NFL Week 4: Cardinals Remain Unbeaten While Brady And The Bucs Win In NE

Jonathan Grant | October 4th, 2021

The last month or so has been a good time to have a team named the ‘Cardinals.’ The St. Louis Cardinals went on an all-time run for their franchise last month to claim the NL’s second Wild Card slot, and so far the Arizona Cardinals have played some great football to remain undefeated after four weeks of NFL action. Sunday’s win came over the LA Rams, a 37-20 road romp, and it was courtesy of another fine showing from quarterback Kyler Murray. He threw for 268 yards on 24-32 passing and had two touchdown tosses while running back Chase Edmonds carried the ball for an impressive 120 yards on just 12 carries.

Turf Show Times

Having trailed 10-7 after the first against the previously unbeaten Rams, they never looked back, scoring two quick-fire second-quarter touchdowns to ease away. They led by a ton lately, and a TD in the last minute from Matthew Stafford and co. only made the score look slightly more respectable. The Cardinals are the only 4-0 team currently, and they could remain the only unbeaten if the Raiders lose to the Chargers on Monday Night Football. If the Raiders win, there will be two teams at 4-0 while all others will have at least one loss. Meanwhile, the game that got the most attention from the media and fans alike this week saw Tom Brady and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, defending Super Bowl champions, travel to take on the New England Patriots. It was far from a classic, but when the dust had settled it was Brady that came out on top over Belichick as the Pats missed a last-minute field goal to fall 19-17 at the hands of the Bucs. Ryan Succop kicked four field goals for the visitors, one of which came with 1:57 on the board, to give his team a difficult win. In other action, Dak Prescott racked up four passing TD’s as the Dallas Cowboys beat the Carolina Panthers 36-28 and the Green Bay Packers rode a big second quarter to eventually take a 27-17 win over the Pittsburgh Steelers. Both of those victors are now 3-1, and it is notable that Dallas’ win ended Carolina’s perfect start.

Next Article
  • NFL Week 7: Cardinals Still Unbeaten, Blowout City Around The League

    Week 7 of the NFL season is in the books, and with it came a rather interesting set of results. We’ll start in Glendale with the Arizona Cardinals. They, like many other teams this particular week, made things look easy, rolling past the Houston Texans 31-5 to remain unbeaten through seven games. Kyler Murray was...

    Read More
  • Lakers Get First ‘W,’ Warriors Go To 3-0

    The Los Angeles Lakers officially have their first win of the 2021-22 NBA season after three attempts. They got it on Sunday after a 121-118 win over the Memphis Grizzlies, and they got it despite a valiant effort from Ja Morant. The guard scored 40 points and dished out ten assists in yet another fine...

    Read More
  • Real Madrid, Liverpool Win Rivalry Matches

    It was a big, big day in the world of soccer on Sunday with two of the sport’s biggest rivalries being played out. The first of the two saw Real Madrid travel to Barcelona and take a 1-2 win over their hated rivals in ‘El Clasico.’ David Alaba kicked off the scoring after 32 minutes...

    Read More
  • Braves Win First Pennant Since 1999, Headed To Houston

    After over 20 years of trying, the Atlanta Braves are finally heading back to the World Series. Having had a chance to do so last season against the Los Angeles Dodgers- when they led 3-1 in the NLCS- they let it get away. 2021, however, was different. With that same 3-1 lead after four games,...

    Read More
  • CFB Week 8: Bama, Cincy, OK Hold On

    Another week has passed in college football, and it can only be summed up by that all-too-familiar word: craziness. Chaos. That’s exactly what it was. Some teams barely hung on to keep their College Football Playoff hopes alive. Some weren’t so lucky to do so. The #4 Alabama Crimson Tide had a game on their...

    Read More
  • Garcia, Astros Blank Red Sox To Clinch World Series Berth

    The Houston Astros are headed back to the World Series again. After winning Game 6 of the ALCS over the Boston Red Sox on Friday night, they will be going to a third October Classic in five years, showing the level of talent and consistency in which this team has. Albeit controversial in nature, there...

    Read More
  • Taylor, Dodgers Explode For 11 To Force Game 6

    The Los Angeles Dodgers know what it’s like to be in a 3-1 hole and come back to win an NLCS. That’s unfortunately the situation they found themselves in again on Thursday night against the Atlanta Braves. But just like last year, they took care of business in Game 5, giving them a chance to...

    Read More