Splash’s Week 4 Picks

Splash’s Week 4 Picks

by October 1, 2020 0 comments

Welcome to a weekly installment of NFL picks.

Feel free to keep track of your predictions and see if you can beat the author.

Each week, one survivor pick will be made. When selected, a team will not be available for the rest of the season. If the survivor pick loses, the survivor pick is gone for the remainder of the season.

Straight-up Record: 34-13-1 

ATS Record: 26-21-1

Survivor Pick: 2-1

Teams Used: Pittsburgh, San Francisco, Arizona (lost)

With Arizona’s loss to Detroit, the survivor picks will not continue. 

Thursday Game:

Denver Broncos (+1) at New York Jets

Broncos 14, Jets 10

The Broncos will prevail in one of the most boring games of the season.

Sunday Games:

Indianapolis Colts at Chicago Bears (CHI +2.5)

Bears 24, Colts 21 (F/OT)

Nick Foles’s first start will result in an overtime win for the Bears.

New Orleans Saints (-4.5) at Detroit Lions 

Saints 27, Lions 21

New Orleans will respond to back-to-back losses with a win in Detroit.

Arizona Cardinals (-4) at Carolina Panthers 

Cardinals 28, Panthers 20

Kyler Murray will have a bounce-back performance to knock off the Panthers.

Jacksonville Jaguars at Cincinnati Bengals (-3)

Bengals 23, Jaguars 17

Joe Burrow and the Bengals will cover for the fourth-straight game, defeating the Jaguars.

Minnesota Vikings at Houston Texans (-4.5)

Texans 33, Vikings 27

In one of the higher-scoring games of the week, the Texans will win their first game of the season.

Cleveland Browns at Dallas Cowboys (-4.5)

Cowboys 36, Browns 31

Dak Prescott and Baker Mayfield will light up the scoreboard, but Dallas will come out with the win.

Seattle Seahawks (-7) at Miami Dolphins

Seahawks 34, Dolphins 24

Russell Wilson will tack on four more passing touchdowns as Seattle rolls to a 4-0 start.

Los Angeles Chargers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers (-7)

Buccaneers 27, Chargers 17

Tampa Bay will capitalize on rookie mistakes from Justin Herbert, and they will win their third straight game.

Baltimore Ravens (-13.5) at Washington Football Team 

Ravens 35, Football Team 14

After an underwhelming performance against the Chiefs, the Ravens will show up and steamroll the Football Team.

New York Giants at Los Angeles Rams (-14)

Rams 35, Giants 20

Sean McVay and the Rams will continue the offensive onslaught with a dominant win over the Giants.

New England Patriots at Kansas City Chiefs (-7)

Chiefs 35, Patriots 27

Patrick Mahomes will be the second quarterback in three weeks to throw for five touchdowns against the Patriots.

Buffalo Bills (-3) at Las Vegas Raiders

Bills 31, Raiders 20

Josh Allen will decimate the Raiders with another MVP-caliber performance.

Sunday Night Football:

Philadelphia Eagles at San Francisco 49ers (-7)

49ers 23, Eagles 14

Even with a depleted defensive front, the 49ers will get to Carson Wentz and force a bevy of inaccurate throws. Jalen Hurts will throw his first NFL pass after Wentz gets benched through three quarters.

Monday Night Football:

Atlanta Falcons at Green Bay Packers (-7)

Packers 38, Falcons 21

The Falcons will not blow a lead because the Packers will dominate from the first snap.

Who Knows:

Pittsburgh Steelers (-1.5) at Tennessee Titans

Steelers 23, Titans 20

The time has yet to be set on this game, but it will be played. When it is played, the Steelers will move to 4-0 with a gutsy win in Nashville.

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I’m Ryan Potts. Some people affectionately call me Splash. I am renowned for being a misplaced Ravens, Cavs, Wings & Braves fan. Twitter: MrSplashMan19

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