NFL Week 4 will be the turning point for many teams where some of them will be out of the playoffs and others would fight hard to make a place. The Sunday is loaded with 14 high-octane games and it will prove to be crucial for many players. NFL 2019 season is lead by backup quarterbacks, where Patrick Mahomes and Lamar Jackson are the best starting QBs and Miami Dolphins are the worst team.
Back Quarterbacks taking the lead in NFL Week 4
NFL 2019 season started without Andrew Luck and the Colts had to resort to their backup quarterback Jacoby Brissett who did a great job in all the three games. Along with that, opening QBs such as Cam Newton, Ben Roethlisberger, Sam Darnold and Drew Brees are injured, which has given a chance to the following backup quarterbacks to open the next few games.
— #DUUUVAL (@Jaguars) September 27, 2019
- Teddy Bridgewater – New Orleans Saints
- Mason Rudolph – Pittsburgh Steelers
- Daniel Jones – New York Giants
- Luke Falk – New York Jets
- Kyle Allen – Carolina Panthers
- Gardner Minshew – Jacksonville Jaguars
Patrick Mahomes vs Lamar Jackson
Patrick Mahomes is playing better than his MVP season for the Chiefs and Lamar Jackson also led the Ravens to score 59 points in the season opener against the Dolphins. The two starting quarterbacks faced off in the Week 3 game of Chiefs vs Ravens and it was one of the most intense game.
Lamar Jackson. Patrick Mahomes.
This matchup is going to be one for the books 🍿 pic.twitter.com/NSQWOXpLMC
— SportsCenter (@SportsCenter) September 20, 2019
Although Kansas City Chiefs won the game, but Jackson did a great job for the Baltimore Ravens. Mahomes vs Jackson rivalry will run for the entire 2019 NFL season and they hope for a rematch soon.
Can Miami Dolphins Win a Single Game?
Miami Dolphins are the worst NFL team of 2019 season and they are tanking themselves to get the future picks. It looks like the Dolphins may lose all the 16 games with their players leaving the roster. But many of the Miami fans and experts believe they will turn things around and win at least a few of the future NFL games.
The Miami Dolphins have a -117 point differential through 3 games this season. Where does that rank in NFL history? Pretty darn bad. Only the 1922 Louisville Brecks (-134) and 1923 Rochester Jeffersons (-122) were worse. pic.twitter.com/UAEt5AGSIz
— ESPN Stats & Info (@ESPNStatsInfo) September 22, 2019