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.
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.
Lance Dunbar suffered an injury that looked serious on Sunday night.
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.
Jeremy Hill is a bust! Karlos Williams will take LeSean McCoy's job! Chris Towers examines readers hottest takes to see if there's any truth there.
Taking a look at the highest projected scoring teams in Week 4 and what that means for your FanDuel lineups.
Is Andy Dalton a trustworthy QB1 the rest of the way? Did we see the real Joseph Randle in Week 3?
Devonta Freeman and Joseph Randle -- whose three-touchdown game meant more? Is Andy Dalton for real? Is C.J. Anderson doomed? Chris Towers and Scott White share their biggest takeaways from Week 3.
Still searching for long term answers at the position, the Browns and Texans invest top-10 picks in QBs in 2016.
The Cardinals might very well be the top team in the NFL. That plus more takeaways from the week that was in Sorting the Sunday Pile.

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