What a crazy Week Four it was in the NFL; six games decided by three points or less, including three game-winning field goals. Donovan McNabb’s return to Philly was a successful one, while his replacement Michael Vick left the game with a rib injury.
The Browns finally got into the win column while the Rams notched two straight victories for the first time since Week Seven of the 2008 season. For the second straight week, the top two teams fall and a new No. 1 takes over.
24. St. Louis Rams (28): The St. Louis Rams have won more games in the past 10 days than they won all of last season. QB Sam Bradford is the real deal and is only going to get better.
25. Arizona Cardinals (21): Anybody else think that Larry Fitzgerald is at least slightly envious of his former teammate Boldin right about now?
26. Seattle Seahawks (20): Two wins against teams that were expected to be good (San Francisco and San Diego) and two losses against teams that were expected to struggle mightily (Denver and St. Louis). Go figure. They face Chicago after the bye and the Bears should be a big favorite. In other words, put your money on Seattle...