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Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Steelers' familiar tackling problem resurfaces. They have major problems bringing down Alex Collins, who has 98 scrimmage yards in the first half. Steelers might need to win a track meet tonight.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Alex Collins continues to be the Ravens' most consistent offensive weapon. Always keeping his legs moving, Collins scores an 18-yard touchdown. This came three plays after he bulldozed his way for a 37-yard gain off a short pass. Collins has 98 total yards in the first half.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Rams QB Jared Goff, on Carson Wentz potentially tearing his ACL: "It's terrible. I feel really bad for him. I shot him a text hoping for the best for him. It's tough, especially a guy like Carson to be out. I hope that's not the case. I'm praying for the best. But if there's anyone who can bounce back, it's him."

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Alex Collins: waived during final roster cutdown, signed to the Ravens practice squad three days later. Now an impact starter. Great story.

Cameron Wolfe ESPN Staff Writer 

Sunday's loss was a reality check for the Titans. If they continue to play like that, they'll likely be a one-and-done if they make it to the playoffs.

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Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

Broncos linebacker Von Miller on how coach Vance Joseph didn't use a "rah-rah speech" as Joseph challenged the team leaders in Saturday night's team meeting: "Fringe guys need the rah-rah speech to go out and play. The ballers are just going to play regardless of the circumstances, regardless of the score, regardless of the game, they're going to go out there and ball. And the ballers, which we have a team full of baller -- and he challenged everybody just to go out there and ball.''

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Mixed emotions in Eagles locker room after clinching NFC East but losing Carson Wentz.

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Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Anthony Lynn said Russell Okung (knee) and Denzel Perryman (back) should be OK.

Brady Henderson ESPN 

Sheldon Richardson on his ejection, which occurred right before the Quinton Jefferson incident on the sideline: "We were playing hard today and a guy grabbed me after the whistle blew. I was protecting myself and things got a little hot. There was some shoving and I was protecting my teammates. That's the way it goes."

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Anthony Lynn had strong words for rookie Austin Ekeler getting tackled and time running out at the end of halftime: "That was a dumb play by Austin. He's a rookie. He made a bad mistake. That play was called in the huddle. It was called a down, down. You get in an open area, you take a knee. You get down, we use a timeout and we kick a field goal. He thought he could score. He made a bad decision."

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

At 700 rushing yards with three games to play Broncos running back C.J. Anderson is still hoping for his first 1,000-yard season -- "I still think I can get there if I grind ... just keep working."

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Terrell Suggs' dropped interception allows Steelers to hit a 52-yard field goal. The 17 points are the most allowed by the Ravens in the first half since Week 4 against the Steelers (when they scored 19 in first two quarters).

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

A couple milestones for a couple of Broncos in their 23-0 victory over the Jets Sunday: --Wide receiver Demaryius Thomas moved into second place all-time for the Broncos with his 56th career touchdown catch and his 93 yards receiving in the game meant he is also now second place all-time in receiving yardage with 8,475. Rod Smith leads both categories for the Broncos at 68 touchdowns and 11,389 career receiving yards. --Linebacker Von Miller had his 10th sack of the season so he's first Broncos player with six 10-sack seasons.

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Inconsistency has always been the most frustrating aspect of Joe Flacco. He begins game with a terrible decision and throw that results in an interception. Flacco bounces back with a fine 30-yard touchdown throw to Chris Moore.

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Antony Lynn had to this to say about Philip Rivers serving as the lead blocker on Travis Benjamin's 22-yard reverse: "I was like, ‘Get out of the way Phil. Step out of bounds,'" Lynn said, smiling. "But he's all in. These guys are all pulling in the right direction, and if we were going to score a touchdown on the play, he was going to get that block."

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Joe Flacco is starting to break out of his deep-ball slump this season. He throws his third-longest touchdown pass of the season, hitting Chris Moore for a 30-yard score. This comes a week after he hit Mike Wallace for a 66-yard strike.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Dispatch from Los Angeles, after a 43-35 loss to the Eagles that Rams coach Sean McVay attributed to avoidable mistakes.

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John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Corner Josh Norman said the 30-13 loss was "most unfortunate to the fans. We had a packed house out here. They showed love out here on the West Coast for D.C. It's disappointing to put out a show like that [or] even on our home field. It's tough to be a Redskins fan right now."

Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Ravens wide receiver Mike Wallace has returned to the game

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

The Cardinals avoided being eliminated from playoff contention with a win over the Tennessee Titans in an ugly win. But a win's a win.

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Jamison Hensley ESPN Staff Writer 

Steelers running back Le'Veon Bell has scored four touchdowns in his past five quarters against the Ravens. Over that span, Bell has single-handedly outscored Baltimore, 28-9.