NFL Week Four picks 2014

By Nick Veronica

The Buffalo Bills have $7 million against their salary cap this year in money going to Ryan Fitzpatrck. EJ Manuel, by comparison, makes about $800,000 on his rookie contract and has a signing bonus of about $1.2 million, for a cap hit of just over $2 million.

So who do you have Sunday, the expensive quarterback or the cheap one?

Even if they won’t admit it, this game against their former quarterback is huge for Manuel and the Bills. They can’t afford to lay a dud.

IAGSROUNDBills +3 at Houston — Bills

Oakland +4 at Miami — Oakland

Green Bay -1.5 at Chicago — Chicago

Tennessee +7.5 at Indianapolis — Indianapolis

Carolina +3.5 at Baltimore — Baltimore

Detroit -1.5 at Jets — Detroit

Tampa +7.5 at Pittsburgh — Pittsburgh

Jacksonville +13 at San Diego — San Diego

Philadelphia +5.5 at San Francisco — Philadelphia

Atlanta -3 at Minnesota — Atlanta

New Orleans -3 at Dallas — Dallas

New England -3.5 at Kansas City — New England

Standings

DiCesare 25-19-1 (2-1)
Gaughan 24-20-1 (2-1)
Skurski 24-20-1 (2-1)
Graham 21-23-1 (2-0-1)
Northrop 21-23-1 (1-2)
Sullivan 19-25-1 (3-0)
IAGS 18-26-1 (1-2)

Last week

San Diego +2 at Buffalo — San Diego
Chargers 22-10. Win.

Dallas -1 at St. Louis — Dallas
Cowboys 34-31. Win.

Washington +6.5 at Philadelphia — Washington
Eagles 37-34. Win.

Houston -2.5 at Giants — Houston
Giants 30-17. Loss.

Minnesota +10.5 at New Orleans — Minnesota
Saints 20-9. Loss.

Tennessee +7 at Cincinnati — Tennessee
Bengals 33-7. Loss.

Baltimore -1.5 at Cleveland — Cleveland
Ravens 23-21. Loss.

Green Bay +2 at Detroit — Green Bay*
Lions 19-7. Loss.

Indianapolis -7 at Jacksonville — Indianapolis
Colts 44-17. Win.

Oakland +14 at New England — Oakland
Patriots 16-9. Win.

San Francisco -3 at Arizona — San Francisco
Cardinals 23-14. Loss.

Denver +5 at Seattle — Denver
Seattle 26-20. Loss.

Kansas City +4.5 at Miami — Miami
Chiefs 34-15. Loss.

Pittsburgh +3.5 at Carolina — Pittsburgh
Steelers 37-19. Win.

Chicago +2.5 at Jets — Chicago
Bears 27-19. Win.

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