Recap of The NFL Weeks 4-6


Some of the players that have been looking good this season

Ollie Guyor

NFL weeks 4-6 have flied by, and across the NFL chaos has happened, including how  has shaped this NFL season even though the CDC has still let the teams play threw out the season, with more weeks coming, here is a recap of the past 3 weeks.

COVID-19 has played a huge role in how the NFL will function this year. Especially for the Tennessee Titans and the New England Patriots, which had its own little outbreak. This has changed most teams’ schedules and has cancelled many games. This includes week 4s Titans vs Steelers game and week 5s game between the Broncos and the Patriots. Some notable players who have tested positive are Patriots quaterback Cam Newton, raining defensive player of the year Stephon Gilmore and Titans wide reciver Corey Davis. This season has been one that has hurt every single team by beating them up with injury after injury. No matter how good they are, injuries are stacking up. Dallas Cowboys quarterback Dak Presscot went down with a nasty compound fracture and a dislocated ankle, who will be out for the rest of the season and will head to free agency next spring. Nick Chubb, the Brown running back went down week 4 and is out 4-6 weeks. Julio Jones did not play week 5 with a hamstring injury but he bounced back in week 6. Micheal Thomas was set to come back from injury, got in a fight with one of his team members, and will come back week 7. With all these injuries, players have had to step up for others. There have been some high scoring games in these weeks. In week 5 the Raiders beat the super bowl champ Cheifs 40 – 32. In week 4 the Browns beat the Cowboys 49-38. On Thursday night football in week 4 between the Broncos and the Jets, the Broncos smashed the Jets 37 – 28. In week 6 Titans barely beat out the Texans 42 to 36. Some players have shined with so many injuries to the  stars. This benefits the already star Derrick Henry who absolutely has been crushing everyone in his path, or in the case Bills cornerback Josh Norman, who got thrown by Henry on Tuesday night. Henry against the Titans rival the Texans had 212 yards and 2 touchdowns. Steeler wide receiver Chase Claypool who on week 5 had 4 touchdowns against the Eagles. Broncos wide receiver Tim Patrick has had 2 100 yard games in back to back games against the Jets and then the Patriots. NFL is starting to shape out who is a real playoff contender, and who is just ready for the season to end. Russel Wilson who is a candidate for the MVP spot this season and the Seahawks are ready to go back to the Superbowl. Can the Browns head to the playoffs after a strong start against everyone else besides division rivals. Is Devante Parker and the Dolphins being slept on this season after going 5-11. Are the Ravens going back to the playoffs against one of the hardest divisions in the league. Finally, can the Bills get back on track after losing to the Titans and then the Chiefs?