If any team can beat Green Bay in Green Bay, please step forward ...
Week 4 Power Rankings are here, and there is no movement at the very top. Why? Because Aaron Rodgers keeps Meryl Streeping his peers.
We should state that the top five remains fully intact, a rare occurrence in the Power Rankings. The real movement starts in the six hole, once the residence of the Chiefs. One of the surprise outfits in the NFL -- and Week 3 -- lives there now, led by a quarterback who technically has a Super Bowl ring (even though he only threw 29 passes during said title campaign).
As for your favorite team, take a gander below. Per the usual, your take on such subjects are always appreciated: @HarrisonNFL is the place.
Let the dissension commence!
Gosh, how pleasant Sunday mornings must be in New England these days ... I'll take the clam chowder and a side of 119 points in three games, please.
All that talk about culture change in Washington will be tested (again) this week, per the 15-year story arc of a franchise always in need of said culture change.
As for the 0-3 start, fans will have to accept that Joe Flacco needs pieces around him for Baltimore to succeed -- starting with a secondary that can cover the other QB's wideouts.
Watching the Lions feels like watching that scene in "Cast Away" where Tom Hanks extracts his molar with an ice skate. Many thought Detroit, fresh off the franchise's winningest season since 1991, would continue to roll sans Ndamukong Suh. Not exactly. Suh, of course, has yet to make much of an impact in South Beach, but I'm thinking the Lions could've used the big man's services to get some pressure on Peyton Manning in key moments Sunday night. (Though Suh wouldn't have made a difference on the nail-in-the-coffin TD strike to Owen Daniels -- Peyton read Detroit's defense like a book and got the ball out of his hands before the blitz could take effect.) Felt bad for Darius Slay, though. How can you cover better than this? And that wasn't the only time he got posterized on national TV Sunday night.
*Dear Fin fans,
We feel for you.