Turn On The Jets Week 4 NFL Picks

The Turn On The Jets Staff gives their week 4 NFL Picks

The Turn On The Jets staff gives their picks for week 3 in the NFL. At the end of the year first place will receive a free steak at Peter Luger’s. Second place? A set of steak knives. Third Prize? You’re fired.

Current Standings

  1. Dalbin Osorio (25-21)
  2. Connor Rogers (24-22)
  3. Cole Patterson (22-24)
  4. Mike O’Connor (22-24)
  5. Joe Caporoso (20-26)
  6. Dan Marcus (19-27)
  7. Mike Donnelly (17-29)
  8. Mike Nolan (14-32)

Joe Caporoso

  • BAL (-3) over BUF
  • CIN (-4) over CLE
  • CHI (+4) over DET
  • KC (-4) over NYG
  • PIT (-3) over MIN
  • ARZ (+2.5) over TB
  • IND (-8) over JAK
  • SEA (-2.5) over HOU
  • NYJ (+3.5) over TEN
  • DEN (-10;5) over PHI
  • WAS (-3) over OAK
  • SD (+2) over DAL
  • NE (+2) over ATL
  • NO (-6.5) over MIA

Dalbin Osorio

  • BAL (-3) over BUF
  • CIN (-4) over CLE
  • CHI (+4) over DET
  • KC (-4) over NYG
  • PIT (-3) over MIN
  • ARZ (+2.5) over TB
  • IND (-8) over JAK
  • SEA (-2.5) over HOU
  • NYJ (+3.5) over TEN
  • DEN (-10;5) over PHI
  • WAS (-3) over OAK
  • DAL (-2) over SD
  • ATL (-2) over NE
  • NO (-6.5) over MIA

Mike Donnelly

Click Here For Mike’s Week 4 Picks Column

Mike Nolan

  • BAL (-3) over BUF
  • CLE (+4) over CIN
  • DET (-4) over CHI
  • NYG (+4) over KC
  • PIT (-3) over MIN
  • ARZ (+2.5) over TB
  • JAX (+8.5) over IND
  • HOU (+2.5) over SEA
  • NYJ (+3.5) over TEN
  • DEN (-10.5) over PHI
  • OAK (+3) over WAS
  • DAL (-2) over SD
  • ATL (-2) over NE
  • NO (-6.5) over MIA

Connor Rogers

  • Baltimore
  • Cincy
  • Chicago
  • Kansas City
  • Minnesota
  • Arizona
  • Indianapolis
  • Seattle
  • New York Jets
  • Philly
  • Oakland
  • Dallas
  • New England
  • Miami

Dan Marcus

  • BAL
  • CIN
  • CHI
  • KC
  • PITT
  • TB
  • IND
  • SEA
  • NYJ
  • DEN
  • WAS
  • DAL
  • ATL
  • MIA

Author: Joe Caporoso

Joe Caporoso is the Owner and EIC of Turn On The Jets. His writing has been featured in the New York Times, Huffington Post, MMQB and AdWeek. Caporoso played football his entire life, including four years at Muhlenberg as a wide receiver, where he was arguably the slowest receiver to ever start in school history. He is the VP of Social Media at Whistle Sports