NFL Week 4 schedule, TV news for all 16 NFL Week 4 games
Week 4 of the 2021 NFL season has arrived and features some massive games.
The Jacksonville Jaguars and Cincinnati Bengals kick off Thursday Night Football on September 30.
The Seattle Seahawks vs San Francisco 49ers, Arizona Cardinals vs Los Angeles Rams, Baltimore Ravens vs Denver Broncos and Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs New England Patriots play part of the many intriguing matches on Sunday 3 October.
The Las Vegas Raiders and Los Angeles Chargers end the week on Monday Night Football on October 4.
Check out the full NFL Week 4 schedule for the 2021 season below. Every hour MST.
Thursday night football
Jacksonville Jaguars at Cincinnati Bengals, 5:20 p.m., NFL Network
The Bengals have an impressive 2-1 this season and have a good chance of going 3-1 at home against a struggling Jaguars side.
The first Sunday matches
Tennessee Titans at New York Jets, 10 a.m., CBS
It wasn’t the smoothest start of his NFL career for quarterback Zach Wilson. Can he start turning the tide against the Titans?
Kansas City Chiefs vs. Philadelphia Eagles, 10 a.m., CBS
The Chiefs are a 1-2 surprise this season, but no one in Kansas City is panicking just yet. Who would have thought they would be last in the AFC West in three games?
Carolina Panthers at Dallas Cowboys, 10 a.m., Fox
Can the Panthers go 4-0 this season. An efficient Sam Darnold and strong defense were the keys to Carolina’s strong start.
New York Giants at New Orleans Saints, 10 a.m., Fox
The Saints have had their ups and downs so far this season as the Giants haven’t won. Can Daniel Jones and company win on the road to end their slippage?
Cleveland Browns vs. Minnesota Vikings, 10 a.m., CBS
The Vikings beat the Seahawks without Dalvin Cook, but face a very tough test against a 2-1 Browns team.
Detroit Lions vs. Chicago Bears, 10 a.m., Fox
Both of these teams have had a very tough start to the season, but nothing seems to be more difficult than how the Lions lost to the Ravens in Week 3.
Houston Texans at Buffalo Bills, 10 a.m., CBS
The Bills click after their loss in Week 1 and shouldn’t have a problem with the Texans no matter who’s under the Houston center.
Indianapolis Colts vs. Miami Dolphins, 10 a.m., CBS
Both of these teams have had less than impressive starts, but the two stand a good chance of starting to turn the tide against each other.
Washington Football Team at the Atlanta Falcons, 10 a.m., Fox
Two 1-2 teams go head to head in a battle to reach 0.500. Which team will make the most of their luck in week 4?
Sunday late matches
Seattle Seahawks vs. San Francisco 49ers, 1:05 p.m., Fox
The Seahawks are suddenly 1-2 overall and are in desperate need of a win to avoid falling further into NFC West. A win over the 49ers would put both teams at 2-2.
Arizona Cardinals at the Los Angeles Rams, 1:05 a.m., Fox
Two 3-0 teams go head to head for bragging rights early in NFC West and possibly the whole of NFC. The Cardinals will have to play better than they did in Jacksonville to stand a chance.
Pittsburgh Steelers at Green Bay Packers, 1:25 p.m., CBS
Ben Roethlisberger hasn’t looked like himself this season, while Aaron Rodgers is back doing things like Aaron Rodgers.
Baltimore Ravens at Denver Broncos, 1:25 p.m., CBS
The Ravens kind of beat the Lions last week on a record placement from Justin Tucker. The Broncos are undefeated but face a tougher test against Baltimore.
Sunday night football
Tampa Bay Buccaneers vs. New England Patriots, 5:20 p.m., NBC
Tom Brady returns to New England in a highly anticipated Sunday Night Football showdown. Can Mac Jones keep the Patriots in the game?
Monday night football
Las Vegas Raiders vs. Los Angeles Chargers, 5:15 p.m., ESPN
This game is suddenly very interesting after the Chargers win over the Chiefs in Week 3. Las Vegas were very impressive in their 3-0 start.
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