Matt Ryan - Atlanta Falcons
Ryan's Falcons destroyed the Houston Texans on Sunday, scoring a 48-21 victory en route to a 4-0 start. Ryan was brutally efficient, going 19-27 for 256 yards and a touchdown in the victory.
Matt Hasselbeck - Indianapolis Colts
Starting in place of an injured Andrew Luck, the 40-year old Hasselbeck drank the fountain of youth in the Colts' 16-13 overtime victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars. Hasselbeck, who was the QB for the Eagles in the mid-1990s, went 30-47 for 282 yards and a touchdown with no interceptions as Indy defeated Jacksonville in the extra frame.
Andre Williams - New York Giants
AW44 talled 35 yards on 11 carries, tops for touches on the team's backfield, in Big Blue's 24-10 win over the Buffalo Bills. The win pulled the Giants back to .500 at 2-2 this season.
Anthony Castonzo - Indianapolis Colts
Castonzo played every offensive snap for te Colts while protecting the blindside for Hasselbeck in the aforementioned victory over Jacksonville in overtime.
Gosder Cherilus - Tampa Bay Buccaneers
Speaking of playing every snap, Gosder played every offensive down at right tackle for Tampa Bay in front of quarterback Jameis Winston. Winston struggled, however, throwing four picks in a 37-23 Carolina Panther victory over TB.
BJ Raji - Green Bay Packers
The Packers continued to roll, remaining undefeated and improving to 4-0 with a 17-3 win over San Francisco. Raji contributed three tackles in the win over the Niners in Santa Clara.
Luke Kuechly - Carolina Panthers
Kuechly sat out his third game since sustaining a concussion in the season opener for the Panthers. With the bye week coming up for Kuechly, his next opportunity is to play October 18th against Seattle.
Kasim Edebali - New Orleans Saints
The Saints defeated the Dallas Cowboys, 26-20, on an 80-yard scoot and scamper by running back CJ Spiller, but for Eagle fans, they'll be happy to note that Edebali played nearly 50 snaps for NOLA.
Mark Herzlich - New York Giants
Herzlich notched four tackles, two of which were solo, in the New York win over the Buffalo Bills.
Kevin Pierre-Louis - Seattle Seahawks
As a member of the special teams unit, KPL saw time on the field for Seattle but did not register a tackle in the Seahawks' 13-10 win over Detroit.
Ryan Quigley - New York Jets
Playing the Miami Dolphins at Wembley Stadium in London, Quigley added to his amazing totals by punting five times, one time pinning Miami inside their own 20-yard line. The Jets destroyed Miami to the point where head coach Joe Philbin was fired this week. New York is off this week.
Will Blackmon - Washington Redskins
Blackmon registered a single tackle in Washington's win over the Philadelphia Eagles.
Ian Silberman - San Francisco 49ers
Silberman did not see the field as a backup lineman for the Niners.
Andy Gallik - Tennessee Titans
Along with the defending Super Bowl champion New England Patriots, the Titans had the early bye week and sat out week four. Gallik returns to action with the Titans in Week 5 when they play Buffalo at home.