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Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

A few Andrew Luck fans in the house at MetLife Stadium. Truth be told, there aren't many fans, period, in the house.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

No wind tonight at MetLife Stadium, so the conditions should be ideal for Jets PK Nick Folk. Jets special teams coordinator Brant Boyer is a former Colts assistant; big game for him and special teams.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

The Colts will be without three defensive starters against the Jets. Here are Indy's inactives: CB Patrick Robinson, S Clayton Geathers, LB Deon King, OL Le'Raven Clark, OL Austin Blythe, DL Lavar Edwards and LB Robert Mathis

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets DE Muhammad Wilkerson is active for tonight's game. The inactives are S Calvin Pryor, DL Steve McLendon, LB Lorenzo Mauldin, WR Jalin Marshall, G Dakota Dozier, WR Devin Smith and QB Christian Hackenberg. Rontez Miles starts for Pryor, Mike Catapano for McLendon. C Nick Mangold returns to action after missing four games.

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Nets escape Power Rankings cellar

Brooklyn comes in at 29th this week. The Nets' one-spot rise is a reward for their 2OT win over the Clippers. Sean Kilpatrick's Cinderella story has given Nets fans some joy this season. Week 7 Power Rankings

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Odell Beckham doesn't have to worry about seeing referee Terry McAulay again this season. An officiating crew cannot see the same team more than twice in a season.

Dave Tuley ESPN Staff Writer 

The Indianapolis Colts visit the New York Jets on ESPN's Monday Night Football. The ViewFromVegas is the game is pick 'em at the majority of Las Vegas-based sports books (7 of 13) on the Don Best odds screen after being between Indianapolis -1 and -2 most of the past week.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

View from the press box at MetLife Stadium, where the Jets host the Colts at 8:30 on ESPN. It'll be interesting to gauge the turnout. This could be a half-empty stadium.

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Betances to pitch in WBC

Yankees pitcher Dellin Betances has been confirmed for the 2017 World Baseball Classic in March. He'll play for the Dominican Republic team, along with Adrian Beltre, Robinson Canó, Nelson Cruz and Manny Machado. Story

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Knicks rise to 15th in Power Rankings

Derrick Rose has overcome a slow start to lift his PER to a solid 16.6, while Kristaps Porzingis already has more 25-point games than he did all of last season. Week 7 Power Rankings

Andrew Marchand ESPN Senior Writer 

Yankees GM Brian Cashman said on SiriusXM that Aroldis Chapman "is going to be costly. We're prepared to a degree to compete for that."Chapman told ESPN he is looking for a six-year deal.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Joakim Noah had two points and five rebounds in 24 minutes in his first game back following a 2-game absence due to an ankle injury. "I feel better but I still have a lot of work to do. Can't get frustrated with the process," he said. "Our team is definitely playing a lot better basketball right now. So just keep focusing on the positive and just keep focusing on my improvement." Noah remains confident that he will get healthy and be more productive as the season progresses. "It's going to come… no question," he says. He adds: "I know that I'm better than what I'm doing right now."

Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

Sandy Alderson expects to test Jose Reyes in the outfield during spring training. The Mets did not want to try that in-season last year. Alderson said the Mets will be doing that with minor leaguers this year as well so they are more flexible when they get to the majors.

Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

Sandy Alderson said David Wright is in California working with his surgeon's physical therapists and is ready to begin baseball activity this month. Asked who the Mets' third baseman is in 2017, Alderson unequivocally said: "David Wright."

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Adam Rubin ESPN Staff Writer 

Sandy Alderson says he has met with agents and teams on Monday. On the free agents, he is reviewing the entire "menu," but is focused on relief pitching. With respect to trading an outfielder, Alderson said the talks are still preliminary, but he doesn't believe he will need to eat salary as part of a trade to boost the return.

Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Through 20 games, Knicks are scoring 113 points per 100 possessions but allowing 119/100 possessions with Derrick Rose & Brandon Jennings on the floor, per NBA.com. Still, the Rose-Jennings pairing puts particular stress on a defense, as Rose notes:

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