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Overturned TD, Big Ben INT seal Pats' win.

Ben Roethlisberger finds Jesse James for what appears to be the go-ahead touchdown, but the officials review the play and overturn it.

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Ref uses paper to measure first down.

In the fourth quarter of the Cowboys-Raiders game, the referee puts a piece of paper in between the nose of the ball and the chain stick to determine first down for Dallas.

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Carr's fumble into end zone seals game for Cowboys.

Cowboys safety Jeff Heath hits Derek Carr before he reaches the goal line and forces the ball loose and it bounces out of the end zone for a touchback.

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Clark says Richardson is making right decision to sell Panthers.

Ryan Clark agrees with Jerry Richardson's decision to sell the Carolina franchise at the end of the season amid allegations of sexual misconduct and a racial slur.

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Packers WR Adams gestures to crowd after blindside hit.

Aaron Rodgers is intercepted for the second time and during the return, Thomas Davis delivers a devastating hit on Davante Adams. While walking off the field, Adams makes a crude gesture with his middle finger toward the stands.

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Foles leads Wentz-less Eagles to win over Giants.

Nick Foles' 4 TD passes secure a win and a bye for Philadelphia.

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Gurley's career day powers Rams to win.

The Rams dominated the Seahawks thanks to a 4-TD performance from Todd Gurley.

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NFL Playoff Machine

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  • Try your hand at the playoff machine

    ESPN's NFL Playoff Machine allows you to predict the 2017 matchups by selecting the winners of games from the season's final weeks to generate the various scenarios.

Ranking potential NFL coach jobs

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  • Best and worst potential NFL head coach openings in 2018

    A super-talented 22-year-old quarterback and a few defensive stars? The Texans' job is intriguing if Bill O'Brien doesn't return. Bill Barnwell sorts the coaching jobs that could come open in 2018.

Todd McShay's mock draft

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  • Todd McShay's 2018 NFL Mock Draft 1.0

    How does Sam Darnold look in a Browns uniform? With two picks in the top six, this is Cleveland's chance to have a dream draft -- or miss out again. The 2018 NFL draft is loaded with talent. Here is Todd McShay's first mock.