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NFL Preseason 2010 Week 4 Scores and Updates

Written by: on 4th September 2010 |
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NFL Preseason 2010 Week 4 Scores and Updates – The National Football League (NFL) is now on its 4th week of the preseason games. The last three games for September 2 are now being played and there are lots off anticipation among loyal football fans.

The San Diego Chargers are up against the San Francisco 49ers. So far the game is looking good with the San Francisco 49ers on the lead. During the 1st Quarter, A.Dixon made a 46 yd. run for the touch down and J. Nedney kick is good. The 2nd Quarter was also an advantage for San Francisco 49ers with J. Nedney’s 25 yd. Field Goal Drive.

The second NFL preseason Week 4 game match being played now is between the Seattle Seahawks vs Oakland Raiders. The match is even between the two and there is no telling at the moment who will win this game. During the first quarter the Oakland Raiders made good play including the M. Tonga 32 yd. pass from B. Gradkowski (S.Waters kick is good) Drive: 4 plays, 69 yards in 1:35; and another touch down from J.Higgins over a 9 yd. pass from B.Gradkowski.

During the second quarter, the Seattle Seahawks made good play to catch up with the score. O. Mare had a 36 yd. Field Goal drive and then D. Butler made a touch down followed by another Field Goal from O. Mare from 46 yards.

The last game on play today is between the Washington Redskins vs Arizona Cardinals. The play is on the half time break with the Cardinals having a major advantage over the Redskins, 19-3. The Arizona Cardinals made two Touch Downs during the 2nd quarter courtesy of A. Smith and M. Hall plus a 22 yd. field goal from J. Feely.

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