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Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Greeting from Sarasota, where the Raiders are staying for the week before playing at Tampa Bay on Sunday.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

The Packers are creating a couple of roster spots. They are placing S Chris Banjo on injured reserve, per a source. His hamstring injury will keep him out a while but they also need the roster spot after Damarious Randall's groin surgery. Also, WR Jared Abbrederis is reportedly going to IR, according to the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel.

Mike Sando ESPN Senior Writer 

Warm, sunny October day in Denver.

Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

Hue Jackson on the upcoming trade deadline: "We are not going to trade Joe Thomas. Joe Thomas has a lot to do with what we're trying to accomplish here in the future."

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

New England's Bill Belichick isn't the only NFL coach who isn't a big fan of the Microsoft tablet called the Surface being used on the sideline. You seldom will find Panthers coach Ron Rivera using one. "Unless there's something I really need to see, I'm not going to look at them. I trying to stay engaged in the game as much as I can to what's going on. If there's something I really need to see I'll look at it on the tablet. It's interesting. I think there are a lot of unintended consequences that come with having those tablets. The paper, take a picture, you get it immediately. You don't have to worry about turning it on, scan through it or anything like that. And again, eventually, it's coming. I don't know. I think sometimes we're making it a lot more complicated than the game really is. It's a very simple game, and I think we outsmart ourselves sometimes.''

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Sunday night's 6-6 tie was 3rd in the NFL in the Super Bowl era. The Cardinals have played in all of those games. Cardinals like 6-6 ties

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

Saints coach Sean Payton made multiple references again Monday to Nick Fairley's personal foul with 2:18 remaining Sunday, calling it a "killer." Fairley grabbed running back Spencer Ware and tossed him to the ground after a play fake, squandering New Orleans' chance to force a potential punt on third-and-8 while down by just three points. "Those mistakes are the ones that we need to see and be able to correct," Payton said while listing "things that are keeping us from winning.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The play in which Jets QB Geno Smith injured his right knee. (Photo Jeff Skopin/ESPN).

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

The Redskins worked out running back Isaiah Pead today, according to a source, but it did not sound as if they're going to sign anyone. Pead, a former second-round pick by St. Louis, was cut from Miami earlier this month.

Mike DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaguars coach Gus Bradley: "I firmly believe in Blake Bortles. Without a doubt." Not a thought of making a QB change.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Cowboys cornerback Orlando Scandrick is ready to return to action after missing four games with hamstring strains to both legs. Scandrick said he is 100 percent. "I just needed time," he said. "I was trying to push through something that was maybe a little bit worse than everybody thought."

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Another tough break for Jets QB Geno Smith, whose 2015 season was ruined by the IK Enemkpali punch. Smith probably has played his last game as a Jet. He will be a free agent and the recovery from ACL surgery probably will go through May/June.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Panthers coach Ron Rivera said the Carrie Underwood concert on Sunday night was real good with one exception: "It was loud, though. I'm a little bit if a fuddy duddy."

Paul Kuharsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Titans injuries: Walker bruised chest, Sharpe knee sprain, Spain more a significant bruise out 3-4 weeks, Cox in concussion protocol, Johnson neck strain. Dodd has foot pain, no re-injury.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

More from last night: Cardinals CB Patrick Peterson said after the 6-6 tie that his back was being wrapped and had a heating pad on it throughout the game. "My back is killing me," Peterson said after the game. "I'll be alright." His back injury affected his ability to cut, he said. "At times I was able to run forward but it was all about breaking when I had the opportunity to break left and right, when I had to extend my arm and things like that. But I'll be OK. I'll be ready to go next week."

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Panthers coach Ron Rivera said this team can "absolutely" make the playoffs despite a 1-5 start. "Why not?" he said.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

Quarterback Ben Roethlisberger is in the Steelers facility. He is not addressing the media.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Recapping last night, Cardinals coach Bruce Arians said he was surprised RB David Johnson's run that knocked over the pylon wasn't reviewed. "I think he ruled that the ball did not cross the line and I never got a clear explanation. That's the only thing he could actually put down. When the pylon gets kicked, it's normally a touchdown."