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Gazette columnist Paul Klee gives his best plays for NFL Week 4

By: Paul Klee
October 1, 2017 Updated: October 1, 2017 at 2:49 pm
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After a rough week of upsets, Gazette columnist Paul Klee gives his best plays for Week 4: 

Cardinals (-6) vs 49ers
The only way to atone for a Week 3 disaster — 0-3 ATS? Really, Klee? — is to break the bank in Week 4. Or skip Week 4. But there’s no skipping in football, and this one feels like AZ 32, SF 10.

Rams (+6) at Cowboys
OK, it’s official: Klee’s lost it. The Rams — the Rams? — cover in Arlington? Don’t underestimate the value of office morale. The Rams’ start is a big “thank you” for moving them out of St. Louis.

Panthers +9 at Patriots 

Two options: Cam Newton helps Bill Belichick’s defense snap to attention, or a major issue in Foxboro is being overshadowed by Tom Brady’s awesomeness. Bonus! Eagles (+2) at Chargers.

— Season ATS record: 1-5

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