NFL scores week 4 coverage is about to begin. The NFL scores week 4 schedule will kick off at 10 a.m. PST (1 p.m. EST) on Sunday, with eight early games. There are two that stand out as the most intriguing of the early group, with the Baltimore vs. Pittsburgh and Denver vs. Tennessee games standing out.
It’s pretty obvious why a Steelers vs. Ravens game would draw such attention, because they are two of the best defensive teams in football, and they are competing for a tough AFC North division title this year. It’s made even tougher by the Cincinnati Bengals being in that race too, and with the Bengals expected to beat the Browns on Sunday, it will be important for the other two teams to try and keep pace.
Later in the day is a great Washington vs. Philadelphia game that will return Donovan McNabb to Philadelphia for the first time as an opposing player. There has been a lot of debate about whether fans will boo the return of McNabb, or if they will stay classy and cheer him for everything he brought that franchise over 11 seasons. Then there is the game aspect, with Michael Vick now leading the Eagles, and trying to push his team to 3-1 over a struggling Redskins team that hasn’t found their identity yet.
The Sunday night game this week is Bears vs. Giants, giving these Chicago Bears yet another nationally televised game early in the 2010 season. That will be followed on Monday night with a Patriots vs. Dolphins game that is equally important to both of those teams. The AFC East is going to be a tough place to come out of for the 2010 NFL Playoffs, and both teams want to improve upon their 2-1 record. Look for this to be an extremely enjoyable Monday night game with lots of offense, and another one that the Dolphins will take down to the final moments of the fourth quarter.
Stay tuned, because this is going to be an interesting week, and there are bound to be a few upsets in the mix, because many of the predictions for this week just seem to easy to go according to plan.
Week 4 NFL Schedule
*San Francisco 14 — Atlanta 16 (Final)
*New York 38 — Buffalo 14 (Final)
*Cincinnati 20 — Cleveland 23 (Final)
*Baltimore 17 — Pittsburgh 14 (Final)
*Denver 26– Tennessee 20 (Final)
*Detroit 26 — Green Bay 28 (Final)
*Carolina 14 — New Orleans 16 (Final)
*Seattle 3– St. Louis 20 (Final)
*Indianapolis 28 — Jacksonville 31 (Final)
*Houston 31 — Oakland 24 (Final)
*Washington 17 — Philadelphia 12 (Final)
*Arizona 10 — San Diego 41 (Final)
*Chicago 3 — New York Giants 17 (Final / Sunday night game)
*New England vs. Miami (5:30 p.m. PST / Monday night game)