NFL Rankings, Week 4: Where Does It Go In Each Division As We Head Into Week 5

The NFL is heading into prime time for its last two games of Week 4. Tom Brady and the Bucs head to Foxboro to take on the Patriots on Sunday night football then the Raiders and Chargers go head to head in LA to end things Monday night football.

It was another crazy week with the Jets causing the biggest shock – a 27-24 overtime win over the Titans after Randy Bullock missed a tying basket at the end of extra period. The biggest win belongs to the Cardinals, who entered LA and beat the Rams emphatically. Along with the Raiders, they are the only remaining undefeated teams in the NFL.

Below are the rankings for all eight divisions, along with some quick thoughts on each division after four weeks of football. We will update with the Sunday night football and Monday night football teams at the end of these matches.

AFC East

The Bills hit Houston with ease. The Dolphins lost at home to Indianapolis in a game that revealed they were still in the works. The Jets claimed the first victory of the Robert Saleh era – a wild overtime victory over the Titans thanks to Randy Bullock missing a tying field.

  1. Bison bills, 3-1

  2. New England Patriots, 1-2

  3. Miami Dolphins, 1-3

  4. New York Jets, 1-3

AFC North

The Bengals, Browns and Ravens all won this week to go 3-1. The Steelers lost at Green Bay and Ben Roethlisberger looks absolutely done.

  1. Cincinnati Bengals, 3-1

  2. Cleveland Browns, 3-1

  3. Baltimore Ravens, 3-1

  4. Pittsburgh Steelers, 1-3

AFC South

The Colts took their first victory, one on the road against the Dolphins, and that was it for the division. The Titans lost in an overtime embarrassment to the Jets, the Texans were shut out by Buffalo and the Jaguars lost Thursday in Cincinnati.

  1. Tennessee Titans, 2-2

  2. Houston Texans, 1-3

  3. Indianapolis foals, 1-3

  4. Jacksonville Jaguars, 0-4

AFC West

The Broncos lost quite emphatically to Baltimore while the Chiefs postponed a game against the Philly team. Raiders and Chargers face off Monday night football.

  1. Las Vegas Raiders, 3-0

  2. Denver Broncos, 3-1

  3. Los Angeles Chargers, 2-1

  4. Kansas City Chiefs, 2-2

NFC East

The Cowboys took a big home win over Carolina while Washington took a wild one in Atlanta. The Eagles lost to the Chiefs in a wild back-and-forth game as the Giants knocked out the Saints in overtime in the Superdome.

  1. Dallas Cowboys, 3-1

  2. Washington Football Team, 2-2

  3. Philadelphia Eagles, 1-3

  4. Giants of New York, 1-3

NFC North

The Packers ran their business against Pittsburgh as Chicago beat Detroit for the first Justin Fields-era victory. The Vikings couldn’t do anything on offense and lost to the Browns.

  1. Green Bay Packers, 3-1

  2. Chicago Bear, 2-2

  3. Minnesota Vikings, 1-3

  4. Detroit Lions, 0-4

NFC South

The Panthers lost their first game, a 36-28 loss to the Cowboys that wasn’t quite as close as the score might indicate. The Saints lost a heartbreak in overtime to the Giants while the Falcons lost their own heartbreak to Washington. The Bucs take on the Patriots on Sunday night football.

  1. Carolina Panthers, 3-1

  2. Tampa Bay Buccaneers, 2-1

  3. New Orleans Saints, 2-2

  4. Atlanta Falcons, 1-3

NFC West

The division faced off two weeks in a row, and the Cardinals and Seahawks drew first blood with victories over the Rams and 49ers, respectively.

  1. Arizona Cardinals, 4-0

  2. Los Angeles Rams, 3-1

  3. Seattle Seahawks, 2-2

  4. San Francisco 49ers, 2-2