February 27, 2024

Week 4 of the NFL season started Thursday night with a Detroit Lions win over the Green Bay Packers. Detroit ran for 211 yards and three scores to move to 3-1 on the season. On Sunday morning, the NFL’s international play started up with the Atlanta Falcons and Jacksonville Jaguars facing off in London, where big plays by the Jaguars’ defense — including a pick-six — helped Jacksonville to a win.

Later, the Buffalo Bills‘ offense emphatically handed the Miami Dolphins their first loss of the season, the Washington Commanders took the Philadelphia Eagles to OT (then lost) and rookie receiver Puka Nacua caught his first touchdown pass to give the Los Angeles Rams an OT win over the Indianapolis Colts.

Our NFL Nation reporters reacted to all the action, answering lingering questions coming out of each game and picking out who — or what — is rising and falling for every team. Let’s get to it.

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Just how far can the Eagles take this unbeaten streak? It wasn’t the prettiest performance — untimely penalties nearly led to the Eagles’ first loss of the season — but they escaped their first divisional game with a win in overtime to improve to 4-0. Their next two games — at the Rams and Jets — are winnable. They’ll look to stockpile victories before a rough stretch that includes the Dolphins, Cowboys, Chiefs, Bills and 49ers.

Stock up after the win: WR A.J. Brown. It was just a couple of weeks ago when a frustrated Brown was seen in a heated conversation with quarterback Jalen Hurts during a win over the Vikings in which he finished with 29 yards. Since then, his production has rocketed, eclipsing 130 receiving yards each of the past two weeks. He picked up his first two touchdowns of the season Sunday, including one with under two minutes remaining to put Philly ahead.

Stock down after the win: S Terrell Edmunds. Getting the start for the injured Justin Evans, Edmunds had a pair of unnecessary roughness penalties and failed to come up with an interception in the end zone of a wayward pass by a hurried Sam Howell. For as strong as this roster is overall, safety is one of the few vulnerable spots. — Tim McManus

Next game: at Rams (Sunday, 4:05 p.m. ET)


How did Washington respond after its Week 3 loss to the Bills? This is a resilient team. In Sunday’s loss, Washington showed it could match arguably the NFC’s top team, one week after losing to Buffalo by 34. With winnable games upcoming against Chicago, Atlanta and the New York Giants, Washington needed a bounce-back effort to gain momentum. Under coach Ron Rivera, the Commanders have gone from 2-7 to 7-9 in 2020, 2-6 to 7-10 in 2021, and 2-6 to 8-8-1 last year. It starts with playing well.

Stock up after the loss: QB Sam Howell. One week after throwing four interceptions and being sacked nine times, Howell responded. He completed 29 of 40 passes for 291 yards. He led two game-tying fourth-quarter drives, ending the second with a touchdown pass on the final play of regulation.

Stock down after the loss: CB Emmanuel Forbes. The 19th overall pick in 2023 is off to an inconsistent start in the NFL and struggled again Sunday. He was involved in multiple big plays, including one in which he bit on a double move by receiver A.J. Brown, resulting in a touchdown. Brown then beat him again for a long TD to put Philly up late. — John Keim

Next game: vs. Bears (Thursday, 8:15 p.m. ET)


What will Cooper Kupp‘s eventual return mean for rookie Puka Nacua? There’s no doubt this Rams offense will be better with Kupp, but with the emergence of Nacua, the unit may have the balance at receiver it was missing last season. Before Kupp was hurt in Week 10, he had a 31% target share and was clearly Matthew Stafford’s first option. But even with Kupp’s return, don’t expect the Rams to go away from Nacua, who had nine catches for 163 yards in Indianapolis, including the game-winning touchdown reception in OT.

Stock up after the win: RB Kyren Williams. Williams had the first 100-yard rushing game of his career, running for 103 yards on 25 carries. Williams’ five rushing touchdowns (he has six total) are the most by a Rams player through four games since Marshall Faulk had five in 2000.

