This has been a great year in the NFL so far.
That is, of course, if your favorite team isn't a lethargic shell of its previous self, you aren't getting slaughtered in your picks against the spread and you don't spend the majority of your nights crying hysterically.
Hopefully, Week 5 will be an improvement, but that is an odd thing to say especially since the quality of the games this year have been unnaturally good. This is more about the healing of the soul. I need a few things to go right for me this weekend in the NFL.
In hopes of lightening up the mood, not only in my heart but in the "Oh man, Walter Payton did drugs" depressed beings, I have decided to bring back the "Extraordinary Guide to NFL Week X" column. The main factor in its return is the fact that there are only 13 games this week, and not the usual 16 that have my fingers on the verge of becoming rheumatoid at the end of writing this.
Here it is, and may your week 5 be less enjoyable then mine: