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martes, 6 de octubre de 2020

#TacleandoLaNFL Resumen de la 4ta semana en la NFL de la temporada 2020-2021

 


Tacleando la NFL Resumen de la 4ta semana en la NFL de la temporada 2020-2021

Por Daniel "Mr. Clutch" Mercado Castro

    Los Broncos (1-3) abrieron la 4ta semana con su 1era victoria en la temporada al derrotar 37-28 a los Jets (0-4). Melvin Gordon, quien corrió para dos TD, fue la clave con un rush TD faltando 1:48 de juego, para cerrar la puerta al rally que tenían los Jets. Los Bengals (1-2-1) y Joe Burrow ganaron su 1er juego en la temporada al vencer 33-25 a los Jaguars (1-3) gracias a dos rush TD más uno recibido de Joe Mixon. Joe Burrow lanzó un TD. Los Browns (3-1) derrotaron 49-38 a los Cowboys (1-3) gracias a dos TD lanzados de Baker Mayfield, 2 rush TD de Kareem Hunt y 2 TD recibidos con uno corriendo de Odell Beckham Jr. Dak Prescott lanzó 4 TD y su convirtió en el 1er jugador en la historia de la NFL en pasar sobre 450 yardas en 3 juegos consecutivos. Drew Brees lanzó dos TD y Latavius Murray corrió para dos TD, en la victoria 35-29 de los Saints (2-2) sobre los Lions (1-3). Russell Wilson lanzó dos TD y Chris Carson corrió para dos TD, en la victoria 31-23 de los Seahawks (4-0) sobre los Dolphins (1-3). Tom Brady lanzó 5 TD, todos a receivers diferentes, en la victoria 38-31 de los Buccaneers (3-1) sobre los Chargers (1-3). Brady ganó el juego 222 de su carrera. Lamar Jackson lanzó dos TD y corrió para uno adicional, en la victoria 31-17 de los Ravens (3-1) sobre Washington (1-3).
    Teddy Bridgewater lanzó dos TD y corrió para uno adicional, en la victoria 31-21 de los Panthers (2-2) sobre los Cardinals (2-2). Kyler Murray lanzó 3 TD en la derrota. Dalvin Cook con dos rush TD le dio la victoria 31-23 a los Vikings (1-3) sobre los Texans (0-4). Deshaun Watson lanzó dos TD en la derrota y los Texans luego de la derrota despidieron a su Head Coach y GM Bill O' Brien. Jared Goff lanzó un TD y Gerald Everett corrió para uno, en el triunfo 17-9 de los Rams (3-1) sobre los Giants (0-4). Philip Rivers con un TD lanzado y Rodrigo Blankenship con un 4-4 de field goals, le dieron el triunfo 19-11 a los Colts (3-1) sobre los Bears (3-1). Los Bills (4-0) se mantienen invictos al vencer 30-23 a los Raiders (2-2) gracias a dos TD lanzados junto a un rush TD del hasta ahora "MVP" Josh Allen. Carson Wentz pasó y corrió para un total de dos TD en el triunfo 25-20 de los Eagles (1-2-1) sobre los 49ers (2-2). 
    En el doble choque del lunes; Patrick Mahomes lanzó dos TD para liderar el triunfo 26-10 de los Chiefs (4-0) sobre los Patriots (2-2). Aaron Rodgers lanzó 4 TD, 3 a las manos seguras de Robert Tonyan, en la victoria 30-16 de los Packers (4-0) sobre los Falcons (0-4). Titans y Steelers recibieron BYE por COVID-19 issues. 


COMEBACKS CONTINUE, SEVERAL TEAMS OFF TO HISTORIC STARTS AS NFL ENTERS WEEK 5

Hope thrives in the NFL.

Just ask any of the teams that have erased leads of at least 16 points and won a game in 2020: the DALLAS COWBOYSTAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS, WASHINGTON FOOTBALL TEAM or the CHICAGO BEARS, who’ve actually done it twice. This year is the first in which at least one team has overcome a deficit of 16-or-more points and won in each of the first four weeks of the season in NFL history.

