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NFL Week 4 Predictions

With three weeks in the books the 2016 NFL season is already beginning to take shape. We have seen some power house teams emerge and others wither under the pressure. Week 4 begins with a good matchup on Thursday night between the Bengals and the Dolphins, and this week features some prime time matchups. Take a look at the power rankings going into this week to see which times might rise and which teams might fall. This week’s game of the week features the Pittsburgh Steelers who are up against the Kansas City Chiefs. I am anxious to get on with predictions, I am hopeful to keep this winning predictions record alive this week. Here are the picks for week 4 in the NFL.

*Teams on Bye: Eagles, Packers


Chiefs (2-1) vs. Steelers (2-1)

The Chiefs and he Steelers face off this week in the battle of bounce back teams in the AFC. The Steelers are coming off of an embarrassing loss to the Eagles last week, and the Chiefs giving out the embarrassing loss to the Jets. The Steelers get a huge boost to their offense this week with LeVeon Bell set to return to the lineup after serving a three game suspension. The Steelers are out to prove that last week was a rare mishap and will look to take out their anger on this Chiefs team. A game which seems to be leaning more in the Steelers favor this week will be an intriguing matchup. The Chiefs defense looked great last week forcing 6 interceptions from Ryan Fitspatrick, and they look to do the same to Big Ben and the Steelers. I give the nod to the Steelers in this game to knock off the Chiefs at home. Bell will have a big game in his return to action.




Bengals (1-2) vs. Dolphins (1-2)

This is a must win game for these two teams on Thursday night as the Dolphins come to town to face the Bengals. It’s my favorite game of the week with Color Rush uniforms in full display. The Dolphins in Orange and the Bengals in White at home. Look for the Bengals to take this one in a one-sided affair in Cincinnati. The Bengals have had a rough slate to start the season playing some good teams which is most of the reason why they are 1-2. The Dolphins have been very unimpressive in 2016. With such talent, you would think they would do so much more with it. The offense has been a no-show and the defense hasn’t stopped too many people. The Bengals should run away with this one at home to get the record back at .500 and move on up from there. I have a feeling that Dalton and Green are going to go big in this one.



Colts (1-2) vs. Jaguars (0-3)

Two bottom dweller teams face off this week in Jacksonville when the Jaguars take on the Colts. The Colts looked good in defeating decent Chargers last week at home behind the arm of Andrew Luck, and this week looks to bring in more of the same. The Jaguars have been this season’s disappointment. Bortles has yet to look like he did last year torching defenses all year long, and the Jaguar defense gets torn apart every week. Luck is too good to lose in this one and I predict that the Colts will win a close one in Florida.



Titans (1-2) vs. Texans (2-1)

A battle between to young quarterbacks takes place this week in Texas where the Texans look to take on the Titans. Marcus Mariota has been good at times this year, but needs to be more consistent for the Titans to start picking up some more wins. The Texans on the other hand, led by Brock Osweiler, looked good in the first two weeks, then got blown out by an injury and suspension ridden Patriots team 27-0. I believe that the Texans will bounce back this week and control this game from the beginning in route to a solid win at home. The defense will show up big and take the Titans out of the game from the start.



Browns (0-3) vs. Redskins (1- 2)

An intriguing matchup between two teams searching for identity early in this season. The Redskins got a great win last week in New York against a good Giants team that was 2-0 at the time. They have been hit hard by the injury bug so far this season, but still have the weapons to produce big numbers and wins. The Browns have the worst luck, and have continually fallen apart in games that they should have won (somehow they keep these games close). The Browns are on their third quarterback this season, and while Terrell Pryor is a bright spot for them, they are still looking to find something positive to take away from this season. I see this game as another close loss for the Browns in Washington DC.



Seahawks (2-1) vs. Jets (1-2)

Two good defenses collide this week in New York as the Jets take on the Seahawks. The Jets have had a up and down three games, losing to the Bengals in week one, then taking it to the Bills in week two, then getting DESTROYED by the Chiefs last week. They are better than their record shows and should push this season for one of the wild card spots in the AFC. Russell Wilson had an injury scare last week as he seemed to go down awkwardly in the Seahawks win. He seemed to bounce back this week at practice and will start against the Jets. This matchup is a close call, but with Christine Michael playing running the ball so well last week, and the Seattle defense being what it is, I have to go with the Seahawks coming away with a win on the road.



Bills (1-2) vs. Patriots (3-0)

The Bills were the talk of the town this past week as they were able to dismantle a good Cardinals team in route to a great first win of their season. This week in preparing for the Patriots, Rex Ryan even posed as a journalist in order to find out who was playing quarterback against him this coming weekend. With Jacoby Brissett injured, Garoppolo still recovering, and Brady having one week left on this suspension, the Patriots are reeling to find a guy to lead the team this weekend. Brissett looks to be the man behind center, but Edelman might take some snaps if needed. The Patriots should take this one because of their preparation and talented defense. Say what you want about Rex Ryan showing up against the Patriots, I don’t think this one will be close.



Panthers (1-2) vs. Falcons (2-1)