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Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Tavon Austin, the $42 million man, with his first touchdown of the year, for 43 yards. Wide open, then put a nice spin move on a Bucs DB to score untouched. That may be it.

trey wingo @wingoz

The real story out of this Eagles/Steelers game? Just how good the Eagles defense is this year. Soo much better

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Trevone Boykin just threw a pick like he was planning on hitting the LB the entire time

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

The Bucs came right back, thanks largely to a 33-yard hookup between Jameis Winston and Charles Sims. Winston ends it by finding Cameron Brate, the third-string tight end, wide open for his second touchdown. Rams deny the two-point conversion, which was big. They lead, 31-26, and it's time for Todd Gurley to take control.

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

Scoop and score by Ethan Westbrook. He recovered a Jameis Winston fumble...raced back 77 yards to score, making it 31-20 Rams with 11:39 to go. The Bucs had gotten down to the LA 13 and looked to score. Winston sprinted all the way to the end zone trying to catch Quinn. Rams have all the momentum in this game right now. Fans know it.

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

Chiefs CB Marcus Peters is always around the ball. That's his second interception of the day. But it's also another forced red zone throw (and interception) from Jets QB Ryan Fitzpatrick. New York continues to leave points on the field and still trail 17-3 in the fourth quarter.

Matt Bowen @MattBowen41

Marcus Peters is always around the ball...But that's another forced red zone throw from Ryan Fitzpatrick today.

Mike Sando ESPN Senior Writer 

Fantastic play by Robert Quinn. As Gregg Williams has put it, a lot of pass-rushers turn the corner at nine yards. Good ones turn it at eight. Pro Bowlers turn it at seven. Quinn and the truly elite can start turning the corner at 4-6 yards.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Minnesota cornerback Captain Munnerlyn, who played for the Panthers from 2009-2013, apparently has little respect for Carolina wide receiver Devin Funchess. "We knew where (Kelvin) Benjamin was the whole time. Funchess, we weren't worried about him. I'm just going to be honest. Me personally, and I never talk like this, but I don't think (Funchess) is that good."

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

Rams DE Robert Quinn showcased his speed, power and counter moves on the strip-sack of Bucs QB Jameis Winston. Quinn turned the corner and got the ball out. That lead to Ethan Westbrook's TD on the fumble return. Turnovers and points. Exactly what defensive coordinator Gregg Williams teaches. Rams up 31-20 in the fourth quarter.

trey wingo @wingoz

The Seahawks 37 points today? 22 more than they scored in the first two weeks.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

The Rams have taken control. With the Bucs in the red zone, Robert Quinn came around the edge on third down and batted the ball out of Jameis Winston's hands, allowing Ethan Wearbrooks to pick it up and return it 77 yards for a touchdown. They lead, 31-20. Such a great effort by Quinn.

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SCOOP AND SCORE! Rams extend their lead with a 77-yard TD from Ethan Westbrooks!

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Eagles smell blood in the water. This game reeks of the 2014 loss to the Browns (31-10). Nothing working.

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

Poor red zone series from Ryan Fitzpatrick. The Jets QB forced a couple throws into tight windows and Chiefs safety Eric Berry came up with an end zone interception. The Jets left points on the field and still trail 17-3 in the third quarter.