The Week 4 slate in the NFL has plenty of competitive games.
Not only are there divisional games but there are battles between playoff teams in each conference.
Also, Week 4 marks the first games of October this season.
It will be interesting to see what teams start to kick things into gear as we get set for the second quarter of the season.
Without further ado, here are three must-watch games in Week 4.
Jacksonville Jaguars at Philadelphia Eagles
The last remaining undefeated team will host the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday.
Not only are two of the surprise teams in the NFL matching up.
But, this is the return to Philadelphia for Jaguars head coach, Doug Pederson.
Pederson coached the Eagles from 2016-20 and led them to the Super Bowl in 2017.
Now leading the Jaguars, the young team is 2-1 and quarterback Trevor Lawrence is looking good as advertised.
Best TD-INT this season
(min. 50 attempts)
Patrick Mahomes 8-1
TREVOR LAWRENCE 6-1
Lamar Jackson 10-2 pic.twitter.com/wApvzjIgKG
— NFL on CBS 🏈 (@NFLonCBS) September 25, 2022
Both teams come into this game with quarterbacks that are playing the best football of their careers.
This has the potential to be a high-scoring affair.
Also, both offenses are loaded with weapons.
The Eagles enter the game as big favorites, but being the underdog is nothing new to the Jaguars.
If the Jacksonville offensive line can hold up, expect a shootout in Philadelphia.
Buffalo Bills at Baltimore Ravens
This is a great game between two of the best teams in the AFC.
Also, this game will feature two MVP candidates.
This is another game that will light up the scoreboard.
Both teams are top four in yards per game.
Also, these are two of only three teams that are averaging over 30 points per game this year.
Jackson is a true game breaker with his arm and legs.
He leads the league in total touchdowns and is tied for fifth in rushing yards.
Only QB with 3+ passing TDs in every game this season:
Lamar Jackson 👀 pic.twitter.com/Aj3Bxka1iL
— PFF (@PFF) September 26, 2022
The Bills are coming off a tough road loss against the Miami Dolphins.
In that game, Allen was forced to throw the ball 63 times.
The Ravens’ secondary is playing like one of the worst in the NFL to start the year.
So expect another high volume of passes for Allen and the Bills.
The Buffalo roster is banged up, they will be missing plenty of starters in this game.
Which was an issue for them in their loss last week.
Nevertheless, both teams look to be two of the best in the league and this game should prove that.
Kansas City Chiefs at Tampa Bay Buccaneers
In a rematch of Super Bowl 55, the Kansas City Chiefs will travel to Tampa Bay to face the Buccaneers.
Both teams enter the game with 2-1 records and are coming off losses in Week 3.
The health of the Buccaneers receiving corps is something to look for in this game.
Mike Evans will be returning from suspension but Brady needs a few other of these receivers to play as well.
The Chiefs are looking to bounce back from a bad loss to the Colts.
Their offense was bad in Week 3 and needs a bounce-back performance against the Bucs.
Look out for a great battle between two of the best quarterbacks in the NFL.