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2022 NFL Week 4 Fixtures – The International Games Begin

2022 NFL Week 4 Fixtures – The International Games Begin

Week four commences with a huge AFC matchup and also features the first international game which is at Tottenham Hotspurs stadium. Anyway here are the week’s fixtures, starting with…

Thursday Nights Game

Are the Dolphins good or just lucky? Could be a bit of both. Still, a win in Ohio would probably indicate the former. The Bengals are suffering a bit of a Super Bowl Hang Over but they did get back to winning ways last week and both their losses have been by a field goal. We expect another close game.

Miami @ Cincinnati 


Bengals 24 Dolphins 21

London Game

Minnesota @ New Orleans

The Vikings will have happy memories of London given they won on their previous visit back in 2013. The Saints similarly have a good record in the Capital so we are expecting a few points. With Jamies Winston reverting to his old self there may be a few interceptions too!


Vikings 27  New Orleans 20

Sunday Early Games

There are a couple of standout games to enjoy after your early start with the London Game headed by Buffalo’s trip to Baltimore. Both have lost close ones against Miami and with head-to-head and common games being important down the line neither can really afford to lose. The other also features two top young QBS and both are coming off of good wins. The Eagles are 3-0 and a win over the surging Jags would be a big statement.

We will also be keeping an eye on the Cowboys to see if Cooper Rush can make it three from three. We thought they might struggle when Dak got injured, however, that has not been the case.


Cleveland @ Atlanta

Browns 28 Falcons 24

Washington @ Dallas

Cowboys 21 Commanders 17

Seattle @ Detroit

Lions 20 Seahawks 14

Tennessee @ Indianapolis

Colts 21 Titans 20

Chicago @ NY Giants

Giants 16 Bears 10

Jacksonville @ Philadelphia

Eagles 30 Jags 27

NY Jets @ Pittsburgh

Steelers 21 Jets 16

Buffalo @ Baltimore

Bills 33 Ravens 27

LA Chargers @ Houston

Chargers 28 Texans 14

Sunday Late Games

Three decent games here headed by an important AFC West clash which could pretty much end the Raiders’ season. It is hard to see them coming back from 0-4 in this company and although their three losses have been close there are no points for nearly.

Green bay v Newengland may not have the same connotations as old but it is still intriguing. The Packer’s offence is still not clicking, however with three games under their belt the rookies might just be ready to break out. This is the one we will be watching.

The Cardinals have had a tough opening stretch but have played well enough to suggest that they will be challenging for a playoff place this year. They should be too good for the Panthers.


Arizona @ Carolina

Cardinals 27 Panthers 14

New England @ Green Bay

Packers 20 Patriots 13

Denver @ LV Raiders

Broncos 22 Raiders 20

Sunday Night Game

Tom Brady

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The night game is a repeat of the 2021 Super Bowl and it is even being played in the same stadium. The Buccs won that one with ease but this one should be a lot closer. It is also one that should be worth sitting up for, despite last weeks Buccs v Packers not living up to its billing. Both are coming off of narrow losses and thus will be keen to get back to winning ways. Tampa will have Mike Evans back from suspension, which is important given their injury list.

Kansas City doesn’t have the same issues and seemed until last week anyway to have taken the loss of Tyreek Hill in their stride. Last week they lost because they couldn’t get their ground game going and they will find that even harder against the Buccs’ solid front. This could go the way of the Buccs again but it should be a lot more competitive.


Kansas City @ Tampa Bay

Buccs 21 Chiefs 17

Monday Night Football

A nice NFC West clash and one that neither will want to lose given the West looks deep again. The Rams had a solid divisional win last week and taking this one would put them in a strong position even at this early stage. The 49ers turned the ball over three times last week and still only lost by a point. This one should be close.


LA Rams @ San Francisco

Rams 17 49ers 14

So there we have it a quick overview of the week Four games, and if our predictions are right there will only be one team left with a 100% record!

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