It was another great week in the Pammies with some shuffling in the standings and things tightening at the top.  Week 4's Top 10 and updated standings are after the jump…

10) "That ball is loose, it's out there and just dangling." – Chris Spielman (via realtoddbruns)

9) "One of my favorite sayings: some guys make plays, some guys don't." – Glen Mason (via joelwtscherne)

8) "Kansas won a big game today." – Brent Musburger on a 13-10 victory over Louisiana Tech. (via sctvman)

7) "A lot of people are too old to remember Fran Tarkenton." – Ray Bentley (via nauticalnatty)

6) "A great initial penetration by Fresno State, initially." – Danny Kanell (via joshnagel1)

5) "The field goal is wide left and incomplete." – Dan Hicks (via jvapxp)

4) "They say he was bitching about the fact… he was complaining… he was bitching… " – Lee Corso (via AA)

3) "He's so dynamic, but he's one dimensional." – Chris Spielman on Devin Gardner. (via TNS_Red)

2) "When he makes a mistake he has the make-up speed to make up speed when he makes a mistake." – Pete Najarian (via adamchappelle)

1) "These are unstoppable plays because the defense has no chance of stopping them." – Mark May (via David Purdum)

Week 4 Standings

1) Matt Millen 29 pts

2) Mark May 27 pts

3) Lee Corso 19 pts

4) Lou Holtz 17 pts

5) Glen Mason 13 pts

Others receiving votes: Brent Musburger 11 pts Jesse Palmer 9 pts, Rece Davis 9 pts, Pete Najarian 9 pts, Chris Spielman 9 pts, Brad Nessler 8 pts, Eric Collins 7 pts, Spencer Tillman 7 pts, Dan Hicks 6 pts, Brian Jones 6 pts, Ovie Mughelli 6 pts, Joey Harrington 5 pts, Danny Kanell 5 pts, Joey Galloway 4 pts, Ray Bentley 4 pts, Chuck Long 3 pts, Justin Kutcher 2 pts, Sean McDonough 2 pts, Aaron Taylor 1 pt, Brian Griese 1 pt, Verne Lundquist 1 pt.