Some of the best teams in the NFL this season are playing in the late games of Week 4. Part 1 of the Week 4 preview goes over the games taking place early on Sunday, including the London game.

Denver Broncos at Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 4:05 ET Sunday

People are surprised by Denver's undefeated record with former seventh-round draft pick Trevor Siemian under center, but he's been one of the best quarterbacks in the NFL so far this season. He's even been better than Tampa Bay quarterback Jameis Winston, whose expectations were the exact opposite as a top overall draft pick.

Broncos 23, Buccaneers 20

Dallas Cowboys at San Francisco 49ers, 4:25 ET Sunday

Dallas is another team riding unexpectedly solid play from an unheralded quarterback in Dak Prescott, who will likely be missing top receiver Dez Bryant to injury this weekend. Ezekiel Elliot had a breakout game last week, going for 140 yards, and the 49ers have a suspect run defense.Cowboys 24, 49ers 21

Los Angeles Rams at Arizona Cardinals, 4:25 ET Sunday

Arizona's horrendous loss to Buffalo has some questioning whether quarterback Carson Palmer is finally facing his long-awaited decline. Hosting Los Angeles will be a good opportunity for him to prove the critics wrong.

Cardinals 25, Rams 17

New Orleans Saints at San Diego Chargers, 4:25 ET Sunday

Quarterback Drew Brees is going to be remembered as one of the best signal-callers in NFL history, but the Chargers cast him aside long ago, one of the more regrettable mistakes in franchise history (and from a team that once drafted Ryan Leaf).

The Chargers have lost several top players to injury, so the opportunity is ripe for New Orleans to pick up their first win.Saints 34, Chargers 20

Kansas City Chiefs at Pittsburgh Steelers, 8:30 ET Sunday

Kansas City received some surprising news when running back Jamaal Charles was cleared to return to play, although he shouldn't receive a heavy workload while returning to the field.

Pittsburgh has ample motivation to wash the taste out of their mouth from an embarrassing blowout at the hands of the Eagles.Steelers 27, Chiefs 20

New York Giants at Minnesota Vikings, 8:30 ET Monday

The Vikings have the worst running game in Football due to the absence of Adrian Peterson, yet keep winning. Their new home turf can get loud and they'll use that to their advantage against a Giants team dealing with some in-house problems with receiver Odell Beckham Jr. Vikings 26, Giants 17

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