Stock down after the win: K Brett Maher. With former Rams kicker Matt Gay on the other sideline, Maher missed two field goals on Sunday. It marked his first two misses under 50 yards this season. — Sarah Barshop

Next game: vs. Eagles (Sunday, 4:05 p.m. ET)


When will Anthony Richardson take the next step toward consistency? Richardson showed the best and worst of his game, missing some easy reads for potential big plays and throwing errantly to some open receivers. But Richardson was splendid in parts of the second half, leading a comeback from a 23-0 deficit with his running ability and with some impressive and confident throws. He completed 6 of 11 attempts for 118 yards and two touchdowns in the second half and ran for another score. But the next step — as it is for all rookies — is to produce more consistent results.

Stock up after the loss: TE Drew Ogletree. He had two massive catches on the Colts’ game-tying drive: a 22-yard reception that put the Colts in position to score and then the 5-yard touchdown catch that tied the game.

Stock down after the loss: The pass rush. It gave Matthew Stafford an inordinate amount of time in the pocket before intensifying its pressure with a handful of blitzes late in the game. With Colts All-Pro defensive tackle DeForest Buckner limited by injury, Stafford completed 14 of his first 18 attempts. — Stephen Holder

Next game: at Titans (Sunday, 1 p.m. ET)



Stafford finds Nacua for walk-off Rams TD

The Rams get the win over the Colts as Matthew Stafford finds Puka Nacua for a touchdown in overtime.


Can the Texans compete for the AFC South title? The short answer is yes. Everyone in the AFC South is 2-2. The Texans beat the Jacksonville Jaguars, the betting favorites to win the division, in Week 3. The division is wide open, and the Texans, on paper, seem to have a favorable schedule. They face the New York Jets, Denver Broncos, and Carolina Panthers, who have combined for two wins through four weeks.

Stock up after the win: WR Nico Collins. He had seven catches for 168 yards and two touchdowns after having 34 yards last week.

Stock down after the win: WR Tank Dell. After a dominant performance against the Jaguars, Dell posted one catch for 16 yards on three targets as Collins became the main contributor. — DJ Bien-Aime

Next game: at Falcons (Sunday, 1 p.m. ET)


Is there any hope for the Steelers’ offense? The answer to this question largely depends on the health of quarterback Kenny Pickett, who left the Steelers’ loss late in the third quarter after sustaining a knee injury on a fourth-down sack. With a yard to gain at the 33, Pickett took the snap out of a shotgun formation, and when pressure came from the right, he spun out of the pocket to his left — directly into Texans defensive end Jonathan Greenard, who came around the outside of left tackle Broderick Jones. What little offensive momentum the Steelers’ gained against the Raiders was completely gone in Houston. The Steelers were shut out in the first half for the first time since 2021. There’s no sugarcoating it: It was bad, and the Steelers’ offense is directionless.

Stock up after the loss: RB Najee Harris. The offense largely reverted to the listless unit of the first two weeks, but Harris (15 touches, 103 yards) was its best weapon in the second half.

Stock down after the loss: Pass rush. The Steelers didn’t record a single sack (marking the first game this season without one for T.J. Watt) and C.J. Stroud passed for over 300 yards. — Brooke Pryor

Next game: vs. Ravens (Sunday, 1 p.m. ET)


Has the Titans’ offense finally woken up? The Titans’ offense exploded for its most points in regulation since a 27-17 win over the Green Bay Packers in Week 11. Offensive coordinator Tim Kelly was in a groove with a well-mixed blend of running and passing calls. Tennessee will be a problem if it can continue getting efficient play from running back Derrick Henry and the offensive line. The Titans are at their best when they play this kind of complementary football, which should carry over to next week against the Colts.

Stock up after the win: Defensive coordinator Shane Bowen. The Titans’ defense rebounded from last week with a suffocating performance against the Bengals, holding them to 165 passing yards and three points.

Stock down after the win: Ball security. The Titans had a relatively complete game, but they did fumble three times. Fortunately for them, they were able to recover each. — Turron Davenport

Next game: at Colts (Sunday, 1 p.m. ET)


Are the Bengals broken? Based on four games, that certainly appears to be the case. All the conditions were set for the Bengals to have a big offensive day — great weather, a porous Titans pass defense and QB Joe Burrow being a full participant at practice Thursday and Friday. And yet the offense couldn’t muster anything outside of one good drive to start the game. That left the defense on the field, and the Titans rolled, scoring 27 unanswered points. The Bengals have to fix a litany of issues if they hope to be a playoff team.

