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Who's top dog: Week 4 results

Each week, RedEye's prognosticating pooch, Whizzer, goes toe to toe (paw to paw?) with Rob Cressy's miniature schnauzer, Callie, to see who picks NFL games more accurately.

Whizzer dominated in Week 4, going 4-1 while Callie was just 1-4. Overall, Whizzer is 13-7 and Callie is 9-11.

Here are their picks for Week 4 and how the pooches fared.

 

CALLIE'S PICKS

Bears at Detroit: Bears (wrong)

Philadelphia at Denver: Broncos

Pittsburgh at Minnesota: Steelers (wrong)

Seattle at Houston: Texans (wrong)

New England at Atlanta: Falcons (wrong)

 

WHIZZER'S PICKS

Bears at Detroit: Lions

Philadelphia at Denver: Broncos

Pittsburgh at Minnesota: Vikings

Seattle at Houston: Seahawks

New England at Atlanta: Falcons (wrong)

 

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