Week 4 in the NFL has another highly contested Sunday that saw plenty of competitive games.
There was a mixture of upsets, overtime games, and last-second finishes.
But, like most weeks there were a few teams that underperformed.
Only one winless team remains, and that is the Houston Texans.
Not much was expected from them this season anyway.
But, the ones that fell flat on their face are the teams that will be regretting the missed opportunity come tomorrow.
Without further ado, here are the three NFL teams that disappointed in Week 4.
It is hard not to be disappointed by the Lions’ home loss to the Seattle Seahawks.
Especially because their offense scored 45 points and still lost the game.
Detroit has serious issues on defense.
They are by far the worst defensive team in the NFL and seemingly can not stop anyone.
On Sunday, they gave up 555 total yards and 48 points to the Geno Smith-led Seahawks.
That simply can not happen.
Seattle was thought to have a bottom-five offense in the NFL entering the year yet put together a historic performance in Week 4.
Detroit managed to give up 235 rushing yards and 7.1 yards per carry.
The Seahawks went the entire game without punting the ball and were only held scoreless on one drive where they missed a field goal.
The #Lions have averaged 35.0 PPG & allowed 35.3 PPG this season.
Detroit’s 281 combined points + points allowed are the most by any team in the first 4 games of a season in NFL history.#OnePride
— NFL Research (@NFLResearch) October 2, 2022
The Lions have given up 141 points in three games and should have a better record than 1-3.
Despite having an offense led by Jared Goff that can score, the Detroit defense is giving them no chance to compete.
Changes must be made to that side of the ball if the Lions are hoping to turn their season around.
After pulling off an incredible upset over the Kansas City Chiefs last week, the Colts reverted to the form we saw the first two weeks of the season.
Indianapolis dropped to 1-2-1 with a home loss to the Tennessee Titans.
The Titans jumped out to a hot start scoring on each of their first four possessions.
Tennessee’s lead was 24-3 at a point in the second quarter and they never looked back.
The Colts are not built to play from behind.
Running back, Jonathan Taylor is their best offensive player and they can not feature him when they get into an early hole.
Taylor finished the game with 20 carries for 42 yards and suffered an ankle injury in the process.
Despite throwing for 356 yards, Matt Ryan was not very good once again.
He threw one interception and fumbled the ball twice.
Matt Ryan now has eight fumbles in 13 quarters. He's on pace to break the NFL record pic.twitter.com/GMTGllyMnH
— Gridiron (@Gridiron) October 2, 2022
This Colts team is playing bad football right now and the quarterback and coach may be on the hot seat sooner than later.
The Browns were in a position to take over first place in the AFC North with a win over the rebuilding Atlanta Falcons.
Cleveland fell flat on their face in this game.
Despite Nick Chubb running for 118 yards and one touchdown, the Browns only mustered 20 points.
Jacoby Brissett looked like a backup QB, throwing one interception and zero touchdowns.
This was a game the Browns should have won.
They won the time of possession battle and outgained the Falcons in yardage.
It was clear Cleveland missed Myles Garrett on defense.
Their defense could not stop the run, giving up 202 yards on the ground.
The Browns missed a big opportunity in Week 4 and might regret it later on in the season.