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The Atlanta Falcons beat the Carolina Panthers 48-33, as their top players also rewarded fantasy owners in week four. Quarterback - Matt RyanThe Atlanta Falcons quarterback threw for 500 yards and four touchdowns to lead all passers in fantasy points this week. Ryan has been in the top six QBs in three of the first four weeks of the season. The performance was all the more impressive because the Carolina Panthers defence is widely regarded as one of the best in the league. Credit to Steelers passer Ben Roethlisberger who had five touchdown passes and 300 yards without interception, leading Pittsburgh to a 43-14 victory over the Kansas City Chiefs. Likelihood is that if you had one of these two, they also led you to fantasy victory.Running back - DeMarco MurrayThe Tennessee Titans power-back has rediscovered some of the form that won him the 2014 rushing title. A disappointing season in Philadelphia last year is fast becoming a distant memory as Murray ran for 95 yards and two touchdowns in the Titans 27-20 loss to divisional rivals Houston Texans. DeMarco Murray scored two touchdowns in the Titans 27-20 division loss Wide receiver - Julio JonesFor the first time in 50 years, the NFL saw a quarterback and wide receiver combine for 500 passing yards and 300 receiving. Jones only had one touchdown but it was for a 75-yard touchdown, and the six-year veteran averaged 25 yards per reception. Highlights of the Carolina Panthers clash with the Atlanta Falcons in week four of the NFL Michael Crabtree scored three touchdowns in the Oakland Raiders 287-27 road win over the Baltimore Ravens. Crabtree had 12 catches for 88 yards and was a popular redzone target for quarterback Derek Carr.Tight end - Jordan ReedThe Redskins got back to 2-2 for the season as Reed provided two first quarter scores to give Washington a 14-0 lead. Reed was the only tight end to get two touchdowns this week. Vikings beat Giants to go 4-0 The Minnesota Vikings extended their unbeaten run with a 24-10 victory over the New York Giants. Kicker - Mike NugentWith five field goals, including three from beyond the 40-yard line, Nugent tops this weeks kicker rankings. The Cincinnati kicker has 12 FGs, but is yet to score from 50+ yards.Defence - Los Angeles RamsAfter a slow start to life in Hollywood, the Rams are beginning to deliver on the promise of becoming a top NFL defence. Three sacks, three interceptions and two fumble recoveries was enough to contain the Arizona Cardinals to just 13 points. Rams defensive tackle Aaron Donald had 1.5 sacks and five tackles as Los Angeles beat Arizona 17-13 Special commendation to the Buffalo Bills who shut out the New England Patriots on the road, the first time New England have failed to score at home since 1993. You can watch Englands tour of Bangladesh, plus Premier League football and the Japan Grand Prix on Sky Sports. Upgrade now and enjoy three months at half price! Also See: NFL week four highlights Neil Reynolds Pick Six WATCH: Sunday Blitz NFL week four round-up Juan Agudelo Jersey . Rookie Marek Mazanec made 39 saves for his first NHL victory and the Predators beat the Chicago Blackhawks 7-2 Saturday night. Matt Hedges USA Jersey . Mitchell first announced on Twitter that he has signed with the Steelers and his agent Brian Hamilton confirmed the signing to The Associated Press. Financial terms were not released. The Steelers have not announced the addition of Mitchell. http://www.soccerusateamonline.com/Alej ... -Jersey/.C. -- The Carolina Hurricanes have activated defenceman Joni Pitkanen from injured reserve. Gyasi Zardes Jersey .com) - Devon Johnson ran for a school record 272 yards with four touchdowns and No. Sebastian Lletget Jersey . Louis Cardinals on Sunday afternoon; a brief, poor outing that served to highlight two trends that have developed this season.ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- Chiefs cornerback Sean Smith was exhausted after he returned an interception 100 yards for a touchdown. "I was definitely happy I made it," Smith said. "I wanted to celebrate, but I was too tired." Thats fine, because the Chiefs are suddenly breathing easier after their defence kept Kansas Citys perfect start intact. Smiths interception and linebacker Tamba Halis 11-yard fumble return for a touchdown aided the Chiefs in overcoming a pedestrian offence and their own leaky defence in securing a 23-13 win over the Buffalo Bills on Sunday. Kansas City (9-0) remained the NFLs only undefeated team and matched the best start in franchise history set in 2003. The Chiefs now enter their bye week before a key AFC West showdown against the Denver Broncos (7-1) on Nov. 17. If the only thing perfect about the Chiefs is their record so far, coach Andy Reid refuses to make any apologies. "Were not going to make excuses for it," said Reid, who in his first year has the Chiefs continuing their worst-to-first run after a 2-14 finish last season. "Were pretty happy that we got the touchdowns. Well take them any way we can get them." The Chiefs defence led the way, outscoring the Alex Smith-led offence, which was limited to three field goals. And the defence had to compensate for its own problems in having difficulty containing a Buffalo offence headed by Jeff Tuel, an undrafted rookie making his first career start. Despite allowing a season-worst 470 yards of offence and 25 first downs, the Chiefs were opportunistic in holding their ninth consecutive opponent to 17 points or less to match an NFL record set by the 1977 Atlanta Falcons. Smiths interception turned the momentum, tying the score at 10 after Tuel had marched the Bills 79 yards on the opening drive of the third quarter. Hali then put the Chiefs ahead for good by scooping up T.J. Grahams fumble -- forced by cornerback Marcus Cooper -- and running it in to put Kansas City ahead 20-13 with 12:47 left. "We dont really care what people think," Hali said of the Chiefs victories lacking style points. "Sometimes the stats dont really tell you the outcome." Tell that to the Bills (3-6), who were left stunned and frustrated in attempting to figure out how they let this one slip away.dddddddddddd "Horrible," offensive co-ordinator Nathaniel Hackett said. "It was shocking even to our guys. We did everything we wanted. We just couldnt finish it." The difference was turnovers, as the Chiefs turned Buffalos three giveaways -- two interceptions thrown by Tuel and Grahams fumble -- into 17 points. The loss marred what began as a solid outing by Tuel, who became the third quarterback to start for Buffalo this season. He played in place of interim starter Thad Lewis, who was sidelined by bruised ribs, and with rookie starter EJ Manuel missing his fourth game with a sprained right knee. Tuels 139 yards passing in the first half were the most by a Bills quarterback in the first two quarters this season. And Tuel was in a position to improve his numbers after marching Buffalo to the Kansas City 1 on the opening drive of the second half before his day went awry. Facing third-and-goal, Tuel took a shotgun snap, and looked immediately to his right, where Graham was running a slant pattern. Tuel, however, failed to account for Smith, who easily picked off the pass at the goal line and then took off up the left sideline. "Its very frustrating," Tuel said. "Thats 100 per cent my fault." Tuel finished 18 of 39 for 229 yards passing, and a 59-yard touchdown to Marquise Goodwin. For Kansas City, Smith completed 19 of 29 passes for just 124 yards. Running back Jamaal Charles was held under 100 yards from scrimmage for the first time this season. Kansas City also snapped a six-game losing streak at Orchard Park that included two playoff losses, winning there for the first time since Sept. 28, 1986. NOTES: Bills WR Robert Woods did not return after having difficulty putting any weight on his lower leg late in the third quarter. Coach Doug Marrone said tests were negative. ... Chiefs S Kendrick Lewis also had an interception, picking off Tuels pass that sailed over the head of TE Scott Chandler in the second quarter. ... The Bills ran all over the Chiefs defence in finishing with a season-best 241 yards rushing. Buffalo was led by C.J. Spiller, who had 116 yards rushing. ' ' '