And while comebacks in games are frequent of late, comebacks in seasons the year after missing the playoffs are common as well.

Six teams that missed the 2019 playoffs have started this season with three wins: the CHICAGO BEARS (3-1), CLEVELAND BROWNS (3-1), INDIANAPOLIS COLTS (3-1), LOS ANGELES RAMS (3-1), PITTSBURGH STEELERS (3-0) and TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS (3-1). Since 1990, at least four teams each season have qualified for the playoffs after missing the postseason the year before.

The Week 5 schedule highlights two games involving those clubs. The Buccaneers travel to Chicago for a Thursday Night Football matchup (8:20 PM ET, FOX/NFLN/Amazon) while the Colts head to Cleveland on Sunday to meet the Browns (4:25 PM ET, CBS). Cleveland and wide receiver ODELL BECKHAM JR., who recorded 154 scrimmage yards (81 receiving, 73 rushing) and three touchdowns (two receiving, one rushing) in the Browns' 49-38 win in Week 4, have the AFC’s top scoring offense (31.0 points per game) and lead the NFL in both takeaways (10) and turnover margin (plus six). The Colts, meanwhile, have the NFL’s top-ranked scoring defense (14.0 points allowed per game).

Only five rookie head coaches since 2009 have guided their teams to a season-opening record of 4-1 or better. Browns head coach KEVIN STEFANSKI can join that group with a win this week.

The last five rookie head coaches to open their careers 4-1 or better:

COACH

TEAM

YEAR

RECORD

*Matt LaFleur

Green Bay

2019

13-3

Dan Quinn

Atlanta

2015

8-8

*Jim Harbaugh

San Francisco

2011

13-3

+Jim Caldwell

Indianapolis

2009

14-2

Josh McDaniels

Denver

2009

8-8

+Won division and advanced to Super Bowl; *Won division and advanced to conference championship

 

The GREEN BAY PACKERS (4-0), who already this year had opened 3-0 in consecutive seasons for the first time since 1965-66, are off to their best start in five years. Head coach MATT LAFLEUR has started his career 17-3 (.850), tied for the second-most wins in NFL annals over a coach’s first 20 regular-season games.

The head coaches with the most wins over their first 20 regular-season games in NFL history:

COACH

TEAM

YEARS

WINS

George Seifert

San Francisco 49ers

1989-90

18

Matt LaFleur

Green Bay Packers

2019-20

17

Paul BrownHOF

Cleveland Browns

1950-51

17

Dick Rauch

Pottsville Maroons

1925-26

17

Guy ChamberlinHOF

Canton Bulldogs

1922-23

17

The Packers and Browns, who with a win over the Colts would have their best season-opening stretch since beginning the 1994 season 6-1, are two of several clubs off to notable starts in 2020.

  • The KANSAS CITY CHIEFS (4-0) are the first team in NFL history to start 4-0 in four consecutive seasons (2017-20).
  • The SEATTLE SEAHAWKS (4-0) have been 4-0 only twice in franchise history, this year and their Super Bowl XLVIII championship season of 2013. The Seahawks can improve to 5-0 for the first time ever when they host Minnesota on Sunday Night Football (8:20 PM ET, NBC).
  • The BUFFALO BILLS (4-0) with a win against Tennessee at Nissan Stadium Sunday (1:00 PM ET, CBS), can mark their best start in 29 years, since opening the 1991 season 5-0 en route to a Super Bowl XXVI appearance.
  • The PITTSBURGH STEELERS (3-0), who host Philadelphia on Sunday (1:00 PM ET, FOX), have an opportunity for just their third 4-0 start in franchise history, and first since 1979, when they won Super Bowl XIV.

