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NFL Week 4

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Brian Navarro, Reporter

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The NFL continues, with week 4 now in the books we will revise, and reflect on the buzz of last weeks action around the league. Week 4 was filled with some upsets and even several unpredictable victories.

The Green Bay Packers hosted the Bears in an upset 35-14 Green Bay on top. The Saints went into Miami to sweep the Dolphins 20-0. The Buffalo Bills defeated the hot team the Atlanta Falcons in their own stadium with a final score of 23-17. The Steelers traveled to Baltimore to beat the Ravens 26-9.

The Lions played the Minnesota Vikings in a divisional matchup with an outcome score of 14-7, Lions taking the win. The Los Angeles Rams continue to shock the league with their excellence as they take down the Cowboys in Dallas with a score of 35-30. The Titans were malnourished

by the Texans in Texas with a lopsided score of 57-14. The Bengals came off an easy win to the struggling Browns, that game ended 31-7.

The Jaguars headed to the big apple in a close matchup between the Jets, New York just pulled away winning 23-20. This followed by another close combat game between the Panthers and the Super Bowl defending champions the Patriots, Panthers won this one 33-30. The L.A. Chargers continue their stagnant struggles as they lose 26-24 to the Philadelphia Eagles. The New York Giants fall short of a win to the Buccaneers, losing 23-25.

The 49rs headed to Arizona in a close matchup against the Cardinals, resulting as a 15-18 win for the Birds. Raiders went into Colorado as a hot team and lost to the Denver Broncos in a low score affair of 10-16. Indianapolis Colts continue fighting for another win but the Seahawks came strong with a final score of 46-18 Seattle on top. Finally, the undefeated Chiefs continue their journey to the playoffs as they take down the Redskins 29-20.


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