Stock up after the loss: TE Tanner Hudson. The practice squad call-up had two catches for 18 yards and showed why he might be worthy of more snaps.

Stock down after the loss: QB Joe Burrow. Burrow hasn’t looked like himself as he continues to deal with a calf injury. He went 20-of-30 for 165 yards and a lost fumble. — Ben Baby

Next game: at Cardinals (Sunday, 4:05 p.m. ET)



Titans pull out the trickery on Derrick Henry’s jump TD pass

With Ryan Tannehill lined up at receiver, Derrick Henry takes a direct snap and throws a short touchdown pass to Josh Whyle.


How did the offense improve after struggling in Week 3? Quarterback Baker Mayfield said earlier this week the Bucs needed to be more aggressive and make big plays early, and they did that, throwing on first down more than in previous weeks. Mayfield hit WR Mike Evans on an 18-yard completion to open the game. Evans would leave with a hamstring injury at the end of the second quarter, but TE Cade Otton and WR Trey Palmer each caught touchdown passes.

Stock up after the win: S Antoine Winfield Jr. He sacked Derek Carr for a 4-yard loss, then forced and recovered a fumble at the New Orleans’ 6-yard line to set up a Trey Palmer touchdown. He also tackled RB Alvin Kamara for a 6-yard loss and had a pass breakup.

Stock down after the win: DL Mike Greene. Greene drew a roughing the passer penalty in the first quarter that resulted in a field goal for the Saints. He was one of several young Bucs players who combined for 11 penalties on the day. — Jenna Laine

Next game: vs. Lions (Sunday, Oct. 15, 1 p.m. ET)


How do the Saints fix this offense? The question last week was whether the Saints’ offense could succeed without QB Derek Carr, but after a troubling performance against the Buccaneers, it’s worth asking whether it’s able to succeed with him. The Saints couldn’t do much of anything for most of this game, even with the return of RB Alvin Kamara. The Saints were booed multiple times and Carr fumbled late in the game. They’ll need to regroup with another road slate coming up.

Stock up after the loss: DT Bryan Bresee. The rookie first-round pick appears to have become a bigger part of the game plan as of late and got a key tackle for loss in the run game and also registered his first solo sack.

Stock down after the loss: OC Pete Carmichael. The Saints looked completely inept, from their playcalling to their execution, mustering 197 total yards. While part of that could be put on an injured Carr, the coaches also haven’t put the offense in a position to succeed. — Katherine Terrell

Next game: at Patriots (Sunday, 1 p.m. ET)


Are the Bills the best team in the AFC? There’s a pretty good case for Buffalo. The Dolphins came in widely considered to be the class of the AFC, especially after putting up 70 points last week. After back-and-forth scores to start the game, the Bills controlled all three phases and limited the high-powered Dolphins offense to six points after giving up two touchdowns to start the game. The Bills’ offense was balanced and quarterback Josh Allen looked unstoppable, completing 21 of 25 passes (84%) for 320 yards, four touchdowns (along with one rushing score), in addition to the first perfect passer rating of his career.

Stock up after the win: WR Stefon Diggs. If there was any doubt about Diggs’ connection with Allen, this game put an exclamation point on what the pair can do. Diggs caught six passes for 120 yards and three touchdowns, marking his third game with three receiving touchdowns as a member of the Bills, the most in team history.

Stock down after the win: The defensive backfield. The Bills suffered a number of injuries in this game with No. 1 outside corner Tre’Davious White carted off the field with an Achilles injury after returning from a torn ACL last Thanksgiving. Corner Christian Benford had a shoulder X-rayed, but he was able to return, and nickel corner Taron Johnson sustained an injury in the fourth quarter. — Alaina Getzenberg

Next game: vs. Jaguars in London (Sunday, 9:30 a.m. ET)


What did we learn about the offense, and how does it bounce back? For starters, we learned the Dolphins will not put up 700 yards every week. We also learned defenses can make life difficult for quarterback Tua Tagovailoa if they’re able to apply pressure. Tagovailoa was pressured more by the Bills (14 times) on Sunday than he had been in his previous three games combined. He was sacked once entering Sunday; that number ballooned to five by the final whistle. Miami has to find a way to respond when defenses disrupt its timing. Luckily, it gets home games against the New York Giants and Carolina Panthers over the next two weeks to figure it out.