The 10 teams this month bidding for their best starts in at least five years:

TEAM

RECORD

BIDS FOR BEST START SINCE…

Baltimore

3-1

Team opened 4-1 in 2012

Buffalo

4-0

Team opened 5-0 in 1991 (also 5-0 in 1980; best franchise start was 9-0 in 1964)

Chicago

3-1

Team opened 4-1 in 2012 (Bears won 7 of first 8 that year)

Cleveland

3-1

Team opened 4-1 in 1994 (Browns won 6 of first 7 that year)

Green Bay

4-0

Team opened 6-0 in 2015 (team has bye in Week 5)

Indianapolis

3-1

Team opened 4-1 in 2013

Pittsburgh

3-0

Team opened 4-0 in 1979 (also 4-0 in 1973; best franchise start was 7-0 in 1978)

Seattle

4-0

(franchise has never been 5-0; team has opened 4-0 twice, 2013 and 2020)

Tampa Bay

3-1

Team opened 4-1 in 2005

Tennessee

3-0

Team opened 4-0 in 2008 (franchise has opened 4-0 once, in 2008, and never been 5-0)

 

BILLS, TITANS RENEW MUSIC CITY RIVALRY: The TENNESSEE TITANS (3-0) host the BUFFALO BILLS (4-0) on Sunday (1:00 PM ET, CBS) in an AFC battle of first-place teams. The Titans, who are 10-3 over their last 13 games including postseason, have a plus-five turnover ratio, tied for second in the NFL. Titans running back DERRICK HENRY enters the week ranked fourth in the NFL with 319 rushing yards. Buffalo quarterback JOSH ALLEN ranks second in the NFL in passing yards (1,326) and third in passer rating (122.7) and touchdown passes (12). The Titans also are in a 34-day stretch between road games.

BREES MEETS FORMER CLUB: The NEW ORLEANS SAINTS and LOS ANGELES CHARGERS, who square off at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome on Monday Night Football (8:15 PM ET, ESPN), have a unique history. Saints quarterback DREW BREES, who currently holds the league’s all-time marks in passing yards (78,422) and touchdown passes (555), started his career with the Chargers.

PENNSYLVANIA PROMINENCE: The PHILADELPHIA EAGLES cross the state to meet the PITTSBURGH STEELERS on Sunday (1:00 PM ET, FOX) in a battle of the top pass-rushing defenses so far in 2020. Philadelphia leads the NFL with 17 sacks while the Steelers rank second with 15. ​

It’s the 79th installment in a venerable series between franchises that once merged to form one team. In 1943, with the nation in the middle of World War II and many players and coaches serving their country, the “Steagles” went 5-4-1 in the NFL’s Eastern Division.

  • The Pro Football Hall of Fame has 36 enshrined individuals who are Pennsylvania natives. Additionally, 35 Pro Football Hall of Famers attended high school in the state, including quarterbacks GEORGE BLANDAJIM KELLYDAN MARINOJOE MONTANAJOE NAMATH and JOHNNY UNITAS.
  • This season, Kickoff Weekend rosters included 60 players that graduated from Pennsylvania high schools, including running backs from both teams in Sunday’s game, Pittsburgh’s JAMES CONNER and Philadelphia’s MILES SANDERS.

QUARTERBACK COMPARISON: Two of those Pennsylvania quarterbacks, Pro Football Hall of Famers DAN MARINO and JOE MONTANA, once met as young stars in Super Bowl XIX, when the 49ers defeated the Dolphins, 38-16. Miami and San Francisco meet again Sunday at Levi’s Stadium (4:05 PM ET, FOX). And as they were when Marino and Montana were dominating the NFL, young quarterbacks across the league have been outstanding in 2020.​

