Head Coach Finished After Loss Across The Pond: Week Four NFL Betting recap.

Written and authored by National Football League Expert Analyst Charlie Red McDougall. Charliessports.com produces it for Football news and notes.

Our 500-star Football Premium Picks have been winning at 77% rate and will continue into the 2016 Superbowl. The first Sunday of the month of October 2015 is in the bag, and the Miami Dolphins make a change. Owner, Stephen Ross made the decision to make the move after the team’s subpar 1-3 start and a loss to bitter rivals New York Jets in London. Also joining Joe Philbin is defensive coordinator Kevin Coyle. There is not a lot of confidence in the Davie, Florida training facility. Tight End coach Dan Campbell takes over and promises to hold players accountable with intensity at every practice. Vice President of Football Operations Mike Tannenbaum gets a pass. Tannenbaum was instrumental in bringing in high priced free agents in New York and Miami. The problem is Tannenbaum’s decisions always results in disaster; he should be accountable also.

The 2015 Denver Broncos remained undefeated with seven quarterback sacks of Minnesota quarterback Teddy Bridgewater and a long touchdown run by Ronnie Hillman. Defensive ends DeMarcus Ware, Von Miller, and defensive coordinator Wade Phillips are making the Denver defense relevant. The Atlanta Falcons remained unbeaten through the first four weeks with a 48-21 home victory against the pathetic Houston Texans. Running back Devonta Freeman had three touchdowns runs. Houston looked lost on defense, even All-Everything defensive end J.J. Watt must question his effort. Texans defensive coordinator Romeo Crennel and the rest of the coaching staff must look in the mirror. Head Coach Bill O’Brien say’s the quarterback trio of Ryan Mallet and Brian Hoyer have been less than impressive through the first four weeks. Mallet will be the starter going forward. The Texans may have to make some changes at the top. Clearly the talent isn’t in place. Cincinnati Bengals fans are happy their team is off to a 4-0 start and quarterback Andy Dalton seems to be coming into his own. Dalton is the passing leader among NFL signal callers through the first month of the season. Fans in “SOUTHWESTERN OHIO” have seen this script before, only to get bounced in the first round of the postseason. The Cincinnati Bengals must get past the opening round of the playoff before they make me a believer.

The Carolina Panthers also remained undefeated at they forced Tampa Bay quarterback Jameis Winston into four interceptions. Th rookie threw an early pick six, making the score 10-0 in the first quarter. Tampa Bay couldn’t recover for the multiple turnover games from the 2015 number-one overall draft pick. The Green Bay Packers are widening the gap in the NFC North as they remained unbeaten with a 17-3 victory over San Francisco. 49er fans are wondering what the fate of starting quarterback Colin Kaepernick is going to be going forward. Green Bay linebacker Clay Matthews mentioned you were no Russell Wilson, my man, during the game to Kaepernick. How are fans in the City of Brotherly Love feeling after a divisional loss at Washington? Philadelphia brass may be reconsidering their move to give head coach Chip Kelly personnel decisions. The Arizona Cardinals suffered their first setback of the season with a home loss against St.Louis. The Chicago Bears got their first win of the 2015 season with a home win vs. Oakland.


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