicago, IL 
  • When: Sunday, October 3, 1:00PM ET
  • How to watch: FOX

Odds

Yes Detroit are 0-3 and it might be a long season, but at least they are finding a way to be competitive and it took a new record-long FG from Baltimore to beat them in Week 3.

This should be an interesting matchup as Chicago continues to struggle on offense, while it looks like Justin Fields isn’t going to turn this around just yet – he needs time and a lot more help.

The Chicago defense should be the difference here as they prove to be too much, but it won’t be an emphatic win for the Bears.

Predicted Winner: Chicago Bears

Houston Texans (1-2) vs Buffalo Bills (2-1)

Schedule

  • Where: Highmark Stadium, Orchard Park, NY
  • When: Sunday, October 3, 1:00PM ET
  • How to watch: CBS

Odds

Week 1 may have been a blip for both teams, with the Texans coming back down to earth after the loss of Tyrod Taylor, while the Bills have shaken that early loss and appear to be back to their best after putting up 43 on a highly-rated Washington defense.

Taylor is still on IR for the Texans and Davis Mills didn’t really do much to suggest he’s going to be enough to keep them competitive at this point, so the Bills should win this and it won’t be close.

Predicted Winner: Buffalo Bills

Indianapolis Colts (0-3) vs Miami Dolphins (1-2)

Schedule

  • Where: Hard Rock Stadium, Miami, Florida
  • When: Sunday, October 3, 1:00PM ET
  • How to watch: CBS

Odds

It’s been a bleak start for both teams with Miami looking unconvincing on offense and losing Tua, while the Colts have a banged-up Carson Wentz who’s still settling into the system and it also looks like Quentin Nelson is struggling with an ankle injury too.

This is a tough one to pick as Miami’s defense will dominate and they tend to create turnovers, but Jacoby Brissett also showed a gutsy effort to force OT against the Raiders in Week 3 so it’s possible to have confidence in them finding a way to win.

The early Spread is set at Dolphins -2.5 so this should be tight, while home advantage may be the key to the win in this one.

Predicted Winner: Miami Dolphins

Kansas City Chiefs (1-2) vs Philadelphia Eagles (1-2)

Schedule

  • Where: Lincoln Financial Field, Philadelphia, PA
  • When: Sunday, October 3, 1:00PM ET
  • How to watch: CBS

Odds

Few people saw this coming as Kansas City have started their season with a 1-2 record, while they’ve also started to get careless with the ball on offense and the defense can’t come up with stops at key moments.

The Philly offense was decimated against Dallas in Week 3 as Jalen Hurts found himself running for his life on a regular basis, so it’s hard to see them scoring enough points here to stay in touch.

Chiefs get their season back on track.

Predicted Winner: Kansas City Chiefs

New York Giants (0-3) vs New Orleans Saints (2-1)

Schedule

  • Where: Caesars Superdome, New Orleans, LA
  • When: Sunday, October 3, 1:00PM ET
  • How to watch: FOX

Odds

Every week brings at least one bright spot for the Giants to feel positive about, but they continue to find ways to lose and the late defeat against Atlanta ensures they’re going to struggle to even contend for a playoff spot.

The Saints bounced back from a bad loss to Carolina with a demolition of New England where the defense was outstanding and Jameis Winston was given plenty of time to make his throws, so it’s hard to see how they don’t win here.

Predicted Winner: New Orleans Saints

Tennessee Titans (2-1) vs New York Jets (0-3)

Schedule

  • Where: MetLife Stadium, East Rutherford, NJ
  • When: Sunday, October 3, 1:00PM ET
  • How to watch: CBS

Odds

It hasn’t been a stellar start to the season for Tennessee as they’ve struggled at times, but they’ve impressively found ways to win and that’s the most important thing early in the season.

A.J Brown hurt his hamstring in Week 3 and Julio Jones has also been used sparingly, but the Jets haven’t shown anything to inspire confidence that they can win this one.

Predicted Winner: Tennessee Titans

Washington Football Team (1-2) vs Atlanta Falcons (1-2)

Schedule

  • Where: Mercedes-Benz Stadium, Atlanta, GA
  • When: Sunday, October 3, 1:00PM ET
  • How to watch: FOX

Odds

While the WFT do have a win against their name after squeaking pat the Giants in Week 2, the highly-regarded defensive line isn’t doing enough to take over games and they were smoked by Josh Allen and the BIlls in Week 3.

