NFL Week 4 Predictions

Ken McClishContributor IOctober 1, 2009

MINNEAPOLIS, MN - SEPTEMBER 27:  Quarterback Brett Favre #4 (L) of the Minnesota Vikings hands off the football to running back Adrian Peterson #28 during the game against the San Francisco 49ers at Hubert H. Humphrey Metrodome on September 27, 2009 in Minneapolis, Minnesota. The Vikings defeated the 49ers 27-24. (Photo by Genevieve Ross/Getty Images)

St. Louis @ San Francisco

The Niners should rebound nicely.

Final Score: Niners 24, Rams 10

 

Seattle @ Indianapolis

The Seahawks are hurting at the QB position. Peyton is kicking some a**.

Final Score: Indy 28, Seattle 13

 

Detroit @ Chicago

The Lions possibly having a win streak? Rookie QB on the road in hostile conditions = loss.

Final Score: Bears 31, Lions 17


New York Jets @ New Orleans

This should be a great game. I'll take Brees over the Jets defense.

Final Score: Saints 24, Jets 17

 

Tampa Bay @ Washington

Boring game.

Final Score: Redskins 13, Bucs 7

 

Oakland @ Houston

Texans should be on the right track after this one.

Final Score: Houston 31, Raiders 17

 

San Diego @ Pittsburgh

The Chargers somehow pull this one out. Steelers are in a desperate need of a run game and their starting safety back.

Final Score: Chargers 21, Steelers 20

 

Tennessee @ Jacksonville

The Titans need this one badly. I think the offense will be able to hear Collins over the seven Jag fans that might show up.

Final Score: Titans 32, Jags 23

 

Baltimore @ New England

Another excellent game. Brady's just not there yet. I think the Ravens are clicking.

Final Score: Ravens 21, Pats 17

 

Buffalo @ Miami

Terrible news for Miami's starting QB. Thigpen will help...just not this soon.

Final Score: Bills 24, Miami 21

 

Dallas @ Denver

I have no faith in Tony Romo. But I have faith in the Cowboy's defense. The Broncos defense will make it interesting.

Final Score: Dallas 24, Denver 21

 

New York Giants @ Kansas City

If K.C. can make Manning win it for the Giants...they have a chance. I think not.

Final Score: Giants 28, Chiefs 20

 

Cincinnati @ Cleveland

The battle of Ohio. Will 'new' starter Anderson make it interesting?

Final Score: Bengals 31, Browns 23

 

Green Bay @ Minnesota

Favre Bowl I.

I think Peterson runs wild. Rodgers will be pressed more than Favre will in this game. This meaning more turnovers.

Final Score: Vikings 31, Packers 21

 

Bye Weeks: Arizona Cardinals, Atlanta Falcons, Carolina Panthers, Philadelphia Eagles



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