After four weeks, the NFC North has been anything but predictable.
Preseason favorite Green Bay Packers currently stand at 2-2 and are third in the division. The Detroit Lions, who many thought would build off a successful 2011 campaign, have been one of the league's biggest disappointments, as they find themselves in the division basement with a 1-3 record.
The biggest surprise is the Minnesota Vikings.
Through the first quarter of the season, Minnesota has already equaled their 2011 win total with three. Anyone thinking this mini-run is a fluke should remember that this team took down the mighty San Francisco 49ers and backed it up with a solid win on the road in Detroit.
The Chicago Bears are tied with Minnesota at 3-1 and impressed many with their win over the Dallas Cowboys on Monday night.