4th week of NFL season continues on Sunday, and we’ll take you through every must-see moment.

closing things Patrick Mahomes and Kansas City Chiefs take upon themselves Tom Brady‘s Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

before, Dallas beat an NFC East rival Washington, Tennessee crowned Indianapolis on the road and Seattle won a wild shootout with Detroit. elsewhere Minnesota defeated New Orleans in the thriller that opens the 2022 NFL International Series at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in London.

Here are the top plays from Sunday’s Week 4.

Kansas City Chiefs at Tampa Bay Buccaneers

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Dallas Cowboys 25, Washington Commanders 10

6 for 88

Who said CeeDee Lamb isn’t a #1 receiver? Don’t check his stats from Sunday if you feel that way. That stellar route and subsequent TD grab gave him 97 yards on six catches.


Dallas saw Washington’s score and picked it up on a well-crafted 15-play, 75-yard touchdown drive. Michael Gallup’s first game of the campaign was a good one, and he took a memorable TD catch to back it up.

Tennessee Titans 24, Indianapolis Colts 17

A tight party

While Okonkwo made some noise for Tennessee, Indy’s Mo Ali-Cox scored two touchdowns in the red zone to keep the Colts in the game. However, Indy couldn’t convert on its next three drives as Tennessee’s defense forced a punt, a fumble and a missed field goal back-to-back to en route to the win.

Fitted crown

Derrick Henry can run people over. But don’t sleep on his speed. Henry turned on the jets from the outside to give Tennessee a 14-0 lead.

Seattle Seahawks 48, Detroit Lions 45

Penny = Money

Rashaad Penny had the game of his season, extending Seattle’s lead to 48-38 with a stunning 41-yard rumble. Penny finished the day with 151 yards and two scores on the ground.

Ignite the afterburners

It’s fast there, and then it’s blazing fast. Tarik Woollen fits into the latter category, rating Detroit at a whopping six. That gave Seattle a 31-15 lead.

A strong man

If DK Metcalf gets open, you have to get him the ball. Metcalf went 54 yards on a deep route before finding Smith Noah Fant for his third TD of the day.

New York Giants 20, Chicago Bears 12

Danny’s legs

Daniel Jones went two for two with another groundout to put New York up 14-6.

The ground game is strong

In Week 4, New York scored its first TD of the first half of the season. Jones took matters into his own hands in enemy territory, using his legs to slide past the pylon.

Arizona Cardinals 26, Carolina Panthers 16


Kyler Murray wears this jersey because he thinks he’s No. 1. And that was definitely a top-notch pass to extend the Cards’ lead.

Choose and sixty

The Cards defense made a key point in the fourth when Dennis Gardek jumped in front of Baker Mayfield’s pass attempt and nearly blew it past the pylon. Murray cleared it for Arizona shortly after, taking a 20-10 lead.

Back the other way!

The first quarter was scoreless, but Carolina’s defense scored when Frankie Luvo came up on a pass and scampered 33 yards down the sideline for the score.

Green Bay Packers 27, New England Patriots 24 (OT)

No. 500!

A story for one of the greatest quarterbacks to ever do it. Romeo Dubs was the lucky recipient of Aaron Rodgers’ iconic dimes, which featured a beautiful fade on the back.

Damien Harris plow left tackle to score for the Pats, capping a 7-play, 66-yard drive.

Made them look

Rodgers is a calculating scientist at the QB position, and that look helped him free up Robert Tonian for a 20-yard score. The play was capped at 10 plays and 81 yards, giving GB a 14-10 advantage.

One behind the rook!

Rookie Jack Jones has yet to record an interception, and his first interception was earned when he ran 40 yards for the Pats’ first TD.

Las Vegas Raiders 32, Denver Broncos 23

Jump back

Russell Wilson temporarily took the L on the interception, but redeemed himself by using his powerful right arm to torch the Las Vegas defense for another score. Wilson was 11 of 12 with 149 yards passing and two TDs in the first half.

He. Will. Go. Everyone. …

Amike Robertson was in the right place at the right time for Las Vegas after Denver lost a fumble, grabbing a loose turnover and running 68 yards to the end zone for the lead.

