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3hMike Sando

NFL predictions that look good, bad now

Super Bowl pick. Most underrated team. Best free-agent addition. Top breakout player. Which preseason predictions are holding up through seven weeks? And which are not?

Why Matthew Berry isn't surprised by RBs Ajayi, Gordon or Rodgers (1:51)
Cardinals, Seahawks each miss game-winning field goals (0:57)
42mEric 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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16hDan 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)
Brady finds Gronk for 36-yard touchdown (0:20)
Green comes down with incredible Hail Mary TD catch (0:42)
Ware takes bubble screen to the house (0:27)


David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Still no sign of Panthers LT Michael Oher (concussion), who has missed the past three games. No sign of WR Devin Funchess either.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Panthers quarterback Cam Newton returns from bye week ready to go.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Panthers DT Vernon Butler (ankle) returns to practice.

trey wingo @wingoz

Richard Sherman should just sleep in a hyperbaric chamber all week, then take the flight to New Orleans.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Panthers cornerback James Bradberry (toe) is back after missing the past two games.

Bill Barnwell @billbarnwell

Just clicked to re-watch Cards-Seahawks on GamePass and the app said “Are you sure?” and I clicked yes and then it said “For real, though?"

trey wingo @wingoz

At this point The Falcons are like that annoying friend who swears he's changed.. only to fall back into the same self destructive behavior

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

With 344 rushing yards and 245 receiving yards through four games, Steelers RB Le'Veon Bell is pacing for 2,356 total offensive yards over a full season's work. That would be 73 short of Marshall Faulk's total yards record of 2,429.