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Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

It looks like Cardinals cornerback Tramon Williams will start opposite of Patrick Peterson on Sunday against the Rams in place of Justin Bethel. Coach Bruce Arians said Friday that Williams is "in a bunch of packages, and he'll be playing a bunch."

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

All signs are pointing to Cardinals cornerback Patrick Peterson playing Sunday against the Rams here in London. He was taken out of last weekend's game because he reaggravated a quad tendon. "Pat has looked fine," coach Bruce Arians said. "Pat has looked fine.”

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Bruce Arians was starting to be asked a question about him and Rams defensive coordinator Wade Phillips being "around for a while"when he cut interrupted the question with a smile on his face "To say it nicely," Arians said. "Yeah, we're old shits. That's for sure."

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Cardinals coach Bruce Arians said running back Andre Ellington did not practice because of swelling. He has a quad injury. Ellington in the only player not practicing.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Cardinals fans from around the world have found their way to London for Sunday's game. From right to left: Fatos Berisha flew from Kosovo, Michael Marlow is from Hamburg, Germany and Robert Ostwald is from Neubrandenburg, Germany. They were hanging out in front of the London Irish practice facility where the Cardinals are practicing this week.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Jim Trotter, the president of the Pro Football Writer's Association, spoke to the Panthers about quarterback Cam Newton not fulfilling his media obligations this week. Newton and the team are aware the 2015 NFL MVP is subject to discipline if this remains an issue. "My expectation is that Cam will be speaking with the media in the near future," Trotter said.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

The Chiefs wasted the chance Thursday night to command the AFC West race.

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Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

Chiefs coach Andy Reid defended Marcus Peters after the cornerback was penalized for unnecessary roughness for his hit on Oakland quarterback Derek Carr. “He's a runner,'' Reid said of Carr. “That was a QB draw play. Once you do that you're declared a runner until that whistle blows. He was playing and I'm not going to knock him for that . . . Once he's (running), he's no different than a running back. That's the rule.''

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

"I don't have any problem with Marcus (Peters) coming and hitting me...Marshawn (Lynch) came out and did his thing....Knowing him, I know he was just out there taking care of us." - Derek Carr

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Mike Wallace addresses whether he's a diva

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Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

"It was huge. Everybody knew what was at stake." - Khalil Mack

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

"We always felt like we could win every game. We just had to fix what was broke." - Michael Crabtree

ESPN Stats and Information  

Derek Carr recorded his eighth game-winning drive in the fourth quarter/OT since the start of last season, tied with Matthew Stafford for the most in the NFL. The Raiders have three one-point wins since the start of last season. Derek Carr has thrown the game-winning pass to Michael Crabtree in each of those games.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Mike Wallace addresses whether he's a diva

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Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

Chiefs running back Kareem Hunt didn't find the end zone tonight, but he produced 117 total yards and 15.7 fantasy points (PPR scoring) vs. the Raiders. The rookie rushed for 87 yards (18 carries) and added another 30 yards receiving on four catches. Hunt continues to rack up consistent numbers and high-volume touches in the Kansas City offense.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Just absorbed a playful and heavy backhand to the arm from a smiling Reggie McKenzie. Offered a congratulations and McKenzie exhaled, "Thanks," McKenzie said. "We needed that."

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

Chiefs WR Tyreek Hill caught six passes for 125 yards and a TD. The scoring play? A straight go route. Win with speed. Hill also added seven yards rushing on two carries (jet sweeps) and finished with 25.2 fantasy points (PPR scoring).

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

Derek Carr was second in fantasy scoring tonight with 30.2 points. The Raiders quarterback threw for 417 yards (29-of-52) and three touchdowns -- including the game winner on the sprint-out concept to Michael Crabtree.

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

Amari Cooper had a breakout game for the Raiders tonight...11 receptions, 210 yards and two touchdowns. That's good for 44 fantasy points (PPR scoring).

Matt Bowen ESPN Staff Writer 

Smart call on the game-winner for the Raiders. Move the pocket with Derek Carr and target Michael Crabtree in the end zone. And how about the throw from Carr? Low and to the outside. Excellent ball placement. The DB in coverage can't make that play.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Steelers OC Todd Haley looking for 'more consistent offense' across the board. Missed chances to break open the game in Kansas City because of a lack of detail.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

The Chiefs have allowed 280 yards to the Raiders in the first half, but they're ahead by six points. That's due to some good offense of their own (257 yards, 20 points). So this game appears destined to become a shootout with each side hoping it's the one that has the ball at the end.

Mark Schwarz ESPN Reporter 

Raiders tailback Marshawn Lynch has been ejected for making contact with an official. The incident followed a personal foul on the Chiefs cornerback Marcus Peters who was flagged for a late hit on Oakland QB Derek Carr. Interestingly, both Lynch and Peters are Oakland natives. Peters arrived for the game at the Coliseum today dressed in a Beast Mode sweatshirt to pay homage to an Oaktown legend.

Kevin Seifert NFL Nation 

Raiders RB Marshawn Lynch could be looking at a loss of more than $100,000 for that ridiculous display. First, Lynch is subject to a minimum fine of $30,387 for making contact with an official during that melee. That he came off the bench to join the fight makes him a candidate to be suspended, as well. That would cost him a game check of $79,411.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

Marcus Peters and Marshawn Lynch are close. Both are from Oakland. Peters has called Lynch a cousin, though they aren't blood relatives. But Lynch is a mentor to Peters.