NFL Week 4: Predictions

Rob HugheyContributor IOctober 1, 2009

HOUSTON - SEPTEMBER 27:  Houston Texans cheerleaders performs her routine during a break in action against the Jacksonville Jaguars at Reliant Stadium on September 27, 2009 in Houston, Texas.  (Photo by Bob Levey/Getty Images)

    I returned to some normalcy this week with a 10-6 record. Went a little too far out on the limb with the Bucs and they burned me.  All and all, not a bad week 3. Here's to a perfect week 4.

Detroit at Chicago

Lions go back to their losing ways. 27-10 Bears

Cincinnati at Cleveland

Bengals have a hiccup after a big win against the Steelers. 20-17 Browns

Oakland at Houston

Is JaMarcus Russell still the starter?  30-10 Texans

Seattle at Indianapolis

Indy's offense looks in 2005 form. 34-17 Colts

Tennessee at Jacksonville

Tennessee can't start 0-4, right?  17-10 Titans

N.Y. Giants at Kansas City

G-Men are the road warriors. 28-9 Giants

Baltimore at New England

Pats have been begging to be beat. 27-20 Ravens

Tampa Bay at Washington

This game could cost Jim Zorn his job. 14-10 Redskins

Buffalo at Miami

Take the Dolphins at home.  16-13 Dolphins

N.Y. Jets at New Orleans.

Rex Ryan suffers his first loss. 24-17 Saints

Dallas at Denver

Is Denver for real? 20-13 Cowboys

St Louis at San Francisco

No Gore no problem. 24-3 49ers

San Diego at Pittsburgh

San Diego hasn't won at Heinz Field yet. 20-17 Steelers

Green Bay at Minnesota

Brett Favre Bowl. 31-24 Vikings

 

Last Week: 10-6 Overall: 30-18

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