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Week 4 staff predictions: We’re all taking the Lions over Bears

It worked last time, so let’s do it again.

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For the second time this year, the entire Pride Of Detroit staff is in agreement. The first time this happened the Detroit Lions defeated the Indianapolis Colts in a close shootout. That’s exactly what a lot of our staffers are predicting again this week against the Chicago Bears.

After Alex Reno was the only bold staffer to believe in a Lions upset last week, we’re all tied up with a 2-1 record through three weeks. Obviously no one is going to pull away this week, but hopefully we’re all sitting at 3-1 seven days from now.

Here’s a look at all of our predictions.

[Editor’s note: Mike Payton is choosing not to pick scores, simply the winners this season]

Alex Reno (2-1): 45-31 Lions
Justin Simon (2-1): 31-17 Lions
Joseph Buszek (2-1): 35-20 Lions
Kyle Yost (2-1): 26-24 Lions
Ryan Mathews (2-1): 45-17 Lions
Andrew Kato (2-1): 34-16 Lions
Chris Lemieux (2-1): 32-29 Lions
Brian Packey (2-1): 27-17 Lions
Mike Payton (2-1): Lions win
Jeremy Reisman (2-1): 37-31 Lions
Kent Lee Platte (1-1): 34-10 Lions

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Let’s hear it, what are you score predictions?

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