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Late-season predictions for every NFL team

Which award could young stars Dak Prescott and Ezekiel Elliott share? And is pass-rusher Khalil Mack destined for a bigger prize? NFL Nation reporters make a prediction for all 32 teams.

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Playoff odds: How will wacky AFC play out?

How much did the Broncos' wild-card odds rise? Do the Steelers have the edge over the Ravens in the AFC North? Football Outsiders updates the postseason odds for every team.

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Free-agent finds for Week 14

We help you make your Week 14 waiver claims with the top free agents available in most ESPN leagues, including key players who could lead you to a title down the stretch.

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Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Was listening to Eli Manning talk on Tuesday and heard some beeps and noises. Looked around. It was Odell Beckham's self-tying light up Nike sneakers. Victor Cruz said he received a pair as well. He hadn't tried them yet.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Antonio Brown, mic'd up for Showtime's Inside The NFL, said before his touchdown against the Giants: "I can shake em in the red zone...We're about to cash in." (Photo via Steelers.com)

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Rams CB Trumaine Johnson hasn't shadowed many receivers this year, but he will this week, if Julio Jones plays for the Falcons. "That's the plan."

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If Cubs finish their Wade Davis deal, he could be closer in front of: Carl Edwards, Jr., Hector Rondon, Pedro Strop, Justin Grimm, Duensing

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Rams coach Jeff Fisher explained why he could not locate his challenge flag on Sunday.

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Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Rams coach Jeff Fisher, on GM Les Snead also getting an extension: "I'm so busy here, I was honestly unaware that he was extended. I'm being honest with you. We're just working here." Asked about the job Snead has done as GM, Fisher said: "I look at this as being my responsibility, the win-loss record. We need to do a better job from a personnel standpoint. We've had some unfortunate things take place with some high picks in Steadman Bailey and Tre Mason and those kind of things you don't anticipate. But we're moving forward."

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

No changes to the Raiders injury report on Tuesday in advance of Thursday night's game at Kansas City. But after seeing rookie strong safety Karl Joseph struggle to limp around the locker room with his injured left big toe and put a walking boot on his left foot, it's hard to imagine seeing the team's first-round draft pick suit up against the Chiefs. Especially on a short week.

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

After attending his father's funeral in Maine on Tuesday, 49ers coach Chip Kelly is scheduled to return to the team on Wednesday. He'll have his regularly scheduled news conference with local media at 10:20 a.m. PT.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

The calm now before Thursday night's storm at Kansas City's Arrowhead Stadium.

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

Court in recess for the night after Racquel Smith is done with her testimony, cross-examination and re-direct. The assistant district attorney asks her who was being more aggressive or reasonable -- her husband or the one who exited his car with a fully-loaded handgun after causing the accident? She said Hayes was being the aggressor.

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

Another terse exchange between Racquel Smith and the defense attorney for her husband's shooter, Cardell Hayes. The attorney, John Fuller, asked if her husband has a temper. She said, "It depends on what you consider a temper. I think everyone gets upset." He then asks if she thinks her husband had what she considers a temper. She said, "Do you have a temper? I think everyone gets upset." And Fuller replied that he asks the questions. She then replied that no she did not think Smith had a temper.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

According to sources, the NFL has informed the Cowboys Randy Gregory will not be allowed to practice on Wednesday. There had been hope the defensive end, who is suspended through Dec. 18, could begin to practice before the penalty ends in hopes of getting close to game ready for the final two games of the regular season.