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Predictions for Every NFL Game in Week 4

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Three weeks into the NFL season and there are five undefeated teams remaining. Defending Super Bowl champion Denver and New England, even without the services of quarterback Tom Brady, aren’t that big of surprises. The same can’t be said, however, of Minnesota, Baltimore or certainly Philadelphia.

The Vikings’ defense has impressed in the early going, shutting down Aaron Rodgers and Cam Newton (13 sacks, 5 turnovers combined). Up next for head coach Mike Zimmer and Minnesota are the Giants on “Monday Night Football.” The Ravens have enjoyed better health and taken advantage of their competition, as the Bills, Browns and Jaguars have combined to go 1-8 thus far. Baltimore takes on Oakland at home on Sunday.

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The Eagles remain the biggest surprise, as quarterback Carson Wentz continues to play more like a seasoned veteran than a rookie and Philadelphia’s defense has turned things completely around behind coordinator Jim Schwartz. The Eagles (and the Packers) are on bye this week.

As for the rest of Week 4, Indianapolis and Jacksonville will get together for the first of three games that will be played in London. The Patriots host AFC East rival Buffalo looking to go 4-0 without Brady. Carolina travels to Atlanta for a key NFC South matchup against the division-leading Falcons, while Arizona hosts Los Angeles in an important NFC West clash. Both teams are 1-2, but the Cardinals are reeling somewhat after a disappointing effort last week on the road against Buffalo.

So which teams will come out on top in every NFL game in Week 4? Athlon's own Rob Doster (AthlonDoster), John Gworek (JohnGworek), Steven Lassan (AthlonSteven), and Mark Ross (AthlonMarkR), along with AthlonSports.com contributor Bryan Fischer (BryanDFischer), predict the winners for every game this week:

NFL Week 4 Predictions

Bye: Green Bay, Philadelphia

 

Rob Doster

Bryan
Fischer

John Gworek

Steven Lassan

Mark Ross

Miami at Cincinnati (Thurs.)

Indianapolis at Jacksonville
(London)

Tennessee at Houston

Cleveland at Washington

Seattle at NY Jets

Buffalo at New England

Carolina at Atlanta

Oakland at Baltimore

Detroit at Chicago

Denver at Tampa Bay

Los Angeles at Arizona

New Orleans at San Diego

Dallas at San Francisco

Kansas City at Pittsburgh

NY Giants at
Minnesota (Mon.)