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1dField Yates

Ranking the NFL's backfield duos from 1-32

Le'Veon Bell, back from suspension, and DeAngelo Williams form a dynamic one-two punch in the Steelers' backfield, but they don't rank No. 1 on Field Yates' list.

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5hChris Berman

Chris Berman's Week 4 NFL picks

Chris Berman gives out his five favorite Week 4 NFL picks against the spread, including the Sunday morning game in London and a gut-feeling call.

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Week 4 NFL predictions: Scores for every game

Eli Manning and the Giants are coming off their first loss, while the Vikings, led by Sam Bradford, seek their first 4-0 start since 2009. NFL Nation predicts the score for each Week 4 matchup.

Affleck, Damon fight over who's better friends with Brady (4:05)
Bills looking for Woods to step up in Watkins' absence (0:41)
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1dScott Kacsmar

Are the Broncos actually better this year?

The Broncos are 3-0 despite playing a tough early-season schedule. But does Denver have the pedigree to be better than last year's Super Bowl-winning team? Scott Kacsmar examines the numbers.

Should the NFL be embarrassed if the Pats go 4-0 without Brady? (1:41)
The other Tom Bradys post-Deflategate (3:02)
How often will the Chiefs use Charles? (0:51)
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6hMatthew Berry

Love, hate and celebrity

Matthew Berry offers the players he loves and hates for Week 4 and reveals the celebrity he picked to teach fantasy football this season in his quest to get every man, woman and child to play.

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1mNFL Vegas Experts

Best bets for every Week 4 NFL game

What is the best bet for all 13 of Sunday's Week 4 NFL games? Chalk's Vegas experts give their take on all of the action, including ATS picks and projections for all the matchups.

Should Marvin Jones' owners panic? (1:30)


David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

The Panthers released wide receiver Brenton Bersin, a league source confirmed. The move was to make room for a defensive lineman. Carolina has DT Eric Crume and DE Larry Webster on the practice squad so one could move up. Wide receiver Damiere Byrd remains on the 53-man roster and could be active.

Ben Goessling ESPN Staff Writer 

Alex Boone appears to be ready to go for Monday night. The Vikings did not give the guard an injury designation on their final injury report of the week, implying he's ready to return from a hip injury for Monday's game against the New York Giants. Sharrif Floyd and David Morgan are the only Vikings players that were given an injury designation for Monday night; both players are out.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

The Giants decision on Monday night may be whether to dress Rashad Jennings (thumb) in case of emergency or a third quarterback. 6 others may be unavailable.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

CB Eli Apple (hamstring) is doubtful vs. Vikings. CB Dominique Rodgers-Cromartie (groin) and RB Rashad Jennings (thumb) are questionable. Nat Berhe, Darian Thompson, Marshall Newhouse and Robert Thomas are out. Giants are going to be thin in secondary.

Marc J. Spears The Undefeated 

San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick and former NBA player Mahmoud Abdul-Rauf met for over an hour in Berkeley, Calif., on Friday, a source told The Undefeated. Among the topics they spoke about was their protests, how they believe they've been misunderstood and the difference between Kaepernick having social media now versus Abdul-Rauf wishing he had it 20 years ago. Abdul-Rauf, 47, protested the national anthem while playing for the Denver Nuggets in 1996 and was suspended one game by the NBA.

Ben Goessling ESPN Staff Writer 

Alex Boone is practicing again for the Vikings on Saturday. Sharrif Floyd, Jayron Kearse and David Morgan aren't practicing.

Vaughn McClure ESPN Staff Writer 

Falcons LB Deion Jones, the NFC Rookie of the Month, on getting the game ball after his 90-yard, pick-6 in a win over his hometown Saints: "It's just at the house right now. I haven't gotten anything done to it yet. I'll probably frame it."

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Andrew Luck, to no surprise, had the most autograph seekers