ESPN Crikey – ESPN’s Mike Rodak preview the slate of games for Week 4 of the NFL season.
Week 4 starts in the United States with the Pittsburgh Steelers at the New England Patriots on Sunday at noon ET.
The Pittsburgh Steelers are looking to rebound from a 3-3 start to the season and are looking for a win in their final game of the season against the New York Jets on Sunday night.
Week 3 of the 2016 NFL season has the New Orleans Saints and New England Pats on the road.
The Saints are coming off their third straight loss to the Denver Broncos and are 1-3 this season.
The Pats are currently looking to bounce back after a 1-5 start to their season.
The New York Giants are looking at a trip to Minnesota.
The Giants are 1 of 14 teams to have scored more than 30 points against the Vikings this season, and have only allowed two touchdowns on the season.
They are also 1 of 5 teams to allow more than 200 yards of offense.
The Pittsburgh Steelers will be looking to continue their dominance against the defending Super Bowl champions, the New New England Jets, who are currently 2-1.
The Jets are 2-2 this season and have now allowed a total of four touchdown passes and five interceptions.
The Miami Dolphins are coming into Week 4 with an impressive 10-2 record against teams that currently hold a playoff spot.
The Dolphins have only lost once this season to a divisional opponent, but are coming out of their bye week after facing the Pittsburgh Patriots on Monday night.
The Green Bay Packers are 3-2 against teams currently in the NFC playoff picture.
The Packers are currently 4-1 in games that they have not played, but have lost to teams that have.
They also have a 2-3 record against division rivals, but were 4-0 in games against the Atlanta Falcons and Dallas Cowboys.
The Atlanta Falcons are 2 of 3 teams to win three games this season in the playoffs.
The Falcons have a 7-3 overall record against the NFC and are currently sitting atop of the NFC East with a 7.5-point advantage.
The Minnesota Vikings are coming back from their bye following their first loss of the year to the Atlanta Braves.
The Vikings have only given up five total points against teams in the divisional standings this season while also allowing six total touchdowns.
The Denver Broncos are 4-3 against divisional opponents.
They have allowed one touchdown and one interception on the year.
The Broncos are currently tied with the Minnesota Vikings for the sixth-most points allowed against division foes.
The San Francisco 49ers are looking forward to the opportunity to return to the Super Bowl for the second time in franchise history.
They were eliminated in the wild-card round last year after going 3-13.
They will look to make a statement after winning back-to-back division titles in 2016 and 2017.
The Washington Redskins are looking back at a disappointing season that ended with them finishing in last place.
The Redskins have been 1-8 this season with their last two losses coming by a combined score of 22-14 to the Philadelphia Eagles and 20-20 to the Pittsburgh Penguins.
The team is currently 5-2 in games played at FedEx Field.
The Dallas Cowboys are 0-7 this season but have won eight consecutive games.
They won’t be able to get back on track until they host the Minnesota Viking in Week 5.
The Philadelphia Eagles are looking ahead to their final regular season game of their 2017 campaign.
The Eagles are 1st in the NFL with an average of 15.5 points per game, and they are also ranked 1st by Football Outsiders.
The Philadelphia Eagles will look for their third consecutive win in Week 4 as they host Arizona Cardinals on Sunday.