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NFL Week #4

Week 4

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Sunday, September 30

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HOU @ ATL 1:00 PM CBS 704 121 107
BAL @ CLE 1:00 PM CBS 706 125 123
CHI @ DET 1:00 PM FOX 709 146 144
OAK @ MIA 1:00 PM CBS 707 122 181
NYJ @ BUF 1:00 PM CBS 705 130 119
GB @ MIN 1:00 PM FOX 710 110 143
STL @ DAL 1:00 PM FOX 708 114 126
PIT @ ARI 3:15 PM CBS 714 130 122
TB @ CAR 4:05 PM FOX 712 126 121
SEA @ SF 4:05 PM FOX 711 125 181
KC @ SD 4:15 PM CBS 715 119 110
DEN @ IND 4:15 PM CBS 713 114 123
PHI @ NYG 8:15 PM NBC 83 126 122 Radio

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Monday, October 01

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NE @ CIN 8:30 PM Tickets ESPN 206 73 123 126 Radio

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The pats will win.Btw it is 12/1 for the Pats to have a perfect season good price i think.

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The pats will win.Btw it is 12/1 for the Pats to have a perfect season good price i think.
They should win this one too .... Im NOT a betting person, never was...I work too frikken hard to let my money slip away just like that... But betting aside I still KNOW the Pats will lose this season...and not just once.....

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I actually think it's going to be pretty hard for the Pats to win. They are playing away from home against probably the second best offense in the NFL. Fortunately for them, the Bengals have a crap defense...Marvin Lewis, what happened?

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Pats will beat Bengals, i am sure of that. Pats won't achieve Dolphins 16-0 season. They have a tough schedule later : Cowboys, Steelers Colts.

I am really hoping for a win for my Cards. If we somehow could be a 2-2, concidering that we already played against 49 ers away, Steelers and Ravens, then i think a P.O. birth is not far away.

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NFL picks for Week 4

September 27, 2007


By Chris Palochko
PA SportsTicker Staff Writer

If you are counting losses, I remained perfect on my best bets last week thanks to the San Diego Chargers making Brett Favre look like he did in the prime of his career.

The totals for the season are anything but pretty.

Season to Date: 5-9 Best Bets: 0-3

(Home team in caps)

1. (Best Bet) ARIZONA (+7) over Pittsburgh - Some coaching motivation here after both Ken Whisenhunt and Russ Grimm were passed up in favor of Mike Tomlin for the Pittsburgh job. Tomlin has the Steelers playing at an extremely high level, with their three wins coming by more than 23 points per game. The Steelers lose some firepower offensively this week as wide receiver Hines Ward is expected to miss the game with a knee injury. Matt Leinart, who was pulled in favor of Kurt Warner in last week's loss at Baltimore, is expected to start at quarterback for the Cardinals. Not only will the Cards cover, they figure out a way to win this game outright.

PICK: Arizona, 24-20

2. Chicago (-3) over DETROIT - Not having the turnover-prone Rex Grossman at quarterback should be an instant lift to the Bears. Brian Griese will stabilize the position. Believe it or not, the Bears may have just as many problems defensively as offensively right now due to a bevy of injuries. As evident by its 56-21 debacle at Philadelphia last week, Detroit also has an abundant amount of problems on the defensive side. The Lions, who score their fair share amount of points, also make plenty of problems on that side of the ball. Detroit has given up 13 sacks the last two weeks. Not a good sign, even if the Bears are banged up.

PICK: Chicago, 27-17

3. MINNESOTA (+3 1/2) over Green Bay - Despite their 3-0 record, the Packers have yet to make a believer out of me. This game again will be on the shoulders of Favre since the Packers have no running game. Plus, no one runs on the Vikings. In the comforts of their dome, the Vikings will surprise.

PICK: Minnesota, 19-17



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Panthers QB Delhomme hopes to play
Steelers WR Ward to miss game vs. Cards
Jets fan sues Pats, Belichick for $184M
Kiffin confirms QB Culpepper to start
Packers RB Morency set for season debut
Second bank in as many weeks sues Vick
Texans DT Killings walks into practice
QB Holcomb to start again for Vikings

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Daunte Culpepper: Gets Starting Nod :thmbup:

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Friday, September 28, 2007

Update: Culpepper has been confirmed as the Raiders' starting QB for Sunday's game against the Dolphins, the San Francisco Chronicle reports.

