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Week 4 NFL picks

Falcons over 49ers -- I keep hoping the Niners will get back on track, but I'll have to wait at least one more week for that.

Jets over Bills -- The Bills seemed competitive against the Pats, but they still don't know which way is up.

Bengals over Browns -- The Battle of Ohio will be a good game to watch. The Bengals have too much offense.

Packers over Lions -- Let's keep it simple: It's Detroit.

Titans over Broncos -- This is a good matchup, but Chris Johnson is back on track. He's the ANSWER.

Seahawks over Rams -- The Seahawks have been a surprise team this season; they continue to roll.

Saints over Panthers -- The Bayou Boys will bounce back; the Panthers are trying to find themselves. Their search continues.

Ravens over Steelers -- The Steel City Kids can't slide past this defense with a fourth-string quarterback. The magical run without Big Ben ends this week.

Colts over Jaguars -- This will also be a good game to watch; the Jags are better than people think.

Texans over Raiders The Texans are dealing with Andre Johnson's injured ankle, which makes this a more difficult pick. But still, it's the Raiders.

Cardinals over Chargers -- This year's Chargers don't look like the Super Bowl contender from last year. Arizona hasn't looked very good either, but I give the Cards the advantage.

Eagles over Redskins -- I love my Skins, but this team has not shown that they are comfortable in the new defensive scheme. Donovan McNabb and Santana Moss can't win it by themselves.

Patriots over Dolphins -- Great matchup. I almost want to choose Miami. The Pats' defense has been disappointing, but they have enough to help Brady and Co.

Bears over Giants -- The Monsters of the Midway are on fire and the G-men are ice cold. Bears roll in this one.

Survivor: Seahawks. This is a risky pick, but I like to earn my survivor picks.

Byes: Cowboys, Chiefs, Vikings, Bucs

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By LaVar Arrington  | September 30, 2010; 11:24 AM ET
 
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Comments

Titans over Broncos -- This is a good matchup, but Chris Henry is back on track. He's the ANSWER.
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How about "Chris Johnson" is back on track?? Chris Henry is no longer with us.

Posted by: mrlowery1 | September 30, 2010 12:04 PM | Report abuse

Titans over Broncos -- This is a good matchup, but Chris Henry is back on track. He's the ANSWER.
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How about "Chris Johnson" is back on track?? Chris Henry is no longer with us.

Posted by: mrlowery1 | September 30, 2010 12:04 PM | Report abuse

This confused the heck out of me too....

Posted by: 15600_sknfan | September 30, 2010 1:01 PM | Report abuse

This just in from the AP wire- Resdskins offer to play Spigarn on Thanksgiving day at RFK stadium for city bragging rights. Wow, after Philly let's the dogs out today and then the Pack B-slaps them, then gomer Manning puts up 45, it will be "turn out the lights, the party's over".. we are getting what we deserve with this godless weasel snyder at the helm.

Posted by: doyouktt | October 3, 2010 8:09 AM | Report abuse

Wow LaVar, you were wrong on every one of these except the Packers and Ravens games, and they both barely even won those!

Let's tighten it up a little before we start relying on your picks.

Posted by: Burgundy_Blood | October 4, 2010 9:56 AM | Report abuse

Lavars expert analysis once again spot on, nice job being completely wrong once again! It is painful to listen to him butcher the english language, make fun of fans, and then bash the team..and claim to be an expert. Thank you D Snyder for teaching him a lesson, too bad he still doesnt get it.

Posted by: cm88 | October 4, 2010 11:14 AM | Report abuse

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