3 NFL Week 4 games fans should circle on their calendar

NFL Week 4, Jalen Hurts, Philadelphia Eagles - Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images
NFL Week 4, Jalen Hurts, Philadelphia Eagles - Photo by Mitchell Leff/Getty Images /
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A handful of close games sent franchises back to the drawing board in week three. Which games should fans circle on the exciting week four calendar? The game clock did not provide enough time for a slew of teams to complete a comeback last week. Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills were seconds away from attempting a game-winning field goal but failed to set up quick enough. A missed two-point conversation closed the door on a Raiders rally.

Opportunities to snatch a victory presented themselves for other franchises. An upset at SoFi Stadium sent the jaguars back home with smiling faces. In Miami, Tua Tagovailoa led the Dolphins to victory against the Bills, 21-19. While franchises shake off a wild weekend of events, spectators at home await upcoming matchups. Here are a few games that are worth tuning into.

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NFL Week 4 Game #3: Buffalo Bills (2-1) @ Baltimore Ravens (2-1), Sunday 1:00pm

A decision to let Lamar Jackson enter this season without a new deal has caused a fire in Baltimore. No. 8’s explosive play continues to result in more wins for John Harbaugh’s squad – but something is different. Jackson looks hungrier, and his appetite has mauled opponents this season.

Motivation to prove doubters wrong has improved Lamar’s stat line. His 10 touchdowns rank first in the league – showing improvement in the aerial attack. Chemistry with his sophomore receiver has helped Baltimore maintain balance on offense. Rashod Bateman’s 226 yards receiving are second on the team. Rushing totals are also on the rise. His 243 yards already make up a third of his total from last season.

Sean McDermott’s squad will come prepared for everything this week. An embarrassing loss to the Miami Dolphins has given the Bills something to prove. Josh Allen and the offense looked impressive despite the loss. His 400 passing yards and two touchdowns came without a turnover but weren’t enough to get a victory.