Welcome back NFL Fans! Week 3 of the 2022 season is behind us, and it’s time to recalculate the NFL Predictions for Week 4. @TheBrysh Power Rankings and Predictions are calculated using a proprietary algorithm. Week 3 Predictions for @TheBrysh were a measly 6/16, for a season total of 26/47, or 55% on straight up wins.
NFL Week 4
As the NFL season unwinds, the Power Rankings adapt, the numbers get dialed in and the predictions become even more dependable. Point Spreads are courtesy of DraftKings Nation, and are up to date as of the article writing.
THURSDAY NIGHT GAME
Miami Dolphins @ Cincinnati Bengals (-3.5) The undefeated Dolphins travel to Cincinnati to take on the Bengals tonight. Miami QB Tua Tagovailoa is questionable, Bengals QB Joe Burrow is always improving, take the Bengals 30-27.
EARLY SUNDAY GAMES
Minnesota Vikings (-2.5) @ New Orleans Saints The underdog New Orleans Saints take on the favored Minnesota Vikings Sunday morning at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium. The Vike’s have notable players as questionable in RB Dalvin Cook and Safety Harrison Smith, UPSET Saints 24-23
Cleveland Browns (-1.5) @ Atlanta Falcons Cleveland is looking to take 1st in the AFC North with a win in Atlanta. The Browns have the offensive talent to exploit Atlanta’s defensive weaknesses, go with the Browns 26-25.
Washington Commanders @ Dallas Cowboys (-3.0) The Washington Commanders are easily the weakest team in the NFC, and fresh off a beatdown. Look for Dallas QB Cooper Rush to propel the Cowboys 35-19.
Seattle Seahawks @ Detroit Lions (-4.0) Detroit finds themselves as the favorite in this game, likely because of the Seahawks deficit of Russell Wilson and Bobby Wagner. QB Geno Smith is in the top of the QB ratings and will take his Lions to a 25-23 win.
Tennessee Titans @ Indianapolis Colts (-3.0) The visiting Titans will try to pressure Indianapolis Colts QB Matt Ryan to take him off of his game. Ryan will have the backing of the Marvel Universe, take the Colts 22-20.
Chicago Bears @ NY Giants (-3.0) Historically, the Bears own this series 31-21-2 since 1925. Welcome to 2022, Chicago’s passing offense is ranked 30th in the NFL. Giants RB Saquon Barkley will run circles around the Bears, take the Giants 25-23.
Jacksonville Jaguars @ Philadelphia Eagles (-6.5) The Jackson Jaguars are exceeding expectations this season, especially after decimating the Chargers. Reality has to step in when they meet, arguably, the best team in the NFC, Eagles win handily 38-24.
NY Jets @ Pittsburgh Steelers (-3.0) Jets QB Zach Wilson gets his first NFL start of the season on Sunday, will he live up to the obligation? Pittsburgh’s offense finally wakes up and leads them to a win, Steelers 34-22.
Buffalo Bills (-3.0) @ Baltimore Ravens This looks to be the best matchup of the week. The Ravens have turned it up and taken their division from the Bengals. The Bills are definitely the best roster in the AFC, despite a surprising loss, take the Bills 35-27.
LA Chargers (-5.5) @ Houston Texans The Houston Texans are winless, and will remain so as they take on the Chargers this week. The Chargers will bounce back from last week’s set-back and take the game 31-28.
LATE SUNDAY GAMES
Arizona Cardinals @ Carolina Panthers (-1.5) Thus far this season, the Cardinals offense has been disappointing. @TheBrysh is going on a limb to say that this is the breakthrough and the Card’s pull off the UPSET 24-23.
New England Patriots @ Green Bay Packers (9.5) The Green Bay Packers are a big favorite to win this week. The Patriots look to start Brian Hoyer, the QB with the longest losing streak in the NFL. Good luck Belichick, I will take the Packers 27-21.
Denver Broncos @ Las Vegas Raiders (-2.5) As @TheBrysh has stated since the beginning of the season, The LV Raiders are more hype than substance. Denver QB Russell Wilson finally comes out of his shell to lead the Broncos to an UPSET 24-22.
Kansas City Chiefs (-1.0) @ Tampa Bay Buccaneers The Kansas City Chiefs are regarded as one of the top 3 teams in the AFC. This week, they cross paths with Tampa Bay, Bucc’s LB Shaq Barrett calls for an upset, I can go with that and backup an UPSET 33-29 Buccaneers.
MONDAY NIGHT GAME
LA Rams @ San Francisco 49’ers (-1.5) This is a repeat matchup of the NFC Title Game in January where the Rams earned a shot at the Super Bowl. This time the 49’ers control the Rams passing game to win 29-23.
Written by: Jack Cameron @TheBrysh