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12hJames Walker

Time is now for Ryan Tannehill to be Dolphins' difference maker

The Dolphins don't want to paint themselves into a 1-3 corner, therefore they need QB Ryan Tannehill to make the next step in his progression.

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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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Stephen A. calls Rex Ryan 'mentally weak' (1:46)
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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.

Russillo says Sherman is doing a 'disservice to his player's union' (2:33)
Novice QBs use mobility to limit mistakes (1:08)
Panthers not worried about 1-2 start (0:46)
How does Bryant being absent from team facilities impact Cowboys? (2:02)


Eric Karabell ESPN Senior Writer 

Then there are the Dolphins. No Kenyan Drake. No DeVante Parker. One Jarvis Landry catch. Boo. Must be the uniforms.

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Panthers RB Mike Tolbert wasn't happy with the service at an auto repair shop. So he paid his $3,900 bill in coins. es.pn/2daxqN2

trey wingo @wingoz

You can tell the Bengals are really missing Tyler Eifert. Mostly in the red zone

Dan Graziano ESPN Staff Writer 

Pretty good play, Carlos Dunlap, considering you were being mauled in the face mask. Dolphins strugglin.

Katherine Terrell ESPN Staff Writer 

Big momentum shift for the Bengals after Carlos Dunlap swatted the ball out of Ryan Tannehill's hands. Bengals are set up at the Dolphins 25 at the two minute warning. Could be a big chance to draw away here.

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

Dolphins RT Ja'Wuan James gets beat for a sack by Bengals DE Carlos Dunlap. QB Ryan Tannehill loses a fumble before halftime.

Darren Rovell ESPN Senior Writer 

NFL did not pay Lady Gaga to perform at Super Bowl Halftime, nor did Gaga pay them, they say. Sponsor Pepsi says it didn't pay her either.

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

Bengals WR A.J. Green already has eight catches for 123 yards and a touchdown in the first half against the Dolphins.

Eric Karabell ESPN Senior Writer 

Dalton throwing to Green more than half the time. Miami no answers. Could this be the night Flipper Anderson's 336 rec yards broken?

Bill Barnwell @billbarnwell

Like if you told me next week the Dolphins were going to start Christian Okoye and bring Trung Canidate off the bench I'd believe you

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

Dolphins CB Tony Lippett, who replaced Byron Maxwell, now has two third-down pass defenses in the first half against the Bengals.

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

The Bengals take a 10-7 lead on Andy Dalton's TD pass to A.J. Green. A quick "smoke" route. When Dalton reads off-man coverage, he gets the ball out immediately to Green. That forces the CB in coverage to make a tackle in space. A matchup advantage for the Bengals with Green in the open field.

Katherine Terrell ESPN Staff Writer 

Last week, A.J. Green said the offense started with him and he needed to set the tone. He's doing so tonight. The drive started after Green went up over Xavien Howard and wrestled the ball away from him for a 51-yard gain. It ended with Green running cleanly into the end zone. Bengals are up 10-7.

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Touchdown Bengals! That drive was all A.J. Green as he totals 3 catches for 77 yards and a TD to put Cincy up, 10-7.

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

Dolphins CB Tony Lippett with the missed tackle on Bengals WR A.J. Green leads to a TD. Cincy leads, 10-7. Miami's corners aren't doing a good job on Green early.