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NFL Week 4: Schedule, Odds, Games to watch

Entering Week 4 of the NFL season, there are four teams - the Bears, Broncos, Panthers, and Vikings - still looking for their first win with just three - the Dolphins, Eagles and 49ers - that can dream of remaining perfect.

Here’s all you need to know about the Week 4 matchups and our top five games to watch.

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Away  

Location  

Time (ET)  

TV  

Spread  

Green Bay Packers 

Detroit Lions  

Lambeau Field  

8:15 PM (Thursday)  

Amazon Prime  

Lions -1.5  

 Jacksonville Jaguars  

 Atlanta Falcons  

Wembley Stadium 

9:30 AM  

ESPN+ 

Jaguars -3 

 Cleveland Browns  

 Baltimore Ravens  

Cleveland Browns Stadium 

1 PM  

CBS, Paramount +  

Browns -3

 Tennessee Titans  

 Cincinnati Bengals 

Nissan Stadium  

1 PM  

Fox  

Bengals -2.5

 Chicago Bears  

 Denver Broncos  

Soldier Field  

1 PM  

CBS, Paramount +  

Broncos -3  

 Buffalo Bills  

 Miami Dolphins  

Highmark Stadium  

1 PM  

CBS, Paramount +  

Bills -2.5  

Indianapolis Colts  

Los Angeles Rams  

Lucas Oil Stadium 

1 PM  

Fox  

Colts -1  

 Carolina Panthers 

 Minnesota Vikings  

Bank of America Stadium  

1 PM  

Fox  

Vikings -4

Houston Texans  

 Pittsburgh Steelers  

NRG Stadium 

1 PM  

CBS, Paramount +  

Steelers -2.5

 New Orleans Saints  

 Tampa Bay Buccaneers  

Caesars Superdome 

1 PM  

Fox  

Saints -3 

 Philadelphia Eagles  

 Washington Commanders  

Lincoln Financial Field  

1 PM  

Fox  

Eagles -9

Los Angeles Chargers  

 Las Vegas Raiders  

SoFi Stadium  

4:05 PM  

CBS, Paramount +  

Chargers -5

 San Francisco 49ers  

 Arizona Cardinals  

Levi’s Stadium 

4:25 PM  

Fox  

49ers -14 

 Dallas Cowboys 

 New England Patriots  

AT&T Stadium 

4:25 PM  

Fox 

Cowboys -6.5

 New York Jets 

 Kansas City Chiefs  

MetLife Stadium  

8:20 PM  

NBC 

Chiefs -8.5

 New York Giants 

Seattle Seahawks 

MetLife Stadium  

8:15 PM (Monday)  

ESPN 

Seahawks -1

Tough divisional test for Love

What    Detroit Lions @ Green Bay Packers  
Where    Lambeau Field, Green Bay, WI
When    8:15 PM ET, Thursday, September 28th  
How to watch    Amazon Prime  
Odds    Lions -1.5, Packers +105 ML  

After three years of sitting on the bench behind Aaron Rodgers, Jordan Love finally got to experience what it is like to be the Packers’ starting QB at Lambeau Field in Green Bay's Week 3 win over the New Orleans Saints, 18-17.

It was an uncomfortable experience for the first three quarters but Love leapt into action to lead Green Bay to an improbable win on the back of 18 straight fourth-quarter points. 

The parallels with Brett Favre’s breakout game in 1994 are remarkable, but Love must now back it up against a dangerous division rival in the visiting Lions this week. 

Detroit (2-1) recorded seven sacks in their 20-6 win over the previously unbeaten Atlanta Falcons on Sunday and will come after Love, who is playing behind a dinged-up offensive line. 

Something has got to give because Green Bay (2-1) have covered in almost 65% of their home games since Matt LaFleur became the Packers head coach in 2019 while the Lions are 11-7 ATS on the road under Dan Campbell.

High-octane AFC East offenses collide

What    Miami Dolphins @ Buffalo Bills  
Where    Highmark Stadium , Orchard Park, NY
When    1 PM, Sunday, October 1st  
How to watch    CBS, Paramount + 
Odds    Dolphins +125 ML, Bills -2.5  

This should be one of the most-watched games after Miami’s mesmeric performance in putting 70 points on the Denver Broncos last Sunday. 

It won’t quite be ‘Tua in the tundra’ with the game-time temperature in Buffalo set to be a relatively balmy 74°F, but it will be interesting to see if Tagovailoa and the Dolphins offense stay hot against a tough defense that recorded nine sacks against the Washington Commanders while still missing Von Miller. 

A high-scoring contest seems likely with the total sitting at 53.5, which is the largest on the Week 4 slate. Miami (3-0) will hope wide receiver Jaylen Waddle returns from concussion protocol in time to face the Bills, who have won 11 of the past 13 games against their division rivals. 

Buffalo (2-1) were brilliant on both sides of the ball and came close to recording a 37-0 shutout against the Commanders on Sunday.

Zeke returns to Dallas

What    New England Patriots @ Dallas Cowboys  
Where    AT&T Stadium , Arlington, TX
When    4:25 PM ET, Sunday, October 1st  
How to watch    Fox  
Odds    Patriots +235 ML, Cowboys -6.5

The Cowboys (1-2) are looking to rebound from an upset loss to the Arizona Cardinals, who were a double-digit home underdog on Sunday. 

Meanwhile, the Patriots (1-2) picked up their first win over the hapless New York Jets to inject some momentum into their as-yet stuttering campaign. 

Bill Belichick raised some eyebrows in the league when he signed former Cowboys star Ezekiel Elliott in the offseason. The 28-year-old appeared to have lost some of the pop that made him one of the NFL's best rushers since he was drafted in 2016, but his reliability helped New England grind out a 15-10 win at MetLife Stadium last Sunday.

His return to his former home will be among the top headlines this weekend.

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