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NFL Was Wild and Crazy Then Good
Boy, the NFL’s Week Four started out wild crazy. Everyone knew it was coming but didn’t know when. Well, the Tennessee Titans delivered it to us on Friday. It threw the football world into a frenzy. The NFL moved the Titans-Steelers game to later in the season after Tennessee had even more positive COVID-19 tests.
By Saturday, Patriots QB Cam Newton tested positive, and the league pushed the Pats-Chiefs game to tonight. After finding out that Newton was the only New England player that tested positive, it was decided they could safely play. I hope so.
Then came the good of football. We got to see games. Tampa Bay’s Tom Brady proved to all the haters out there making fun of his age that he still has it and can make teams pay. I hate to say it, because it is usually the division to watch, but what in the world is going on with the NFC East?
Five touchdowns? Are you kidding me? Especially after that awful first quarter, we saw Tom Brady become Tom Terrific once again. He threw for 369 yards and led the Bucs on a 17 point charge to beat San Diego 38-31. Tampa Bay raised its record to 3-1. This was Brady’s first five-touchdown game since 2017.
Cincinnati Bengals’ Joe Mixon scored three touchdowns and had 181 yards, while helping QB Joe Burrow with his NFL win.
NFL Unbeaten Teams
As we go into Week Five, we still have six unbeaten teams. We’ll see if the Packers and Chiefs can stay unbeaten tonight, but the Seahawks and Bills did it yesterday. We’ll have to wait on the Steelers and Titans until next week.
Yes, Browns fans, you may celebrate. I just hope you don’t get your hearts broken like usual. I know beating the Cowboys 49-38 sounds awesome, but remember, they are 1-3 right now and struggling. Odell Beckham Jr. had three touchdowns with 154 yards.
The NFC Ugh…I Mean East
The leaders of the NFC East are the Philadelphia Eagles with a record of 1-2-1 while the rest of the division is Dallas 1-3, Washington 1-3, New York Giants 0-4. This means the entire divisional record is 3-12-1. This is crazy for what is usually one of the hardest divisions in football.
- Eagles 25 – 49ers 20
- Seahawks 31 – Dolphins 23
- Bengals 33 – Jaguars 25
- Vikings 31 – Texans 23
- Browns 49 – Cowboys 38
- Ravens 31 – Washington 17
- Saints 35 – Lions 29
- Panthers 31 – Cardinals 21
- Tampa Bay 38 – Chargers 31
- Rams 17 – Giants 9
- Bills 30 – Raiders 23
- Colts 19 – Bears 11
- Broncos 37 – Jets 28
NFL Monday Night Football
Patriots at Chiefs (7:05 pm ET)
Falcons at Packers (8:50 pm ET)
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