NFL Schedule: Week 4

Can someone explain to me why the Bears are 6½-point favorites over the Panthers? This is the Panthers team with the guy who captivated everyone with his offensive performances the first two weeks, right? And this is the Bears team that’s been hugely disappointing through three weeks, right? Same with the Eagles being 8½-point favorites over the Niners; I know we expected them to be that way, but not even the power rankings agree anymore.

With no votes on the poll, I’m probably not putting out the SEFL recap this week. Decided it’s not really worth it.

What is the Median Expected Score?

Away MXS Home Time (ET) TV DTV Announcers NTR SIRIUS Notes
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#6(3-0) 23½-20½ #24(1-2) Sun 1:00 PM 704 Andrew Catalon, Steve Tasker 106 137 Bills getting respect, and they’re on the right end of the squash game for once.
#18(2-1) 18¾-20¼ #21(2-1) Sun 1:00 PM 705 Marv Albert, Rich Gannon 104 94 Bet you didn’t expect this to be a battle of 2-1 teams.
#7(2-1) 20½-24½ #10(2-1) Sun 1:00 PM 706 Greg Gumbel, Dan Dierdorf 86 128 Once again, the Texans face a huge test against a formidable top-tier team.
#5(3-0) 22¾-23¾ #11(2-1) Sun 1:00 PM 707 Joe Buck, Troy Aikman, Pam Oliver 135 85 It was great seeing Romo fight off injury the past two weeks, but can he handle the resurgent Lions?
#20(2-1) 18-26½ #17(1-2) Sun 1:00 PM 708 Ron Pitts, Jim Mora CMP 139 93 Are the Niners for real? Is the Dream Team little more than, well, a dream?
#22(1-2) 18¼-24¾ #19(1-2) Sun 1:00 PM 709 Thom Brennaman, Brian Billick, Laura Okmin USA 112 91 Bears defense hasn’t looked up to snuff… could Cam Newton go off on them?
#15(2-1) 22¼-21¼ #31(0-3) Sun 1:00 PM 710 Chris Myers, Tim Ryan WW1 148 138 Will the Rams finally look like the team we expected them to be against the Redskins?
#2(2-1) 26¼-19¼ #25(1-2) Sun 1:00 PM 711 Sam Rosen, Chad Pennington 92 136 It doesn’t get any easier for Gabbert against the vaunted Saints defense.
#T28(0-3) 20¾-19¼ #32(0-3) Sun 1:00 PM 712 Gus Johnson, Charles Davis, Tim Brewster 117 113 One team gets their first win of the season! The other’s a step closer to Andrew Luck.
#14(2-1) 23-21 #23(1-2) Sun 4:05 PM 713 Kenny Albert, Daryl Johnston, Tony Siragusa USA 85 149 Could Eli go off against the woeful Cardinals defense?
#16(1-2) 22-17½ #27(1-2) Sun 4:05 PM 714 Craig Bolerjack, John Lynch WW1 93 134 Seahawks could be just what the doctor ordered for the Falcons to bounce back.
#26(1-2) 17-29½ #1(3-0) Sun 4:15 PM 715 Jim Nantz, Phil Simms CMP 117 91 Broncos may be about to enter a lion’s den in Lambeau.
#30(0-3) 19-26 #9(2-1) Sun 4:15 PM 717 Ian Eagle, Dan Fouts 92 94 The Bolts seem to have shaken off their early-season swoons, but maybe playing teams like the Fins helps.
#4(2-1) 29¾-25¼ #12(2-1) Sun 4:15 PM 716 Kevin Harlan, Solomon Wilcots 86 113 Best game of the week you won’t be able to watch. Will the Pats be stunned by a surprise team again?
#8(2-1) 19-22½ #3(2-1) Sun 8:20 PM Al Michaels, Cris Collinsworth, Michele Tafoya WW1 92 93 Showdown between the two teams Pittsburgh beat en route to the Super Bowl.
#T28(0-3) 15¼-25¼ #13(2-1) Mon 8:30 PM Mike Tirico, Jon Gruden, Ron Jaworski, Suzy Kolber WW1 92 93 Now it’s ESPN’s turn to bang its head against the wall for having a Colts game.

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