Posted on September 24, 2019
By Annalece Anhalt-Slaughter
This week, it became clear that the fans like to favor the home team, and they probably shouldn’t based on how everything shook out during NFL Week 3. This week the fans went 9-7, bringing their season record to 30-16-2. Now for a breakdown of each pick – bold indicates the winner of the game, italics indicate who the fans selected.
- Tennessee Titans vs. Jacksonville Jaguars
- Miami Dolphins vs. Dallas Cowboys
- Cincinnati Bengals vs. Buffalo Bills
- Detroit Lions vs. Philadelphia Eagles
- New York Jets vs. New England Patriots
- Atlanta Falcons vs. Indianapolis Colts
- Oakland Raiders vs. Minnesota Vikings
- Baltimore Ravens vs. Kansas City Chiefs
- Denver Broncos vs. Green Bay Packers
- Carolina Panthers vs. Arizona Cardinals
- New York Giants vs. Tampa Bay Buccaneers
- New Orleans Saints vs. Seattle Seahawks
- Houston Texans vs. Los Angeles Chargers
- Pittsburgh Steelers vs. San Francisco 49ers
- Los Angeles Rams vs. Cleveland Browns
- Chicago Bears vs. Washington Redskins
Fans – we hope you do a little more research before making your picks for NFL Week 4 tomorrow on Twitter! We don’t know how much the below clips will help you with making your picks, but at the very least you’ll be entertained! Here are a few highlights from the Week 3 action:
- Football, on occasion, helps people show their worst sides. It’s just one of those facts of life that even the Dean of Admissions and Penn can’t deny. Shout out to the camera crew who caught Eric J. Furda getting a little expressive during the Eagles-Lions game.
- That moment when Patrick Mahomes remembered he’s still under his rookie contract and probably shouldn’t risk an injury.
- The Washington Redskins know all about finding creative solutions to problems – just not on the field. That area is still a total mess for them.
- Khalil Mack continues to show us why 1) he is worth every penny, 2) we should be afraid of going against him in a fight and 3) to have a good medical team on standby after playing the Bears.
- Yesterday we shared our favorite instance of shade being thrown at a football player when a Philadelphia local not only saved children from a burning building, but called out Nelson Agholor’s poor performance in his news interview. Algholor, who is currently 18 of 28 this season on receptions, has since invited the local hero to a game.
Thank you for being a hero in the community, would like to invite you and your family to the next home game— Nelson Agholor (@nelsonagholor) September 24, 2019
Twitter help me out and get me in touch with him https://t.co/uqML3eJ0QT