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  • One-quarter of the way through the schedule Ryan Grant Jersey Stitched , minus the Panthers and Redskins who had byes in Week 4, there's one obvious trend in the NFL: Nobody knows anything.Still, we'll try to decipher what happened in a September that saw some early season swoons and some sizzling starts.THE GOODThe NFL wants offense, offense and more offense. If a game winds up 60-55, the folks on Park Avenue will have no problem with it.So the points explosion the Rams and Chiefs put forth in the first four games deserve praise for their entertainment value, and perhaps for pleasing the upper echelon bosses of the league. Both teams have young, strong-armed gamblers at quarterback, dynamic running backs, and schemes that befuddle defenses.Kudos, too, go to some of the unexpectedly impressive teams through the opening month. We talk of:—Cincinnati . Although the defense hasn't quite come around, the Bengals (3-1) have displayed enough with the ball, averaging 31.5 points despite playing three road games. There's a resilience this club rarely has displayed in recent seasons, best exhibited by the way the Bengals rallied to win at Atlanta on Sunday."We didn't flinch Youth Matt Slauson Jersey ," quarterback Andy Dalton said. "We just kept going. That's what you need to be a really good team and to be a good offense."—Baltimore . And most notably, Joe Flacco, who with a new and much stronger receiving group, has looked like the guy who helped the Ravens (3-1) win the 2012 championship. Almost always possessing a reliable defense, Baltimore has yielded 65 points; only Jacksonville among clubs that have played four times has yielded fewer.—Tennessee . Talk about resilience, the Titans (3-1) have won three straight, each by three points. The gumption they showed in overtime versus defending Super Bowl champ Philadelphia — converting three fourth-down plays in overtime, one via penalty — is a great sign in Music City.—Chicago . Monsters of the Midway indeed. It's been a while since a trade just before the season kicked off has had the kind of impact of the Bears (3-1) getting Khalil Mack from Oakland. This is a defense that should keep Chicago in every game — don't go overboard, Bears fans, by Mitchell Trubisky's six touchdown passes against a befuddled and, at times disinterested group of Buccaneers — and that bodes well for winter time for a recently downtrodden team.—Cleveland. Hey, the Browns (1-2-1) have a win already. And a tie.—TV ratings. They are up and, as we get closer to cold and nasty weather, the numbers figure to continue climbing.THE BADLet's start with the new head coaches Matt Slauson Jersey Stitched , who have a combined mark of 10-18, including Arizona, the only winless team at 0-4. Steve Wilks has a defensive background, but the Cardinals have allowed 94 points while scoring a measly 37. Already, 13 teams have scored at least 37 points in a game.You must score consistently to win in the current NFL.Chicago's Matt Nagy and Tennessee's Mike Vrabel (see above) each are 3-1. Indianapolis' Frank Reich, Oakland's Jon Gruden, Detroit's Matt Patricia and the Giants' Pat Shurmur all are 1-3.Also not worth bragging about:—10-minute OTs. The 2017 rule change had no effect as there were no ties. Already we've had two this season, nearly had three more on Sunday, and a perhaps unintended consequence of the shortening of overtime from 15 minutes, generally for player safety, could be coming. The OT structure allows the team that kicks off to begin the extra session to get the ball if the opponent opens with a field goal. What if that opponent uses up all 10 minutes and kicks a three-pointer to win it as overtime expires?—The malaise plaguing supposed Super Bowl contenders in Minnesota, Pittsburgh and Atlanta, all playing far below expectations and revealing some alarming weak spots.SHIELD YOUR EYESLe'Veon Bell's holdout and what it has done to the Steelers, on the field and in the locker room Womens Malik Hooker Jersey , has gotten ugly.Injuries to such key players as Earl Thomas, Tyler Eifert, Jimmy Garoppolo and three Falcons defensive starters not only were tough to watch, but could have long-range impacts on their careers and their teams' chances.Finally, the officiating.Coaches grit their teeth or, in the case of Packers' Mike McCarthy, slam their play sheet to the ground. Players demonstratively protest calls and reversals of