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Follow live: Eagles taking control

The 5-0 Vikings have struggled all day in Philadelphia, while Carson Wentz and the Eagles have found their feet after a slow start.

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Biggest NFL injuries of Week 7

RB LeSean McCoy tried to play through a hamstring injury without much success. Here are some other big names who got nicked up on Sunday.

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24mTom Hamilton

Twickenham passes the NFL test

For the first time in 107 years, Twickenham played host to a new sport. Tom Hamilton assesses the NFL experience at the home of England Rugby.

Collins weaves around Rams' offense for pick-six (0:48)
Goodell should try being the life of the party (1:05)
Who are the Pats biggest competition in the AFC? (1:52)
McFadden ready to play once team activates him (1:33)
Bruschi 'numb' to NFL's incompetence (2:13)
Giants 'condoning domestic violence' by keeping Brown (1:39)
Moss blames Goodell for dropping the ball on Brown (0:36)
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1dKevin Seifert

Scouting the NFL's Week 7 officiating crews

From Jeff Triplette's pre-snap movement calls to Walt Coleman's lack of throwing the flag, Kevin Seifert reveals trends for all 17 officiating crews.

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2dBill Barnwell

Blame Grigson, not Luck, for Colts' mess

"When you pay Andrew what we did, it's going to take some time to build on the other side of the ball," said Colts GM Ryan Grigson, who has had plenty of time and not much to show for it in Indy.

Rodger Saffold tackles a very British quiz (2:44)
Can Fox turn Bears' poor play around? (1:01)
Neil Jamieson

Football Kit Mashups: From A to Zenit

Football. And football. Same name, two totally different sports. But one thing they do have in common is iconic uniforms that help shape team identities. With the club season in full swing (and amid international break monotony), we had some fun.


Mike Sando ESPN Senior Writer 

Officials should review that Vikings fourth-and-1 by rule because it was a change of possession.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

More Keenum: "I love Coach Fisher. He is a really, really good head coach. One of my favorites. I've had a lot of great coaches, and he's very near the top of the list. Whatever he says, whatever decision he makes, I'm 100 percent with him."

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills QB Tyrod Taylor is getting attention from trainers on the bench after that third-down sack by Miami.

Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer 

LG Quentin Spain (knee) and CB Perrish Cox (checked for concussion) are OUT.

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

Jay Ajayi has made three career NFL starts and has scored 67 fantasy points in them (with some to play today). That's tied for ninth among running backs since the merger.

Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Bizarre TD drive sees Colts get interception wiped away by penalty, Titans convert third-and-15, third-and-19, third-and-goal with a 7-yard TD pass from Marcus Mariota to Delanie Walker. The Titans have drawn even at 20-20.

Bill Barnwell @billbarnwell

It's hard to believe the Dolphins buried Jay Ajayi on their depth chart and brought multiple veterans in to play ahead of him.

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

An absolute killer for Saints – Mark Ingram fumbles at Chiefs' 7-yard line during second effort on 6-yard gain. Saints could have closed within three points. Instead, they still trail 24-14 with 8:26 left. Saints have repeatedly shot themselves in foot today, with two huge turnovers and too many penalties.

Mike Sando ESPN Senior Writer 

Jay Ajayi has 195 yards rushing. Only Ricky Williams (238), Thomas Jones (210) and Reggie Bush (203) have had more against the Bills since at least 2001. Williams and Bush did it as members of the Dolphins.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Rams QB Case Keenum, on the game-ending interception: "What I saw pre-snap was they were going to pressure us. I was just trying to get Brian a chance in the back of the end zone. I didn't see it well enough. We weren't on the same page."

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

Another monster day for Jay Ajayi fantasy owners. The Dolphins RB produced over 200 yards rushing last week and is now up to 195 yards (on 24 carries) in the fourth quarter versus the Bills.

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

Will Dolphins RB Jay Ajayi go for 200 rushing yards again? He has 195 with plenty of time left.

Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Mariota ball security update: He just fumbled as he was turning from center and dropped the ball, but managed to fall on it. Nine-yard loss.

KC Joyner @KCJoynerTFS

The end zone pattern, the uniforms, the helmet, the midfield logo - the Miami Dolphins should keep every single one of them.

Field Yates @FieldYates

When I told you Jay Ajayi wouldn't get you 205 yards every week, I actually meant he'd get you more than that most weeks.

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

Play action flat-7 (corner) on Kirk Cousin's TD pass to Robert Kelley. That's almost automatic on the goal line with defenders thinking run and putting their eyes in the backfield. Hit the flat route for six. Redskins close the Lions lead to 13-10 in the fourth quarter.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Patriots defense will see a ton of this guy today.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Marquette King tried to give Sebastian Janikowski a little hip shimmy shake to celebrate his 44-yard FG to give the Raiders a 23-9 lead and the man known as SeaBass was having none of it. Reminded me of that time King tried to present some Mylar balloons to Janikowski to celebrate a FG in King's first season replacing Shane Lechler as holder/punter.