Stock up after the loss: RB De’Von Achane. The rookie had 101 yards and two touchdowns on eight carries. He’s making a case to take over as the starting running back.

Stock down after the loss: CB Kader Kohou. The second-year cornerback might have nightmares about Stefon Diggs after allowing 120 yards, three touchdowns and a perfect 158.3 passer rating as the nearest defender. — Marcel Louis-Jacques

Next game: vs. Giants (Sunday, 1 p.m. ET)


How can the Broncos fix a defense that has surrendered 98 points the last two weeks combined? Let’s be clear: Win or no win, this Broncos defense doesn’t pressure opposing quarterbacks enough or control the line of scrimmage and there are too many missed tackles. The scheme is to blame for some of that, but the Broncos’ best players also are not doing enough — barring a three-sack day from Nik Bonitto. Roster help isn’t on the way, but the fact Justin Fields finished the first half 16-of-17 for 231 yards and three TDs isn’t just a coaching problem — it’s an effort and production problem, too.

Stock up after the win: RB Jaleel McLaughlin. McLaughlin was the most consistently impactful player in the Broncos’ offense Sunday, and his explosiveness is desperately needed in an offense that hasn’t stressed opposing defenses enough.

Stock down after the win: Defensive coordinator Vance Joseph. He hasn’t had enough answers, especially when the team is in the nickel — 98 points allowed in the past two games alone — and with little production from the defensive front and too many missed tackles and blown assignments, Joseph will continue to feel the heat from the fans and likely his boss. — Jeff Legwold

Next game: vs. Jets (Sunday, 4:25 p.m. ET)


How do the Bears recover from such a gut-wrenching loss? Chicago built a 21-point lead through the third quarter on a day when it looked like they found solutions to their offensive issues. Offensive coordinator Luke Getsy injected a heavy dose of play-action into the game plan and got DJ Moore, Cole Kmet and Darnell Mooney involved often. But all the goodwill the Bears built up dissipated in the second half. The defense allowed Russell Wilson to cook on third down. The Bears faced the worst defense in the NFL and could not close the door in a game that they should have won.

Stock up after the loss: QB Justin Fields. Despite the loss, Fields looked the most comfortable he has been all season and had a career day with four passing touchdowns and 335 passing yards.

Stock down after the loss: Matt Eberflus. The Bears coach, who calls the defense, has to answer why his unit allowed the Broncos to erase Chicago’s three-touchdown lead and his decision-making in critical moments, such as not attempting a field goal late in the game on fourth-and-1 from the Broncos’ 18-yard line with the score tied. — Courtney Cronin

Next game: at Commanders (Thursday, 8:15 p.m. ET)



How Justin Jefferson is still rewriting the fantasy history books

Tristan Cockcroft evaluates Justin Jefferson’s fantasy game vs. the Panthers.


Did the Vikings fix their defense? Not really. The defense did some good things. It held the Panthers to six offensive points and scored a go-ahead touchdown in the third quarter on D.J. Wonnum‘s 51-yard fumble return. That performance came a week after allowing 455 passing yards to the Los Angeles Chargers and two weeks after giving up 259 rushing yards to the Philadelphia Eagles. To be fair, however, the Panthers entered this game ranked No. 27 in offensive EPA. They are a tough opponent against which to judge overall improvement.

Stock up after the win: S Harrison Smith. After a quiet first three games of the season, Smith recorded three sacks, including one to end the Panthers’ final possession, and forced the fumble that led to Wonnum’s touchdown.

