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Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

An interesting not e from ESPN Stats & Information about the Jaguars' victory on Sunday: It was their first victory over a team that entered the game at least four games above .500 since Week 15 of 2007 against the Steelers. That was the longest active drought without such a victory.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

At the Eagles' training facility, the waiting game on the official prognosis of Carson Wentz's injured knee continues.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets offensive snap analysis (based on 50): QB – Josh McCown 29, Bryce Petty 21; WR – Jermaine Kearse 44, Chad Hansen 35, Robby Anderson 34, ArDarius Stewart 15, JoJo Natson 1; TE – Austin Seferian-Jenkins 35, Eric Tomlinson 17, Neal Sterling 8; RB – Matt Forte 26, Bilal Powell 23, Lawrence Thomas 6, Eli McGuire 1. Takeaway: McCown (hand) missed his first snaps of the season. Hansen over Anderson? Curious. McGuire (ankle) was one and done.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets defensive snap analysis (based on 70): DL – Leo Williams 58, Mo Wilkerson 57, Steve McLendon 32, Mike Pennel 23, Xavier Cooper 15, Kony Ealy 15; LB – Darron Lee 70, Demario Davis 70, Jordan Jenkins 50, Josh Martin 42, David Bass 28, Obum Gwacham 3; DB – Jamal Adams 70, Marcus Maye 70, Buster Skrine 67, Mo Claiborne 58, Darryl Roberts 33, Rontez Miles 4, Terrence Brooks 2, Rashard Robinson 2. Takeaway: Ealy's PT continues to shrink. Robinson all but disappeared after bad game last week. Gwacham makes defensive debut.

Courtney Cronin ESPN Staff Writer 

Vikings had four of five offensive linemen playing out of position to compensate for injuries in Week 14. Hill, Sirles, Berger and Easton played all 74 snaps. Reiff was limited to 51. Once he went down, Hill moved from RT to LT, Sirles from LG to RT and Danny Isidora came off the bench to play 23 snaps at LG.

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

The Jaguars are a much better team (in FPI's mind) than the Titans and hold a one-game lead in the standings. Therefore they are solid favorites to win the AFC South. Tennessee has a 22.5% chance to win the division still, though.

Brady Henderson ESPN 

Here are the Seahawks' defensive snap counts from yesterday. A season-high 47 snaps for Michael Wilhoite, who started at strong-side linebacker then took over at middle linebacker when Bobby Wagner left with a hamstring injury in the third quarter.

Brady Henderson ESPN 

Here are the Seahawks' offensive snap counts from yesterday. Only one snap for Thomas Rawls even with Mike Davis not finishing the game and Eddie Lacy inactive. Rawls played three snaps last week and one the week before.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Guard Ramon Foster: ‘Absolutely no contest (Antonio Brown) is the best receiver in the world.'