Are the Bengals for real? We'll find out in Week 5 when Seattle -- and its nasty defense -- shows up in Cincy. St. Louis at Green Bay also looks good.
Coincidence? Or a result of Spygate?
Brandon Weeden has the unwavering support of his owner, but those beliefs don't extend to a fan base with Super Bowl-or-bust expectations.
The Falcons are dominating, but there is still room for improvement. The Cards, meanwhile, take a step back with costly mistakes against the Rams.
Joseph Randle didn't do himself any favors Sunday night, but Todd Gurley sure did Sunday afternoon. Scott White and Chris Towers take on those two as well as Jeremy Hill's three-touchdown effort in their Week 4 takeaways.
The NFC South -- once a sad joke of a division -- is the best in football. Sorting the Sunday Pile breaks down why.
First things first: the Saints won. It took until October -- and they needed overtime to do it against the Brandon Weeden-led Cowboys -- but whatever, it counts.
Brandon Weeden and Terrance Williams came up big for the Cowboys in the fourth quarter.
Drew Brees and Andrew Luck are the big-name quarterbacks whose injuries highlight the injury report for Week 4, a week that could start to decide which direction your Fantasy season takes.
Recent history shows it's not so easy for unbeaten teams to reach 4-0. Aaron Rodgers is playing lights out, but it's a different story when he's on the road.

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