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5 bold predictions for Week 4 of the NFL season

Life comes at you fast, as does the NFL season, as we're already a quarter of the way through the regular season. Cherish every second of it, as we make 5 bold predictions for Week 4. 1) THE LOSING COACH OF THE LONDON GAME WILL BE FIRED Getty Some ideas sound good on paper, like a new game console from Sega or another Anchorman movie, but once put into action, they don't live up to your drawn up expectations.
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