Week 4 showcased a number of upsets to keep Divisions close all around. The Jacksonville Jaguars shocked the Indianapolis Colts to keep the AFC South interesting. Donovan McNabb led the Washington Redskins to defeat his former Philadelphia Eagles and share a hold of the NFC East lead. The Dallas Cowboys, Kansas City Chiefs, Minnesota Vikings and Tampa Bay Buccaneers are first to rest up with bye weeks now in effect. All week 4 scores are listed below.
Sunday, October 3, 2010
Atlanta Falcons 16, San Francisco 49ers 14 – Kicker Matt Bryant split one through the uprights with six seconds remaining for the Falcons to earn their third win of the season.
New York Jets 38, Buffalo Bills 14 – LaDainian Tomlinson rushed for 133 yards and two touchdowns from 19 carries.
Cleveland Browns 23, Cincinnati Bengals 20 – Terrell Owens caught 10 passes for an impressive 222 yards, but the Browns were able to hang on for their first victory of the season.
Green Bay Packers 28, Detroit Lions 26 – Aaron Rodgers completed 12-of-17 for 181 yards and three touchdowns.
Denver Broncos 26, Tennessee Titans 20 – The Broncos surged back for 10 fourth quarter points to win by six.
St Louis Rams 20, Seattle Seahawks 3 – Sam Bradford threw for 289 yards and two TD’s from 23 passes completed.
New Orleans Saints 16, Carolina Panthers 14 – John Carney kicked in three field goals for the Saints to win at home.
Baltimore Ravens 17, Pittsburgh Steelers 14 – Joe Flacco connected with T.J. Houshmandzadeh on an 18-yard pass for the go ahead score in the final minute.
Houston Texans 31, Oakland Raiders 24 – Arian Foster gained 131 yards and one TD from 16 carries.
Jacksonville Jaguars 31, Indianapolis Colts 28 – Josh Scobee kicked in the game winning field goal with no time left on the clock for Jacksonville to stun their AFC South rival Colts.
Washington Redskins 17, Philadelphia Eagles 12 – Donovan McNabb was cheered during his return to Philadelphia as he proceeded to lead his new-look Redskins to victory.
San Diego Chargers 41, Arizona Cardinals 10 – The Chargers scored 21 points in the second block to handle the Cardinals at Qualcomm Stadium.
New York Giants 17, Chicago Bears 3 – The New York Giants D sacked Chicago six times as the offense came alive for two TD’s in the second half.
Monday, October 4, 2010
New England Patriots 41, Miami Dolphins 14 – Patrick Chung blocked two kicks and scooped up an INT for six to help QB Tom Brady earn his 100th career win.