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Answering Week 4's biggest fantasy questions

NFL Nation reporters answer the top fantasy questions across the league for Week 4, including whether Rob Gronkowski will see the field more and whether Julio Jones will have a bounce-back game.

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Super Bowl halftime show to feature Lady Gaga

Lady Gaga will headline February's Super Bowl halftime show. An NFL spokesperson said Lady Gaga did not pay the league to perform, nor did the league pay her.

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6hKatherine Terrell

A.J. Green runs wild in win over Dolphins

A.J. Green caught 10 passes for 173 yards and a touchdown, as the Bengals beat the Dolphins to pull themselves back to .500.

Green breaks a tackle for easy TD (0:21)
Golic hopes Gordon can get his life together (1:16)
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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)
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56mScott 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 Broncos look to trade Siemian? (1:04)
Stephen A. calls Rex Ryan 'mentally weak' (1:46)
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17hMatthew 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.

NFL 60-second preview for Week 4 (1:03)
Russillo says Sherman is doing a 'disservice to his player's union' (2:33)


Ed Werder @Edwerderespn

Criticism of Tannehill valid. But #Dolphins on road vs quality opp on short week, without their center and LT. Lost every matchup up front

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

The Lions signed CB D'Juon Smith to the practice squad and cut TE Brian Leonhardt. Smith played in four games for the Colts last season.

Mike DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaguars owner Shad Khan announces he has purchased 100 percent ownership of the Four Seasons Hotel Toronto from an affiliate of Kingdom Holding Company for $225 million Canadian.

Adam Schefter @AdamSchefter

Jaguars owner Shahid Khan purchased 100 percent ownership of Four Seasons Hotel Toronto from an affiliate of Kingdom Holding Company (“KHC”)

Mike DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Some members of the Jaguars' British fan club watching Friday's walkthrough at Allianz Park.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Colts are on the practice field about seven hours after landing in London

A.J. Green goes off against Miami

The wide receiver had 10 catches for 173 yards and a touchdown in the Bengals' 22-7 win over the Dolphins.


Katherine Terrell ESPN Staff Writer 

It's just four weeks into the season and there's a pattern developing--get the ball to A.J Green early and often, and the Bengals will probably win the game.


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Andy Dalton and A.J. Green teamed up for 173 receiving yards in Thursday's win over the Dolphins. According to Elias, they have the second-most yards by a QB/WR duo who were drafted in the same year (both were taken in 2011) by the same team since 1980. Dan Marino/Mark Clayton (1983 draft) accounted for 8,469 yards and Andrew Luck/T.Y. Hilton (2012 draft) accounted for 4,131 yards.

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Source: J.J. Watt is not expected to return this season after having back surgery Thursday. es.pn/2dvIHr0

Katherine Terrell ESPN Staff Writer 

A.J Green, and an impressive defensive performance, led the Bengals to a 22-7 led against the Dolphins. The Dolphins were helpless to stop Green, and the Bengals kept up good pressure to keep Miami off kilter. Trend of not finishing drives continues though with five field goals.

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

QB Ryan Tannehill has to do a better job of managing the pocket, but this Dolphins offensive line was handled tonight by the Bengals front-four pass rush. I expected more RPOs (run-pass options) and three-step routes in the Miami game plan to get the ball out quicker.

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

The Dolphins simply didn't have enough offense to compete with the Bengals, who won Thursday's game, 22-7. Quarterback Ryan Tannehill threw a 74-yard touchdown pass to receiver Kenny Stills on the first drive and mostly stalled the rest of the game. Miami's defense couldn't cover Bengals receiver A.J. Green with its shaky cornerbacks. Green dominated Miami corners Tony Lippett and Xavien Howard with 10 receptions for 173 yards and a touchdown.