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Steelers' D needs to get its hands on Brady.

Charles Woodson and Rex Ryan encourage the Pittsburgh defense to put pressure on Tom Brady, but Matt Hasselbeck doubts the Steelers' ability to pull it off.

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Cooks determined to capture every moment.

Patriots WR Brandin Cooks tells the story of his childhood and the countless struggles that he and his family faced over the years. Cooks explains why he loves photography and how capturing each day will help him to appreciate each moment.

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Is Dak a better QB since losing Zeke?

Charles Woodson weighs in on the differences he has spotted in Dak Prescott's game since Ezekiel Elliott started serving his six-game suspension.

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Hunt finds pay dirt by land and air against Chargers.

Kareem Hunt earns two touchdowns and helps Kansas City topple Los Angeles at home.

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The Rockettes come to Detroit.

TJ Jones celebrates his 3-yard touchdown catch with teammates by performing the classic Rockettes kickline.

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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.