Week 4 Power Rankings: Last season’s contenders continue to struggle as Bears, Titans pick up huge wins

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With the first quarter of the NFL season out of the way, it’s safe to say that this year is shaping up to be an interesting one. Only two undefeated teams remain, and just one team is currently winless. Four teams are starting rookie quarterbacks, and 39-year old Drew Brees is playing at an MVP level. The Chicago Bears and Miami Dolphins are leading their divisions, while the Atlanta Falcons and Pittsburgh Steelers are bringing up the rear in theirs. Stay tuned, folks, this could be one for the books.

 

TRENDING UP: The Chicago Bears ended FitzMagic with a bang this week by destroying the Buccaneers in a shocking blowout, crushing Tampa so badly that the beloved Ryan Fitzpatrick was benched by the end of the first half. At 3-1, they have command over the NFC North, a division they were nearly unanimously projected to finish last in. As referenced last week, it appears there was an overreaction to the poor start from the New England Patriots. Coming into Week 4 at 1-2 and two games behind the Dolphins, Brady and Co. destroyed Miami, looking much more like their old selves. The Cincinnati Bengals’ strong start appeared to be a fluke after they lost in Week 3, but a win over the Falcons is nothing to scoff at, especially when it pushes you to 3-1 on the season.

 

TRENDING DOWN: The defending champion Philadelphia Eagles have shown strong signs of a Super Bowl hangover through the first quarter of the season, as they sleep walked to an ugly loss against the Titans to drop to 2-2. They aren’t the only team with high expectations to struggle though, as the Minnesota Vikings fell to a shocking 1-2-1 with their Thursday night loss to the Rams. Neither team has gotten off to the start they expected to, but there is time to right the ship. Time may be running out, however, for the Atlanta Falcons, who dropped to 1-3 this week with a loss to Cincinnati. In an extremely tough NFC South, Atlanta is stuck in the cellar and will have to salvage the season quickly.

 

Rank Owen Stewart Owen Marshall Noah Siderhurst Madison Varner Samantha Little
1

4-0

4-0

4-0

4-0

4-0

2

4-0

4-0

4-0

4-0

4-0

3

3-1

↑ 2

2-1

↑ 3

2-1

↓ 1

3-1

↑ 3

3-1

4

2-1

3-1

↑ 1

3-1

↑ 5

3-1

 

2-1

↑ 2

5

3-1

↑ 1

3-1

↑ 2

3-1

3-1

↑ 15

3-1

↑ 3

6

3-1

↑ 9

3-1

↑ 10

2-1-1

2-1-1

↑ 3

2-1-1

↑ 1

7

2-1-1

↑ 3

2-1-1

↑ 2

3-1

↑ 6

3-1

↓ 2

3-1

↑ 10

8

2-2

↑ 4

2-2

↑ 10

3-1

3-1

↑ 4

3-1

↑ 4

9

2-2

↓ 6

2-2

↓ 6

3-1

↑ 9

 

3-1

↑ 8

2-2

↑ 5

10

3-1

↑ 3

3-1

↑ 1

3-1

↑ 7

2-2

↑ 11

2-2

↓ 6

11

1-2-1

↓ 4

3-1

↑ 14

2-2

↓ 5

3-1

↑ 5

3-1

↑ 7

12

3-1

↑ 4

1-2-1

↓ 8

3-1

↑ 15

2-2

↓ 9

1-2-1

↓ 7

13

3-1

↑ 6

3-1

1-2-1

↓ 3

3-1

↓ 6

3-1

↑ 6

14

3-1

↓ 5

3-1

2-2

↓ 1

2-1

↑ 1

3-1

↓ 4

15

2-1

↑ 2

2-1

↑ 5

2-1

↓ 1

1-2-1

↓ 5

2-1

↑ 1

16

1-2-1

↓ 5

2-2

↓ 4

1-2-1

↓ 9

1-2-1

↓ 8

1-2-1

↓ 5

17

2-2

↓ 3

1-3

↓ 9

2-2

↓ 5

2-2

↓ 3

1-3

↓ 8

18

1-3

↓ 10

2-2

↓ 3

2-2

↓ 2

2-2

↓ 5

2-2

↓ 5

19

2-2

↓ 1

2-2

↑ 10

1-3

↓ 8

2-2

↑ 8

2-2

↑ 4

20

2-2

↑ 2

1-2-1

↓ 10

2-2

↓ 1

2-2

↓ 1

2-2

↑ 5

21

2-2

↑ 8

2-2

↑ 3

2-2

↑ 1

1-3

↓ 10

2-2

↓ 1

22

1-2-1

↓ 2

2-2

↓ 3

2-2

↑ 4

2-2

↑ 4

1-2-1

↓ 1

23

1-3

↑ 7

1-2-1

↓ 1

1-2-1

1-2-1

↓ 1

2-2

↑ 6

24

2-2

↓ 3

1-3

↑ 6

1-3

↑ 7

1-3

↑ 6

1-3

↑ 7

25

1-3

↑ 6

1-3

↑ 6

1-3

↑ 5

1-3

↓ 2

1-3

↑ 5

26

1-3

↓ 3

1-3

1-3

↓ 1

1-3

↓ 1

1-3

↓ 4

27

1-3

↓ 1

1-3

↓ 10

1-3

↓ 7

1-3

↑ 4

1-3

28

1-3

↓ 3

1-3

↓ 7

1-3

↓ 7

1-3

↓ 10

1-3

↓ 4

29

1-3

↓ 2

1-3

↓ 6

1-3

1-3

↓ 1

1-3

↓ 6

30

1-3

↓ 6

1-3

↓ 3

1-3

↓ 2

1-3

↓ 6

1-3

↓ 2

31

1-3

↓ 3

1-3

↓ 2

1-3

↓ 7

1-3

↓ 2

1-3

↓ 5

32

0-4

0-4

0-4

0-4

0-4

 

 

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