  • This season, of the 13 quarterbacks with a passer rating of 100 or better, six are 25 years old or younger: the Bills’ JOSH ALLEN, the Rams’ JARED GOFF, the Chargers’ JUSTIN HERBERT, the Ravens’ LAMAR JACKSON, the Chiefs’ PATRICK MAHOMES and the Jaguars’ GARDNER MINSHEW.
  • Through four weeks, quarterbacks age 25 or younger have a combined 56 starts. And in those 56 starts, those young quarterbacks have won 24 times.
  • Cincinnati rookie quarterback JOE BURROW passed for 300 yards with one touchdown and one interception for a 92.4 rating in the Bengals' 33-25 win over Jacksonville in Week 4, his first career victory. Burrow, who passed for 316 yards in Week 2 and 312 yards in Week 3, is the first rookie quarterback to pass for at least 300 yards in three consecutive games in NFL history.
  • Los Angeles Chargers rookie quarterback JUSTIN HERBERT passed for 290 yards with three touchdowns and one interception for a 137.9 rating in Week 4 against Tampa Bay. Herbert, who threw touchdown passes of 72 and 53 yards, is the first rookie quarterback with two touchdown passes of at least 50 yards since DESHAUN WATSON (Week 8, 2017). Herbert has 931 passing yards this season, the second-most passing yards by a rookie quarterback in his first three career starts in NFL history. Only CAM NEWTON (1,012 in 2011) had more.

DEFENSES ON THE DEFENSIVE: NFL teams have combined to score 371 total touchdowns, 359 offensive touchdowns (passing and rushing combined) and 3,233 total points, all the most in NFL history through Week 4.

Despite those figures, five teams – the INDIANAPOLIS COLTS (14.0), KANSAS CITY CHIEFS (17.5), SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS (17.8), BALTIMORE RAVENS (18.3) and PITTSBURGH STEELERS (19.3) – remarkably are holding opponents under 20 points per game.

  • There has been an average of 51.3 points per game scored (both teams combined), the highest total through Week 4 since 1970.

MOST TOUCHDOWNS IN FIRST

FOUR WEEKS, NFL HISTORY

 

MOST OFFENSIVE TOUCHDOWNS IN FIRST

FOUR WEEKS, NFL HISTORY

SEASON

TOUCHDOWNS

 

SEASON

OFFENSIVE TDs

2020

371

 

2020

359

2018

344

 

2018

325

2015

332

 

2019

304

2012

327

 

2015

301

2019/2013

324

 

2016

298

 

MOST TOTAL POINTS IN FIRST

FOUR WEEKS, NFL HISTORY

 

MOST POINTS SCORED PER GAME (BOTH TEAMS)

 IN FIRST FOUR WEEKS, SINCE 1970

SEASON

TOTAL POINTS

 

SEASON

POINTS PER GAME

2020

3,233

 

2020

51.3

2018

3,030

 

2018

48.1

2012

2,986

 

2012

47.4

2011

2,916

 

2015

46.3

2015

2,914

 

2014

46.2


  • GREEN BAY (152 points) leads the NFL in total points scored through the first four weeks, followed by SEATTLE (142), DALLAS (126), CLEVELAND (124), BUFFALO (123) and NEW ORLEANS (123).
  • Through the first four weeks, eight teams are averaging at least 30 points per game, the most teams in a single season through Week 4.


THE TEAMS AVERAGING 30+ POINTS PER GAME IN 2020

 

 SEASONS WITH THE MOST TEAMS AVERAGING 30+ POINTS THROUGH WEEK 4, NFL HISTORY

TEAMS

POINTS PER GAME

 

SEASON

TEAMS

Green Bay

38.0

 

2020

8

Seattle

35.5

 

2002

6

Dallas

31.5

 

1968

6

Cleveland

31.0

 

Many tied

5

Buffalo

30.8

 

 

 

New Orleans

30.8

 

 

 

Baltimore

30.5

 

 

 

Tampa Bay

30.0

 

 

 

 

WEEK 5 NFL SCHEDULE

THURSDAY, SUNDAY & MONDAY, OCTOBER 8, 11-12

(All times Eastern)

Thursday, October 8

Sunday, October 11 (cont.)

