Week 4 bold predictions: Cam Newton downs Patriots, Jay Cutler's brilliant

Throughout the 2017 season, NFL Network analysts will provide one bold prediction heading into each weekend's games. Here are their thoughts on Week 4:

Tom Brady is one win from tying Brett Favre and Peyton Manning for most wins (186) by a starting quarterback in NFL history. Cam Newton finds his groove and spoils Brady's big day. LeSean McCoy puts up more rushing yards than Atlanta RBs Devonta Freeman and Tevin Coleman combined. After throwing one touchdown in each of Jay Cutler's first two games with Miami, the veteran quarterback is going to go off. I give Cutler four touchdown passes vs. the Saints. The last time Cutler threw four TDs in a game was Week 2 of the 2014 season. Jacksonville, which hasn't won two road games in a season since 2013, will beat the New York Jets on Sunday afternoon at MetLife. I think that Jacksonville's second-ranked defense will prevail, especially with their ability to shut down the pass, against the 30th-ranked Jets offense. Todd Gurley will outrush Ezekiel Elliott. This may not seem like the boldest prediction, but considering what these two have done over the course of the last year, I'd say it counts.

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