Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Week #4 Football Predictions, Despite the Ridiculous Take A Knee Protests

Week #1: 9-6
Week #2: 14-2
Week #3: 12-4
.............. 35-12
Here's Week #4 Predictions

üOAK @ DEN: Raiders Defense is suffering, Oakland's offense was stymied by Washington last week.  Close one, but Broncos win it, leaving the Raiders at .500, and facing the reality of needing some self-examination.

üCHI @ GB: Aaron Rodgers steamrolls Bears.

üNO @ MIA: Drew Brees gives Saints an easy win against a Dolphins team that is beginning to wonder, "are we truly as bad as, if not worse than, the New York Jets?"

rBUF @ ATL: Matt Ryan will be in Super Bowl form.

üCIN @ CLE: Dalton treats the Browns in this rivalry game like the Cleveland team only has the talent of a high school team.

rTEN @ HOU: Titans rule, Mariota takes his next step to stardom.

üDET @ MIN: Lions don't wish to drop to .500, finds a way to win.

rCAR @ NE: Not a fan of Cam Newton.  I think he's overrated.  And, you never bet against Tom Brady.

üPIT @ BAL: Steelers offense and defense too much for division rival Ravens.  Big Ben does his thing.

rLAR @ DAL: Cowboys win it, but in a close one.  Prescott over Goff because of experience, and a fantastic offensive line.  Expect Ezekiel Elliot to run wild.

rJAX @ NYJ: Jets win against Miami was a fluke. Jacksonville feeling mighty.  Not a great win, but they win it.

üSF @ ARI: Cardinals unify behind Carson Palmer, and he throws for big yards in Sunday's game.

üPHI @ LAC: Wentz continues to grow, Eagles continue to build confidence, and the Chargers will fall with yet another frustrating loss largely accented by Philip Rivers throwing interceptions, once again.

rNYG @ TB: Odell Beckham will do his magic, and it will barely be enough.

üIND @ SEA: Seahawks overwhelm Luck's continued absence and his leaderless crew.  Luck's shoulder injury may begin a downward spiral for him as his desire to leave Indy strengthens.

rWAS @ KC: Redskins carry momentum of beating Raiders last week into this game, and upsets Chiefs.

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