All Jimmy G has to do is not screw it up. The Rams need to figure out how to spread the ball around more and not rely so much on Cooper Kupp. Key ranks the best teams in the NFL after Week 4. Mike Tannenbaum joins to react to Key's rankings and tells us why he's so sick of hearing Aaron Rodgers talk about the offense needing to improve.
There is a new No. 1 team (again) and an updated top 10. Where do the 4-0 Eagles rank? How far did the Dolphins fall?
- Wisconsin to pay Chryst an $11 million buyout
- QB Rodgers: This way of winning not 'sustainable'
- Zappe replaces hurt Hoyer; Pats fall to Pack in OT
- Wisconsin fires Chryst, names Leonhard interim
— The Milwaukee Brewers' dramatic late-inning comeback could only keep their playoff hopes alive for another nine minutes.
Paul Chryst, who had approximately $20 million left on his contract, will receive a reduced payout after being fired by Wisconsin on Sunday.
maya (Maya Sweedler, copy editor): Astonishingly, with Week 4 almost entirely completed, we're pushing on a quarter of the 2022 season in the books.
Jim Leonhard is one of the top young defensive minds in college football. Will he take over full time at Wisconsin? Or could Wisconsin lure someone like Kansas' Lance Leipold or Baylor's Dave Aranda?
Despite facing a third-string rookie QB for much of Sunday's game, the Packers just barely managed a win over the Patriots in overtime, prompting Aaron Rodgers to remark, "This way of winning, I don't think, is sustainable."
Bailey Zappe, a fourth-round pick out of Western Kentucky, took over for Brian Hoyer, who was hurt on a sack by Rashan Gary in the opening quarter against the Packers. Zappe finished 10-of-15 for 99 yards, with one TD, in the 27-24 OT loss.
— Aaron Rodgers rebounded from a dreadful start and helped the Green Bay Packers spoil Bailey Zappe's unexpected NFL debut with the New England Patriots.
Wisconsin has fired coach Paul Chryst, and defensive coordinator Jim Leonhard will serve as interim coach for the remainder of the season.
— Miguel Rojas knocked in the go-ahead run in the top of the 12th inning to give the Miami Marlins a 4-3 win over the Brewers on Sunday, deflating Milwaukee’s playoff hopes in the race for the final National League wild-card spot.
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NFL Nation recaps every game and answers the biggest questions from around the league in Week 4.
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Packers inactives: CB Jaire Alexander, T Rasheed Walker, G/T Sean Rhyan, WR Samori Toure, DL Jonathan Ford.
Alabama remains on top, but there's a new No. 2 in this week's SP+ rankings.
— Devin Williams blew a ninth-inning lead and the Milwaukee Brewers squandered a great opportunity to pull even in the race for the final National League playoff spot, losing to the Miami Marlins 4-3 on Saturday night.
— Rookie David Roddy scored 18 points, two-way signee Kenny Lofton Jr. added 17 and the Memphis Grizzlies used a late run to beat the Milwaukee Bucks 107-102 on Saturday night in the opening preseason game for both teams.
— Illinois coach Bret Bielema had a triumphant return to Camp Randall Stadium because he’s helped make the Fighting Illini physical enough to beat Wisconsin at its own game.