Stock down after the win: QB Kirk Cousins. Cousins threw two interceptions, including his third goal-line pick of the season, and also dropped a snap on what would have been a quarterback sneak. — Kevin Seifert

Next game: vs. Chiefs (Sunday, 4:25 p.m. ET)


When can the Panthers realistically expect to win a game? With road games against Detroit and Miami up next, an Oct. 29 home game against the Houston Texans might be it — but even that has to be in question with Texans quarterback C.J. Stroud, the second pick of the draft, outplaying Carolina’s Bryce Young, the top pick. Young has been underwhelming, relying exclusively on short passes. He now has four turnovers that have led to opposing points, including a strip sack returned for a touchdown against the Vikings.

Stock up after the loss: S Sam Franklin Jr. He made the most of his opportunity after starter Xavier Woods was injured, intercepting a Kirk Cousins pass in the first quarter and returning it 99 yards for a touchdown, the longest pick-six in Panthers history.

Stock down after the loss: The running game. The stock has been plummeting since a decent effort in Week 1, but it has gotten to the point where it’s almost nonexistent and the offense is one-dimensional; Carolina averaged only 2.7 yards per attempt Sunday, including 1.5 yards by starter Miles Sanders. — David Newton

Next game: at Lions (Sunday, 1 p.m. ET)



Broncos return Fields’ fumble for a TD to tie game from 21 down

The Broncos overcome a 21-point deficit after Jonathon Cooper returns Justin Fields’ fumble 35 yards for a touchdown.


Will the Ravens run away with the AFC North title? It’s starting to look that way. Baltimore seized control of the division by routing the Deshaun Watson-less Browns while the Bengals and Steelers were upset on the road. The Ravens, who now sit alone atop the AFC North, have a 54% chance of winning the division, according to ESPN’s Football Power Index. If Baltimore wins in Pittsburgh next Sunday, the Ravens will sweep all of their AFC North road games for the first time since 2019. Lamar Jackson and the Ravens scored three touchdowns in the first half against the NFL’s top-ranked defense, which had given up one touchdown in the first three games.

Stock up after the win: Jackson in the red zone. Jackson has scored two rushing touchdowns in each of the past two games to become the eighth quarterback since the 1970 merger to record multiple touchdown runs in consecutive games.

Stock down after the win: Baltimore’s offensive line, which committed four penalties in the first half; in addition, right tackle Morgan Moses left the game with a shoulder injury. This is just more bad news for Baltimore, which hasn’t had left tackle Ronnie Stanley (knee) for the past three games. — Jamison Hensley

Next game: at Steelers (Sunday, 1 p.m. ET)


When will the Browns get QB Deshaun Watson back? The Browns had been optimistic all week that Watson would be able to play despite the injury to his right shoulder. But he wasn’t able to throw much during Friday’s practice, then was ruled out after briefly throwing Sunday during pregame. Despite it being so early in the season, the bye now comes at an opportune time. Given how close Watson was to playing Sunday, he should be good in time for Cleveland’s next game in two weeks against the San Francisco 49ers.

Stock up after the loss: The pass rush. The Browns gave up 166 yards to Lamar Jackson, but Myles Garrett & Co. still applied plenty of pressure — Jackson had two fumbles and lost one — which will be the team’s calling card all year.

Stock down after the loss: The running game. The Browns needed a competent running game to take the pressure off rookie quarterback Dorian Thompson-Robinson, but totaled just 93 yards on the ground, including 24 from Thompson-Robinson. — Jake Trotter

Next game: vs. 49ers (Sunday, Oct. 15, 1 p.m. ET)


Can the Jaguars get the running game going? Trevor Lawrence led the Jaguars in rushing until late in the fourth quarter. That’s not something that should ever happen with Travis Etienne Jr. in the backfield. The offensive line, even with a change at left guard (Tyler Shatley replacing Ben Bartch), wasn’t able to create a lot of space or push, especially in the middle. Etienne averaged 2.8 yards per carry (55 yards on 20 carries) against the Falcons after averaging 4.2 yards per carry in the first three weeks.

Stock up after the win: The secondary. The back seven came up with two big plays that were the difference in the game: Cornerback Darious Williams‘ 61-yard pick-six, and nickelback Tre Herndon denying Drake London‘s efforts to get both feet down in the back of the end zone on a fourth-down catch with the Jaguars leading by 13 late. That’s a 14-point swing in a game Jacksonville won by 16. Since the start of last season, only the Patriots (five) have more pick-sixes than the Jaguars (three).

