This is the 7-on-7 drill, where I'll present seven lists of seven items to help keep track of the NFL season.
A non-NFL item or two might sneak its way into the drill every now and again, but this should keep you oriented to what's gone on in the league and what's to come this weekend.
7 BEST TEAMS
6. Packers (2-1)- One of two teams with an early bye last week. Last time they had a Week 4 bye (in 2013) the Packers won their next four games.
7 WORST TEAMS
3. Buccaneers (1-3)- They've been outscored by a league-worst 51 points this season and have had to pause each of the last two games because of storms. The weather gods are telling you something, Tampa.
4. Bears (1-3)- No longer winless, and the next two games -- at Indianapolis and home against Jacksonville -- are also winnable.
7. Titans (1-3)- They won't embarrass themselves, but the offense doesn't have enough sophistication to come from behind.
7 BIGGEST DISAPPOINTMENTS THROUGH 4 WEEKS
1. Arizona Cardinals- A popular Super Bowl pick, especially after a compelling Amazon documentary of the team's thrilling 2015 season. But the team hasn't been the same since the season-ending thud in the NFC title game.
2. Carolina Panthers- Something ain't right with Cam Newton or the defense. They have the talent to turn it around, but must do it soon.
3. Odell Beckham Jr.- Forget the sub-par stats. He's acted like a petulant child star who couldn't handle all the fame and fortune.
4. Indianapolis Colts- Their division is wide open, especially with J.J. Watt out for the year, but apparently the Colts have no interest in seizing it.
6. Kansas City Chiefs- Their 29-point loss to the Steelers on national TV suggests that nothing has changed. They're a playoff contender with no chance of making a deep run if they get there.
7. Adam Gase- The youngest coach in the NFL has done little to re-energize the Dolphins or quarterback Ryan Tannehill.
7 INTRIGUING MATCHUPS IN WEEK 5
1. Falcons at Broncos (4:05 p.m.)- The classic "unstoppable force meeting immovable object" game.
2. Bengals at Cowboys (4:25 p.m.)- Plenty of playmakers should make this an entertaining and competitive game.
4. Giants at Packers (8:30 p.m.)- Giants get a do-over in prime time as two of the seven active Super Bowl-winning QBs duke it out.
5. Texans at Vikings (1 p.m.)- One of just three games between winning teams this week.
6. Chargers at Raiders (4:25 p.m.)- The Chargers' three losses this year have come in frantic final-minute finishes. Both these teams like drama and points.
7 PREDICTIONS FOR THE ABOVE GAMES
1. Broncos- The immovable object wins, proving there's no such thing as an unstoppable force (or at least that the Falcons aren't one).
2. Bengals- Experience overcomes Cowboys' impressive youth.
3. Ravens- They get back to winning close games at home.
4. Packers- Both quarterbacks throw for 300 yards.
5. Vikings- This time they rip the wings off DeAndre Hopkins.
6. Chargers- A shootout finally goes their way.
7. Eagles- Wentz lacks fluidity of his first three games but the underrated defense creates a key turnover.
7 PLAYERS WHO WILL HAVE BIG FANTASY DAYS
2. DeMarco Murray, RB- In an otherwise feckless Titans offense, he's ripping off 5.2 yards per carry. Against the Dolphins, the Titans might actually play with a lead this week.
3. Terrance West, RB- Ravens aren't typically good fantasy options this year (aside from Justin Tucker), but the offense will likely try to establish West early and keep feeding him if effective.
4. Julian Edelman, WR- Just five catches for 54 yards in the past two weeks combined. No one is happier to have his pal Brady back than the guy who no longer has to play backup quarterback.
5. Sterling Shepard, WR- The Packers are allowing nearly nine yards per passing attempt. And the Giants' other receiver isn't having any fun, so this bright rookie will have to do some damage.
6. Zach Ertz, TE- Back from injury and playing against a Lions defense that has allowed five touchdowns to tight ends thus far.
7. Panthers defense- Buy low on a defense that just allowed 42 points and gets to play a quarterback (Jameis Winston) who has turned the ball over 10 times.
7-WORD REVIEWS OF 7 TV SHOWS I'M WATCHING
1. Narcos- Spoiler alert: Pablo Escobar dies in finale.
2. BoJack Horseman- Who knew anthropomorphic animals could be clever?
3. Survivor- Thirty-three seasons strong; the paradigm always delivers.
4. Shark Tank- Oh, the products billionaires will invest in.
5. Atlanta- Subtle, funny, provocative look at rap scene.
6. Saturday Night Live- Political sketches were on point in premiere.
7. Thursday Night Football- Games are duds when players aren’t rested.