Tampa Bay at Chicago, 8:20 PM (FOX/NFLN/Amazon)

Los Angeles Rams at Washington, 1:00 PM (FOX)

 

Miami at San Francisco, 4:05 PM (FOX)

Sunday, October 11

Indianapolis at Cleveland, 4:25 PM (CBS)

Carolina at Atlanta, 1:00 PM (FOX)

New York Giants at Dallas, 4:25 PM (CBS)

Cincinnati at Baltimore, 1:00 PM (CBS)

Denver at New England, 4:25 PM (CBS)

Jacksonville at Houston, 1:00 PM (CBS)

Minnesota at Seattle, 8:20 PM (NBC)

Las Vegas at Kansas City, 1:00 PM (CBS)

 

Arizona at New York Jets, 1:00 PM (FOX)

Monday, October 12

Philadelphia at Pittsburgh, 1:00 PM (FOX)

Los Angeles Chargers at New Orleans, 8:15 PM (ESPN)

Buffalo at Tennessee, 1:00 PM (CBS)

 

 

Thursday Night Capsule - Tampa Bay Buccaneers at Chicago Bears

​THURSDAY NIGHT PREVIEW:

TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS (3-1) AT CHICAGO BEARS (3-1)

Week 5 of the 2020 NFL season gets underway on Thursday, October 8 (8:20 PM ET, FOX/NFL Network/Amazon Prime), as the Tampa Bay Buccaneers visit the Chicago Bears in a matchup of 3-1 teams. It will mark the 60th meeting between the two franchises, with the Bears holding an all-time series lead, 39-20. Chicago won the team's last meeting, 48-10, in Week 4 of the 2018 season.

Last week, Tampa Bay quarterback TOM BRADY passed for 369 yards with five touchdowns as the Buccaneers overcame a 17-point deficit to defeat the Los Angeles Chargers, 38-31. Brady became the third quarterback in NFL history with 30 career games of at least four touchdown passes and ranks third in league annals with seven career games of at least five touchdown passes. In three career starts at Chicago, Brady has passed for 974 yards (324.7 per game) with eight touchdowns and two interceptions for a 103.0 rating. Buccaneers wide receiver MIKE EVANS had seven receptions for 122 yards and one touchdown in Week 4 and leads the NFL with five touchdown catches in 2020. Evans has 33 receptions for 469 yards (93.8 per game) and two touchdowns in five career games on Thursday Night Football. Tampa Bay linebacker LAVONTE DAVID, the NFC's Defensive Player of the Month in September, led the team with 11 tackles with one pass defensed last week. David is one of two players (BOBBY WAGNER) with at least 35 tackles (35) and three passes defensed (three) this season.

Bears quarterback NICK FOLES passed for 249 yards with one touchdown and one interception in his first start with Chicago last week. In four career starts against Tampa Bay, Foles has totaled eight touchdowns (six passing, two rushing) and a 100.6 passer rating. Last week, wide receiver ALLEN ROBINSON led the team with seven receptions for 101 yards and a touchdown, his 14th career 100-yard game. Robinson has 333 receiving yards (83.3 per game) and two touchdowns in four career games on Thursday Night Football. Robinson is one of two NFC wide receivers (TYLER LOCKETT) with at least 25 receptions (25), 300 receiving yards (331) and two touchdown catches (two) this season. Linebacker KHALIL MACK recorded a sack and forced fumble in the 2018 meeting against Tampa Bay and aims for his third in a row against the Buccaneers with a sack and forced fumble. Since joining the Bears in 2018, Mack is one of three players (CHANDLER JONES and T.J. WATT) with at least 20 sacks (22.5) and 10 forced fumbles (11).

Adding to television availability, several streaming options will be available to fans. FOX Thursday Night Football games will be available to stream on Amazon via Prime Video and Twitch in addition to NFL, FOX and FOX Deportes digital properties across devices.* During the season, fans can learn all of the ways to watch at NFL.com/TNF.

