NFL Confidence Pool Picks Week 4
We’re going into Week 4 of the NFL season. Every week I will provide you with my favorite to least favorite games according to how confident I am in the outcome straight up. Remember, all picks will be picked without using the spread. I look forward to giving you the best chance to win your NFL Confidence pool each week and throughout the entirety of the 2020-21 season.
As the years have gone on, Confidence Pools have become very popular. If you’re unfamiliar with confidence pools, here's a rundown of the concept. Each week you will pick every game and the team you believe will win that game straight up. It’s always good to sprinkle in some underdogs that are adding points to their score! Let’s defeat your entire pool!
Week 1 Confidence List (Most Confidence to Least Confidence)
Seahawks vs Dolphins: The Dolphins started off their last game against the Jaguars with three straight touchdowns. That might be reversed, and the Seahawks might get three in a row. Take the Seahawks.
Ravens vs Football Team: How many times have the Ravens lost two in a row? Now they’ll take on a Football Team offense that has struggled to do much scoring. Take the Ravens.
Giants vs Rams: The Rams will win this game by plenty of points. This Rams offense is clicking, and the defense has plenty of star power to get in the way of Daniel Jones. Take them Rams.
Chargers vs Buccaneers: The Bucs have done a great job getting turnovers, and now they’ll face Justin Herbert for his third career start. Turnover central for the Bucs. Take the Buccaneers.
Colts vs Bears: The Bears have turned to Nick Foles at quarterback. Nobody knows what to expect, but we’ve seen a confident and comfortable Colts team under Philip Rivers. The defense has been getting plenty of turnovers and will likely force Foles into mistakes. Take the Colts.
Cardinals vs Panthers: The Panthers won’t have the defense to stop Kyler Murray. He made plenty of mistakes against the Lions. He’ll regroup and look crisp in this one. Take the Cardinals.
Bills vs Raiders: The Raiders offense struggled against that Patriots defense. The Bills are just as good defensively, minus that Rams game. Plus, the Bills have an effective offense for the first time in a long time. Enjoy it. Take the Bills.
Browns vs Cowboys: You can expect a high-scoring game in this one. But in no way would I trust Baker Mayfield in a shootout game. The Browns will want to run but when they’re down, they’ll have no choice but to throw. Take the Cowboys.
Falcons vs Packers: If you like offense, this is the game for you. However, the Falcons defense has been terrible, while the Packers defense has done enough. The Packers can likely get ahead by a couple possessions with the better defense. Take the Packers.
Saints vs Lions: The Saints have looked awful in their last two games, while the Lions were able to get their upset win over the Cardinals. Jeff Okudah is back. However, could you imagine the Saints down 1-3 on the season? Not me. Take the Saints.
Broncos vs Jets: How can you be remotely confident in either one of these teams? The Jets have a reliable quarterback, while the Broncos don’t. Take the Jets.
Jaguars vs Bengals: The Jaguars and Bengals have offenses that can produce with defenses that have struggled the season. There’s inconsistency with the Jaguars, and Joe Burrow is throwing for 300 yards weekly at this point. Take the Bengals.
Vikings vs Texans: Both defenses have been brutal to start the season, but the one thing the Vikings have done well is the run game. They ran it well offensively but prevented it defensively. The Texans have not. Dalvin Cook should have a day. Take the Vikings.
Eagles vs 49ers: Carson Wentz has thrown six interceptions this season. The 49ers are injured and beaten down, but the one area that hasn’t struggled has been the 49ers secondary, even without Richard Sherman. Take the 49ers.
Patriots vs Chiefs: The Patriots are getting a bit of disrespect here. The offense hasn’t been incredible, but they’re running the ball very well. The Chiefs aren’t the best run defense, and the Patriots have a solid defense that can limit production by the Chiefs. Take the Patriots.
Titans vs Steelers: If the Titans can’t prepare for this game until Saturday, there’s no way I’ll take the Titans here. Take the Steelers.
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