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Week 4 NFL Picks: Can The Denver Broncos Upset The Green Bay Packers?

There are three undefeated teams remaining in the NFL. How many will be standing on Sunday night?

It's Week 4 of the NFL season and there are three undefeated teams left: the Buffalo Bills, the Detroit Lions and the Green Bay Packers. The Green Bay Packers appear to have the easiest match-up, as they are at home against the Denver Broncos. The Bills and the Lions are both on the road; however, the Bills are actually favored by a field goal against the Bengals. How will things play out?

Carolina Panthers vs. Chicago Bears (-7): Cam Newton picked up his first win with a home victory against the Jaguars last week. Can he get his first road victory against Jay Cutler and Julius Peppers? Bears

Buffalo Bills vs. Cincinnati Bengals (+3): The Bills overcame the Patriots late in last week's game, proving that they are a legitimate threat this season. Bills

Tennessee Titans vs. Cleveland Browns (-2): Peyton Hillis should be back this week after a bout with strep throat. They need to pound the ball with him to win. But so do the Titans with Chris Johnson. Whichever one has the better game will likely help their team to a victory. Browns

Detroit Lions vs. Dallas Cowboys (-3): The Matthew Stafford-Calvin Johnson Connection or Tony "My Lung Heals Quickly" Romo? Lions

Pittsburgh Steelers vs. Houston Texans (-3): Houston's loss to the Saints was a bump on the road. This one should be a close one that does come down to a field goal, but will final score be a field goal difference? Texans

New Orleans Saints vs. Jacksonville Jaguars (+6): The Jaguars have one of the top defenses in the league; Saints quarterback Drew Brees could certainly end that. Saints

Minnesota Vikings vs. Kansas City Chiefs (-3): Wouldn't it be something if these 0-3 teams played to a tie at overtime? Vikings

San Francisco 49ers vs. Philadelphia Eagles (-7): The Eagles haven't been all that was expected, and Michael Vick has been knocked around the last couple of weeks. Still, this is the team's to lose. Eagles

Washington Redskins vs. St. Louis Rams (+1.5): The Rams are the home team, but they have looked anything but good this week. The Ravens destroyed them last week. It'll be closer this week, but 0-4 seems likely. Redskins

New York Giants vs. Arizona Cardinals (+3): Kevin Kolb faces a team he has been familiar with in years past, but can he avoid costly interceptions, like the one that ended any chance of defeating the Seahawks last weekend? Giants

Atlanta Falcons vs. Seattle Seahawks (+3.5): The Falcons are certainly a surprising 1-2 team, but the Seahawks aren't. Falcons

Denver Broncos vs. Green Bay Packers (-13): Champ Bailey and Elvis Dumervil are supposed to be back this week, solidifying the Broncos' defense. However, they may need some time to get back into things after missing the last two things. Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers is ready to exploit the Broncos. Packers in a straight pick'em, Broncos when playing the line

New England Patriots vs. Oakland Raiders (+4): The Raiders might be the best team in the AFC West right now, but Tom Brady and the Patriots will be out to make up for the loss to the Bills. Patriots

Miami Dolphins vs. San Diego Chargers (-9): The Chargers had a close call with the Chiefs last week, but they'll be ready to take care of this winless Dolphins team. Chargers

New York Jets vs. Baltimore Ravens (-3.5): The Jets are in the middle of a three-game road trip. Watch this to be the road victory, not the following week's against the Patriots. Jets

Indianapolis Colts vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers (-10): The Colts played it close with the Steelers last week--even with Curtis Painter coming in for Kerry Collins. They won't be that lucky this week. Buccaneers

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