For the Week 5 Tampa Bay-Chicago capsule, click here.

*NFL Network, Amazon Prime Video and Twitch simulcast subject to change.

Seven From Sunday - Week 4

​​SEVEN FROM SUNDAY – WEEK 4

A look at seven statistical highlights from games played at 1:00 p.m. and 4:00 p.m. ET on Sunday, October 4, the fourth week of the 2020 season.

  • The TAMPA BAY BUCCANEERS overcame a 17-point deficit to defeat the Los Angeles Chargers in Week 4. 2020 is the first season in which at least one team has overcome a deficit of 16-or-more points and won in each of the first four weeks of the season in NFL history.

    Additionally, the NEW ORLEANS SAINTS overcame a 14-point deficit to win at Detroit on Sunday. With three games remaining in Week 4, the 2020 season has seen six games in which a team has overcome a deficit of 14-or-more points and win, tied with the 2018 season (six) for the third-most such games through the first four weeks of a season in NFL history. Only the 2011 (nine games) and 1979 (eight) seasons had more.

  • Seattle quarterback RUSSELL WILSON passed for 360 yards with two touchdowns and one interception for a 112.4 rating in the Seahawks' 31-23 win at Miami in Week 4. Seattle advanced to 4-0 for the first time since 2013, when they went on to win Super Bowl XLVIII.

    Wilson has 16 touchdown passes through the first four games of the 2020 season, tied with PEYTON MANNING (16 touchdown passes in 2013) for the most by a player in his team's first four games of a season in NFL history.

  • Dallas quarterback DAK PRESCOTT passed for a career-high 502 yards with four touchdowns and one interception for a 112.9 rating in Week 4 against Cleveland.

    Prescott, who passed for 450 yards in Week 2 and 472 yards in Week 3, is the first player with at least 450 passing yards in three consecutive games in NFL history.

    Prescott has 1,690 passing yards in 2020 and surpassed Pro Football Hall of Famer KURT WARNER (1,557 passing yards in 2000) for the most passing yards by a player in his team's first four games of a season in NFL history.

  • Tampa Bay quarterback TOM BRADY passed for 369 yards with five touchdowns and one interception for a 117.0 rating in the Buccaneers' 38-31 victory over the Los Angeles Chargers in Week 4.

    Brady became the third quarterback in NFL history with 30 career games of at least four touchdown passes, joining DREW BREES (36) and PEYTON MANNING (35).

    Week 4 marked Brady's seventh career game with at least five touchdown passes, the third-most such games in league annals, trailing only DREW BREES (11) and PEYTON MANNING (nine).

    Brady now has 93 career games with at least 300 passing yards, tied with PEYTON MANNING (93) for the second-most in NFL history. Only DREW BREES (121) has more.

  • Buffalo quarterback JOSH ALLEN passed for 288 yards with two touchdowns and zero interceptions for a 115.8 rating and added a rushing touchdown in the Bills' 30-23 win at Las Vegas. The Bills advanced to 4-0 for the first time since 2008.

    Allen, who had two touchdown passes with one rushing touchdown in Week 1 and four touchdown passes with one rushing touchdown in Week 3, joins STEVE GROGAN (1976) as the only quarterbacks with at least two touchdown passes and one rushing touchdown in three of his team's first four games of a season in NFL history.

    Allen recorded his 20th career rushing touchdown in his 32nd game on Sunday, becoming the second-fastest quarterback to reach 20 career rushing touchdowns in NFL history. Only CAM NEWTON (27 games) reached the mark faster.

  • Cincinnati rookie quarterback JOE BURROW passed for 300 yards with one touchdown and one interception for a 92.4 rating in the Bengals' 33-25 win over Jacksonville in Week 4, his first career victory.

    Burrow, who passed for 316 yards in Week 2 and 312 yards in Week 3, is the first rookie quarterback to pass for at least 300 yards in three consecutive games in NFL history.

