NFL Week 4 Top Performer

chris_dub
10-05-2004, 12:07 AM
Who had the best outing in Week 4?

Past Winners:
Week 1: (13/40, 32.50% of votes) -- Donovan McNabb: 26/36 - 330 yds. 4 TD's
Week 2: (11/47, 23.40% of votes) -- Aaron Brooks: 25/34 279 yds. 3 TDs; 6-4 yds.
Week 3: (26/37, 70.27% of votes) -- Peyton Manning: 28/40 393 yds. 5 TDs

ATG
10-05-2004, 12:11 AM
Brady gets my vote he looked great against a pretty good buffalo D

Tuggy
10-05-2004, 12:16 AM
Gonna go with Tiki Barber on this one. I was really impressed the way he played this weekend, really took a lot of pressure off of Warner and the passing game.

HM to Brady and Emmitt who both had very good weeks.

Legionnaire
10-05-2004, 12:34 AM
I'm going to give it to Emmit

DBC Tweeker
10-05-2004, 01:32 AM
My boy Tiki got it done this week, and he was the catalyst for the victory against GB in Lambeau. He gets my vote.

FlyersGuy69
10-05-2004, 04:08 AM
Emmitt Smith

Fish on The Sand
10-05-2004, 04:16 AM
How about the chiefs collective offense? Noone really stood out, but they certainly dominated the leagues best defence. Actually domination isnt the word, its like the ravens defence justw asnt around at all. KC didnt dominate the scoreboard, but they dominated the stat sheet. Typically a stat sheet like that goes with a 50-10 game.

Legionnaire
10-05-2004, 04:34 AM
How about the chiefs collective offense? Noone really stood out, but they certainly dominated the leagues best defence. Actually domination isnt the word, its like the ravens defence justw asnt around at all. KC didnt dominate the scoreboard, but they dominated the stat sheet. Typically a stat sheet like that goes with a 50-10 game.

Holmes was running through their D like butter.

Fish on The Sand
10-05-2004, 04:40 AM
Holmes was running through their D like butter.
he only averaged 3.7 ypc, and 125 isnt that much in this day and age, especially for Priest. Like I said, great all around, but no standouts. Just a dominating offensive unit as a whole.

Tuggy
10-05-2004, 04:42 AM
How about the chiefs collective offense? Noone really stood out, but they certainly dominated the leagues best defence. Actually domination isnt the word, its like the ravens defence justw asnt around at all. KC didnt dominate the scoreboard, but they dominated the stat sheet. Typically a stat sheet like that goes with a 50-10 game.

:joker: Green only threw for 225 yards while Holmes had 125 yards. Where do you come up with these statements? They played good but nothing spectactular like you making it out to sound.

But after all you are a Chiefs fan...as is one of my roommates. And delusions run with being a Chiefs fan...

Fish on The Sand
10-05-2004, 04:49 AM
:joker: Green only threw for 225 yards while Holmes had 125 yards. Where do you come up with these statements? They played good but nothing spectactular like you making it out to sound.

But after all you are a Chiefs fan...as is one of my roommates. And delusions run with being a Chiefs fan...
maybe the 40 minutes of possesion did it, and the 400 yards total offence.

Tuggy
10-05-2004, 04:52 AM
maybe the 40 minutes of possesion did it, and the 400 yards total offence.

I admit they should have easily won this game by maybe 13-17 points but not 40...

Fish on The Sand
10-05-2004, 05:04 AM
I admit they should have easily won this game by maybe 13-17 points but not 40...
I was just throwing random numbers out, and it wasnt inconceivable, seeing as one of the ravens tds was on a kick return.

klingsor
10-05-2004, 07:34 AM
Voted for Tiki.

Excellent stats, no fumbles again. and his 52 yard run was the pivotal play for the Giants.

Motown Beatdown
10-05-2004, 10:19 AM
I gotta go with Tiki Barber.

Teezax
10-05-2004, 10:49 AM
Top performer for Week 4 is ATLANTA!!
Screw the Players, these guys are 4-0 in a tough division!

JCD
10-05-2004, 10:56 AM
Top performer for Week 4 is ATLANTA!!
Screw the Players, these guys are 4-0 in a tough division!

Tough division? Forget past accomplishments, that looks to be one of the weaker divisions in the league this year.

Tampa is bad all-around. Defense is still decent, but nowhere near the unit it once was. The offense is simply pathetic. They will be picking in the top-10.

Carolina has taken a step back. The offensive line is marginal, their back-7 are not carrying their weight and injuries have cost them their starting RB and best playmaker (Smith). They will be hard pressed to make the post-season.

New Orleans is living up to their reputation as an inconsistent and underachieving team. They have replaced KC as the worst rushing defense in the NFL, McAllister is out, their offense is equally likely to score 40 points as it is to be shut-out, their coach stinks and team in-fighting has already begun (Brooks and Grant had an confrontation this last week). They may suddenly get it together and take the division (history dictates that is unlikely) or they will continue to wallow around .500.

Atlanta is the luckiest undefeated team left. They have not played like a 4-0 team, their defense is carrying them. Put Atlanta in any other NFC division (or NFL outside AFC North and West), and they would be hard pressed to take the division.

JCD
10-05-2004, 11:06 AM
What about defensive players?

Patrick Kerney is off to one heck of a start. He is likely the team's MVP to this point.

chris_dub
10-05-2004, 07:25 PM
What about defensive players?

Patrick Kerney is off to one heck of a start. He is likely the team's MVP to this point.


Yeah I was thinking about adding some D players this week, since Offensive production was pretty weak this week. Guys like Sharper, Polamalu & Kerney with big weeks. But I decided to just stick to O-players for these polls. I was thinking about doing a separate weekly poll for D guys, but I'm too lazy.