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NFL scores and more, Week 4: What happened Sunday

The fourth week of the 2016 season has us wondering if the Cardinals and Panthers are already out of the playoff hunt. Okay, I’ll own up to it. I’m not feeling all that great about my rosy predictions for the Cardinals and the Panthers. At this point, they’re only a quarter of the way into the season, but the playoffs already feel like a long shot for the way both of these 1-3 teams are playing.
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