In Week 4, the nation must focus less on the early games, the doubleheader games and the primetime games in favor of those off-the-grid, 4:05 p.m. ET kickoffs. As luck would have it (bad luck, in this case), two members of the Quarterback Draft Class of 2018 get their very first NFL regular-season starts because odd, non-national-TV-window time frame.
Baker Mayfield, the very first pick, and Josh Rosen, the 10th, aren’t being available in off the bench to conserve the having a hard time veterans this time. Their groups, the Browns and Cardinals, come from them now; they’re where they were implied to be when the draft-day financial investment was made. Their particular coaches, Hue Jackson and Steve Wilks, are getting coast-to-coast side-eyes about their launchings, however the transition was likely never going to be smooth thinking about the depth of the hole from which both franchises are digging out.
All of which makes a set of games featuring 4 teams with a combined 2 wins (and one tie), shoehorned in between the marquee matchups, must-see matches