NFL Week 4 scores, highlights, updates, schedule: Odell Beckham shows vintage object shard on reverse TD


It’s the fourth NFL Sunday of the 2020 season and we keep you up to date with all the action and bigger storylines throughout the day. The Week 4 slate features some fantastic matches and storylines that we can’t wait to see unfold. Check back often to find out everything you need to know about week 4.



Broncos 37, Jets 28 (recall)


Chargers 31, Buccaneers 38 (GameTracker)
Ravens 31, Washington 17 (GameTracker)
Cardinals 21, Panthers 31 (GameTracker)
Browns chez Cowboys (GameTracker)
Saints 35, Lions 29 (GameTracker)
Vikings 31, Texans 23 (GameTracker)
Seahawks 31, Dolphins 23 (GameTracker)
Jaguars 25, Bengals 33 (GameTracker)
Giants with rams (GameTracker)
Bills at Raiders (GameTracker)
Colts chez Bears (GameTracker)
Eagles at 49ers, 20 h 20 HE (aperçu)


Patriots at Chiefs, 19 h 05 HE (aperçu)
Falcons at Packers, 20 h 50 HE (aperçu)

Beckham looks like a vintage OBJ on a long TD

Odell Beckham Jr. looked like the Giants version of himself when the Browns needed it most as the Cowboys rallied late to almost pull off an epic comeback. Having already scored two touchdowns, one from Jarvis Landry and another from Baker Mayfield, Beckham completed a distance reversal. What made the game so amazing was that the Cowboys had guessed right – one defenseman had Beckham killed head-on for what should have been a loss of yards – but he was a vintage OBJ and no one had him. stopped.

Chark grabs second TD in epic fashion

DJ Chark may have missed Week 3 for Jacksonville, but he certainly came back in shape when he returned to action in Week 4. Chark caught a touchdown earlier in the game, but he kept his. best for last when Jacksonville needed it most. As the Jaguars attempt a late rally, Chark caught a TD that required incredible concentration. Although he wasn’t even done with football by the end of the game, he was tried down and in the end zone for a TD.

Herbert drops bomb into bucket under siege

The Bucs did everything in their power to fight and get back into their game against the Chargers after falling behind early, but Justin Herbert is doing everything in his power to make sure that does not happen. Herbert was nearly perfect against a Bucs defense who surprisingly went into the NFL’s elite for three weeks. The Bucs increased the pressure on Herbert in the second half, sending in additional assistants and leaving fewer players in cover. They were burned when they tried to put pressure on Herbert and he dropped a 72 yard bomb over it with perfect ball placement. Watch and enjoy.

Mixon wins the hat trick

Joe Mixon had a slow start to his 2020 season, but that changed in Week 4. After his Bengals fell behind early, Mixon pushed them to take back the lead with an old-fashioned hat trick. . Mixon found the hole and exploded through with his trademark shard for his third touchdown of the day.

Wilson continues to cook

Russell Wilson continues to build a solid MVP business. After a somewhat slow start to the week against a dashing passing defense from the Dolphins, Wilson began to roll at the end of the half. While moving to his left, Wilson straightened up and delivered a perfect deep pass to David Moore. Later in the ride, Wilson would find Travis Homer for a TD.

Herbert throws a perfect TD to the back shoulder

The rookie QB continues to shine as the Chargers take a surprising lead over the Bucs at halftime. The back shoulder throw is one of the hardest to complete in the NFL, so it’s a great sign that Herbert is already finishing them. On this TD, Herbert places the ball in the perfect spot – a perfect TD to the back shoulder. The rookie has been very exciting so far.

Bridgewater turns on the juke

Teddy Bridgewater made one of the best comebacks in NFL history when he returned to action after a devastating knee injury that threatened his career. If anyone was curious, Bridgewater’s athleticism came back to them. Bridgewater left defenders with broken ankles on a TD run where he flashed the shrewd moves to enter the end zone.

Brady throws another six pick

In Week 1, Tom Brady threw a game-changing six pick as the Saints grabbed seven points and stole the momentum. In Week 4, Brady threw another pick six, this time to Chargers defensive back Michael Davis. The Chargers are fighting hard as 7.5 point underdogs in this one and we have a game ourselves. Brady is still adjusting to life without Mike Evans, who left the game earlier with an injury.

Lamb lands his first TD career

CeeDee Lamb made fantastic plays for the Cowboys in the first three weeks, but he still hasn’t made it to the scoreboard. That all changed in week 4. Lamb caught his first career ball with TD on a great deep throw from Dak Prescott. Prescott’s connection to Lamb continues to grow and only gets stronger. Browns fans have to shake their heads on this one because it looked like a completely busted blanket.

Landry gets OBJ involved early

Jarvis Landry and Odell Beckham Jr. have acknowledged that their opportunities may present themselves in 2020 as the Browns continue to stomp everyone in the running game with Nick Chubb and Kareem Hunt. However, that was not the case on their first record against the Cowboys. On an awesome turn play, the Browns threw a backhand to Landry designed for him to bring the ball to Beckham on a long pass. Landry dropped the ball into the bucket for Beckham and the Browns stepped onto the set first.

Maintain penalties across the league

Entering Sunday, through the first 49 games of the season, officials threw flags for 101 offensive detention penalties. This is 59% less than in 2019 and 45% less than the previous five-year average. This is a massive change for the NFL and it has had a huge impact on the product on the court. Not only is the pace of the game faster for viewers, but with fewer stoppages, the game goes faster overall. The major change in the way the game was refereed also led to more points – and offense in general – across the league.


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