Week 5 of the 2019 NFL season ends this evening when the San Francisco 49ers host the Cleveland Browns on Monday Night Football. It’s an intriguing matchup between two up-and-coming organizations that each aspire to end their respective postseason droughts this year. The Browns are going on 16 years without a playoff appearance, by far the longest active streak in the league, while the Niners haven’t returned to the postseason since their run to the 2013 NFC Championship Game, the fourth longest active stretch. Cleveland was one of the most hyped teams coming into the year, but an up-and-down start has left them at 2-2 coming into this primetime affair and desperate for a win to get above .500. San Francisco is in much better shape after winning its first three contests—the club was on a bye last week—and is the only organization aside from the New England Patriots to still boast an unblemished record.
Seattle Seahawks quarterback Russell Wilson will try to continue his hot start to the 2019 season when he takes on the defending NFC champion Los Angeles Rams on Thursday Night Football at CenturyLink Field. Through four games, Wilson has had the best start to a season in his eight-year career. His 72.9 completion percentage, 118.7 passer rating and 8.58 yards per attempt are his best through four games. His eight touchdown passes are tied for the most he's had by this point and he has yet to throw an interception over the first four games for the first time. Led by Wilson, the Seahawks are 3-1. Kickoff is set for 8:20 p.m. ET. Seattle is a 1.5-point favorite after opening as a 2.5-point underdog, and the over-under for total points scored is 49 in the latest Seahawks vs. Rams odds. Before you lock in your Rams vs. Seahawks
NFL commissioner Roger Goodell must be cringing at the thought of two winless teams playing in primetime on national television. But that’s what will happen when the Pittsburgh Steelers face the Cincinnati Bengals in primetime on Monday Night Football at 5:15 p.m. PT/8:15 p.m. ET with live TV on ESPN to wrap up Week 4.
A new-look band of undefeated Green Bay Packers welcomes the skidding Philadelphia Eagles as Week 4 leads off on Thursday. Playing host at the legendary Lambeau Field, the Packers (3-0) welcome the Eagles (1-2) on Thursday Night Football, starting at 5:20 Pacific time .
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