Every week we sit down with BetAmerica Extra columnists Ashley Anderson, James Scully and Scott Shapiro to discuss the latest news from around the NFL. This week they weigh in on whether the NFL should drop Thursday night games, Dwayne Haskins' inauspicious debut and Mitch Trubisky's five-year plan.
Week 4 of the NFL is where teams begin to separate themselves. The Sunday afternoon games feature a pair of division clashes, as the Seahawks travel to the Cardinals, and Minnesota and Chicago square off in a very important rivalry game. The Bucs will visit the Rams, fresh off their embarrassing loss, and the Jaguars will look to get back to .500 when they visit the Broncos. We have previews of all of the late afternoon games for you, along with some free picks for you to consider.
Two of the better squads in the NFC, the Dallas Cowboys and the New Orleans Saints, will do battle at the Superdome on Sunday night. Teddy Bridgewater and company were able to upset the Seahawks in Seattle last Sunday, but Dallas has been pegged as a slight road favorite by oddsmakers for good reason.
Join BetAmerica Extra columnist Zack Rhodes as he fearlessly slices and dices all 32 teams and ranks them in order according to their Week 3 performance and Week 4 outlook.
#11 Michigan visits Camp Randall to take on #13 Wisconsin in one of the marquee matchups of the weekend. We have odds and a pick for that eagerly anticipated game, as well as four more games featuring top Big Ten teams.
The Oklahoma State Cowboys visit #12 Texas this Saturday in a highly-anticipated showdown between two of the best offenses in college football. We have you covered with a preview and prediction for that game along with three more.
A pair of top contenders square off this Saturday at Kyle Field as #8 Auburn clashes with #17 Texas A&M. We have odds and a prediction for that eagerly anticipated game as well as four more matchups featuring SEC teams.
Things are moving along smoothly in Death Valley, and with a remaining schedule that looks quite easy, there aren't any signs the Tigers will slow down. As Clemson enters Week 4 they find themselves 41.5 point favorites against Charlotte.