If the NFL’s Week 3 was full of surprises, Week 4 was the regression to the mean: Wrongs were righted, order was restored and several teams proved they are who we thought they were.

On Thursday Night Football, the Cincinnati Bengals took out their frustrations on the Miami Dolphins. After two straight weeks of close-but-not-quite against the AFC’s best, they laid a 22-9 pounding on one of the AFC’s worst.

The Jacksonville Jaguars hosted the Indianapolis Colts at Wembley Stadium, the Jags’ home away from home. The allegedly talent-stocked Jags desperately needed their first win of the season. If they hadn’t, it would have been easy to see head coach Gus Bradley join the ranks of coaches fired after an exhausting London embarrassment.

About Ty Schalter

Ty Schalter is thrilled to be part of The Comeback. A member of the Pro Football Writers of America, Ty also works as an NFL columnist for Bleacher Report and VICE Sports, and regular host for Sirius XM’s Bleacher Report Radio. In another life, he was an IT cubicle drone with a pretentious Detroit Lions blog.