Buffalo Bills @ Cleveland Browns – Thursday, 8:20 PM ET
The Browns were clowned heavily after the Trent Richardson trade, yet have won two in a row since. All four of the Bills’ games have been decided by a touchdown or less. This battle of 2-2 teams has become more intriguing ahead of Thursday night. The Browns are a four-point favorite on the NFL betting lines.
New England Patriots @ Cincinnati Bengals – Sunday, 1:00 PM ET
The Patriots haven’t been winning pretty, but they’re 4-0 and that is all that matters as they prepare to head into Cincinnati, where the 2-2 Bengals should be licking their chops after a terrible game against the Browns. This game is a PICK in the sportsbook.
Detroit Lions @ Green Bay Packers – Sunday, 1:00 PM ET
The Lions are 3-1 and looked pretty good against the Bears, while the Packers are 1-2, are coming off a bye and desperately need a win. Fun fact of the week: Detroit have dropped their last 22 in a row at Green Bay.
Denver Broncos @ Dallas Cowboys – Sunday, 4:25 PM ET
The Broncos have scored a ridiculous 179 points over their first four games, while Peyton Manning is on course to smash a slew of record. The 2-2 Cowboys will look to at least slow 4-0 Denver down when they host the Broncos.
New York Jets @ Atlanta Falcons – Monday, 8:30 PM ET
The Falcons fell to 1-3 despite having a number of chances to beat New England at home on Sunday night, while the Jets are 2-2, but were thumped by Tennessee. This is a huge game for both in this Monday night affair.
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