NFL: Quick Strikes From Week Four Action


The Seattle Seahawks were victorious in the most recent NFL Monday Night Football action and for the second time in recent memory, they won in controversial fashion.

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  • On an apparently blown call by the referees, a Charles Johnson fumble that would have resulted in a touchdown, was batted out of the end zone by Seattle’s K.J. Wright and should have been flagged for what the NFL terms an “illegal batting of the ball.” Instead, the touchback stood and the Detroit Lions were losers for the fourth straight time in 2015 by a 13-10 margin.

    The other play in question came a few seasons ago, also in Seattle that saw the ‘Hawks defeat the Green Bay Packers on a questionable touchdown. With the Seattle/Detroit game closing the books on week four in the NFL, it’s time to provide commentary on the 32 teams in short fashion as to what they experienced last weekend.

    Arizona Cardinals: The Rams stayed closed with the Steelers and closed the deal on the hot Cards.

    Atlanta Falcons: Unbeaten at 4-0, the Falcons absolutely destroyed the Texans. I wonder if J.J. Watt is enjoying the 2015 ride thus far?

    Baltimore Ravens: A nicely wrapped gift victory complements of a porous Steelers rush defense, some poor play calling, and EX-Steeler, Josh Scobee.

    Buffalo Bills: Typical Bills…up and down roller coaster season.

    Carolina Panthers: A key divisional win for the Panthers as the Bucs continue to try to establish an identity.

    Chicago Bears: The thought here was that the upstart Raiders would win, but a Robbie Gould last second field goal spoiled the pick.

    Cincinnati Bengals: Are the unbeaten Bengals worrying Steelers fans? Not if both teams get to the playoffs. That’s because Cincinnati can win all they want in the regular season but until they advance deep into the post-season, their record getting there doesn’t mean much.

    Cleveland Browns: Almost does not count in the win column. Losers again.

    Dallas Cowboys: The ‘Boys are giving it the good fight without a Romo and a Bryant. Funny that the Steelers are missing a Big Ben and Bryant…that is until this Monday night when one half returns.

    Denver Broncos: Peyton is keeping Denver ahead of the pack and the Broncos are finding ways to win.

    Detroit Lions: In the words of Myron Cope…”YOI.” Detroit got robbed. They could have used the win since it would have been their first of the season.

    Green Bay Packers: Best team in the NFC? For the moment…YES.

    Houston Texans: Big trouble in big Texas.

    Indianapolis Colts: Without any Luck, they still beat the hapless Jaguars.

    Jacksonville Jaguars: When will the fortunes of the Jags turnaround…even a LITTLE bit? Keep waiting Jax fans it’s going to be a long ride.

    Kansas City Chiefs: Do not take this team lightly. Despite getting whacked by Cincinnati, they are still dangerous.

    Miami Dolphins: So they lose in London and then lose a coach. By choice. Another team in trouble.

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    Minnesota Vikings: The Vikes may not make the playoffs but they will give every team they face a good fight.

    New England Patriots: An early bye week only gives them more time to strategize about who they beat next.

    New Orleans Saints: Another loss at home would have stung.

    New York Giants: They won again but something tells me they just aren’t that good.

    New York Jets: A solid defense against a team spiraling out of control. The Jets offense does not scare anyone.

    Oakland Raiders: It always stinks letting one get away.

    Philadelphia Eagles: Losing to the Redskins? For real?

    Pittsburgh Steelers: Stick the stinker in the “forget about it” bin. Time to move on.

    San Diego Chargers: Pittsburgh’s next opponent is so unpredictable it’s scary.

    San Francisco 49ers: How much longer will Colin Kaepernick be the QB?

    Seattle Seahawks: Lucky…lucky…lucky. But still, Russell Wilson is a great quarterback most of the time and so much fun to watch.

    St. Louis Rams: Surprise win of week four.

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers: They are certainly improved and will win a few more this season.

    Tennessee Titans: This is the model of rebuilding.

    Washington Redskins: The ‘Skins are going to make it a habit this season of being spoilers.

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