NFL Week 4 Insights: Micah Parsons' Pass-Rush Brilliance, Mahomes' Pressure Evasion, and More



NFL Week 4 Insights: Micah Parsons’ Pass-Rush Brilliance, Mahomes’ Pressure Evasion, and More

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In this week’s NFL action, we saw standout performances from players across the league. From Micah Parsons’ pass-rushing prowess to Patrick Mahomes’ composure under pressure, here are some key takeaways.

  1. Dallas Cowboys: Micah Parsons led the way in Week 4 with an impressive 10 pressures, showcasing his impact on the game.
  2. Kansas City Chiefs: Patrick Mahomes continues to excel at preventing pressure from turning into sacks, solidifying his status as one of the league’s top quarterbacks.

Let’s dive deeper into some intriguing statistics and standout players from Week 4 and the season as a whole.

Arizona Cardinals

Rookie receiver Michael Wilson has made a mark with four deep ball receptions, a notable feat for a newcomer like him.

Atlanta Falcons

Jonnu Smith surprised fans by leading weekly yards per route run by a tight end with a 4.13-yard average in Week 4.

Baltimore Ravens

Lamar Jackson boasts an impressive fourth-highest adjusted completion percentage at 81%.

Buffalo Bills

DaQuan Jones had a standout performance, winning 32.1% of his 28 pass rushes, the highest among defensive interior players.

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Carolina Panthers

Derrick Brown’s 15 tackles in the run game without a missed tackle make him a formidable presence on defense.

Chicago Bears

Despite a tough defeat, Justin Fields showcased his deep passing skills with four deep completions and a third-highest grade of 91.9 on deep throws.

Cincinnati Bengals

Joe Burrow’s quick decision-making is evident with the lowest average time to throw (2.25 seconds) and the highest percentage of dropbacks under 2.5 seconds (68.6%) in Week 4.

Cleveland Browns

Martin Emerson Jr. boasts the lowest allowed completion percentage when targeted, allowing just 4-of-14 catches in primary coverage.

Denver Broncos

Russell Wilson ranks fourth among quarterbacks with a grade of 95.0 when throwing deep and is third in big-time throws on deep passes.

Detroit Lions

Guard Halapoulivaati Vaitai stands out as the only offensive lineman with over 50 pass protection snaps without giving up a pressure or committing a penalty.

Green Bay Packers

Rashan Gary leads in pass-rush win percentage among players with at least 50 rushes, narrowly edging out Myles Garrett.

Houston Texans

C.J. Stroud shines with the highest rookie quarterback grade (73.3) since Joe Burrow in 2020 in his first four games.

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Indianapolis Colts

Dayo Odeyingbo’s stellar performance includes leading all defenders with five defensive stops in the run game.

Jacksonville Jaguars

Christian Kirk gains the second-most yardage from the slot of all players with 202 yards.

Las Vegas Raiders

Aidan Hutchinson, Micah Parsons, and Maxx Crosby lead the league with 27 combined sacks, hits, and hurries.

Los Angeles Chargers

Keenan Allen leads the league in catches without a drop, with 35, two ahead of Justin Jefferson.

Los Angeles Rams

Aaron Donald has picked up steam in recent weeks, leading all defensive interior players with 22 pressures.

Miami Dolphins

Tyreek Hill tops all receivers with the best yards per route run (3.92) among those who’ve run at least 100 routes.

Minnesota Vikings

Justin Jefferson leads the league in deep ball receptions with seven.

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New England Patriots

Tight end Hunter Henry stands out with the most intermediate receptions (10-19 yards in the air) among tight ends, totaling seven.

New Orleans Saints

Chris Olave is the most targeted player downfield, with the Saints sending it deep to him more than 20 yards downfield 13 times.

New York Giants

Daniel Jones is the quarterback with the most scrambles, leading the way with 17.

New York Jets

Michael Carter II has the lowest yards per slot snap in coverage, allowing just 0.29 yards per snap.

Philadelphia Eagles

Jordan Mailata shines with a 93.5 grade, the highest among offensive linemen in run blocking on zone plays.

Pittsburgh Steelers

Joey Porter Jr. is allowing just one reception per…

San Francisco 49ers

Brandon Aiyuk led all receivers in yards per route run, totaling 148 on just 19 routes.

Seattle Seahawks

Bobby Wagner, along with T.J. Edwards, leads the league in defensive stops in the run game with 16.

Tampa Bay Buccaneers

Tristan Wirfs has seamlessly transitioned to the left side of the line, pass blocking over 100 times while allowing only two or fewer pressures.

Tennessee Titans

Derrick Henry’s nine broken tackles in Week 4 showcased his incredible strength and agility, leading all runners.

Washington Commanders

Chase Young is among the few defensive ends who exclusively rush from one side, while James Smith-Williams switches between left and right sides.

These insights provide a comprehensive look at the standout performances and statistics from Week 4 and the season, highlighting the exceptional talents and achievements of NFL players.


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