Articles tagged "Week 4"
RGIII, Washington 'D' Lead 'Skins to First 'W'
A cumbersome quarterback is vulnerable behind a leaky offensive line, and Matt Flynn had Raiders fans missing Terrelle Pryor as RGIII improves.
NFL Teams Set Record With 205 Passing Touchdowns In First Four Weeks
Teams have combined for 205 touchdown passes through Week 4, the most through the first four weeks of any season in NFL history. The previous high was 196 in 2011.
Higher Learning: The All-Time Subtance Abuse Team
In light of the recent Von Miller/Aldon Smith suspensions, CHFF's Michael Quinn has put together a squad "loaded" with talent, the All-Time Substance Abuse team.
Let The Chips Fall Where They May: Kelly's Eagles In Trouble
The Eagles weren't expected to defeat the Broncos, but no one thought they would be disgraced. After a 52-20 loss, Kelly's team will be tested.
Meet the New Gronk: Browns Tight End Jordan Cameron
Cleveland tight end Jordan Cameron had 10 catches for 91 yards and a touchdown in the Browns’ 17-6 win over Cincinnati. Cameron has five receiving touchdowns, tied for the most by a tight end in September in NFL history. The last tight end to accomplish the feat was New England’s Rob Gronkowski in 2011.
NFL Bottom Line: Stats That Defined Each Week 4 Game
CHFF Insider Justin Henry explains Peyton Manning's dominance, the emerging Lions and Titans, and the bottoming out of the Steelers and Giants.
5 Things, Take 2: Rivers is (Runner-Up) MVP, Welker for MHD (Most Happy Dude)
Colonel Comey digests six more hours of football and churns out new nuggets, including the rebirth of Rivers, the embarrassment of the NFL replay system, and the lizards eating Wes Welker's legs.
Bolt Power: Philip Rivers Shreds Dallas Defense
San Diego reversed recent trends with their nine-point victory over the Cowboys. Entering Week 4, the Chargers ranked No. 32 in Defensive Real QB Rating, Total Team Yards Allowed, Total Team Yards Differential and No. 32 in Defensive Hog Index. When the smoke cleared, San Diego out-gained Dallas 506-317.
Denver Obliterates Philadelphia; On Pace to Obliterate Scoring Record
No. 18 Peyton Manning is still on pace for 64 touchdowns. He averaged 9.3 Real Passing Yards Per Attempt and completed 28/34 passes for 327 yards. The Broncos had 18 first downs … in the third quarter, and outscored Philadelphia 21-0 in the quarter to put the game out of reach after a 21-13 halftime lead.
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