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Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaguars coach Doug Marrone did not have an update on injured LT Cam Robinson after Sunday's victory over Indianapolis. Expecting something Monday. As for RB Leonard Fournette, Marrone said he was ruled out Sunday morning.

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

This is not a misprint: The Jacksonville Jaguars are in first place in the AFC South heading into November.

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Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

Dwight Clark said the 49ers asked him how he'd like to be honored, whether he wanted a charity drive or an event or something else. Clark: "When Keena Turner asked me what I wanted to do, whether raise money or have some kind of function, I said I just want to see my teammates and the 49ers heard that and flew all these players in so I could see them one more time."

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

49ers legend Dwight Clark was able to address the crowd from a suite at Levi's Stadium as he was honored at halftime of today's game: "Hello my 49ers faithful," Clark began. "I want to thank you for all your support. I think you all know I am going through a little thing right now and I need your prayers and thoughts and I appreciate those."

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

The Dolphins have an interesting dilemma at quarterback after backup Matt Moore led a come-from-behind win over the Jets.

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Brady Henderson ESPN 

The CBS broadcast showed wide receiver Doug Baldwin, in a heated moment on the Seahawks' sideline, attempting to shove offensive line coach Tom Cable out of his way with one hand. It didn't appear as though Baldwin was upset with Cable; he was saying something to quarterback Russell Wilson and/or coach Pete Carroll, it appeared. Baldwin was on the field for Seattle's ensuing possession.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Jeff Heath hit two practice kickoffs during halftime and made three field goal attempts from 33 yards. Perhaps the Cowboys will not attempt a 2-point conversion in the second half.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens offense struggles mightily once again

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Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills safety Jordan Poyer suffered what's believed to be a sprained MCL, a source said, in Sunday's game against the Buccaneers. Poyer was injured on the final play of the game and was seen with a wrap around his knee in the locker room.

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

The 49ers are honoring franchise legend Dwight Clark now. One very cool tidbit: the great Vin Scully narrated the video tribute.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Ezekiel Elliott has two touchdown runs. The defense has three sacks. The Cowboys have forced two turnovers, including a big sack/fumble by DeMarcus Lawrence with San Francisco at the Dallas. But the third quarter has not been kind to the Cowboys this season. They have been outscored 37-7 in five games.

Katherine Terrell ESPN Staff Writer 

Kevin Minter has been declared out with an elbow injury.

Brady Henderson ESPN 

TE Jimmy Graham and RT Germain Ifedi are having rough games so far. Graham has two drops -- one in the end zone and another on Seattle's last possession, when he was wide open for what would have been a long gain. Ifedi has been flagged three times (two false starts, one hold) and appears to be having trouble handling Jason Pierre-Paul. The Seahawks are moving the ball but hurting themselves with mistakes.

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

The Niners looked poised to get back into this one before DeMarcus Lawrence beat LT Joe Staley for a sack and forced C.J. Beathard to fumble deep in Dallas territory. The Cowboys got the ball back to secure a 17-point halftime lead. The 49ers have made a habit of forging comebacks this year but will need to get out of their own way in the second half if they're going to make this one close.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

DeMarcus Lawrence with a huge play with a sack/fumble with San Francisco at the Dallas 5. Somehow he recovered the fumble, too. That's the second takeaway of the day for the Cowboys and their third sack.

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Tough call but the right call on Melvin Ingram's sack of Trevor Siemian. Ingram's target has got to be lower.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

The Colts were shutout for the first time since 1993 and their road to getting their next victory will be tough with games against Cincinnati, Houston and Pittsburgh coming up in the next three weeks.

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Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

The Bears defense had their most dominant performance in the John Fox era in Sunday's 17-3 victory over the Carolina Panthers.

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Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

The Chargers have decided to direct their passing game to running backs and tight ends --like the Giants did last Sunday night against the Broncos -- as only one of Philip Rivers' seven completions has gone to a wide receiver so far.

Katherine Terrell ESPN Staff Writer 

Bengals have come alive on offense today, and surprisingly got a little aggressive. They showed no hesitation on going for it on fourth-and-goal, and it paid off. Andy Dalton found the open TE Tyler Kroft for an easy TD to tie up the game. With Tyler Eifert out for the season, the Bengals have looked to Kroft to step up, and he's now scored three touchdowns this season. That probably eases the pain of losing Eifert a little bit.

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Chargers get another shot at first and goal from a yard out and make a nice call hitting Austin Ekeler on a swing route for a TD. Chargers now lead the Broncos 14-0.

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

At one point at the start of the fourth quarter, the Jets had a 95.5% chance to win today. They ended up losing to the Dolphins, 31-28.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Evan Engram now has touchdowns in consecutive weeks. He's clearly becoming Eli Manning's No. 1 option, especially in red zone.

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Chargers have held Broncos' offense to 1-of-6 on third down and 74 total yards on five possessions.

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

At 4-2, the Dolphins are right in the thick of the AFC East and playoff race. Miami overcame a ton of adversity in the first two months of the season, including hurricane Irma, injuries to quarterbacks Ryan Tannehill and Jay Cutler and former offensive line coach Chris Foerster resigning under controversial circumstances. There is plenty of room for this team to improve and get better in November and December.