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Week 4 is in the books, and it was another high-quality weekend for the NFL with some cracking games and some headline grabbers to go along with it.

Brady Breaks Brees Record

Where else can we start other than with the Game where Tom Brady returned back to Foxborough to face off against Belichick for the first time since his departure from Boston. Brady came out on top yet again and completed a win against every team in the NFL. Not only that but he broke the all-time passing yards record previously held by Drew Brees. It’s just another Milestone in a ridiculous career where age just doesn’t seem to be slowing him down.

Urban, Urban, Urban

I think many believed appointing Urban Myer to an NFL team would be a mistake and well he isn’t doing much to help his cause. While his team dropped to 0-4 following a late Bengals rally, Meyer decided to stay a couple of days in Ohio rather than fly home with the team. However, I’m sure the Jaguars front office will not have appreciated the video appearing online of him getting rather close with a woman in a bar who was not his wife. The apology has been poor and with reports of the team having completely lost what little respect they had for their Head Coach. You have to wonder when that seat becomes more than just hot.

Bleak Big Ben

The Pittsburgh Steelers dropped to 1-3 following their loss to the Green Bay Packers on Sunday, worse than that was how bad it all looked. Big Ben looked sluggish, indecisive and like he should have retired two years ago. The worrying thing is with Ben looking this bad, you would expect some pressure to get the next guy in the game, but all reports suggest that Dwayne Haskins has been poor in practices, leaving an ailing Ben to lead the line. With the 2022 Draft class looking poor on Quarterbacks as well, it’s not a good time to be dealing with this for the Steelers, who will need something big to change to turn it around.

Jets Win Jets Win

The New York Jets and Zach Wilson get their first win of 2021. Sure, it was against a Titans team who were almost at the point of picking fans from the crowd to play Wide Receiver, but you still have to stop Henry to win. I wouldn’t go as far as saying they stopped the King, but they still made Tannehill pass the ball 49 times. That’s not how the Titans play ball and it showed.

Chiefs Charge Past Eagles

It may have been a commanding win for the Chiefs, on the back of another monster Hill game, but the worrying thing must be how bad the Kansas City defence looked. Even the putrid Eagles offence put up 30 points and could have been more had it not been for penalties calling touchdowns off the board or missing a wide-open Zach Ertz in the end zone. Andy Reid became the first Head coach to win 100 games for multiple franchises and of all places to secure it in Philly. But they have a lot of work to do fixing that defence to make a Superbowl challenge once more.

Cowboys Diggs ‘in it

Dallas moved to 3-1 with a win over the previously undefeated Carolina Panthers, but the stars of the show for the Cowboys? The Defence. I know right, but they have been a strength since the Week 1 loss to the Buccaneers and some of that has to be attributed to Trevon Diggs. He bagged himself another interception on Sunday, meaning he now has at least 1 in each of his first 4 games this year, which is unbelievably impressive. We all know that if you can win the turnover margin, you win games and right now Dallas is delivering.

Giants Rise To Rally Past Saints

In what may have been his best game since coming into the NFL, Daniel Jones led a late Giants charge to grab a shot at overtime versus the Saints before going on to take the win. The result moves the Giants to 1-3 and perhaps will kickstart their season.

Bears Beat Lions

Matt Nagy must wish he could play the Lions every week, the Bears are 6-1 against the Lions under his tenure, and this win couldn’t have come at a more perfect time with the temperature beyond melting on the hot seat for the Bears coach. Funny when the Bears remember they are allowed to run the ball they tend to do a lot better.

Bills Blast Texans

Ouch, another rough one for Houston. After their opening night win against the Jaguars, it’s been all downhill from there, and that didn’t change against the Buffalo Bills. A 40-0 shellacking does not make the torrid times any easier for the Texans and really there isn’t an end in sight.

Chargers Spark Shines in win over Raiders

The Chargers are out to shock the world this year and with Quarterback Justin Herbert they look like they could do that, and they looked good against the Las Vegas Raiders on Monday Night. The Chargers raced out to an early lead, and they never let it go, even with Hunter Renfrow laying out one of the biggest hit stick moments I’ve seen in a long time when he blew up a fake punt attempt. It’s hard to find a weakness in the LA team and could be a contender down the stretch.

Only The Cardinals Remain

It was a huge matchup between undefeated teams on Sunday night and it didn’t disappoint. The Cardinals came out on top to remain the NFL’s only undefeated team. The biggest takeaway from that game had to be how ordinary the defence of the Rams looked. A week removed from a game where they gave Tom Brady and the Buccaneers a whole world of trouble, the Rams defence was melted through by the Arizona Cardinals. Perhaps a setback for the Rams, or has someone figured them out?

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