Jeremy Sneed NFL Week 4 Picks

Thursday Night Football 7:25         

Miami Dolphins (1-2) @ Cincinnati Bengals (1-2)

-I would love to be able to say that I think the Dolphins will win, but they should be 0-3 if it wasn’t for a missed FG from the Browns last week.  I think the Bengals get a much needed in this week at home.       Final Score: 34-23

Sunday Morning Football In London 8:30 AM

Indianapolis Colts (1-2) @ Jacksonville Jaguars (0-3)

-In my upset pick of the week, I think the Jacksonville Jaguars will get their first victory of the year in London.          Final Score: 27-24

Sunday Noon Football

Tennessee Titans (1-2) @ Houston Texans (2-1)

-The Texans will most likely be without JJ Watt for the rest of the season but I don’t think that will matter too much this week.  I think the Houston offense is strong enough to hold off the Tennessee Titans this week.            Final Score: 24-14

Cleveland Browns (0-3) @ Washington Redskins (1-2)

-The Redskins are riding high after getting their first win of the season especially because it was against the divisional rival Giants.  Even though rookie QB Cody Kessler looked pretty good last week, I think the Redskins will easily win this one and improve to 2-2.  Final Score: 37-17

Seattle Seahawks (2-1) @ New York Jets (1-2)

-This game is tough to predict because the Seahawks are dealing with a multitude of injuries to Russell Wilson and Thomas Rawls.  The Jets turned the ball over 8 times against the Chiefs last week including 6 interceptions from Fitzpatrick.  With that being said I believe in the Jets this week and think they will get the victory.            Final Score: 20-17

Buffalo Bills (1-2) @ New England Patriots (3-0)

-The Patriots are 3-0 and have done it without Rob Gronkowski, Tom Brady and a third string rookie QB (for one game).  Now that Gronkowski is going to be a 100% for this one, it doesn’t matter who the Patriots start at quarterback because I am still going to pick them to win this week.         Final Score: 35-21


Carolina Panthers (1-2) @ Atlanta Falcons (2-1)

-The Panthers currently have as many wins as they had all of last season.  The Falcons are 2-1 after dropping 45 points in New Orleans on Monday night.  I think the Panthers will bounce back and pick up a huge road win against the divisional opponent Falcons.  Final Score: 29-22

Oakland Raiders (2-1) @ Baltimore Ravens (3-0)

-I think this is going be the most interesting game of the week.  The Ravens are undefeated but have yet to beat a good team.  The Raiders aren’t necessarily a good team but they are much better than the Jaguars, Browns and Bills.  I think the Raiders offense will be too much for the Ravens and they pull off the upset.            Final Score: 37-30

Detroit Lions (1-2) @ Chicago Bears (0-3)

-To put it lightly, the Bears stink and I don’t think it’s going to get any better anytime soon.  With the fact that the Bears cannot win at home, I think the Lions will win this one.

Final Score: 34-17

Sunday Afternoon Football 3:05

Denver Broncos (3-0) @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1-2)

-I really thought the Buccaneers were going to be pretty successful this season, and they still might.  But, the Broncos defense is on another level and now the offense is starting to put up big numbers.  I think the Broncos remain undefeated and win big in Tampa.  Final Score: 42-20

Sunday Afternoon Football 3:25

Los Angeles Rams (2-1) @ Arizona Cardinals (1-2)

-Even though the Rams are 2-1, I am still not a believer.  Even though the Cardinals offense looked dreadful last week, I think they will muster up enough offense to get past the tough LA defense.    Final Score: 27-14

New Orleans Saints (0-3) @ San Diego Chargers (1-2)

-The Saints are coming off of a heartbreaking loss Monday night on their 10th anniversary of returning to the Superdome post Hurricane Katrina.  The Chargers on the other hand have a very strong offensive output this season but don’t have much of a defense.  With all that being said I think that Sean Payton, Drew Brees and the Saints get a much needed win this week on the road and avoid a 0-4 start.        Final Score: 45-37

Dallas Cowboys (2-1) @ San Francisco 49ers (1-2)

-Fans and critics alike all want to see Colin Kaepernick get some playing time instead of Blaine Gabbert.  Even if they do play Kaepernick, the offense has too many inconsistencies to handle the #DakAttack and the Dallas Cowboys.  I think the Cowboys will improve to 3-1 with a solid road victory.         Final Score: 29-13

Sunday Night Football 7:30

Kansas City Chiefs (2-1) @ Pittsburgh Steelers (2-1)

-The Steelers got embarrassed by the Eagles last week losing 34-3.  But now they are getting Le’Veon Bell back and I think the Steelers will get back to their winning ways Sunday night.  Final Score:         31-20

Monday Night Football 7:30

New York Giants (2-1) @ Minnesota Vikings (3-0)

-You might tell someone that the Vikings are 3-0 and they would say, “Well yeah with that defense, Bridgewater, AP…”  You cut them off and let them know that Bridgewater is hurt and AP is hurt and that Sam Bradford is leading them.  Whatever the Vikes are doing it’s working and they think they will improve to 4-0 this week because I think their defense will smother Eli Manning and the Giants offense.        Final Score: 27-16