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Sarah Barshop ESPN Staff Writer 

RB D'Onta Foreman said he is still waiting to hear back from the doctor on the diagnosis of his ankle injury, but said he did not hear a crack or a break when he went down.

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Russell Okung down on the field and being attended to by trainers. Sam Tevi in at left tackle. Might want to run the ball. Okung hobbles off field.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Davante Adams on the shutout loss to the Ravens: "We've got too much talent in this locker room on offense, too much talent to go out there and put on a display like that. Zero points. There's no reason we should have zero points whoever we're playing."

Mike Sando, @

A lot of people's jobs depend on Brock Osweiler protecting that football he just threw as if it were a chewed up piece of 5-cent gum.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

There have been multiples times when the crowd at Estadio Azteca has chanted "Brady! Brady! Brady!" in the first quarter of today's game. The first time came after the Raiders were stopped on third down and the crowd knew Brady would soon be taking the field.

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Joey Bosa with the hit and Buffalo Bills rookie QB Nathan Peterman throws his third interception of the game, this one to Tre Boston. Chargers have gotten consistent pressure up front through the opening quarter, making Peterman uncomfortable.

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

A couple Dolphins offensive players said were unaware QB Jay Cutler (concussion protocol) wasn't returning in the second half until Matt Moore entered.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Rams WR Robert Woods injured his left shoulder towards the end of the game. No word on seriousness yet; he was still getting checked on when Sean McVay addressed the media.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Redskins running back Chris Thompson just left the locker room and was carted away. He clearly looked as you would expect: very dejected.

Matthew Berry @

Nathan Peterman has now thrown as many interceptions in 1 quarter as Tyrod Taylor has all year. #3

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills QB Nathan Peterman threw his third interception of the first quarter of his starting debut Sunday on a third-and-10 in which he tossed the ball up as he was hit. There was no receiver in the vicinity and safety Tre Boston came down with the Chargers interception.

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

Drew Brees completed all 11 of his pass attempts (not counting penalties) for a total of 164 yards on the Saints' final two TD drives in regulation to force overtime. They haven't needed him to be Superman this year, but that's not bad.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Rookie RB Devante Mays said he wasn't going to answer questions after he fumbled on his first two NFL touches today against the Ravens.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Jay Gruden said of the loss: "It stings. It stings a lot of people. We'll have to bounce back in a short week."

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

The Patriots' offense put together one of its most impressive drives of the season, mixing in the up-tempo attack and a variety of groupings before Tom Brady found running back Dion Lewis for a 15-yard scoring catch-and-run. A key part of the drive was tight end Dwayne Allen recovering a Rex Burkhead fumble to help the team maintain possession. The drive lasted 7 minutes and 7 seconds.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Redskins coach Chris Thompson suffered a broken fibula in his third quarter injury. It's a devastating injury for Thompson and the Redskins. He'll be tough to replace.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

Broncos in three wide receiver set on last possession: Incompletion, Osweiler scramble after protection breakdown, Devontae Booker run for no gain and Osweiler interception. Consistent story of the season. Interception came on on play that started at the Bengals' 4-yard line with Broncos in three wide and empty backfield.

Katherine Terrell ESPN Staff Writer 

Bengals get on the board first with a one-yard touchdown from Andy Dalton to Tyler Kroft. Weird sequence of events to get there. Bengals had a punt blocked in their territory, then Dre Kirkpatrick picks off Brock Osweiler in the end zone and runs it back to the Broncos 14-yard line. He then somehow fumbled and recovered his own fumble at the one-yard line. Bengals also missed an extra point and are leading 6-0. All of this happened and there's still 7:06 in the first quarter.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Ben McAdoo thought Janoris Jenkins "played his tail off." He also thought as a whole "I know we played hard."

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Brett Hundley: "I can't expect to be perfect, but I can expect to be better than this."

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

"I cost our team the game." - Cardinals coach Bruce Arians on running the ball on fourth-and-1 in the fourth quarter instead of punting. Arians said he felt giving Peterson the ball over a quarterback dive by Blaine Gabbert was the better call.