This is Yard Barker's Chris Mueller and hear your three big things from Week four of the NFL season.
Big statements were made across the league in Week four, but no team made a louder one than the Cleveland Browns.
Cleveland flattened Dallas in a 49 to 38 victory that featured 307 rushing yards, which is the highest single game total the Cowboys have allowed in franchise history.
Cleveland's now three and one, but they still face some questions.
One is whether or not they can thrive with Nick Chubb sideline for a least six weeks with an M c L injury.
The other is whether or not they can deliver this kind of offensive explosion against one of the league's better defense's.
Dallas came into the game as one of the NFL's worst.
A date with Indianapolis.
Next week will be a test.
So far this season, the Colts have the top scoring defense in the league.
The Vikings finally got themselves a win, and they may have saved their season in the process.
Kirk Cousins delivered a solid, if not great performance, but Dalvin Cook, as usual, was the engine driving Minnesota's success, though the Vikings leaky defense once again was troublesome.
The Vikings have been utterly unable to stop the past and the next four quarterbacks they face, or Russell Wilson, Matt Ryan, Aaron Rodgers and Matthew Stafford.
Whether this was merely a one game reprieve or the start of something better depends largely on Minnesota's ability to generate something resembling a consistent pass rush from week to week.
Lastly, it wasn't pretty, but the Indianapolis Colts handed the Bears their first loss of the season, and they did it with defense, limiting Chicago to just 269 total yards.
Even more impressive was the fact that they did it without Darius Leonard, for the most part, who left the game with a groin injury that may keep him out against the Browns.
The Colts aren't flashy offensively, they're just effective, and their defense has been stifling.
No opponent has managed to put up 300 yards of offense yet this season, But for a remarkably efficient game by Gardner Minshew in Week one, Indy would be 40 win against the Browns would not only send the Colts to four in one, it would also give them a great chance to enter the bye week five and one as Cincinnati follows Cleveland on their schedule.
The cold schedule, however, becomes a gauntlet after the bye week.
But with offenses exploding around the league, it's hard not to be impressed by their stingy start.
So there you have it.
Three big things from Week four of the NFL season for yard Barker.
I'm Chris Mueller.