Found September 27, 2012 on Queen City Sports:
Week three is in the books and week four is about to get underway. Last week, the QCS Staff didn’t have our best week as we struggled with all of the upsets but we look to turn it around in week four. Ryan Talbot led the QCS Staff with a 9-7 record in week three. Below is the QCS Staff standings entering week four:   Week 3 Records (overall record): Ryan Talbot: 9-7 (28-20) Brandon Hess: 7-9 (25-23) Mike Bundt: 5-11 (24-24) Robert Quinn: 6-10 (17-15) Mike Straw: 7-9 (15-17)   Week 4 Picks:   Cleveland at Baltimore: Bundt: Ravens Talbot: Ravens Hess: Ravens Quinn: N/A Straw: Ravens   Carolina at Atlanta: Bundt: Falcons Talbot: Falcons Hess: Falcons Quinn: Falcons Straw: Falcons   New England at Buffalo: Bundt: Patriots Talbot: Patriots Hess: Patriots Quinn: Patriots Straw: Patriots   Minnesota at Detroit: Bundt: Vikings Talbot: Lions Hess: Lions Quinn: Lions Straw: Lions   San Diego at Kansas City: Bundt: Chargers Talbot: Chiefs Hess: Chargers Quinn: Chargers Straw: Chargers   Seattle at St. Louis: Bundt: Seahawks Talbot: Seahawks Hess: Rams Quinn: Seahawks Straw: Rams   San Francisco at New York Jets: Bundt: Jets Talbot: 49ers Hess: 49ers Quinn: 49ers Straw: 49ers   Tennessee at Houston: Bundt: Texans Talbot: Texans Hess: Texans Quinn: Texans Straw: Texans   Oakland at Denver: Bundt: Broncos Talbot: Broncos Hess: Broncos Quinn: Broncos Straw: Broncos   Miami at Arizona: Bundt: Cardinals Talbot: Cardinals Hess: Cardinals Quinn: Cardinals Straw: Cardinals   Cincinnati at Jacksonville: Bundt: Bengals Talbot: Bengals Hess: Bengals Quinn: Bengals Straw: Bengals   New Orleans at Green Bay: Bundt: Packers Talbot: Packers Hess: Packers Quinn: Packers Straw: Packers   Washington at Tampa Bay: Bundt: Buccaneers Talbot: Buccaneers Hess: Buccaneers Quinn: Redskins Straw: Buccaneers   New York Giants at Philadelphia: Bundt: Eagles Talbot: Giants Hess: Giants Quinn: Giants Straw: Giants   Chicago at Dallas: Bundt: Cowboys Talbot: Bears Hess: Cowboys Quinn: Bears Straw: Bears       The post QCS Week 4 NFL Picks appeared first on Queen City Sports.

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