The fourth week of the NFL season did not disappoint. The featured match up of the week was however ruined by a Michael Vick injury but for the most part the action in the games was as good as it gets. Some of the teams in the NFL have some serious problems while others are having an identity crisis.
Today on BCSOM we will take a look at the good teams, the bad teams, and the ugly play that has taken place in the NFL up to this point in the season.
The New York Jets. The Jets up until this point has been better than I thought they would be. Everyone knew their defense was good but their success has been a direct result of the maturation of Mark Sanchez and the offense. Sanchez has been great so far in the season. He is amongst the league leaders and has spread the ball around wonderfully to his teammates. They can only get better on offense with the addition of Santonio Holmes next week. Also if they can continue to run the ball the way they have, Dallas, Texas may be in their immediate future come February.
The Houston Texans. The Texans have a good team. They are probably the most complete team in their division. Defensively they could improve in their secondary but for the most part they have been as steady as she goes with how they play the game. They have incredible depth on their offense and probably the best defensive line in the game today.