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NFL Week 4 schedule: 5 best games to watch this week

We take a look at the NFL Week 4 schedule, and pick out the top five games worth clicking into this weekend. Of course, Tom Brady is involved.

5. Baltimore Ravens at Denver Broncos

The Broncos are 3-0, but few people outside the Mile High City believes in them. Denver has beaten the New York Giants, Jacksonville Jaguars and New York Jets, who are a combined 0-9. Now the Ravens come to town, beaten up and fresh off a 66-yard field goal at the gun to beat the Detroit Lions. If Denver can beat the Ravens, it suddenly becomes a real threat in the AFC West. A loss, and the doubters will only grow louder.


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4. Carolina Panthers at Dallas Cowboys

Carolina has been incredibly impressive to this point in the season, winning all three of its tilts. Now, with 10 days to prepare for the Cowboys, the Panthers try to take down Dallas in its own building without the services of All-Pro running back Christian McCaffrey. Meanwhile, the Cowboys have been rolling with quarterback Dak Prescott playing inspired football, helping Dallas to 41 points on Monday night.

3. Seattle Seahawks at San Francisco 49ers

The first of two great NFC West games on the docket. Seattle is 1-2 and trying to snap a two-game losing streak while the Niners are coming off a brutal loss on Sunday night, where Mason Crosby kicked a 51-yard field goal on the final play of regulation to beat San Francisco. If the 49ers win, they move two games in front of the Seahawks with a head-to-head win in hand. Meanwhile, if the Seahawks are victorious, they’re ahead of San Francisco in the standings.


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2. Arizona Cardinals at Los Angeles Rams

A battle of the undefeated. The Rams welcome in the Cardinals, with most people around the league believing Los Angeles is the best team in football following a convincing win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers last weekend. In Arizona, the story has been about quarterback Kyler Murray and a rejuvenated defense leading the Cardinals to a trio of wins. If Murray and Co. go into SoFi Stadium and knock off the Rams, they’ll be seen as elite contenders.

1. Tampa Bay Buccaneers at New England Patriots

No need for a bunch of words here. The Patriots and Buccaneers are the matchup of the year, with Tom Brady returning to New England where he won six Super Bowls. It’s the biggest return in NFL history.

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