Week Four In Review


  • The Cincinnati Bengals evened their record at .500 with a 22-7 victory against the Miami Dolphins.
  • The Jacksonville Jaguars defeated the Indianapolis Colts 30-27 in London.
  • Behind a 300-yard performance from wide receiver Julio Jones, the Atlanta Falcons outpaced the New Orleans Saints 48-33.
  • The Oakland Raiders edged the Baltimore Ravens 28-27.
  • The Chicago Bears defeated the Detroit Lions 17-14.
  • The Houston Texans advanced to 3-1 with a 27-20 victory over the Tennessee Titans.
  • The Buffalo Bills’ 16-0 victory over the New England Patriots marked the first time the Pats were shut out in Foxborough.
  • New York Jets quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick’s turnover struggles continued as the Jets fell to the Seattle Seahawks 27-17.
  • The Cleveland Browns sunk to 0-4 with a 31-20 loss to the Washington Redskins.
  • Despite losing QB Trevor Siemian to an injury, the Denver Broncos defeated the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 27-7.
  • The Los Angeles Rams collected their third straight win by defeating the Arizona Cardinals 17-13.
  • The New Orleans Saints edged the San Diego Chargers 35-34.
  • The Dallas Cowboys defeated the San Francisco 49ers 24-17.
  • The Pittsburgh Steelers rebounded from a Week Three loss and flattened the Kansas City Chiefs 43-14.
  • The Minnesota Vikings advanced to 4-0 with a 24-10 victory over the New York Giants.

Jones Tallies 300 Receiving Yards During Falcons’ Win

Atlanta Falcons wide receiver Julio Jones totaled 12 receptions, 300 receiving yards, and a touchdown during the Falcons’ 48-33 victory over the Carolina Panthers. Jones is one of only six receivers in NFL history to record 300 receiving yards in a game.

Falcons QB Matt Ryan completed 28 of 37 passes for 503 yards, four touchdowns, and one interception.

The Falcons’ 3-1 record is the best in the NFC South. They face the Denver Broncos next week.

Week Four Picks


  • Cincinnati over Miami
  • Indianapolis over Jacksonville
  • Carolina over Atlanta
  • Baltimore over Oakland
  • Detroit over Chicago
  • Tennessee over Houston
  • New England over Buffalo
  • Seattle over New York (J)
  • Washington over Cleveland
  • Denver over Tampa Bay
  • Arizona over Los Angeles
  • New Orleans over San Diego
  • Dallas over San Francisco
  • Pittsburgh over Kansas City
  • Minnesota over New York (G)

Week Three In Review


  • Despite having to start third-string rookie quarterback Jacoby Brissett, New England Patriots head coach Bill Belichick created a masterful game plan that flattened the Houston Texans 27-0.
  • The Buffalo Bills upset the Arizona Cardinals 33-18.
  • The Minnesota Vikings advanced to 3-0 by defeating the Carolina Panthers 22-10.
  • Denver Broncos QB Trevor Siemian threw four touchdowns and no interceptions during the Broncos’ 29-17 victory over the Cincinnati Bengals.
  • Behind QB Aaron Rodgers’s four touchdowns, the Green Bay Packers edged the Detroit Lions 34-27
  • The Baltimore Ravens are still undefeated after defeating the Jacksonville Jaguars 19-17.
  • The Miami Dolphins edged the Cleveland Browns 30-24 in overtime.
  • The Washington Redskins mounted a comeback and defeated the New York Giants 29-27.
  • The Oakland Raiders edged the Tennessee Titans 17-10.
  • The Seattle Seahawks flattened the San Francisco 49ers 37-18.
  • The Los Angeles Rams advanced to 2-1 by defeating the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
  • The Indianapolis Colts edged the San Diego Chargers 26-22.
  • The New York Jets sunk to 1-2 with a 24-3 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs.
  • The Philadelphia Eagles remain undefeated after flattening the Pittsburgh Steelers 34-3.
  • The Dallas Cowboys defeated the Chicago Bears 31-17.
  • The Atlanta Falcons outpaced the New Orleans Saints 45-32.

Pryor Plays WR, QB, and Safety in Browns’ Loss

Cleveland Browns wide receiver Terrelle Pryor made history during Cleveland’s 30-24 overtime loss to the Miami Dolphins. Pryor is the first player since the 1970 AFL/NFL merger to have at least three pass attempts, three rushes, and three receptions in a game.

If that wasn’t enough, Pryor also played safety during a Dolphins’ Hail Mary attempt.

Pryor lined up at quarterback 14 times, totaling three completions on five pass attempts. Pryor also tallied 21 rushing yards and a touchdown on four carries and eight receptions for 144 yards.

The Browns started third-string rookie QB Cody Kessler, who  completed 21 of 33 attempts for 244 yards. Kessler also lost a fumble.

The Browns dropped to 0-3, and will play the Washington Redskins next week.

Week Three Picks


  • Houston over New England
  • Arizona over Buffalo
  • Carolina over Minnesota
  • Denver over Cincinnati
  • Detroit over Green Bay
  • Baltimore over Jacksonville
  • Miami over Cleveland
  • Washington over New York (G)
  • Oakland over Tennessee
  • Seattle over San Francisco
  • Tampa Bay over Los Angeles
  • Indianapolis over San Diego
  • New York (J) over Kansas City
  • Pittsburgh over Philadelphia
  • Dallas over Chicago
  • Atlanta over New Orleans

Week Two In Review


  • The Buffalo Bills lost to the New York Jets 37-31 and fired offensive coordinator Greg Roman the next day.
  • The Carolina Panthers surged late and defeated the San Francisco 49ers 46-27.
  • The Baltimore Ravens overcame a 20-point lead and defeated the Cleveland Browns 25-20.
  • The Tennessee Titans edged the Detroit Lions 16-15.
  • The Houston Texans advanced to 2-0 by defeating the Kansas City Chiefs 19-12.
  • The Miami Dolphins’ comeback bid fell short during their 31-24 loss to the New England Patriots.
  • The New York Giants contained the New Orleans Saints’ offense during their 16-13 victory.
  • The Pittsburgh Steelers downed a division foe, the Cincinnati Bengals, 24-16.
  • The Dallas Cowboys edged the Washington Redskins 27-23.
  • The Arizona Cardinals trounced the Tampa Bay Buccaneers 40-7.
  • The Los Angeles Rams notched their first win in LA by defeating the Seattle Seahawks 9-3.
  • The Denver Broncos’ defense scored two touchdowns during the Broncos’ 34-20 victory over the Indianapolis Colts.
  • The Atlanta Falcons upset the Oakland Raiders 35-28.
  • The Jacksonville Jaguars stumbled to a 38-14 loss to the San Diego Chargers.
  • In his first start with the team, quarterback Sam Bradford led the Minnesota Vikings to a 17-14 victory over the Green Bay Packers.
  • Philadelphia Eagles rookie QB Carson Wentz is now 2-0 as a starter after the Eagles defeated the Chicago Bears 29-14.