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The Patriots are back from the bye week and we're back for our weekly NFL picks. Who will win? Here's our picks. Play our CW28 Pro Football Picks Contest where you could win a $25 gift card from Dunkin' Donuts plus a grand prize of a trip to Hawaii! It's all powered by The Vets!
Week 4 byes: Dolphins, Jets, Panthers, Vikings
Colts at Texans (Thursday 8:25pm)
No Andrew Luck again for the Colts and Matt Hasselback, now the starter, was in the hospital (illness) just 2 days ago. Happy hunting QB's JJ Watt!
Redskins at Falcons (Sunday 1pm)
The Falcons are rolling offensively. Wouldn't expect Washington to be the one to change that.
Browns at Ravens (Sunday 1pm)
The Ravens, after a gift win last week from the Steelers, look to get well here and climb back to mediocrity.
Seahawks at Bengals (Sunday 1pm)
If Cincy is looking to prove it's no fluke at 4-0, here's the spot to do it. Or maybe the Seahawks can be given another win after MNF's bat-ball debacle.
Rams at Packers (Sunday 1pm)
The Rams do tend to play better against good teams (look at last week's win in Arizona last Sunday. But, going into Green Bay against Aaron Rodgers may be just too tall an order.
Bears at Chiefs (Sunday 1pm)
After 7 FG's last week, KC will be looking to improve their ways of finishing on offense.
Saints at Eagles (Sunday 1pm)
Is it too early to call this a must win for Chip Kelly? The Saints are happy just to have one win now that Drew Brees is back at QB.
Jaguars at Bucs (Sunday 1pm)
Thankfully, this one will be limited to those in Florida.
Bills at Titans (Sunday 1pm)
The Bills are good one week, not so good the next. Thankfully for them, this is a good this week game.
Cardinals at Lions (Sunday 4:05pm)
Simply put, Detroit got screwed Monday night in Seattle. Unfortunately for them, the Cardinals are angry after a home loss to the Rams.
Patriots at Cowboys (Sunday 4:25pm)
Revenge tour 2015 returns after a bye week for the Patriots. Next up: Jerry Jones (DeflateGate) and Greg Hardy (Gisele comments). Plus, it doesn't hurt New England that the Cowboys are without Tony Romo and Dez Bryant.
Broncos at Raiders (Sunday 4:25pm)
Despite the Peyton's not the same rhetoric, the Broncos just keep winning.
49ers at Giants (Sunday 8:30pm)
We'll just call this one the not-so-ready-for-primetime-game.
Steelers at Chargers (Monday 8:30pm)
WR Martavis Bryant (Steelers) and TE Antonio Gates (Chargers) both return from four-game suspensions. At least Gates has Phillip Rivers. Bryant's stuck with Michael Vick.