NFL Week 4 Picks

Jeff Hanisch-US PRESSWIRE

We are entering week 4 of the 2012 NFL season and the FanSided.com Expert picks are becoming a tight race. After Josh Hill pulled out early in the season, Josh Sanchez and Patrick Allen have put together some solid weeks of picks to close the gap at the top of the standings. This week could prove to be a pivotal week as we gear up for some bye weeks.

Who does the FanSided panel have in this week’s games?

Game Josh Sanchez Patrick Allen Josh Hill
Cleveland Browns @ Baltimore Ravens  Ravens Ravens  Ravens
New England Patriots @ Buffalo Bills  Patriots Patriots  Patriots
San Francisco 49ers @ New York Jets  49ers 49ers  49ers
Seattle Seahawks @ St. Louis Rams Rams Seahawks  Rams
Carolina Panthers @ Atlanta Falcons Falcons Falcons  Falcons
Minnesota Vikings @ Detroit Lions Lions Vikings  Lions
San Diego Chargers @ Kansas City Chiefs Chiefs Chiefs  Chargers
Tennessee Titans @ Houston Texans Texans Texans  Texans
Cincinnati Bengals @ Jacksonville Jaguars  Bengals Bengals  Bengals
Oakland Raiders @ Denver Broncos Raiders Raiders  Broncos
Miami Dolphins @ Arizona Cardinals  Dolphins Cardinals  Cardinals
Washington Redskins @ Tampa Bay Bucs  Buccaneers Redskins  Bucs
New Orleans Saints @ Green Bay Packers Packers Packers  Packers
New York Giants @ Philadelphia Eagles Giants Giants  Giants
Chicago Bears @ Dallas Cowboys Cowboys Cowboys  Bears

Weekly Results
Allen: 10-5
Hill: 12-3
Sanchez: 8-7

Last Week: 
Allen: 8-7
Hill: 8-7
Sanchez: 10-5

Overall Standings:
Allen: 32-28
Hill: 36-24
Sanchez: 33-27

Tune in next week for this week’s results and our week five picks!

Topics: NFL Picks, NFL Week 4

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  • Chinwe

    I like this picks. Pretty good. Read mine @ chinwesports.blogspot.com.

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