NFL Week 4 Picks

Friday October 1, 2010

Welcome to week 4 of the NFL. It’s time to review what happened last week and look forward to this one. Once again I got seven wrong for the week, bringing my total to 27 wins and 21 losses. Here’s a breakdown of what happened last week:

SUN, SEP 26 TIME (ET)

TV

LOCATION
Tennessee at NY Giants X 1:00 PM

CBS

New Meadowlands Stadium
Pittsburgh at Tampa Bay 1:00 PM

CBS

Raymond James Stadium
Cincinnati at Carolina 1:00 PM

CBS

Bank of America Stadium
Cleveland at Baltimore (s.o.) 1:00 PM

CBS

M&T Bank Stadium
Dallas at Houston X 1:00 PM

FOX

Reliant Stadium
San Francisco at Kansas City 1:00 PM

FOX

Arrowhead Stadium
Detroit
at Minnesota
1:00 PM

FOX

Metrodome
Buffalo at New England 1:00 PM

CBS

Gillette Stadium
Atlanta at New Orleans X 1:00 PM

FOX

Superdome
Washington at St. Louis X 4:05 PM

FOX

Edward Jones Dome
Philadelphia at Jacksonville 4:05 PM

FOX

EverBank Field
Oakland at Arizona 4:15 PM

CBS

U of Phoenix Stadium
San Diego at Seattle X 4:15 PM

CBS

Qwest Field
Indianapolis at Denver 4:15 PM

CBS

Invesco Field at Mile High
NY Jets at Miami X 8:20 PM

NBC

Sun Life Stadium
MON, SEP 27 TIME (ET)

TV

LOCATION
Green Bay at Chicago X 8:30 PM

ESPN

Soldier Field

I saw five games last week, and not all were pretty.

Titans at Giants: the Titans looked really good in this one. The Giants looked like they are about to self-destruct. Too many penalties by the Giants led to the Titans taking advantage. Let’s see if the Giants can get it together against Chicago.

Cowboys at Texans: it was a disappointing performance from Houston. The Cowboys got their much-needed first victory of the season.

Raiders at Cardinals: both teams seemed equally matched. Yet, Raiders K Sebastian Janikowski missed three field goals, including the potential tying one at the end of regulation. The Cardinals are lucky they caught Janikowski on a bad day.

Jets at Dolphins: awesome game from start to finish. Both teams were ready and able to come out victorious. The Jets just wanted it more than Miami on this night, and it ended their losing streak against Miami. They did it without Darrelle Revis for those wondering.

Packers at Bears: exciting game. If it weren’t for a few penalties, Green Bay might have won this one. The Bears did play their hearts and are 3deservingly 3-0. Plus, nice retro uniforms.

Here are my picks for Week 4 (the s.o. stands for the shutout game):

SUN, OCT 3 TIME (ET)

TV

LOCATION
San Francisco at Atlanta 1:00 PM

FOX

Georgia Dome
Cincinnati at Cleveland 1:00 PM

CBS

Cleveland Browns Stadium
NY Jets at Buffalo (s.o.) 1:00 PM

CBS

Ralph Wilson Stadium
Seattle at St. Louis 1:00 PM

FOX

Edward Jones Dome
Denver at Tennessee 1:00 PM

CBS

LP Field
Detroit at Green Bay 1:00 PM

FOX

Lambeau Field
Baltimore at Pittsburgh 1:00 PM

CBS

Heinz Field
Carolina at New Orleans 1:00 PM

FOX

Superdome
Indianapolis at Jacksonville 4:05 PM

CBS

EverBank Field
Houston at Oakland 4:05 PM

CBS

Oakland-Alameda County Coliseum
Washington at Philadelphia 4:15 PM

FOX

Lincoln Financial Field
Arizona at San Diego 4:15 PM

FOX

Qualcomm Stadium
Chicago at NY Giants 8:20 PM

NBC

New Meadowlands Stadium
MON, OCT 4 TIME (ET)

TV

LOCATION
New England at Miami 8:30 PM

ESPN

Sun Life Stadium

Dallas, Minnesota, Kansas City and Tampa Bay get a rest as we enter our first bye week of the season. Now here’s the game of the week.

Game of the Week:

It’s the greatest rivalry in football, according to one coach. It’s so intense we have players on both sides texting to each other. Seriously, this game better be worth all the hype. It may not be the greatest rivalry, but it’s up there in today’s season:

The Pittsburgh Steelers host the Baltimore Ravens in an AFC North showdown. Both are known for their running game and explosive defense. They might as well be mirror images of themselves. Both are Super Bowl contenders almost every year. The Steelers looked very impressive going 3-0, surprising many experts. Their defense has been winning the game. Ravens QB Joe Flacco, on the other hand, doesn’t seem to look good against tough defenses. He was rocked in Week 1 against the Jets. Expect the same result against the Steelers D.

Prediction: Steelers 14-7

Good luck with your picks and your teams for this week.

Yours Truly,

Sebastian Maldonado

Copyrighted @ 2007

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3 thoughts on “NFL Week 4 Picks

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  2. Seb Jankoski. missed a game winning field goal not game tying one. unle lou said that terry must be helping you with the blog!

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