Jay Cutler will start on Sunday.
Recent history shows it's not so easy for unbeaten teams to reach 4-0. Aaron Rodgers is playing lights out, but it's a different story when he's on the road.
Let's be honest: Week 4 isn't the sexiest slate of NFL matchups this season, but with the Jets and Dolphins kicking off at 9:30 a.m. ET -- you can binge for some 15 hours plus.
Andrew Luck has a chance at an interception record, the Bears are on a record losing streak, Drew Brees can join the 400 touchdown club, and more.
The Raiders have some nice pieces on their roster right now and might very well be a dangerous team for 2015 and beyond.
Who wins in Week 4 in the NFL? Pete Prisco makes his picks for all the games.
We're heading into Week 4 and we've already seen two preseason playoff favorites -- the Cowboys and the Steelers -- lose their franchise quarterbacks.
Week 3 gave us some very real separation in terms of the worst teams in the NFL. No longer are we restricted to just focusing on 0-3 teams. There are just four of them remaining, and we need five teams.
The Bears offense has a problem: Starting quarterback Jay Cutler is injured and backup quarterback Jimmy Clausen stinks.
The Cardinals might very well be the top team in the NFL. That plus more takeaways from the week that was in Sorting the Sunday Pile.

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