Five unbeatens (four in action) and four winless teams remain in the NFL -- will any of those streaks be broken in Week 4? The early slate of games may hold some answers.

Miami Dolphins at Cincinnati Bengals, 8:25 ET Thursday

A 1-2 start is not ideal for the Bengals, who are in a loaded AFC North with the Steelers and Ravens. With Miami lacking a clear identity or running game, however, Thursday night should be a get-right game for the Bengals, who get linebacker Vontaze Burfict back from suspension. I have Cincinnati going in survivor pools this week.

Bengals 27, Dolphins 10

Indianapolis Colts at Jacksonville Jaguars, 9:30 AM ET Sunday

This isn't really a home game for Jacksonville, since it's the first of three London games this season. Play is typically a little lethargic following the journey across the pond, and a coach sometimes gets fired on the way back: Chuck Pagano, you're up!Jaguars 23, Colts 20

Carolina Panthers at Atlanta Falcons, 1:00 ET Sunday

If Cam Newton can't get it together this week, the Panthers may face an insurmountable deficit within the NFC South. There's no Jonathan Stewart in the running game, but Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones is also gimpy with an ongoing injury.

Panthers 24, Falcons 21

Buffalo Bills at New England Patriots, 1:00 ET Sunday

Even the most optimistic of Patriots fans wouldn't have believed the team would go 4-0 in Tom Brady's absence. Well here they are, one game away from accomplishing the feat. It's unclear if Jimmy Garoppolo or Jacoby Brissett will be good to start at quarterback, but it doesn't matter because the Pats don't lose to Buffalo at home.

Patriots 30, Bills 13

Detroit Lions at Chicago Bears, 1:00 ET Sunday

Jay Cutler isn't expected to play for the Bears, giving Brian Hoyer another start at quarterback. The Lions' passing game is on fire and wide receiver Marvin Jonesis currently on pace to break Calvin Johnson's single-season receiving yards record.

Lions 31, Bears 16

Cleveland Browns at Washington, 1:00 ET Sunday

The game between Robert Griffin III's two NFL employers won't feature the injured quarterback. It also won't feature Browns receiver Josh Gordon, who was still a week away from reinstatement when he decided to enter rehab and excuse himself from the team.Washington 26, Browns 7

Tennessee Titans at Houston Texans, 1:00 ET Sunday

Losing J.J. Watt, who was placed on injured reserve, should be a crushing blow for the Texans. But the lineman wasn't performing up to expectations, likely due to his back injury, and the team had been fine in his absence. Expect that to continue as Jadaveon Clowney tries to live up to his top overall draft selection.

Texans 17, Titans 13

Oakland Raiders at Baltimore Ravens, 1:00 ET Sunday

Baltimore is one of the more surprising unbeaten teams remaining and haven't won in impressive fashion, keeping every game close. The Raiders are a better team, but Baltimore being at home is the deciding factor in this one.Ravens 20, Raiders 19

Seattle Seahawks at New York Jets, 1:00 ET Sunday

This game has the makings of a surprising upset. Seahawks QB Russell Wilson isn't healthy and should be sat for this week, while the Jets have a lot to prove after an embarrassing eight turnover performance in Kansas City.Jets 23, Seahawks 21

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