Winning Predictions For 2016 NFL Week 4

Winning Predictions For 2016 NFL Week 4

Written by on July 14, 2016

We have already covered the opening three weeks of the upcoming NFL season in previous posts, and now it’s time to turn the crystal ball to Week 4. Please remember that these NFL betting picks are being delivered before knowing about injuries, suspensions, and other factors, so these will very likely be updated closer to the time. Still, it’s a lot of fun to do some football picks with a few weeks to go before the season actually starts. Let’s get at it.

A Closer Look At The Winning Predictions For 2016 NFL Week 4


Dolphins at Bengals

You have to forget that the Bengals have not had playoff success despite being one of the better teams in the AFC for the past 3 years. This is a team that wins in the regular season, and they should win the Thursday night game.

Colts Vs Jaguars

It’s an early start on this Sunday, as these two will square off in London, England. This is one that should be high scoring, and which I think will go in favor of the Jags.

Titans at Texans

It’s going to be fun to see if Marcus Mariota takes a step forward in his second season, and this should be a good test. I think he and the Titans will come up a little short here.

Browns at Redskins

Perhaps the most intriguing game of the NFL Week 4, with RGIII paying his first visit back to Washington. I get the feeling that this will not be a happy return for him.

Seahawks at Jets

Seattle are not nearly as good on the road as they are at home, but I still believe that they are good enough to take care of the Jets.

Bills at Patriots

It now looks official that Tom Brady will miss the first 4 games of the season through suspension, which will make this the last one without him. Tough to say how the Patriots will do without him, but you always have to like them at home.

Panthers at Falcons

Carolina are the overwhelming favorites to run away with the NFC South again this season, and I think they will prove that with a convincing win against the Falcons on the road.

Raiders at Ravens

While I fully expect Oakland to be a whole lot better this year, heading into Baltimore is never an easy task for any team. This could be a close one, but the Ravens come up with the win.

Lions at Bears

Two teams that have the potential to be not very good this season square off here. This is a coin flip for me, but I expect Matthew Stafford to win a couple of games with his arm this season. Why not this one?

Broncos at Buccaneers

The big question here is whether or not Jameis Winston is going to be able to solve the Broncos defense. I have the distinct feeling that he will fail.

Rams at Cardinals

The Cardinals are going to have one of the defenses in the league, and that likely means that they will be able to slow down Todd Gurley. Do that, and the Cardinals get the win.

Saints at Chargers

While I think that these two will be pretty evenly matched this season, the Chargers have to get the nod at home. The better wager here may very well be on the OVER.

Cowboys at 49ers

The return of the old rivalry is likely to be pretty anti-climactic, as I really don’t think that the 49ers are going to be very competitive this season. I’ll take the road win for the Cowboys.

Chiefs at Steelers

We have a great one for Sunday night, and it’s going to be fun to see an explosive Steelers offense go against a very good Chiefs D. Giving the edge to the Steelers here.

Giants at Vikings

The Monday night game is another good one. It’s going to be interesting to see what life is like for the Giants in the post-Coughlin era. I like them to get the win in primetime in this one.Be sure to check back regularly to get the updated NFL betting odds each week.