Recommendation: The decision was made after Josh McCown missed his third straight practice with a broken left big toe that could take a few weeks to heal. If nothing else, Culpepper should have no trouble getting fired up for the game, give his disappointing stint with the Dolphins that ended with his release in July.

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Favre throws 421st TD to pass Marino
Anderson helps Browns stun Ravens 27-13
Falcons earn first victory without Vick
Panthers QB Delhomme sits vs. Bucs
Bills get first win, 17-14 over Jets
Romo leads Cowboys to 35-7 rout of Rams

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Jets 14
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Dolphins winless and reeling :dielaugh:

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Tampa Bay Takes over their Division ... The Panthers get clogged in Charlotte !!!

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What a great game of Chiefs rookie WR Bowe!
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Giants DL is killing McNabb. Umenyiora has 4 sacks right now, and it's early in the second half.
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Eagles pass blocking is pathetic. Sack No. 9 for Giants tonight.
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Akers saves Eagles from shutout.
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FT it's 16-3 for Giants. Nightmare game for Justice and friends. Giants had 12 sacks. Umenyiora had 6 sacks ( one short of tieing a NFL record) and 2 FF. NFL defensive player of the week. No doubt.
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Falcons win vs Houston,Joey Harrington is actually looking like a decent NFL QB.Last 2 games he has been very impressive.

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Eagles played like crap. it was disgraceful to watch. this doesn't look like it's going to be our year.

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Winners, losers and other observations: Week 4

By James C. Black, Yahoo! Sports

September 30, 2007




Daunte Culpepper delivered against his old squad. So did Matt Schaub, but the pair experienced different results.

On a day when quarterbacks (Brett Favre, anyone?) and the revenge factor dominated the story lines, Culpepper walked out of Dolphin Stadium with his head up while Schaub left the Georgia Dome disappointed.

Culpepper, saying all the right things earlier in the week about the Miami Dolphins making a "business" and not "personal" decision to release him, relished the Oakland Raiders' 35-17 victory on Sunday. That was evident every time he got his "roll on" after a score – save for the one time after a rushing touchdown when he pointed at his right knee and gestured to the fans that it was "OK." But hey, three rushing touchdowns and two more passing would put just about anyone in good spirits, right?

Schaub also had to be excited to show his old team what it was missing out on after trading him to the Houston Texans in the offseason. And if the game simply had been reduced to a battle of quarterbacks, Schaub would have bragging rights over the Atlanta Falcons' Joey Harrington. Unfortunately for Schaub and the Texans, his 28-of-40 passing, 317 yards and one touchdown weren't enough to keep Houston from dropping a second straight game without wide receiver Andre Johnson.

In a day filled with big moments and exciting play, here are more winners, losers and other observations from Week 4:


WINNERS

• Brett Favre has reminded us of why we like the NFL and sports so much: Just when you want to count someone out, he strings together a performance or a series of them to make you aware he's alive and kicking. We've been resigned to the fact for a while that Favre would eventually pass Dan Marino as the NFL's all-time leader for career passes (now at 422). But what we didn't know going into this season was that Favre and the Green Bay Packers would emerge as the team to beat in the NFC North and become legitimate contenders in the NFC. Yeah, it's still early, but the Chicago Bears have QB issues (we'll get to that in a sec) and the Packers are more balanced than the surprising Detroit Lions.

• Trent Edwards, in place of the injured J.P. Losman, was saddled with the responsibility of guiding a team that had scored a whooping 24 points in the first three weeks. He responded by stringing together enough timely passes, finishing 22-of-28 for 234 yards, as the Bills notched their first victory of the season with a 17-14 win over the New York Jets.

• In the past three games, the Cleveland Browns have scored at least 24 points. That matches their total from 16 games a year ago.

LOSERS

• Lovie Smith made the right decision to bench Rex Grossman. His hand was forced after "Bad Rex" was awful against the Dallas Cowboys in Week 3. However, as it had been suggested all along, Griese probably won't be much better. Griese threw two touchdown passes but also had three picks – one in the end zone and another returned for a touchdown – during the loss to the Lions.

• For the second time in three weeks, Carolina Panthers fans have witnessed their team get embarrassed at home a week after an impressive road victory. So should they root for road defeats in the next two games and expect good things to happen in their next home game in Week 8 … against the Indianapolis Colts? Uh, maybe they should look ahead to the home game in Week 10 against the Falcons.

