1. Seahawks rally from 17 point deficit to win– This was by far the game of the day. The Seahawks were down by double digit points for most of the game and they looked sloppy in the first half. The second half the Seahawks defense stepped it up. They allowed no points to a potent but up and down Texans offense. Richard Sherman intercepting the football late in the game tied this one up at 20 and the Seahawks would go on to win in overtime. They showed why they’re the best team in football.
2. Bears lose first game– The Bears were aiming for their first 4-0 start since 2006 and they were traveling to a place where they’ve had much success over the years in Detroit. It was all about the Lions on Sunday and Reggie Bush was the big reason why. He’s finally in an offense where he can space and open up the field and that’s exactly what he needed was an offense that complimented him. Cutler thre three picks and the Bears defense allowed 40 points for the first time since 2008.
3. Giants and Steelers both drop to 0-4– The Giants and Steelers have been the biggest disappointments so far this season. Both teams can’t run the ball, both can’t protect their quarterbacks and both defenses have been soft. There are many issues in both New York and Pittsburgh.
4. Browns upset Bengals– The Browns always play the Bengals tough, especially in Cleveland. Since trading away Trent Richardson and playing new quarterback Brian Hoyer, the Browns have won their last two games and find themselves in the thick of an early but tough AFC North division race.
5. San Fran bounces back– They were the talk of the league entering week 4. Could the 49ers get back on track? I stated on air that the 49ers had to run the football and not depend on Kap so much to pass the football so much. Another question was how would this defense be without Patrick Willis and Aldon Smith? NaVarro Bowman really carried this defense and got a big win to get them back on track.