Welcome to Week 4 of the NFL Season! This has been a hectic week for your fantasy football teams, with the cancellation of the PIT/TEN matchup, Cam Newton testing positive for COVID-19, a false-positive test from FB Michael Burton with the Saints... I could go on and on. There are plenty of inactives to note for your fantasy football lineups... but we'll still be in for loads of NFL action today!
FINAL SCORES - 4 PM EST SLATE
Rams 17 - Giants 9
Colts 19 - Bears 11
Bills 30 - Raiders 23
(7:30 PM) With 1:29 to go, Derrick Carr finds WR Nelson Agholor for a seven-yard score. The Bills win, starting the season 4-0.
(7:01 PM) Devin Singletary rushes for his first score of the season to bring the Bills up 30-16.
INJURY UPDATE: Austin Ekeler was spotted on crutches after being carted off of the field in today's outing against the Bucs. Word is that he's suffered a hyperextended knee and strained hamstring.
(6:48 PM) WR John Brown makes a big catch at the goal line, ruled short of being a touchdown. The Bills challenge, but lose. Josh Allen sneaks it at the goal line and is in for the touchdown on the second attempt.
(5:47 PM) With just 0:22 to go in the half, Gruden's Raiders drive and score on a three-yard pass from Carr to future Hall-of-Famer Jason Witten. It's his third reception and first score as a Raider.
INJURY UPDATE: QB Josh Allen has returned to the sideline and is making some throws.
(5:28 PM) INJURY ALERT! Bills QB Josh Allen heads to the locker room with what appears to be a wrist injury.
(5:04 PM) Josh Allen scores yet again, this time, with an 11-yard passing touchdown to Cole Beasley. It was an acrobatic catch to bring the Bills to 14.
(4:37 PM) #LetJoshCook. He and the Bills drive and cap it off with a 26-yard touchdown to rookie WR Gabriel Davis.
(4:22 PM) The Rams drive, and TE Gerald Everett surprises with a two-yard rushing touchdown.
FINAL SCORES - 1 PM EST SLATE
Panthers 31 - Cardinals 21
Bengals 33 - Jaguars 25
Saints 35 - Lions 29
Vikings 31 - Texans 23
Seahawks 31 - Dolphins 23
Buccaneers 38 - Chargers 31
Ravens 31 - Washington 17
Browns 49 - Cowboys 38
(4:07 PM) JUST WHEN WE THOUGHT IT WAS A GAME! Odell Beckham Jr. rushes for a 50-yard touchdown. The extra point is BLOCKED but recovered by the Browns into the end zone for a two-point conversion. Madness.
INJURY NEWS: TE OJ Howard's season ends prematurely with an Achilles injury. With Tom Brady under center, Howard finishes the season on pace for a career-high 584 receiving yards and 8 TDs.
(4:03 PM) The Cowboys are coming back with just minutes to go in the game. Dak Prescott and company cap off a long drive with a five-yard touchdown to rookie WR CeeDee Lamb. It's his second of the game.
(3:51 PM) Barn Burner Alert. Dak Prescott throws a 26-yard score to TE Dalton Schultz. The Cowboys go for two, and Dak Prescott keeps it. The two-point conversion is good, and the Cowboys are within 9 with six minutes to go.
(3:15 PM) Matthew Stafford throws to TE TJ Hockenson for a one-yard receiving touchdown. Detroit is down 14 points with 19 minutes to go.
LAC QB Justin Herbert is slinging it today, and he's slinging it well. With four minutes to go in the third quarter, Herbert has completed 14/17 for 196 passing yards and two touchdowns.
(3:05 PM) Joe Mixon scores his third touchdown of the day on a 23-yard scramble in his first career game of three or more scores.
(2:47 PM) SPLASH PLAYS! Kirk Cousins finds WR Adam Thielen for a 39-yard reception. The drive stalls out to end with a missed field goal. Deshaun Watson and Will Fuller connect yet again, this time for a 43-yard reception to lead them into the red zone.
INJURY UPDATE: Browns RB Nick Chubb has officially been ruled OUT with a knee injury.
(2:24 PM) Lamar Jackson throws a pick in Washington territory. With 30+ seconds, Washington manages a field goal.
(2:17 PM) QB Teddy Bridgewater throws to... Reggie Bonnafon for the receiving touchdown.
RB Joe Mixon finally finds the end zone for his first score of the season. Heading into Week 4, Mixon had averaged just 3.8 yards per touch.
(2:07 PM) Ezekiel Elliott fumbles! The Browns Defense continues to put Baker Mayfield and company in good spots. As RB Nick Chubb remains in the locker room, questionable to return, Kareem Hunt leads them into the end zone to bring the Browns up 28-14.
INJURY UPDATE: WR Mike Evans has returned to the game.
(2:00 PM) QB Lamar Jackson scores his first rushing touchdown of the season, exploding for a 50-yard run.
BIG PLAY & A SCORE! Washington RB Antonio Gibson sets himself up for a goal line touchdown after a 40 yard reception.
QB Kyler Murray finally makes some magic happen with a goal line touchdown pass to TE Jordan Thomas. The Cardinals have been off to a quiet start so far, as Murray has just 35 passing yards with 8 minutes to go in the second quarter.
(1:50 PM) BIG PLAY: The Saints go for it on fourth down and it pays off. Drew Brees hits Alvin Kamara for a 29-yard play. QB Taysom Hill fumbles on the next handoff, but Alvin Kamara is set up for a one-yard score with a 19-yard reception to Latavius Murray.
(1:40 PM) Teddy Bridgewater has wheels! He scrambles for an 18-yard touchdown! Carolina holds the lead 14-0.
TURNOVER: More bad news for Houston. WR DeAndre Carter fumbled on the punt return - recovered by Minnesota in Houston territory.
(1:29 PM) It's another pick-six for Tom Brady! The Chargers take the lead.
Latavius Murray devastates Kamara managers with a sniped goal line touchdown.
(1:25 PM) Dalvin Cook rushes for a five yard touchdown, fresh off a career-game in Week 3.
(1:18 PM) The rookie's got some juice! LAC QB Justin Herbert hits WR Tyron Johnson for a long bomb to tie up the game.
We might be in for a shootout. The Dallas Cowboys answer quickly with a long touchdown as Dak Prescott hits pay dirt with rookie WR CeeDee Lamb.
QB Drew Brees throws for an interception to set up the Lions' second touchdown in the first five minutes of the first quarter.
(1:06 PM) We've got our first touchdowns and turnovers of the day. Miami's Ryan Fitzpatrick might be Ryan Fitztragic today. He throws his first INT right into the arms of Seattle safety Ryan Neal.