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Best and worst QBs of Week 13: Andy Dalton carves up Eagles

On Sunday, Andy Dalton posted the second-highest Total QBR in a game in his career, and the 49ers' QBs had a day to forget in Chicago.

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M. Henry gets cancer diagnosis after NFL cut

Tight end Mitchell Henry, who was released from the Ravens' practice squad last month and has spent time with the Packers and Broncos, has been diagnosed with acute myeloid leukemia.

Earl Thomas out for the season following scary collision (0:46)

The Big Story for every NFL team

Could the Lions be legitimate contenders in the NFC? Can the Seahawks overcome Earl Thomas' injury? A look at the top storylines for all 32 NFL teams heading into Week 14.

Cruz thinks OBJ gets bad rap from media (2:05)
Stephen A. supports Rivera's decision to bench Newton (1:50)
Leonard Williams says youth rugby prepared him for NFL (1:18)
Matthew Berry needs some answers (1:51)
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Players recall how the biggest plays of Week 13 went down

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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Biggest NFL injuries of Week 13

Seahawks safety Earl Thomas broke his leg in Sunday night's win over the Panthers. Here are some other big names who got nicked up this week.

Brown, Beckham exchange jerseys (0:25)


Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Ben McAdoo says "there were a few times yesterday that [Beckham] may have been interfered with." He says the team will have "plenty of use" this week of the process of sending plays to the league for explanations.

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Eagles tight end Zach Ertz on not blocking Vontaze Burfict on Carson Wentz scramble in first quarter: "I could see that Carson was easily going to make it out of bounds, and thought the play was over by the time I reached Burfict. Carson & I have discussed it and there are no issues. Our full attention is now on beating Washington."

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Bears coach John Fox was asked how close to the team was to activating former 1st round pick Kyle Fuller on Sunday. Fuller was designated to return off of IR, but he has not yet been added to the active roster. "It's like horseshoes and hand grenades," Fox said. "Close doesn't really count."

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

The Bears are trying to send messages to some of their younger players -- particularly 3rd round pick Jonathan Bullard, who was a healthy scratch on Sunday. "I think there's a variety of ways to motivate young people," coach John Fox said. "He's a player that we do like, that we're trying to bring the best out of him like we do all our players." Second year safety Adrian Amos also missed the 49ers game with a foot injury, but he's another young player that's struggled in recent weeks.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Bears rookie Leonard Floyd flashed again on Sunday, recording a pair of sacks to push his season total to seven -- the third-highest number of sacks for a rookie in Bears' franchise history. "What was impressive about Leonard was being able to put maybe a couple of not some of his better plays behind him yesterday," coach John Fox said. "I thought he responded really well in the second half."

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Redskins center Spencer Long is in the concussion protocol and that might force the team to sign another center in case he can't play. John Sullivan would take his place in the starting lineup and the emergency backup would be Shawn Lauvao. But he has not worked at center in a while so the Redskins would sign someone as a backup (or promote Kory Lichtensteiger off injured reserve, if they feel his calf injury has healed and he's ready). They also have center Ronald Patrick on their practice squad.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

No Detroit Lions in the Top 5 in Pro Bowl fan voting at any position thus far -- that includes QB Matthew Stafford, P Sam Martin, K Matt Prater, returner Andre Roberts and ST players Johnson Bademosi and Don Carey.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens coach John Harbaugh called Monday night's game in New England as the "toughest challenge" of the season. "We need to play our best football in New England to win the game," Harbaugh said. "We do believe we have a chance to do that."

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Redskins tackle Trent Williams will return from his four-game suspension this week and will return to his starting job on the left side. Ty Nsekhe replaced him for the four games and did well, though he had some issues Sunday – perhaps because he's been dealing with a sprained ankle and struggled to anchor and use his strength. "He's our starting tackle and he's the best in the business," Redskins coach Jay Gruden said.

Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer 

The Titans are not allowed to wear their personalized cleats for a cause Sunday, despite having a bye on the NFL's chosen Sunday. Doesn't seem fair. WATCH Jason McCourty's thoughts. He'll take a fine and wear his.


Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer 

The Movember mustache is gone. Marcus Mariota declined to let me take a picture, so you will have to take my word for it!

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Ben McAdoo's most telling quote following the loss was, "We are who we are right now." Right now they are the NFL's 26th-ranked offense.