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.
Week 4 NFL survivor pool picks highlighted by the Broncos and Chargers.
Let's be honest: Week 4 isn't the sexiest slate of NFL matchups this season, but with the Jets and Dolphins kicking off at 9:30 a.m. ET -- you can binge for some 15 hours plus.
By now you have to know Packers QB Aaron Rodgers is the least-criticized NFL quarterback. There are some likely candidates -- Andy Dalton, Tony Romo, Jay Cutler -- but only one can be No. 1.
The Seahawks, Eagles, Colts, Giants and Texans all avoid the dreaded 0-3 start, which is huge for saving a season.
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.
Cal quarterback Jared Goff isn't a no-brainer No. 1 pick like Andrew Luck, but he has separated himself as the top passing prospect if he enters the 2016 class and the Bears desperately need to address the position.
A thrilling comeback win in Baltimore proves these aren't the same Bengals. But the Dolphins? Still the same disappointing team -- which is bad news for Joe Philbin.
The Seahawks, Eagles, Colts and Texans find a way in Week 3, but the Ravens can't answer the bell. It's clear Baltimore needs a roster reset.

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