calls. Broadcasters, including former NFL officiating chiefs, wonder aloud where that decision came from and how it was reached. Owners probably throw food around in their luxury boxes.Points of emphasis become so emphasized that they exceed their intent. Hey, a Miami Dolphin gets hurt trying to avoid landing too hard on a quarterback in fear of getting a penalty for something that physics say is unavoidable.Video replay in September became more intrusive than ever, and perhaps even a bit unreliable.Of course, there are three more months to go. Let's see what October brings. Our next prospect interview is with Ohio Wide Receiver Papi White. White is a 5’9" 177 pound receiver who is very versatile and quick.Career Stats: 161 catches for 2,620 yards and 19 touchdowns...."WhiteFanposts Fanshots Colts StoriesScheduleRosterStatsYahoo Colts NewsYahoo Colts Team PageYahoo Colts ReportYahoo Colts Depth ChartYahoo Colts TransactionsYahoo Colts PhotosShop About Masthead Community Guidelines StubHub ✕Colts AnalysisInterviewsRoad to the DraftColts Prospect Interviews: Ohio WR Papi WhiteNew,13commentsESTShareTweetShareShareColts Prospect Interviews: Ohio WR Papi WhiteRandy Sartin-USA TODAY SportsOur next prospect interview is with Ohio Wide Receiver Papi White. White is a 5’9” 177 pound receiver who is very versatile and quick.Career Stats: 161 catches for 2 Womens Peyton Manning Jersey ,620 yards and 19 touchdowns. 91 rushes for 470 yards and 6 touchdowns.White interviewed exclusively with Stampede Blue to talk about his Ohio recruitment, playing with Nathan Rourke, and who his NFL role model is.Zach Hicks: Why did you decide to attend Ohio University?Papi White: I just gained a relationship with the coaches and Coach (Tim) Albin specifically just reminded me of my high school coach and I felt like I’d get along with him. Coach Solich is some sort of a legend at Ohio University and he also reminded me of my head coach so I felt like those reasons led to me going there.ZH: Most receivers like you who go to smaller schools don’t have he benefit of playing with high profile QBs but that wasn’t the case for you. What was it like playing with a guy like Nathan Rourke?PW: It was great honestly. We would just depend on each other and he’s just a hardworking dude who made me want to work harder as well. So, I just felt like it was a great fit. ZH: When you first came to Ohio, you played some receiver and some running back. What was it like having to play between two different positions?PW: Honestly, it was just... I don’t know I felt like I was just playing football so I didn’t really think about it too much.ZH: What was the toughest part of transitioning to receiver full time later in your career?PW: I would say learning the routes.. like all the route tree, just working on the routes in the route tree that I couldn’t really run. Just progressing in that area.ZH: I also noticed you played some special teams at Ohio. Is that an area you can contribute in right away in the NFL?PW: Yeah if they let me. I would definitely say yeah.ZH: You made some acrobatic catches in college for a player your size and really showed an ability to high point passes. Would you say that is an underrated part of your game with your size?PW: I honestly don’t really know how to answer that (laughs). I just react to what I see and go after the ball when I see it (laughs).ZH: What aspect of your game do you need to improve upon most?PW: I would say working on my routes, sharpening them up a bit. I would also say blocking. I ain’t too good at blocking and I feel like I could get better at that.ZH: What is the best trait that you are going to bring to an NFL team?PW: I’m just a hardworking player and I just feel like I have confidence in myself and I’m going to get the job done.ZH: Which NFL player do you compare yourself most to?PW: I try to compare myself to a lot of different receivers like even guys who are taller than me or bigger than me. I just like to take something, just one thing at least, from each wide receiver in the league. My role model though has actually been Tavon Austin.ZH: You didn’t receive a combine invite but what can we expect from you at your Pro Day?PW: Honestly I feel like I’ve been working hard over these past few months and I feel like my numbers have gotten a lot better since I’ve been working here.ZH: Final question for you, why should my team draft Papi White come draft time?PW: A hardworking dude. Never lets up and just a team player.