    Los Angeles Chargers rookie quarterback JUSTIN HERBERT passed for 290 yards with three touchdowns and one interception for a 137.9 rating in Week 4 against Tampa Bay.

    Herbert, who threw touchdown passes of 72 and 53 yards, is the first rookie quarterback with two touchdown passes of at least 50 yards since DESHAUN WATSON (Week 8, 2017).

    Herbert has 931 passing yards this season, the second-most passing yards by a rookie quarterback in his first three career starts in NFL history. Only CAM NEWTON (1,012 in 2011) had more.

  • Cleveland wide receiver ODELL BECKHAM JR. recorded 154 scrimmage yards (81 receiving, 73 rushing) and three touchdowns (two receiving, one rushing) in the Browns' 49-38 win at Dallas in Week 4.

    Beckham is the fourth wide receiver with two receiving touchdowns and one rushing touchdown in a single game since 2000, joining DAVID PATTEN (Week 6, 2001), JAVON WALKER (Week 9, 2006) and MIKE WILLIAMS (Week 15, 2018).

    Browns running back KAREEM HUNT rushed for two touchdowns in the Week 4 victory. Hunt (five touchdowns) and Cleveland running back NICK CHUBB (four touchdowns) are the third set of running-back teammates each with at least four scrimmage touchdowns through their team's first four games of a season in the Super Bowl era, joining Cincinnati's JAMES BROOKS and LARRY KINNEBREW (1985), and Buffalo's JIM BRAXTON and Pro Football Hall of Famer O.J. SIMPSON (1975).
WEEK 4 SCHEDULE UPDATE

PATRIOTS-CHIEFS TO BE PLAYED MONDAY AT 7:05 PM ET

FALCONS-PACKERS TO KICK OFF MONDAY AT 8:50 PM ET

The NFL announced today that the Week 4 New England Patriots-Kansas City Chiefs game – originally scheduled for today – will be played on Monday, October 5 at 7:05 p.m. ET on CBS.

Further testing of players and personnel on both teams returned no new positives from Saturday and Sunday testing. The clubs also worked closely with the NFL and NFLPA and infectious disease experts to conduct contact tracing and post-COVID exposure protocols are now in effect for both teams.

The Atlanta Falcons-Green Bay Packers game will shift to an 8:50 p.m. ET start on Monday on ESPN.

The updated Week 4 schedule (all times ET):


Sunday, October 4

Arizona Cardinals at Carolina Panthers1:00 PMFOX
Jacksonville Jaguars at Cincinnati Bengals1:00 PMCBS
Cleveland Browns at Dallas Cowboys1:00 PMFOX
New Orleans Saints at Detroit Lions1:00 PMFOX
Minnesota Vikings at Houston Texans1:00 PMFOX
Seattle Seahawks at Miami Dolphins1:00 PMFOX
Los Angeles Chargers at Tampa Bay Buccaneers1:00 PMCBS
Baltimore Ravens at Washington Football Team1:00 PMCBS
New York Giants at Los Angeles Rams4:05 PMFOX
Buffalo Bills at Las Vegas Raiders4:25 PMCBS
Indianapolis Colts at Chicago Bears4:25 PMCBS
Philadelphia Eagles at San Francisco 49ers8:20 PMNBC

 

Monday, October 5

New England Patriots at Kansas City Chiefs7:05 PMCBS
Atlanta Falcons at Green Bay Packers8:50 PMESPN

 

NFL STATEMENT ON NEW ENGLAND-KANSAS CITY GAME

​The New England-Kansas City game scheduled for 4:25 p.m. ET Sunday will be rescheduled to Monday or Tuesday after positive COVID-19 tests on both teams.

In consultation with infectious disease experts, both clubs are working closely with the NFL and the NFLPA to evaluate multiple close contacts, perform additional testing and monitor developments. All decisions will be made with the health and safety of players, team and gameday personnel as our primary consideration. 



















































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