PFF Week 4 pick ’em with Cris Collinsworth

The PFF staff makes picks for every Week 4 game.

| 2 years ago
(AP Photo/Frank Victores)

(AP Photo/Frank Victores)

PFF Week 4 pick ’em with Cris Collinsworth

Every week of the season, the PFF staff will be making picks for all NFL games. Here’s how the voting broke down for Week 4—we’ll update each week with who is in the lead.

The panel: Cris Collinsworth, Mike ClayJeff Dooley, Rick Drummond, Khaled Elsayed, Neil Hornsby, Nathan Jahnke, Gordon McGuinness, Sam Monson, Steve Palazzolo, and Ben Stockwell.

(Editor’s note: Cris Collinsworth won’t be making picks on the games which he is announcing.)


Baltimore Ravens at Pittsburgh Steelers

Ravens: 8 (Dooley, Drummond, Elsayed, Jahnke, Hornsby, McGuinness, Palazzolo, Stockwell)

Steelers: 3 (Collinsworth, Clay, Monson)


New York Jets at Miami Dolphins

Jets: 4 (Collinsworth, Clay, Drummond, Hornsby)

Dolphins: 7 (Dooley, Elsayed, Jahnke, McGuinness, Monson, Palazzolo, Stockwell)


Jacksonville Jaguars at Indianapolis Colts

Jaguars: 0

Colts: 11


New York Giants at Buffalo Bills

Giants: 1 (Elsayed)

Bills: 10 (Collinsworth, Clay, Dooley, Drummond, Hornsby, Jahnke, McGuinness, Monson, Palazzolo, Stockwell)


Carolina Panthers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Panthers: 10 (Collinsworth, Clay, Dooley, Drummond, Elsayed, Hornsby, Jahnke, Monson, Palazzolo, Stockwell)

Buccaneers: 1 (McGuinness)


Philadelphia Eagles at Washington Redskins

Eagles: 10 (Collinsworth, Clay, Dooley, Drummond, Elsayed, Hornsby, Jahnke, Monson, Palazzolo, Stockwell)

Redskins: 1 (McGuinness)


Oakland Raiders at Chicago Bears

Raiders: 6 (Collinsworth, Clay, Drummond, Jahnke, Palazzolo, Stockwell)

Bears: 5 (Dooley, Elsayed, Hornsby, McGuinness, Monson)


Houston Texans at Atlanta Falcons

Texans: 0

Falcons: 11


Kansas City Chiefs at Cincinnati Bengals

Chiefs: 1 (Dooley)

Bengals: 10 (Collinsworth, Clay, Drummond, Elsayed, Hornsby, Jahnke, Monson, McGuinness, Palazzolo, Stockwell)


Cleveland Browns at San Diego Chargers

Browns: 0

Chargers: 11


Green Bay Packers at San Francisco 49ers

Packers: 11

49ers: 0


St. Louis Rams at Arizona Cardinals

Rams: 0

Cardinals: 11


Minnesota Vikings at Denver Broncos

Vikings: 1 (Hornsby)

Broncos: 10 (Collinsworth, Clay, Dooley, Drummond, Elsayed, Jahnke, Monson, McGuinness, Palazzolo, Stockwell)


New Orleans Saints at Dallas Cowboys

Saints: 8 (Clay, Dooley, Drummond, Elsayed, Hornsby, Monson, McGuinness, Palazzolo)

Cowboys: 2 (Jahnke, Stockwell)


Detroit Lions at Seattle Seahawks

Lions: 0

Seahawks: 11


Standings through Week 3:

T-1. Sam Monson 33/48 68.8%
T-1. Gordon McGuinness 33/48 68.8%
T-3. Jeff Dooley 32/48 66.7%
T-3. Khaled Elsayed 32/48 66.7%
T-3. Neil Hornsby 32/48 66.7%
6. Mike Clay 31/48 64.6%
T-7. Cris Collinsworth 29/48 60.4%
T-7. Steve Palazzolo 29/48 60.4%
9. Rick Drummond 27/48 56.3%
T-10. Nathan Jahnke 25/48 52.1%
T-10. Ben Stockwell 25/48 52.1%
  • crosseyedlemon

    6 teams couldn’t beg borrow or steal a pick from the PFF staff? What happened to league parity?

  • StatDogg44

    5 matchups with only 1 pick. Only 3 “contested” matchups. Interesting!!

    • crosseyedlemon

      Boring would be a better word. With the staff all duplicating each others picks each week the end result will be an almost identical win percentage for everyone. How about having a draft where each staff member selects a game. That way there is no duplicating someone else’s pick and we see who really knows their stuff.

      • jody

        Sure, they should pick against their sensibilities just to make this more interesting to you…

        • crosseyedlemon

          No one is being asked to pick against their “sensibilities” to my knowledge. With few exceptions we all know in advance of these pick articles which teams will be the “consensus” choice so why not try a more creative approach?

  • jody

    Anyone picking anywhere near %50 should be excused from this discussion and replaced with a shiny quarter…

  • St.Louis2001 Beast

    St. Louis Rams showed you why you should of pick them against the overrated ass cardinals.