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  • 9/30, 10:40 pm
    • Over the Giants' last two games,...

      Over the Giants' last two games, Manning's gotten rid of the ball in a blistering two seconds per snap, the Newark Star-Ledger reports.

      Analysis: According to Pro Football Focus, Manning has held the ball for less time than anyone other than his brother Peyton so far this season, and over the last two games, Eli's even faster than him. Combined with improved offensive line play, Manning's rarely been under pressure the last two games. He should have another good matchup at home this week against the Falcons.

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  • 9/30, 9:20 pm
    • Playing without defensive end Ropati Pitoitua...

      Playing without defensive end Ropati Pitoitua (knee), the Tennessee Titans defense had one takeway and no sacks in Sunday's 41-17 loss to the Indianapolis Colts.

      Analysis: Pitoitua's absence, while not unimportant, hardly justifies this level of dominance. The Titans defense allowed 498 yards of total offense, finally imploding after looking shaky the previous two weeks. While the unit has a respectable amount of talent, starting cornerback Blidi Wreh-Wilson has been consistently picked on by opponents. Perhaps even more important, the early schedule has been quite difficult, and the Titans offense has been awful. Week 5 brings a home matchup against a Cleveland Browns offense that has been surprisingly productive this year.

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  • 9/30, 9:03 pm
    • San Diego Chargers cornerback Shareece Wright...

      San Diego Chargers cornerback Shareece Wright suffered a knee injury during Sunday's 33-14 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars, The San Diego Union-Tribune reports.

      Analysis: The Chargers were already playing without No. 3 cornerback Jason Verrett (hamstring), the team's first-round pick in the 2014 NFL Draft. No matter, the San Diego defense bounced back from a shaky first half, finishing Sunday's game with three takeaways and three sacks. Jaguars quarterback Blake Bortles was able to move the ball in his first career start, but he also made some mistakes, and didn't get much help from the running game. The San Diego defense, while likely still vulnerable, has played well above expectations this season. A pair of veterans have led the charge, with outside linebacker Dwight Freeney and cornerback Brandon Flowers both experiencing bounce-back seasons in the wake of disappointing 2013 campaigns. The Bolts draw another friendly home matchup in Week 5, this time against the New York Jets.

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  • 9/30, 8:54 pm
    • Following Sunday's 27-24 loss to the...

      Following Sunday's 27-24 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, the Pittsburgh Steelers defense does not expect to have inside linebacker Ryan Shazier (knee) for Sunday's Week 5 road game against the Jacksonville Jaguars, reports.

      Analysis: The Pittsburgh defense, which looked quite shaky through the first three weeks of the season, was unable to overcome the three key injuries it suffered in Week 3. Despite facing a Tampa Bay offense that has struggled badly this year, the Steelers had just one sack and one takeaway in one of the season's biggest upsets to date. Week 5 brings another excellent matchup against Jacksonville, and while there's a decent chance the injury-riddled Pittsburgh defense will have a big day, it's also possible that the lousy Jaguars offense will finally have an easy enough matchup to break out.

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  • 9/30, 8:44 pm
    • Playing without linebackers Sio Moore (ankle)...

      Playing without linebackers Sio Moore (ankle) and Nick Roach (concussion), the Oakland Raiders defense had three takeways but no sacks in Sunday's 38-14 loss to the Miami Dolphins in London.

      Analysis: The three takeaways can probably be considered quite lucky, as the Raiders were unable to stop the run or the pass. Furthermore, Oakland's solid Week 3 performance against the New England Patriots doesn't look quite so impressive, as Tom Brady and Co. were dominated by the Kansas City Chiefs on Monday. While quite a bit better than the team's woeful offense, the Oakland defense is still a welcome sight for opponents. That said, there is some hope here, as the team could sport a surprisingly strong linebacking corps once Roach and Moore return from injuries. Rookie outside linebacker Khalil Mack has been fantastic through four weeks, though the fifth overall pick in May's draft still doesn't have his first NFL sack. The Raiders have a Week 5 bye.

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