Playbook picks: Steelers to go 4-0 without Big Ben

Four of the NFL’s better rivalries take place this weekend, and Playbook analysts Sterling Sharpe, Joe Theismann and Brian Baldinger are in agreement with just one of their predictions for those matchups.

All three expect the Steelers to beat the Ravens, but Theismann is on his own in picking his former team, the Redskins, to beat the Eagles in Donovan McNabb‘s return to Philadelphia.

There is also not a consensus in the Browns-Bengals and Dolphins-Patriots matchups. Theismann is straying from his fellow analysts by going out on a limb and picking Cleveland to upset Cincinnati, while Sharpe is alone in thinking the Patriots will defeat the Dolphins.

Without further ado, take a look at all of their Week 4 picks:

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Lions at Packers
Sharpe: Packers
Theismann: Packers
Baldinger: Packers

49ers at Falcons
Sharpe: Falcons
Theismann: Falcons
Baldinger: Falcons

Panthers at Saints
Sharpe: Saints
Theismann: Saints
Baldinger: Saints

Bears at Giants
Sharpe: Bears
Theismann: Bears
Baldinger: Bears

Seahawks at Rams
Sharpe: Rams
Theismann: Rams
Baldinger: Seahawks

Redskins at Eagles
Sharpe: Eagles
Theismann: Redskins
Baldinger: Eagles

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Bengals at Browns
Sharpe: Bengals
Theismann: Browns
Baldinger: Bengals

Broncos at Titans
Sharpe: Broncos
Theismann: Titans
Baldinger: Titans

Texans at Raiders
Sharpe: Raiders
Theismann: Texans
Baldinger: Texans

Colts at Jaguars
Sharpe: Colts
Theismann: Colts
Baldinger: Colts

Patriots at Dolphins
Sharpe: Patriots
Theismann: Dolphins
Baldinger: Dolphins

Jets at Bills
Sharpe: Jets
Theismann: Jets
Baldinger: Jets

Cardinals at Chargers
Sharpe: Chargers
Theismann: Chargers
Baldinger: Chargers

Ravens at Steelers
Sharpe: Steelers
Theismann: Steelers
Baldinger: Steelers

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