Week 4 Recap

Cleveland 20 – Cincinnati 12
There was disarray on the Browns sidelines and Derek Anderson was not very good but he saved his job for at least one more week. The one bright spot for the Bengals is the play of 1st round pick Keith Rivers
Tampa Bay 30 – Green Bay 21
Emotional game for Buccaneers kicker Matt Bryant who had to bury his infant child on Saturday. What a great performance by Bryant (3 Field Goals) under the circumstances. Hard to put this in perspective. It was great to see the Buccaneers being able to honor Bryant’s son with a Win.
Kansas City 33 – Denver 19
Biggest upset of the day. Denver (3-1) has major issues on defense. Larry Johnson rushed for 198 yards and 2TD’s. The Chiefs snapped a 12 game losing streak
Tennessee 30 – Minnesota 17
The Titans move to 4-0. The Titans are a team to be reckoning with in the AFC but their offense doesn’t put fear into anybody.
New Orleans 30 – San Francisco 17
The Saints won a game they need to win. Big day for McAllister who carried 20 times for 73 yards and had a 10-yard reception to convert a third down
New York Jets 56 – Arizona 35
Brett Favre throws 6 touchdowns in Jets rout. Awful performance by the Cardinals.

Carolina 24 – Atlanta 9
Jake Delhomme threw two touchdowns to lead the Panthers to a 24-9 win. Despite the loss, no one expected the Falcons to be 2-2 through 4 games.
Jacksonville 30 – Houston 27
The Jaguars won a must-win game today and were able to hold off the Texans. Next up Pittsburgh
San Diego 28 – Oakland 18
The Raiders could have easily won this game. San Diego needs to shore up their defense if they want to return to the AFC championship game again.

Buffalo 31 – St. Louis 14
The Bills move to 4-0 for the first time in 16 years
Washington 26 – Dallas 24
The Redskins were the more physical team today and that was the difference in the game. The Redskins continue to get better every week and they’re one of the seasons early surprises.
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