NFL Week 4 Predictions Our Picks Against the Spread

AJ Brown’s hip injury shouldn’t easily prevent the Titans (2-1) from winning the game considering the team’s other big stars. Derrick Henry and receiver Julio Jones stayed behind.

However, aircraft do not have such capabilities. Rookie quarterback Zack Wilson threw in seven interceptions for two touchdowns, and the Jets (0-3) only passed once over 100 yards. Even an evolving defense like Tennessee should be able to withstand an aircraft invasion. option: titanium -7.5

Kansas City at the Philadelphia Eagles, 1 p.m., CBS

Kansas City (1-2) have only lost to each other three times since 2018, making it an unusual field for longtime Super Bowl challengers. They will most likely return this week against the Eagles (2-1), who beat Dallas straight away on Monday and have a short preparation week ahead of them.

Kansas City manager Andy Reed returned to work Tuesday after being treated for dehydration after Sunday’s game. More than likely, he’ll tell the safety of the ball to his team, who scored a total of six rounds with a loss to ravens and attacks. If the chieftain can solve this problem, their firepower must be too high to respond to the juvenile eagle’s mischief. Option: Kansas City-6

Pittsburgh Steelers at the Green Bay Packers 4:25 p.m., CBS

The Steelers’ pedestrian foul is a problem and now the Packers team (2-1) will click. The Pittsburgh defender’s weakness is well-documented, but Ben Rothlisberger is third in the NFL and largely missed an effort as the team hasn’t walked more than 75 yards in a game this season and turned down the fence from the first quarter.

The Steelers (1-2) had hoped outfielder TJ Watts would be available after last week’s loss to the Bengals, but Aaron Rodgers’ result should still outweigh the Steelers offense. to choose: Packaging -6.5

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