Atlanta also have a win against the Giants but there’s not a lot to like about their team on either side of the ball, so this is Washington’s chance to get back to .500 with a dominant performance

Predicted Winner: Washington Football Team

Arizona Cardinals (3-0) vs Los Angeles Rams (3-0)

Schedule

  • Where: SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, CA
  • When: Sunday, October 3, 4:05PM ET
  • How to watch: FOX

Odds

Arizona have started well with three wins but they’ve also been given some gifts along the way, and the Rams are much more likely to taketh away rather than give.

This should be an excellent spectacle and Kyler Murray may well be running for his life at times, but Jalen Ramsey has the talent to shut down DeAndre Hopkins, and the Stafford/McVay combination is starting to look good.

The Rams should take this one.

Predicted Winner: LA Rams

Seattle Seahawks (1-2) vs San Francisco 49ers (2-1)

Schedule

  • Where: Levi’s Stadium, Santa Clara, CA
  • When: Sunday, October 3, 4:05PM ET
  • How to watch: FOX

Odds

This is a really tough trip for Seattle as they look to bounce back from a couple of bad losses, and a 1-3 start doesn’t just look possible, it probably looks likely.

Their defense is having trouble stopping anyone just now and San Francisco did eventually get moving on offense in their Week 3 loss, but the 49ers are also having problems with injuries in their secondary.

There was an awful moment for Seattle when it looked like Tyler Lockett’s season could be done after his ankle was twisted up, but it does look like he’s okay.

There should be a ton of points in this, but the home team will take the win.

Predicted Winner: San Francisco 49ers

Baltimore Ravens (2-1) vs Denver Broncos (3-0)

Schedule

  • Where: Empower Field at Mile High, Denver, CO
  • When: Sunday, October 3, 4:25PM ET
  • How to watch: CBS

Odds

Teddy Bridgewater looks like he could be the answer to Denver’s problems at QB, while the defense looks capable of dominating again and they are a very entertaining team to watch.

Baltimore have all kinds of injury issues that will surely keep them out of contention for a Super Bowl this year, but they’ve now pulled out two seemingly impossible victories in the final moments against Kansas and Detroit so they can’t be written off in any game.

Denver have the momentum, confidence, and home advantage going into this one, so we’re taking them to send a message to their division by pushing their way to a 4-0 start.

Predicted Winner: Denver Broncos

Pittsburgh Steelers (1-2) vs Green Bay Packers (2-1)

Schedule

  • Where: Lambeau Field, Green Bay, Wisconsin
  • When: Sunday, October 3, 4:25PM ET
  • How to watch: CBS

Odds

There’s no real concern about Aaron Rodgers and this Packers offense anymore after a fantastic late drive to win against San Francisco, and they should have the tools to get past an excellent Pittsburgh defense.

The main problem for the Steelers is they don’t provide any real danger with their offense so it’s easy to limit the points they score, and that negates a lot of the great defensive work.

The Packers should take this one easily.

Predicted Winner: Green Bay Packers

Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1-2) vs New England Patriots (1-2)

Schedule

  • Where: Gillette Stadium, Foxborough, MA
  • When: Sunday, October 3, 8:20PM ET
  • How to watch: NBC

Odds

This is a game where the history of Tom Brady and Bill Belichick sells it as one of the must-see games of the year, but from an actual competitive standpoint, there’s nothing to get that excited about here.

Tampa’s defense is having trouble in coverage so this does have the potential to go into shootout-territory, but the Pats aren’t built to score points and they won’t have enough to keep up in this one.

The Pat’s O-Line is also dreadful so Suh and Vea will be in Mac Jones’ face all evening, and it’s hard to see how this one stays competitive.

Predicted Winner: Tampa Bay Buccaneers Win

Las Vegas Raiders (3-0) vs Los Angeles Chargers (2-1)

Schedule

  • Where: SoFi Stadium, Inglewood, CA
  • When: Monday, October 4, 8:15PM ET
  • How to watch: ESPN

Odds

There’s a lot to like about both teams on the offensive side of the ball, so this has the potential to be a sneaky game of the year contender if it becomes a shootout.

The main threat to the Chargers so far has been themselves as some awful offensive penalties have taken key points off the board, but they also have the stronger weapons on defense as Joey Bosa has the potential to cause Derek Carr plenty of problems.

The Raiders could certainly win this, but we fancy the Chargers to bring them back down to Earth.

Predicted Winner: Los Angeles Chargers

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