NFL schedule Week 4: What games are on today? TV channels, times, scores | Sporting News

A potential playoff preview Sunday night highlights the NFL Week 4 schedule, which features two games between undefeated teams and one between winless squads.

The Cowboys visit the Saints on Sunday night for a clash of NFC favorites. Dallas has looked the part of Super Bowl contender early, but its favorable schedule through the first three games gives way to a tough trip to New Orleans this week.

On Thursday night, the Packers host the Eagles in a game that will be crucial to Philadelphia’s attempts to overcome its 1-2 start. The Eagles may pose the biggest test for 3-0 Green Bay to this point.

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The Patriots face the Bills in a matchup of undefeated teams that nonetheless will have New England as the clear favorite, despite being the visitors. If Buffalo can defend its home turf, though, the Bills would suddenly demand significant respect in the AFC.

Kansas City visits Detroit in another battle of undefeateds, though the Lions do have a tie on their record, making it another game the visitors will be expected to win.

The Monday night game between Pittsburgh and Cincinnati should give one team its first win of the season, though expectations for each squad going forward shouldn’t change much following the game.

Below you’ll find a full schedule for every NFL game in Week 4, plus live scores and TV information updated throughout the weekend.

NFL schedule Week 4: What games are on today?

Here’s the full schedule for Week 4 of the 2019 NFL season, plus final scores and how to watch every game live.

Check out SN’s live scoreboard for stats and more.

 Monday, Sept. 30

Game Time TV
Cincinnati Bengals at Pittsburgh Steelers 8:15 p.m. ESPN

How to watch, live stream NFL games

This week’s primetime matchups are some of the most compelling games on the schedule. The Thursday night matchup between Green Bay and Philadelphia, along with the Sunday night game between Dallas and New Orleans, can be streamed on fuboTV. Finally, the Steelers and Bengals face off on “Monday Night Football.”

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Games can also be streamed with NFL Sunday Ticket. That will offer live streaming for any NFL game not subject to local blackout restrictions. Replays of all games can be streamed on NFL Game Pass. 

Note: National broadcasts are listed in bold

NFL scores Week 4

Thursday, Sept. 26

Philadelphia Eagles 34, Green Bay Packers 27

 Sunday, Sept. 29

Tennessee Titans 24, Atlanta Falcons 10
New York Giants 24, Washington Redskins 3
Los Angeles Chargers 30, Miami Dolphins 10
Oakland Raiders 31, Indianapolis Colts 24
Carolina Panthers 16, Houston Texans 10
Kansas City Chiefs 34, Detroit Lions 30
Cleveland Browns 40, Baltimore Ravens 25
New England Patriots 16, Buffalo Bills 10
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 55, Los Angeles Rams 40
Seattle Seahawks 27, Arizona Cardinals 10
Chicago Bears 16, Minnesota Vikings 6
Jacksonville Jaguars 26, Denver Broncos 24
Saints 12, Cowboys 10

 Monday, Sept. 30

Cincinnati Bengals at Pittsburgh Steelers