• Everyone is looking at the ailments suffered by Orlando Pace, Steven Jackson and Marc Bulger as being the reason the St. Louis Rams are struggling so much. Offensively, that might be true, but don't ignore the role of a defense that has allowed career days to Earnest Graham (two rushing touchdowns) and Patrick Crayton (184 yards) in the past two embarrassing losses.

• Is an explanation needed for the 1-3 San Diego Chargers? Didn't think so.

• The Baltimore Ravens are struggling in the discipline department this year. On fourth and 4, Baltimore jumped offside to nullify a missed long field goal by the Cleveland Browns' Phil Dawson. The Browns retained possession and eventually capitalized with a 1-yard scoring run by Jamal Lewis for a 24-3 lead. So the poised, veteran Ravens have compiled these not so impressive '07 stats: six turnovers in a Week 1 loss to Bengals; 11 penalties for 100 yards against Jets in Week 2; and two touchdowns allowed by the Browns following turnovers. Not good, Brian Billick and Company.

• Speaking of 2006 playoff teams, here's a reminder that success one year guarantees you nothing the following campaign. Five of the postseason qualifiers from last year are under .500: Chargers, Bears (1-3), Jets (1-3), Philadelphia Eagles (1-3) and New Orleans Saints (0-3).

Gutsy call: Even in defeat, Mike Tomlin made an incredibly bold move and statement that should inspire tremendous confidence in his offensive players. Ahead 7-0 midway in the second quarter, the Steelers went for it on fourth and inches from the 29-yard line – Pittsburgh's 29. Ben Roethlisberger converted on a quarterback sneak, but the drive stalled. As a co-worker suggested: not sure if that shows less respect for the Arizona defense or Matt Leinart. Maybe the former, considering Pittsburgh capped its previous drive with a 43-yard touchdown pass from Big Ben to Santonio Holmes on third and 26.

Bad driving conditions: Charlotte was an unkind location for football players with automotive-related names. Tampa Bay Buccaneers running back Cadillac Williams suffered what was, according to what a source told Yahoo! Sports' Jason Cole, a torn patellar tendon after an 18-yard gain in the first quarter during the team's 20-7 victory over the Carolina Panthers. Meanwhile, Carolina's David Carr was horrendous, going 19-of-41 for 155 yards with a pick and three sacks. The lone highlight was a 24-yard scoring pass to DeAngelo Williams with 23 seconds left to avoid being shut out.

Lightning strikes twice: The start of the Oakland Raiders-Miami Dolphins game was delayed because of lightning prior to the national anthem at Dolphin Stadium. The Raiders' road opener against the Denver Broncos in Week 2 temporarily was disrupted because of lightning strikes. It's probably a good idea to get an advance weather report for the Raiders' next road game against the San Diego Chargers in Week 6.

Another broadcasting jinx: Late in the Bears-Lions game, announcers made a point of suggesting that Chicago desperately would try to force a turnover on every play given that it was trailing by three points. Dick Stockton followed that up by saying the Lions needed to emphasize wrapping up the ball in the huddle. So what happens the very next play?: Roy Williams loses the ball after a 5-yard gain. Fortunately for the Lions, the ball went out of bounds. Even more fortunate, Detroit scored on the play after that.

Time for a group hug: We know the Michael Vick situation has put an unimaginable amount of pressure on the Atlanta Falcons, but does that explain the lack of tolerance the team's members have shown to one another recently? As if the DeAngelo Hall confrontation with Bobby Petrino last week weren't enough, defensive backs Lawyer Milloy and Lewis Sanders got testy with each other in the end zone Sunday. Apparently, the issue quickly was resolved on the sideline.

Team player: Cris Carter and other former/current wide receivers repeatedly have gone on about how hard Terrell Owens works, despite all the talk about his theatrics and reputation for being a "me" guy. His unselfishness was on display Sunday when he sprinted downfield to provide blocking for Patrick Crayton on a 59-yard scoring reception in the third quarter.

Kickers are athletes, too: Packers punter Jon Ryan might have put on the most mobile display ever by a kicker when the team called for a fake punt on its first possession of the second half. On fourth and 4 from the 50-yard line, Ryan started off going right but ran into Minnesota's Vinny Ciurciu. He got away from the defender, ran back to his left, popped back through the middle and spun to pick up the first down.


James C. Black is the NFL editor for Yahoo! Sports.

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