The NFL schedule in Week 4 has a number of exciting games in the afternoon, including the Denver Broncos hosting the Philadelphia Eagles and the Washington Redskins visiting the Oakland Raiders and another interesting game on the docket is the Dallas Cowboys and the San Diego Chargers, which is going down in California as one of the late afternoon games.
The Dallas Cowboys are first in the NFC East after the way the Giants and Redskins have played and after defeating the Rams last week, the team is looking to improve to 3-1 on the season against the Chargers. The team opened the year with the New York Giants and dominated and then the team lost to the Chiefs, who defeated the Giants in bad fashion on Sunday to send them to 0-4 and their season is in a tailspin. The Cowboys are coming off of a 31-7 victory over the Rams and now the team will travel to play the Chargers.
The Cowboys are heading into a game at home against the Denver Broncos next before playing two divisional games against the Washington Redskins and the Philadelphia Eagles in two straight weeks and that could have big implications heading into the final stretch of the year. The team plays two straight road games against the Eagles and the Detroit Lions and then the team plays against the Minnesota Vikings at home. The Vikes got their first win in London against the Steelers and after that the Cowboys have a huge road game against the New Orleans Saints on Sunday night and that leads them into a bye week.
The team has the bye in Week 11 and then they will play the Giants in Week 12, a team that is a total disaster this season and after that the Cowboys will host the Oakland Raiders. The team will play the Chicago Bears on Monday night football next at Soldier Field and then they have a huge game against the Green Bay Packers. The team has a road game against the Washington Redskins and then the team finishes the season with a home game against the Eagles.
The team lost the division on the final week of the season the past two seasons and now the team could face that situation again depending on where the Eagles and the Redskins are this season.