Nfl Picks Week 4
October 1, 2010 by staff
Nfl Picks Week 4, Ah, yes, by completing the first month of NFL football, the time has finally begun to turn to autumn temperatures, a constant reminder that we are deep in the throes of an exciting football season. Week 4 is when the NFL schedule begins to pick up the summer is over, teams have begun to discover who they are, and time becomes a factor in games. Last weekend was another wild in the NFL as reflected in the result 2-3 in our weekly picks, which unite us even in the 05/05 season. But the cool autumn air has rejuvenated our spirits, and we are looking for a perfect 5-0 this week. Here’s who will win in the top 5 games in the NFL this weekend.
Baltimore Ravens (2-1) @ Pittsburgh Steelers (3-0) – 1:00 PM ET on CBS
It seems that the Steelers have done well without starting quarterback Ben Roethlisberger. After getting off to a 3-0 start, the Steelers are widely regarded as one of the best teams in the NFL. But they have a huge test left before Roethlisberger joins the team in Week 5. The Ravens, despite their only slip-up against Cincinnati on the road, another challenge seems to be highest in the AFC crown. This game will be whether the Ravens will be able to stop the Steelers passing point, which has dismissed the opposing quarterback 10 times already in this young season. If the Ravens QB Joe Flacco remains upright, might be able to achieve victory. Otherwise, look for the Steelers to have an unblemished record when you hand the keys to Roethlisberger in Week 5.
Prediction: Steelers use the home field to their advantage. Steelers 13-6
Chicago Bears (3-0) @ New York Giants (1-2) – 8:20 pm ET on NBC
Do not look now, but the Bears’ defense suddenly looks a lot like the way they were when they went to the Super Bowl in 2007. After Brian Urlacher and the rest of his unit drowned a good Packers team Monday night last week, the Bears are the only undefeated team left in the NFC. They take their show on the road against the New York Giants, who after a dismal performance last week against the Titans suddenly asked him about his discipline. This can not rub the head coach Tom Coughlin, the right way, and that discipline is one of the most notorious in the NFL. Coughlin has finally lost control of one of its teams? Thank God this will be on national television …
Prediction: The Giants brought the Bears back to earth. Giants 20-13
Washington Redskins (1-2) @ Philadelphia Eagles (2-1) – 4:15 ET on FOX
The classic game of the NFC East takes a new turn as quarterback Donovan McNabb take the first exit of his career against his former team. One of the most important issues coming into the game is how McNabb Philadelphia fans get when you step on the field. Despite having a very successful season in 10 years in Philadelphia, including several games in the NFC championship and even a Super Bowl, McNabb was often criticized during his tenure by hard Eagles fans. Do Philadelphia fans welcome back quarterback that brought so many victories in the last decade? Or make fun and boo McNabb, as they did the day he was drafted?
Prediction: Michael Vick is still emerging. Eagles 24-10
Seattle Seahawks (2-1) @ St. Louis Rams (1-2) – 1:00 PM ET on FOX
The Seahawks made a big statement last week by beating the San Diego Chargers, may announce to the world that they are the class of the lowly NFC West. But the star quarterback of play. An overall pick Sam Bradford has the Rams thought to be able to pursue a career in the weak division. This game is a final litmus test for how the NFC West this season to shake. Seahawks end of the pass, which is ranked 4 th in the conference in total number of sacks, will go a long way in determining the outcome of this game. If Bradford stays comfortable, it could take a step toward becoming one of the premier quarterbacks in the league.
Prediction: Seahawks achieve a narrow victory. Seahawks 20-17
Houston Texans (2-1) @ Oakland Raiders (1-2) – 4:05 pm on CBS
The train of the Houston Texans came to a halt last Sunday against Cowboys, as they lost their first game of the season. They look back on the road against a Raiders team that is something of an enigma. The Raiders opened with a road loss against a good Titans team, then took over the company against the Rams in Week 2. Last weekend, have beaten the defending NFC West champion Arizona Cardinals, were it not for poor performance by kicker Sebastian Janikowski FG. Now that the Raiders are back at home, they are looking for everyone the right of their vessels and demonstrate that it can be a force in the AFC West suddenly can win. Can the Raiders even their record and make a huge statement? Or the Texans to turn some heads with a brilliant record of 3-1 in the final day?
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