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43mMatt Bowen

Trevor Siemian can be upgrade at QB for Broncos

Denver opened up its offense, and Trevor Siemian delivered in Week 3. The Broncos might actually be better at QB in 2016 than they were during their Super Bowl run, writes Matt Bowen.

Kellerman: OBJ needs to get temper tantrums under control (1:51)
3hDan Graziano

What we learned, and didn't learn, in Week 3

Ryan Fitzpatrick's six-interception day masked other issues. Did the Jets peak last year? Meanwhile, what's Jared Goff thinking about while other rookie QBs star? Here are Week 3's lessons.

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3hTim Fiorvanti

Latest Super Bowl LI odds

Chalk presents the latest odds for every NFL team to win Super Bowl LI, courtesy of the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook.

Falcons, Saints stand together before MNF (0:50)
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20hBill Barnwell

Stacking the NFL's best defenses

Teams that have started Joe Flacco, Trevor Siemian, Carson Wentz, Sam Bradford, Shaun Hill, Jimmy Garoppolo and Jacoby Brissett have a combined ZERO losses. It's a time to praise defenses.

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22hSharon Katz & Jacob Nitzberg

Best and worst QB performances from Week 3

Aaron Rodgers threw four first half TDs, Ryan Fitzpatrick had six INTs. Check out the best and worst QBs in Week 3 so far, according to Total QBR.

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1dMike Sando

Ranking NFL's surprise teams by sustainability

The Broncos are 3-0 with Trevor Siemian at QB. The Vikings are 3-0 after trading for Sam Bradford. Mike Sando ranks which surprise teams have the best chance of maintaining their success.

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The Big Story for every NFL team

After a four-touchdown first half, Aaron Rodgers showed that he's back to his old self. A Russell Wilson injury, meanwhile, showed that the Seahawks could have issues.

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Biggest NFL injuries of Week 3

Bears running back Jeremy Langford left Sunday night's game against the Cowboys with an ankle injury. Here are the other big names who went down with injuries in Week 3.


Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

A little Chiefs-Steelers history...Pittsburgh leads series 10-4 when playing at home. (Stats via Steelers)

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Patriots DE Chris Long draws a big media crowd and calls the Bills a "physical team" and a good challenge for team's run defense.

Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Titans sign WR Jordan Leslie to their practice squad and release NT Antwaun Woods.

Bob Holtzman ESPN 

Bengals TE Tyler Eifert has hinted he may play Thursday vs Miami, but I'm told he is not expected to return this week. A team source says a week 5 return is possible. Eifert has not participated in a full practice yet and has not done any 11-on-11 work.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

The Colts have signed OL Adam Redmond to the practice squad and released S Lee Hightower.

Adam Caplan @caplannfl

Trent Cole will still earn $3m ($2m base, $1m roster bonus paid in March). Misses out on per game roster bonuses totaling $1.015m.

Carlos Nava Columnist, ESPN Deportes 

Jerry Jones aseguró este martes que Dez Bryant no ha tenido aún el estudio de resonancia magnética en su lesionada rodilla derecha. El dueño y gerente general de los Cowboys dijo el domingo que Bryant pasaría el lunes por MRI. Jones dijo hoy en entrevista de radio que tal vez su receptor tendrá el MRI más tarde pero que haber terminado el partido pasado era una muy buena señala y que esperaba que estuviera listo para jugar el próximo domingo contra los 49ers.

Adam Schefter ESPN Senior Writer 

Colts placed outside linebacker Trent Cole on injured reserve.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

The Lions are upgrading the WiFi at Ford Field, officially breaking ground on the project yesterday. Working with Verizon, they are hoping the project is done by Jan. 1, which would coincide with the final regular season home game of this year.

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