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8hTodd Archer

Roger Staubach, Troy Aikman have been in Tony Romo's spot

The Cowboys are winning with QB Dak Prescott. Do they mess with the formula and reinsert Tony Romo? The team has dealt with similar situations before.

Stephen A. says 'bravo' to Redskins losing to Lions (2:16)
Riddick: Jets well within their right to replace Fitzpatrick (1:05)
Why Matthew Berry isn't surprised by RBs Ajayi, Gordon or Rodgers (1:51)
Norman opens up about path to stardom, OBJ altercation (0:45)
Cardinals, Seahawks each miss game-winning field goals (0:57)
3hEric Karabell

Will Melvin Gordon keep scoring?

Melvin Gordon might not have the best yards per carry average in the NFL, but he's finding the end zone. Is his scoring pace sustainable?

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Players recall how the biggest plays of Week 7 went down

Ryan Fitzpatrick leaves the bench to become a hero; Adam Vinatieri adds another record to his legacy; A.J. Green makes a miracle catch; Damien Williams gets a little help from his Dolphins into the end zone. Listen to the stars describe the big moments.

Von Miller learned discipline from youth sports (1:22)
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20hDan Graziano

The clock is ticking on the Vikings

Every time Sam Bradford drops back to pass, it's one one-thousand, two one-thousand -- a ticking clock until he gets hit. And thus, the Vikings' season is a season in jeopardy.

Gordon hits pay dirt three times against Falcons (0:35)


Adam Schefter ESPN Senior Writer 

Jets announce Ryan Fitzpatrick as back to being their new/old starting QB.

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills center Eric Wood tells WGR 550 that Dolphins WR Jarvis Landry's hit on Aaron Williams "crossed the line," adding that Landry "tried to take his head off." Wood says he's interested to see what the NFL will fine Landry.

Buster Olney @Buster_ESPN

Chris Matcovich of TiqIQ sent this along: At the current ask prices, '16 WS would be more expensive than 6 out of the last 7 Super Bowls.

Ben Goessling ESPN Staff Writer 

Mike Zimmer attributed more of the Vikings' issues to players pressing too much and making uncharacteristic mental mistakes than anything else. If there was any idea the Vikings were overconfident coming out of their bye week, Zimmer didn't seem to share it. There are few things that irk the coach more than dumb mistakes, and he saw plenty of them in his film review of the Vikings' 21-10 loss to the Eagles.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Cardinals coach Bruce Arians said he still fully supports K Chandler Catanzaro.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

"You can't fake confidence; you earn that." - Raiders coach Jack Del Rio

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets WR Brandon Marshall on the prospect of going back to Ryan Fitzpatrick at QB: "Just going off his (post-game) comments, he seems pissed off. If this is the thing that helps us all play better, I'm for it. Say whatever you want to say. We need to win games."

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Cardinals WR Jaron Brown has a torn ACL and will be placed on IR, coach Bruce Arians said.

Ben Goessling ESPN Staff Writer 

Mike Zimmer said Andrew Sendejo is day-to-day with an ankle injury, and Jerick McKinnon should be fine.

Katherine Terrell ESPN Staff Writer 

Marvin Lewis said he expects Andrew Whitworth to be out of concussion protocol by Thursday, which is when they leave for London.

Linda Cohn @lindacohn

It's early but don't buy Matt Stafford MVP talk. Derek Carr's led #Raiders to 4-0 record on road. Offense carries team. Defense is dicey.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Asked about Ryan Shazier calling the defense 'garbage,' Steelers DE Cam Heyward said Shazier is being kind, cited 'piss-poor technique' in tackling the Patriots. "You have to have some pride when you're out there," he added.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Redskins coach Jay Gruden said there's a chance they'll give a little more work to Rob Kelley in lieu of Matt Jones fumble issues. Gruden said he liked how many touches Chris Thompson had yesterday. But Gruden said, "we're not giving up on Matt Jones. We just have to make sure he protects the dang ball."

Vaughn McClure ESPN Staff Writer 

Falcons left tackle tackle Jake Matthews looking forward to facing cousin Clay Matthews on Sunday at the Georgia Dome. "I'm excited," Matthews said. "It's a pretty surreal experience. Playing against family, you're playing against your blood, especially the positions we play. We're 1 on 1 against each other for most of the game." The two last faced off during Jake's rookie season.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

The Chiefs continue to be patient with Jamaal Charles, Justin Houston.