NFL 2011: 2 undefeated teams left after Week 4

3 10 2011
Aaron Rodgers during introductions

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After week 3, there were still 3 teams left that have not tasted defeat this season. The Buffalo Bills is the last team to go with a loss while in the NFC, 2 NFC North rivals are sharing lead. So what happened to them in Week 4?

Buffalo Bills (3-1) 20 – 23 Cincinnati Bengals (2-2)- The previously unbeaten Bills were leading 17-3 at the half before they allowed Andy Dalton and the Bengals to rally and win 23-20.

Denver Broncos (1-3) 23 – 49 Green Bay Packers (4-0)- Packers beat the Broncos once again at Lambeau Field. Aaron Rodgers accounted for 6 touchdowns (4 Passing; 2 Rushing).

Detroit Lions (4-0) 34 – 30 Dallas Cowboys (2-2) – The Lions rallied from 3-27 hole to beat Tony Romo and the Cowboys at the Cowboys Stadium. Calvin Johnson has 2 TD receptions for the 4th straight week.

What’s next for the undefeated teams?

Green Bay Packers – The defending Super Bowl champs will visit Matt Ryan and the Atlanta Falcons (2-2). The Falcons have been alternating wins and losses this season but they have won their only home game so far.  Fans will definitely see a classic shootout between Rodgers and Ryan.

Detroit Lions – The streaking Lions will face division rivals Chicago Bears in a Monday Night Football game. Chicago prevented a 3-game losing streak by beating an exciting Carolina Panthers team. We will see how the No. 7 pass offense of Detroit will do against the No.29 pass defense of the Bears.

There is a big possibility that the two teams will stay undefeated in Week 5 but they will be facing stiff competition. Both Chicago and Atlanta are playoff teams last year and are expected to contend for playoff spots this year. These 2 games are most-sees.


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11 10 2011
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