Week five is already upon us in the NFL and we still don't have a very clear view of who will take the division crown this season. San Francisco is off to a fast start at 3-1, but anything can happen and they could eventually slow down. The Rams are on their bye week, a welcomed sight after starting the season 0-4.
The Rams may not be playing this week, but both the 49ers and Seahawks are. Let's take a look around the division in this week's NFC West Roundup.
The injury report.
San Francisco 49ers right tackle Anthony Davis was fined $25,000 for twice leg-whipping Philadelphia Eagles defensive end Jason Babin in last Sunday's game.
Beating the blitz: Tom Brady, Alex Smith best vs. pressure
It seems that staph infection has hit a couple of 49ers players.
Turnovers will tell the tale of who wins this match up.
The injury report
The two rookie offensive linemen on the right side in Seattle seem to be working out the kinks.
Losing Mike Williams to a concussion should not affect the Seahawks' offense too drastically.
Some are starting to question Pete Carroll's risky style of coaching.
It would make sense for the 'Hawks to run the ball given their QB situation, but that hasn't been the case so far.
Some notes from ESPN's Mike Sando about Danny Amendola and his absence.
The Rams have a bad case of the drops, but they're not the only ones.
St. Louis Rams RB Steven Jackson is 100 percent and ready to play.
What the Rams need to do after the bye week to right the ship.
The St. Louis Rams have lost starting CB Bradley Fletcher for the rest of the season. The injury bug is really beginning to hit St. Louis hard. The bye week should help them sort out some of the roster issues.