Cargo transportation

Josh Jacobs lifts weights, and as a quarterback trying to tackle him, you better make sure you throw a punch. Otherwise, it will happen.

Buffalo Bills 23 Baltimore Ravens 20


Lamar Jackson isn’t the only QB who can make waves with his legs in this one. Allen used his lower body to make it 20 on an 11-yard dart to the left side.

The bison came closer with nine seconds left in the first halfwhen Josh Allen found Isaiah McKenzie to bring Buffalo within 10.


This guy is Jackson. Sheesh, just look.

Say hi, JK

What a strong outing for JK Dobbins. He came alive, scoring two points in the first quarter. Dobbins helped Baltimore benefit from a Marlon Humphrey INT on his first defensive possession before pushing his team to a 14-3 lead soon after.

Philadelphia Eagles 29, Jacksonville Jaguars 21

Philin themselves

After going down 14-0, Philly scored 21 unanswered points. Kenneth Gainwell’s rushing score capped an eight-play, 35-yard drive late in the second quarter.

Putting it on the line

Jalen Hurts has been lauded for his leadership, and watching him score a fourth goal, you can see why his guys are eager to get behind him.

In the crib!

Andre Sisco’s weaving through traffic en route to the end zone was an absolute beauty after he stole an interception off a deflection. A big defensive swing got Jacksonville off to a 7-0 start, and followed by another rushing TDthis time with an eight-play, 80-yard drive to take a 14-0 lead.

Los Angeles Chargers 34, Houston Texans 24


Austin Ekeler stuck a dagger into the game with his the third game-tying field goal to seal a 34-24 victory for LA.

Davis Mills called to two stars throws to help Houston get to six 27-21 in the fourth quarter.

Hey newbie!

Damion Pierce is pretty fast, huh? How about a 75-yarder for the second TD of your career?

A sling

Chargers fans know that Justin Herbert is the numero uno catalyst for their offense, and he was electric on their first drive, finding Gerald Everett for an 18-yard shell to give them a 7-0 lead.

Atlanta Falcons 23. Cleveland Browns 20

I’m panting

Down 17-13 in the fourth, the Browns called Chubb’s score, and he responded with a 28-yard field goal to give Cleveland a three-point lead.

Stop frame!

Jacoby Brissett forced Atlanta’s defense into a dummy call when he pulled off a slick fake before waltzing into the end zone for six.

TD car

Just give the ball to Cordarrelle Patterson. He will do magic. Patterson flashed the wheels on a short spurt for Atlanta’s first TD.

New York Jets 24, Pittsburgh Steelers 20

Photo finish!

New York’s second win was dramatic. The team came away with a number of clutch plays toward the end as Zach Wilson connected with Corey Davis for a TD to bring the Jets within a field goal before Brice Hall marked himself as the hero with a short six-yard rush.

New York drove 65 yards in 10 plays for the final score.

Close the curtains

It appeared to be deadlocked late as both teams struggled to support drives, but Minkah Fitzpatrick turned the tide for Pittsburgh with a whopping INT and 34-yard punt return.

Pickett, who came on after Mitchell Trubisky was benched, took advantage of the opportunity in the red zone, pylon crossing with QB sneak to give the Steelers the edge.

You’re welcome Zac

What was Zach Wilson’s over/under fishing TD in its first appearance in 2022? The odds couldn’t have been higher, but hey, that’s football.

Minnesota Vikings 28, New Orleans Saints 25

Twice a fool!

The Saints secured a chance after Andy Dalton connected with Chris Olaway for a 32-yard connection. Will Lutz could have equalized on his final attempt from 61 yards, but his effort bounced off the post and then off the crossbar as the clock hit 00:00.

Jettas swing!

After a 39-yard pass was called on the Vikings’ next drive, Justin Jefferson gave his team the lead with a deft punt down the left sideline. Minnesota would miss the extra point attempt, holding New Orleans to within three.

From defense to offense

The Saints took that Tyrann Mathieu INT and turned it into points when Dalton found Chris Olaoui for six to tie the game at seven.

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