Green Bay Packers

The Green Bay Packers had an impressive weekend with an easy, humiliating win over the San Francisco 49ers while the Atlanta Falcons and Cincinnati Bengals continue to look great. The New Orleans Saints and Chicago Bears finally have a win this season while the Kansas City Chiefs, Miami Dolphins and Philadelphia Eagles are quickly approaching the place where they won’t have anything left to play for this season.

Baltimore Ravens (1-3) 23  Pittsburgh Steelers (2-2) 20: The Ravens finally win a game, needing overtime and two miserable fourth quarter Josh Scobee misses to get it. Happening in Heinz Field against a hated rival makes it even sweeter.

New York Jets (3-1) 27  Miami Dolphins (1-3) 14: In London, the Dolphins continued to look miserable with another division loss, as the offensive and defensive lines keep getting destroyed. Chris Ivory rushed for 166 yards.

Jacksonville Jaguars (1-3) 13  Indianapolis Colts (2-2) 16: Adam Vinatieri scored the winning overtime field goal, while Matt Hasselbeck stepped in for Andrew Luck to keep pulling the Colts back after the Jags held the lead for almost the entire game.

New York Giants (2-2) 24  Buffalo Bills (2-2) 10: Eli Manning threw an interception, but also three touchdown passes as the Giants took advantage of 17 Bills penalties.

Carolina Panthers (4-0) 37  Tampa Bay Buccaneers (1-3) 23: The offensive didn’t have to do too much as Jameis Winston threw four interceptions and the Bucs turned the ball over five times. Cam Newton threw two touchdown passes.

Philadelphia Eagles (1-3) 20  Washington Redskins (2-2) 23: The Redskins pull off some late fourth quarter magic as Kirk Cousins throws a touchdown pass to Pierre Garcon, while the Eagles sink to the bottom of the NFC East.

Oakland Raiders (2-2) 22  Chicago Bears (1-3) 24: The Bears finally win a game as Jay Cutler comes back to throw two touchdown passes, and Robbie Gould scores a 49-yard field goal on the final play of the game to win it.

Houston Texans (1-3) 21  Atlanta Falcons (4-0) 48: Devonta Freeman scored three touchdowns and Matt Ryan didn’t need anything special from Julio Jones as the Texans continue to look mostly sad an incompetent offensively.

Kansas City Chiefs (1-3) 21  Cincinnati Bengals (4-0) 36: Andy Dalton doesn’t make mistakes while the rushing duo of Giovani Bernard and Jeremy Hill produced four touchdowns, while the Chiefs keep on struggling in a very disappointing start to this season.

Cleveland Browns (1-3) 27  San Diego Chargers (2-2) 30: Josh Lambo missed a field goal, but got another chance thanks to an offside call. He hit the second attempt from closer, winning the game as time expired for the Chargers.

Green Bay Packers (4-0) 17  San Francisco 49ers (1-3) 3: The Packers finally beat the sad looking 49ers in another sad afternoon for them in a home stadium that looks incredibly unwelcoming to its own team.

St. Louis Rams (2-2) 24  Arizona Cardinals (3-1) 22: Carson Palmer lost the individual battle to Nick Foles and Todd Gurley had one heck of a NFL debut with 146 rushing yards to make things in the NFC West even more interesting.

Minnesota Vikings (2-2) 20  Denver Broncos (4-0) 23: Another bad game from Peyton Manning (one touchdown, two interceptions) is erased with some excellent defense and a game winning field goal by Brandon McManus with 1:51 left on the clock.

Dallas Cowboys (2-2) 20  New Orleans Saints (1-3) 26: Drew Brees found C.J. Spiller for a 81-yard touchdown on the opening play of overtime to win the game, as the crippled Cowboys offense was able to keep up this time. The defense, with one terrible moment of confusion, couldn’t.

Detroit Lions (0-4) 10  Seattle Seahawks (2-2) 13: Once again, a Monday Night Football game in Seattle ends with a referee making a mistake in favor of the home team and probably deciding the game. The Lions still don’t have a win, the Seahawks still don’t look like a very good football team.

NFC

NFC East
WLTPCTDIVCONFPFPASTK
Dallas Cowboys220.5002–02–295101L2
New York Giants220.5001–11–210282W2
Washington Redskins220.5001–12–17879W1
Philadelphia Eagles130.2500–20–37886L1

 

NFC North
WLTPCTDIVCONFPFPASTK
Green Bay Packers4001.0001–03–011371W4
Minnesota Vikings220.5001–01–18073L1
Chicago Bears130.2500–10–368125W1
Detroit Lions040.0000–10–26696L4

 

NFC West
WLTPCTDIVCONFPFPASTK
Arizona Cardinals310.6671–13–114873L1
St. Louis Rams220.5002–02–17487W1
Seattle Seahawks220.5000–12–28771W2
San Francisco 49ers130.2500–11–248110L3

AFC

NFC South
WLTPCTDIVCONFPFPASTK
Carolina Panthers4001.0002–02–010871W4
Atlanta Falcons4001.0000–03–013793W4
Tampa Bay Buccaneers130.2501–11–172117L2
New Orleans Saints130.2500–21–386104W1
AFC East
WLTPCTDIVCONFPFPASTK
New England Patriots3001.0001–03–011970W3
New York Jets310.7501–03–09555W1
Buffalo Bills220.5001–12–111092L1
Miami Dolphins130.2500–20–36591L3
AFC North
WLTPCTDIVCONFPFPASTK
Cincinnati Bengals4001.0001–04–012177W4
Pittsburgh Steelers220.5000–10–29675L1
Baltimore Ravens130.2501–11–393104W1
Cleveland Browns130.2500–01–375102L2
AFC South
WLTPCTDIVCONFPFPASTK
Indianapolis Colts220.5002–02–27293W2
Tennessee Titans120.3330–10–28977L2
Houston Texans130.2500–00–177108L1
Jacksonville Jaguars130.2500–11–262107L2
AFC West
WLTPCTDIVCONFPFPASTK
Denver Broncos4001.0001–02–09769W4
Oakland Raiders220.5000–02–197108L1
San Diego Chargers220.5000–01–196110W1
Kansas City Chiefs130.2500–11–2100125L3
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