NFL Week 4 takeaways: Browns offense catches fire, Brady leads Bucs' comeback

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Week 4 in the NFL featured huge performances from Odell Beckham Jr., Joe Mixon, Dak Prescott, Tom Brady and Dalvin Cook. The Browns hung 49 points on the Cowboys, while the Vikings finally found the win column by holding off the Texans — who remain winless. The Buccaneers came back to beat Justin Herbert and the Chargers, while the Saints’ offense got rolling in a five-TD day against the Lions. Joe Burrow earned his first NFL win as the Bengals defeated the Jaguars, and the Panthers upset Kyler Murray and the Cardinals.

All that and more in Week 4‘s biggest takeaways from NFL Nation.

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SEA-MIA | CLE-DAL | BAL-WSH
NO-DET | LAC-TB | MIN-HOU
ARI-CAR | JAX-CIN | DEN-NYJ

Standout performer for SEA-MIA: Chris Carson, 80 rushing yards and 2 TDs, 20 receiving yards

The Seahawks’ defense showed it can cover. That was a big question mark after it allowed an NFL-record 1,292 passing yards over the first three games, something few saw coming after they added Jamal Adams and Quinton Dunbar to their secondary. Seattle’s defense produced two interceptions and didn’t allow Miami to find the end zone

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