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Allen walks in for easy touchdown

Andrew Luck found Dwayne Allen for a 7-yard touchdown to give Indianapolis an early lead over New York.

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Antonio Brown rewards Big Ben's trust; the Chiefs find creative ways to get in the end zone; Tom Brady hits a career milestone; the Bears and 49ers struggle with the forward pass. Listen to the stars describe the big moments.

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trey wingo @wingoz

Dear NY Jets: Dwayne Allen plays Tight End for The Colts. I'd suggest you identify him and begin to defend him

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets already are getting booed by the sparse crowd -- and deservedly so. The offense has two three-and-outs and the defense looks lost. Not a good look for Todd Bowles. This team is not ready to play.

Kevin Seifert NFL Nation 

Plenty of time remaining in this game, but so far, the Jets have put forth the kind of effort tonight that gets coaches fired. Is it possible that the Todd Bowles regime has crashed and burned already?

Louis Riddick @LRiddickESPN

Celebrate a routine tackle like you won the Super Bowl, then bust a coverage on your guy and give up touchdown in the red zone. Ok.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Rams coach Jeff Fisher, on being one loss away from tying an NFL record for head coaches: "I don't look at that. I've had a few wins in my career, as well. And I've also been able to be very, very fortunate and have a long career. You can look at it as glass half full or half empty. I look at it as half full. I'm just honored that I still have an opportunity to coach in this game."

Dave Tuley ESPN Staff Writer 

Monday Night Football about to kick off (ESPN, 8:30 p.m. ET). The ViewFromVegas is the New York Jets are now 1.5-point home favorites over the Indianapolis Colts at the Westgate SuperBook, South Point and MGM books here in Las Vegas (though NYJ -1 is still the most common line) after the Colts opened as short road faves last week. The over/under is 48.5 points.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets had a moment of silence to honor the memory of Joe McKnight, who was fatally shot last week on New Orleans.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Jeff Fisher was asked about the state of the Rams: "This team is very, very close. Very, very close. We need some more offensive production. We hope that in the very near future that's going to be satisfied by Jared, because we feel obviously there's need."

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ESPN Stats and Information  

The Colts are a half-game back of the Texans and Titans (6-6) in the AFC South. They last missed the playoffs last season and haven't missed in back-to-back seasons since 1997-98. Monday Night Football kicks off shortly on ESPN.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Lot 'O empty seats tonight at MetLife Stadium for the Jets and Colts.

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Picks for tonight: Colts =🐴 Jets =✈️ Suzy: 🐴 Steve: 🐴 Matt: 🐴 Randy: 🐴 Trent: 🐴 Charles: 🐴 Boomer:✈️