It's still October, not January, but after rallying for three fourth-quarter scores over the vaunted Seahawks defense, it's time to believe in Andy Dalton and the Bengals.
The Chiefs came nowhere close to hitting a 66-yard field goal on Sunday.
Jamaal Charles left Sunday's game with a knee injury. He won't return to the game.
Michael Vick has performed well despite getting sacked at a high rate, while Philip Rivers has benefited greatly from yards-after-catch totals. Those stats and more to know about Monday's game.
Some big-name players are returning from their four-game suspensions this week, and it's not soon enough for the Cowboys. Six teams are still undefeated and extra points are starting to mess with kickers' heads.
In Will Brinson's Week 5 NFL Picks, the Bears and Redskins are two dogs you want to ride.
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.
We've seen this the past four years: the Bengals look great, and then fall apart in the postseason. But they're different this year. Really. And it begins with the play of Andy Dalton, who finally looks comfortable running Cincy's offense.
Dolphins owner Stephen Ross routinely botches coaching hires, demonstrated by Joe Philbin. The organization -- still full of folks from past failures -- is at a crossroads with whoever it picks to run things on the field.
We are grading all of Sunday's Games for Week 4. See how your team did.

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