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Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

Rookie CB Marshon Lattimore has been a huge reason for the Saints' stunning turnaround. They have won seven straight games after an 0-2 start. According to the Elias Sports Bureau, the only team to go from 0-2 to 8-2 in NFL history was the 1947 Bears.

KC Joyner ESPN Insider 

Tight ends with the least favorable schedules in fantasy football in Week 11 (0-100 scale, with 100 being most favorable): Eric Ebron (14), David Njoku (25), Benjamin Watson (29), C.J. Fiedorowicz (32), Tyler Higbee (46).

KC Joyner ESPN Insider 

Tight ends with the most favorable schedules in fantasy football in Week 11 (0-100 scale, with 100 being most favorable): Rob Gronkowski (100), Travis Kelce (86), Zach Ertz (86), Marcedes Lewis (86), Cameron Brate (75), Tyler Kroft (68), Jason Witten (68).

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

Today's gameday program reflects the celebration for the unveiling of Red Miller's spot in the Broncos Ring of Fame as well as Hall of Famer Terrell Davis, who will receive a ring to commemorate his enshrinement in the Hall's Class of '17.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

The Redskins running backs need to have a big day. Starting back Samaje Perine faces a defense that allows 4.7 yards per carry. Running back Chris Thompson faces a defense that ranks 27th in yards allowed vs. screens.

David Purdum ESPN Staff Writer 

More money has been bet on the Dallas Cowboys-Philadelphia Eagles game than any other game at William Hill's Nevada sportsbooks, where 95 percent of the money wagered at this point is on the favored Eagles.

KC Joyner ESPN Insider 

Wide receivers with the least favorable schedules in fantasy football in Week 11 (0-100 scale, with 100 being most favorable): Corey Coleman (4), Sammy Watkins (12), Robert Woods (12), A.J. Green (17), DeAndre Hopkins (17), Cooper Kupp (19), Emmanuel Sanders (29).

KC Joyner ESPN Insider 

Wide receivers with the most favorable schedules in fantasy football in Week 11 (0-100 scale, with 100 being most favorable): Danny Amendola (95), Ted Ginn, Jr. (91), Terrance Williams (83), Adam Humphries (81), Brandin Cooks (79), Mike Wallace (79).

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

Aside from him not actually warming up, Bucs quarterback Jameis Winston appears to be his usual self today — midfield with coaches, encouraging teammates. He's had a big smile on his face the whole time.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

With left tackle Ronnie Stanley inactive, the Ravens are moving James Hurst from left guard to tackle and putting Luke Bowanko at left guard fro Sunday's game against the Packers. Baltimore doesn't have a full-time starter from last year's offensive line active today.

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

The Saints have suddenly become a run-first team, powered by the Mark Ingram-Alvin Kamara duo. Both of them ran for more than 100 yards last week, and both are on pace for more than 1,400 yards from scrimmage. The Saints lead the NFL with 14 rushing touchdowns this year, and they have called runs on 50 percent of their plays during their current 7-game win streak.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

Chiefs are making a change to starting offensive line if warm ups are an indication. Zach Fulton is at left guard instead of Bryan Witzmann. Witzmann had started first 9 games. Fulton has started 40 games for Chiefs, including six this year.

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

Bucs cornerback Brent Grimes told me that there are no bad feelings with the Dolphins and that he doesn't feel like he has anything to prove to them today. He still has a lot of friends on that team. His wife Miko is in attendance today too.

KC Joyner ESPN Insider 

Running backs with the least favorable schedules in fantasy football in Week 11 (0-100 scale, with 100 being the most favorable): Lamar Miller (9), Joe Mixon (12), C.J. Anderson (14), Tevin Coleman (18), Leonard Fournette (26), Alfred Morris (26).

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

A different kind of statistical season for Drew Brees since the Saints are playing defense and running the ball so well. He is on pace for his lowest yardage total in 12 years with the Saints (4,263). But he is also on pace to break the NFL record for highest single-season completion percentage for the third time in his career (71.7).

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

Michael Thomas is on pace for a Saints-record 105 catches and he can become just the second WR in NFL history with 155 catches in his first 25 games if he catches four passes today. But he's overdue for a return trip to the end zone. The red-zone monster surprisingly has only two TD catches this year (in Weeks 3 and 4) since defenses pay so much attention to him down there and since the Saints have been able to rely so much in their defense and run game.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Rams have their fans here, too.