Week four is already upon us and to me, this is the week that our Arizona Cardinals get to make a statement. With all of their key contributors coming back and presumably playing in the game vs. the Giants, we will get a good look at what this squad is made of.
The other teams in the NFC West will get to do the same thing. There are no divisional games this week and to me, there is a high probability that the NFC West loses out. Everyone but San Francisco is at home, as they visit the Eagles. Other than that, let's take a more in depth look and get ready for game day in this week's Roundup.
General NFC West News:
A quick look at some of the strengths and weaknesses of the 49ers.
49ers preparing for the worst if Frank Gore can't go on Sunday.
Insert title into Cardinals 2010 season. Without a good quarterback, the running backs will undoubtedly see more defenders in the box and become less effective.
A break down on the latest news on Braylon Edwards, including a tweet about his recovery time.
Patrick Willis and NaVorro Bowman will be playing plenty of snaps in the attempt to stop the Michael Vick running game.
A quick look at the strengths and weaknesses of the Rams.
The Rams are set to break one of their own records... To get their quarterback sacked 59 times this season.
Some more Steven Jackson news, including some news on Rod Hood, a former cornerback for the Cardinals that just joined the Rams. He had a pretty good 2007 season for us.
The Rams could have a tough time moving the chains on 3rd down against the Redskins.
The strengths and weaknesses of the Seattle Seahawks.
The evolution of Seahawks rookie right tackle, James Carpenter.
Wide receiver Mike Williams has some comments about his role in the Seahawks offense. It has changed quite drastically due to the addition of Sidney Rice and the evolution of Golden Tate.
Rookie K.J. Wright has taken over for Aaron Curry, sending Curry to the bench for the first time since being selected fourth overall in 2009. Not only was the move made because of poor play from Curry, but apparently Wright has earned that job as well.
Apparently the Seahawks plan to continue to use the no huddle offense.