NFL Week 4 in five tweets


Week 4 of the NFL season arrives with the Chiefs and Falcons as the lone unbeatens remaining.

But there are five, count ’em, winless teams after three weeks — the Bengals, Browns, Chargers, Giants and 49ers — so there’s that.

There are some interesting matchups, team and individuals, those Cheap Jerseys Shop looking to break in, break through or merely bounce back.

The Panthers’ controversial 24-20 victory in 2013 left the Patriots upset over a no-call on what appeared to be pass interference in the end zone with three seconds remaining. The way the Panthers offense has played so far, it’s unlikely Sunday’s game comes down to the final play.

Trevathan apologized after the game and said he would reach out to Adams.

“Hopefully they see it wasn’t intentional. I was just trying to make a play,” Trevathan told reporters. “My main concern is he’s OK. You never wish that on nobody.”

But that probably won’t help him avoid NFL discipline as the league already is investigating the devastating blow, according to NFL Network.

The networks did not show instances of NFL fans booing or screaming at Cheap Jerseys Team protesting players. When ESPN showed the live playing of the anthem before the Cowboys’ 28-17 win over the Cardinals on MNF last week, play-by-play announcer Sean McDonagh noted fans were booing, but ESPN didn’t show them. Said McDonagh: “God Bless America.”

But with the league seemingly trying to put protests during the national anthem in the rear-view mirror, ESPN will return to its normal coverage strategy this week.