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The NFL Week 4 will start this Thursday, September 29 at 7:15 p.m.Central Mexico time, with the Cincinnati Bengals receiving in the Paycor Stadium to the miami dolphinsthe only undefeated team in the American Conference.

Next, we leave you the best matches to follow in the fourth day of activity of professional American football in the United States.

Miami Dolphins vs. Cincinnati Bengals

The main match that will start the week is also one of the most attractive with two teams in opposite situations. Miami going through one of its best moments in recent years, starting the campaign 3-0 and showing dominance on both sides of the ball. For its part, Cincinnati comes from being crowned American Conference Champion, but they haven't been able to find rhythm with 1-2 record.

dolphins led by Tua Tagovailoawho is not yet known if he will play due to back discomfort, have had an unbeatable start to the campaign, achieving three important victories against Pnew england atriotsdivisional rivalry, Baltimore Ravensone of the most explosive offenses in the league, and buffalo billsSuper Bowl contenders.

Meanwhile, the Bengalis They started their title defense with a loss vs. Pittsburgh Steelersfollowed by another defeatnow at the hands of dallas cowboysand finally they got their first victory last week by prevailing over New York Jets.

The conference duel will face the duo Tagovailoa-Hill against the couple Burrow-Chasetwo fatal quarterback-receiver combos for defenses because of their speed, agility and accuracy when connecting on passes.

The game is scheduled to start in the East Thursday at 7:15 p.m. and you will see for the first time the all white uniform of the locals, who will exchange their iconic orange helmet with black stripes for a white one with the same stripes.

Denver Broncos vs. Las Vegas Raiders

The divisional matchup between two of the NFL's most iconic franchises will also be one that dictates what what to expect the rest of the season for both teams.

Las Vegas are the the only ones who do not know victory, after three weeks of activity, dropping by less than seven points in their three games against Los Angeles Chargers, Arizona Cardinals and Tennessee Titans.

Despite being reinforced with the signing of the star receiver Dave AdamsRaiders fail to be forceful at the beginning of the season and even if they recover, the early losses they could have a important impact ahead of the postseasonto in a competition American Division West.

For their part, the broncos have had a positive start with 2-1 record with victories on Houston Texans and San Francisco 49ers and one defeat at the beginning of the campaign against Seattle Seahawks.

the problem with Denver is that despite the results, the level of play has not been up to par with what was expected after the signing of Russell Wilsonelite quarterback they paid for $245 million and that he will be with the team until 2027.

With one team in need of a victory and the other eager to prove that they are in it to win it all, the game to be played on Sunday at 3:25 p.m. from the Allegiant Stadium in Las Vegas promises to be a must-see to close the first month of American football.

Kansas City vs. Tampa Bay

In this Super Bowl LV rematchthe Bosses will seek to change the narrative to prevail from visitors to Tom Brady and company in a game with two offenses full of talent and that also have defensive teams capable of deciding the victory in favor of one or the other.

Tampa Bay comes from an important victory on Aaron Rodgers and the Packers who places them 2-1nevertheless, Brady and the offensive were not able to be factors in the markerso they will be looking to bounce back against one of the most dominant teams in the last five years.

Kansas City he still has a record of 2-1 but unlike their rival they come from a painful derror against the Indianapolis Coltsa team that had no wins and is projected at the bottom of the table.

patrick mahomesMissouri's quarterback, is still as dominant as he was last season, adding 857 passing yards and eight touchdown passes. In addition, it has proven that the transfer of Tyreek Hill to Miami in the off-seasonis not an impediment to achieve victories and burn the rival secondary.

Tom Bradywho returned from retirement in mid-March, has not had the start a competitor of his nature would have hoped for, completing only 67 of 103 attempts for 673 yards and three touchdowns.

Buccaneers and Chiefs are scheduled to play on Sunday at 7:20 p.m. in the Raymond James Stadium in Florida, but with the advance of the Hurricane Ian, it is still uncertain if it will take place in the Buccaneers' house. In case it's not safe, the league has commented on the Vikings' U.S. Bank Stadium as the venue, since they will be traveling to London to face there new orleans saints. The final decision will be announced on the day of the match.

Los Angeles Rams vs. San Francisco 49ers

In the last game of the fourth day, the 49ers they will be receiving the rams in the Levi´s Stadium from Santa Clara, California, this Monday at 7:20 p.m.

San Francisco comes from a painful 10-11 loss to the Denver Broncos and they find themselves with a negative record of 1-2. Jimmy Garoppolowho became the starter after the injury in Week 1 of Trey Lancekeeps the doubts for the Californians, having important plays to then commit a costly mistake at decisive moments.

For their part, the ramsreigning Super Bowl champions, have a record for 2-1 and they are at the head of NFC West but they have not had the dominance that was expected mainly from their defense, one of the most complete in the league. Offensively Matthew Stafford still supplying as a quarterback but is the receiver cooper kupp who has carried the equipment.

The divisional rivalry between the two squads is one that has grown in recent years with the resurgence of the Los Angeles franchise, but despite the lack of affection for each other, the Rams have imposed their conditions in recent years about a 49ers who can't find the key piece to revive a historic NFL to his best days.

First international game of the season

The international tour of the NFL, which will come to a Mexico in November with Cardinals and the 49erswill start this Sunday, October 2 at 08:30 a.m.Central Mexico time, with the minnesota vikings 'visiting' the new orleans saints from the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in LondonEngland.

Thursday September 29
Miami-Cincinnati, 7:20 p.m. Fox Sports

Sunday October 2
Minnesota-New Orleans, 8:30 a.m. NFL GamePass
Los Angeles (Chargers)-Houston, 12:00 p.m. NFL GamePass
Chicago-New York (Giants), 12:00 p.m. NFL GamePass
Seattle-Detroit, 12:00 p.m. NFL GamePass
Jacksonville-Philadelphia, 12:00 p.m. NFL GamePass
New York (Jets)-Pittsburgh, 12:00 p.m. Fox Sports
Cleveland-Atlanta, 12:00 p.m. NFL GamePass
Tennessee-Indianapolis, 12:00 p.m. NFL GamePass
Washington-Dallas, 12:00 p.m. Fox Sports
Buffalo-Baltimore, 12:00 p.m. Izzi-NFL GamePass
Arizona-Carolina, 3:05 p.m., Fox Sports
Denver-Las Vegas, 3:35 p.m. channel five
New England-Green Bay, 3:25 p.m. Fox Sports
Kansas City-Tampa Bay, 7:15 p.m. ESPN

Monday October 3
Los Angeles (Rams)-San Francisco, 7:15 p.m. ESPN

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