Predicting NFL Week 5 upsets, plus weekly buzz, notes

Saquon Barkley was pressed into service as both a running back and quarterback as the Giants moved to 3-1. Can the good times last? AP Photo/Seth Wenig

The 2022 NFL season has (sort of) passed the quarter mark, with four games in the books of a 17-game campaign in which impressions have unquestionably been formed. If you're 3-1 or better (hello, Philadelphia Eagles) as NFL Week 5 begins, you're hopeful. If you're 1-3 or worse (sorry, Houston Texans), the situation is beginning to look dire. And, of course, if you're one of the whopping 15 teams with a 2-2 record, more study will be needed as the autumn weather grows colder.

Here to tell you which winning teams should be tapping the brakes on those Super Bowl aspirations and which losing groups should not be so hasty to cash in those 2022 chips are ESPN Insiders Dan Graziano and Jeremy Fowler. In addition to separating wheat from chaff on 3-1 and 1-3 teams, Graz and Fowler are also here to tell you who's going to pull the upsets this week, which players should draw a fantasy start or sit designation in Week 5 and what else is going on around the league that is worthy of notebook status.