Stock down after the win: Third-down offense. Issues on third down continued for a fourth consecutive week. They were marginally better against the Falcons (5-for-13, for a 38% conversion rate) than they had been in the first three weeks (29.7%), but it’s still not good enough for the offense to get back to what it was in the second half of last season. — Mike DiRocco

Next game: vs. Bills in London (Sunday, 9:30 a.m. ET)


Why does Atlanta’s offense continue to struggle early in games? The Falcons have not run more than three plays on their first possession in any game (three three-and-outs and one interception). In the first quarter Sunday, the offense ran just six plays for 5 yards while allowing two sacks and punting twice. Coach Arthur Smith and his offensive staff need to figure out a way to create early rhythm — a major talking point during each week leading into games. Talk, though, has not led to any substantial improvement.

Stock up after the loss: RB Bijan Robinson. With another 137 yards from scrimmage Sunday (105 rushing, 32 receiving), Robinson now has 452 in his first four NFL games — more than that of any other Falcons player, according to the Elias Sports Bureau. The previous mark was 445 yards from William Andrews in 1979. Robinson has become the focal point of Atlanta’s offense.

Stock down after the loss: QB Desmond Ridder. The second-year pro did settle down in the second half and finished 19-of-31 for 191 yards, one touchdown, one fumble lost and two interceptions. But the first half was not pretty, and included interceptions on back-to-back plays, making him the first quarterback to do that since Miami’s Tua Tagovailoa last year against San Francisco. Atlanta needs more from Ridder for its offense to have sustained success. — Michael Rothstein

Next game: vs. Texans (Sunday, 1 p.m. ET)



Darious Williams’ 61-yard pick-six pads Jaguars’ lead

Darious Williams picks off Desmond Ridder and takes it back 61 yards for a Jaguars touchdown.



Has David Montgomery established himself as the Lions’ lead back? After missing last week’s action with a thigh injury, Montgomery returned with a three-touchdown performance in Green Bay. He ended up with 121 rushing yards on 32 carries, while first-round rookie Jahmyr Gibbs gained 40 rushing yards off eight carries with four receptions for 11 yards. Sure, Montgomery has scored five rushing touchdowns in his first three games with the Lions, but they’ll still continue to use both guys as a tandem while riding the hot hand on a week-to-week basis.

Stock up after the win: CB Jerry Jacobs. The undrafted free agent continues to make a name for himself. He came up with five total tackles and four passes defended while becoming the first cornerback in franchise history to tally two interceptions at Green Bay since Dick LeBeau in 1968.

Stock down after the win: WR Marvin Jones Jr. The 33-year-old continued to struggle, dropping his lone target. In Week 1 at Kansas City, the veteran also dropped a pass and coughed up the first fumble of his 12-year career. His two drops through four games are tied for eighth most in the NFL. — Eric Woodyard

Next game: vs. Panthers (Sunday, 1 p.m. ET)


Are the Packers tough enough? It wouldn’t appear so, not after the Packers lost the game in the trenches. They couldn’t protect Jordan Love, who was pressured a season-high 13 times despite facing only two blitzes. The other side of the ball was no better. The Lions slammed them for 211 yards rushing. They have a mini-bye weekend to regroup after the Thursday night game, but even that might not be enough time to get tougher before their “Monday Night Football” matchup against the Raiders.

Stock up after the loss: Christian Watson. In his first action of the season following a hamstring injury, Watson caught a pair of passes for 25 yards. Both catches — a 24-yard crosser and a 1-yard touchdown — came on the opening drive of the second half. Watson played 24 of 53 snaps.

Stock down after the loss: Quay Walker. The second-year linebacker made a crucial mistake on special teams in the fourth quarter, when he got a running start and jumped over the field goal protectors — an illegal play. The penalty put the Lions’ offense back on the field, and they ran two more minutes off the clock before scoring a touchdown with six minutes to play. — Rob Demovsky

Next game: at Raiders (Monday, 8:15 p.m. ET)

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