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We Predicted 11 Out of 16 Games in Week 4 of NFL

As we are heading into week 5 of the NFL regular season, we want to take the time to reflect on week 4. Furthermore, this past week, we were able to predict 11 out of the 16 games. All in all, we’d say that’s a pretty great record Only 5 games stumped us this week. Meanwhile, we are looking forward to seeing how many we guess right in week 5! However, for now, let’s take a closer look at the games we predicted right, and also the ones we fell short on…

NFL Game We Predicted

To begin, this past week, we were able to guess a total of eleven NFL games correctly. Finally, here are the ones we got right:

  • Lions vs Packers
  • Falcons vs Jaguars
  • Vikings vs Panthers
  • Dolphins vs Bills
  • Broncos vs Bears
  • Commanders vs Eagles
  • Raiders vs Chargers
  • Cardinals vs 49ers
  • Patriots vs Cowboys
  • Chiefs vs Jets
  • Seahawks vs Giants

NFL Game We Predicted Wrong

This week, there were only five games that we predicted incorrectly. Next week, we will take these matchups into account in order to predict week 5’s game outcomes.

Rams vs ColtsRams vs Colts NFL Week 4 Betting

First, the Colts (2-2) rallied from behind but couldn’t complete the comeback, falling to the Rams (2-2) in overtime, 29-23, on Sunday at Lucas Oil Stadium.

Ravens vs Browns

Baltimore’s star quarterback was unstoppable on Sunday, running for two touchdowns and throwing for two more to dismantle Cleveland’s rebuilt defense. Finally, he led the Ravens to a 28-3 victory over the Browns. Meanwhile, the Browns played without injured Brown’s quarterback Deshaun Watson.

Bengals vs Titans

Overall, the Tennessee Titans had a much better game plan to deal with a limited Joe Burrow than the Rams did a week ago. All in all, it helped them cruise to a comfortable 27-3 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals in Week 4.

Buccaneers vs SaintsBuccaneers vs Saints NFL Week 4 Betting

Baker Mayfield from the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, threw three touchdown passes, while Derek Carr’s surprise return from a shoulder injury did little to help the New Orleans Saints’ anemic offense. In the end, the Bucs defeated the Saints 26-9 on Sunday.

Steelers vs Texans

The Pittsburgh Steelers’ Week 4 trip to Texas for a matchup against the Houston Texans ended in disappointment, as they lost 30-6. Meanwhile, their starting quarterback Kenny Pickett suffered a serious knee injury.

All in all, it was a pretty good week for the NFL and we are looking forward to seeing how many games we predicted correctly in week 5! In conclusion, stay tuned so you don’t miss any of the action.

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