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Lindsey Thiry ESPN 

The Rams have turned the ball over twice, but lead the Bears, 10-0, at halftime. Jared Goff connected with Cooper Kupp caught a 50-yard pass to setup a one-yard touchdown for Todd Gurley, breaking the Rams current streak of 23 possessions without a touchdown. Gurley is on pace for his most productive game of the season, rushing for 63 yards on 12 carries.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets injury report: RT Chuma Edoga is having tests Monday on an ankle injury that occurred in the first half. He was replaced by Brandon Shell. The offensive line is getting decimated: Ryan Kalil (IR), Brian Winters (IR) and Kelechi Osemele (surgery/cut). They've already started six different combos.

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

The 49ers are resilient but they have a lot to fix heading into a critical three-game stretch. To their credit, the 9-1 Niners have found myriad ways to win this season, including Sunday's come-from-behind thriller against Arizona. But they have also found themselves in a bit of a rut in some areas that powered their 8-0 start. With Green Bay, Baltimore and New Orleans next on the schedule, the 49ers will need to clean all of that up if they want to maintain control of the NFC playoff picture.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Tom Brady seemed drained in his post-game news conference. Asked about seemingly being discouraged after a win, he said he was tired after playing for three hours.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Bill Belichick jokes: Going to have to ice down Julian Edelman's shoulder as he keeps his passer rating up.

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Carson Wentz is going to have to play transcendent football if the Philadelphia Eagles are to overcome the slew of injuries on offense and make a playoff push down the stretch. That was not the case in the Eagles' 17-10 loss to the New England Patriots Sunday, as Wentz finished 20-of-39 for 214 yards and a touchdown. He had a ton working against him. Not only was he down top receivers Alshon Jeffery and DeSean Jackson and lead back Jordan Howard entering the game, but lost right tackle Lane Johnson to a head injury in the second quarter. The Patriots defense teed off, sacking Wentz five times and registering 11 QB hits as a depleted Eagles offense managed just 3.9 yards per play. It falls on Wentz to thrive amid the adversity and make everyone around him better, as other top-end quarterbacks, like his counterpart Sunday, have done over their careers. That might be a tall order, or even unfair, but these are the moments that franchise QBs have to find a way to get it done.

Lindsey Thiry ESPN 

Rams WR Robert Woods is inactive tonight because of a personal issue, per a Rams spokesperson.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Last week Ezekiel Elliott ran for 47 yards. Against Detroit, he had 45 yards. “At the end of the day, we've got the highest paid runner and a really, really good offensive line, that draws attention,” coordinator Kellen Moore said. “Whether it eventually flips or impacts in other ways as we continue to throw it, we'll keep doing what we do. I think for myself, hey, I've got to find different ways. Maybe we need to approach it a little bit differently from a run game perspective.”

Lindsey Thiry ESPN 

Rams WR Robert Woods is inactive tonight against the Chicago Bears.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Dak Prescott's 841 passing yards in the last two games are the most in consecutive games by a quarterback in team history. “I don't think about performances in the past. I'm not going to sit here and look too much on this performance. It's about what we can do now, how can we get better. We're going to close this book and the next one is a very, very good opponent so I got to keep playing like this and put our team in position to win games.”

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

After a 27-23 loss to the Vikings Sunday when the Broncos didn't protect a 20-0 halftime lead, Von Miller said: “There are no moral victories. We lost, that sucks.'' But Miller also used the word "fun'' as he tried to explain his optimism for the future: "Of course we want it go our way, of course we want to win, but our process, the way we prepared this week, from start to finish, from the No. 1 player on the roster to the last player on the roster . We played a hell of game, we came up short.'

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

On the tragic anniversary of his brother's death, Michael Gallup caught a career-high nine passes for 148 yards in the Cowboys' win. Gallup felt at peace after speaking out loud to his brother Sunday. “I was like, Andy, we here baby. Got to go play some ball,'” Gallup said, walking up the tunnel inside Ford Field do the team buses. “I told him, ‘We're going to play the game for you, make sure we have a game.'” That's what I did, so it was a good day.”

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

The 29.4 PPR fantasy points that Saints running backs scored are the most the Buccaneers have allowed in a game in 2019. The Buccaneers remain one of four teams to not allow 30-plus points to an opponent's running backs in a game this year (Patriots, Saints, Eagles).

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

S Jamal Adams has six sacks, a new single-season team record for DBs. All six have come in the last three games. "The picks aren't coming my way, so I thought I'd do something different," he said. He's two shy of the NFL record for a DB.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Colts' Quenton Nelson on when he last did a keg stand after his o-line teammates lifted him into a 'keg stand' celebration: 'It's been awhile 'cause were in season, but yeah, that was fun with the boys."

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Quarterback Dwayne Haskins said it's tough being a young quarterback, especially when it comes to knowing what he likes best -- and how to vocalize it. "You have guys who have been in this league a long time. As a young dude, you have to earn their trust. You have to earn that ability to ask for what you see out there. As the game went on I started telling them what I want and what would help us make plays. They started listening to me. I have to keep earning that."

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

49ers defensive end Dee Ford will not return to this game with a hamstring injury. Niners' depth on the defensive line being tested.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

There was plenty of reaction to Colts OL Quenton Nelson's 'keg stand' TD celebration that wasn't a TD after all. QB Jacoby Brissett: "I almost cried because that celebration was pretty cool. I hope that still can be nominated as one of the best celebrations because I don't know how they picked him up."

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Running back Derrius Guice said his big takeaway from this game was that "we've got to all stop being selfish. We've got to play as a unit, as a team. Too many self-inflicted wounds and that's hurting us -- that hurts us every game. We've always had the most penalties out of any team. That's just hurting us." The Redskins committed 11 penalties for 66 yards -- one of them wiped out a 67-yard pass play; another came on a field goal that the Jets accepted and then scored a touchdown.

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

The three best single-game fantasy point totals of Josh Allen's career have all come against the Dolphins, within the Bills' past 15 regular-season games: 40.5, 2018 Week 17 33.8, 2019 Week 11 28.7, 2018 Week 13

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

Another week, same old problems for the Detroit Lions

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Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets have scored eight offensive TDs in the last two games — same total as the first EIGHT games. QB Sam Darnold said "we're really getting a feel for the offense ... We're playing with a lot more rhythm." The pass protection was better in this game — 11 pressures and only two sacks allowed.

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaguars QB Nick Foles on the leadership that is needed after today's loss: "I think the big thing is don't press. I think it's easy to press in this situation and think the sky's falling, the world is over. It's not. We're blessed to play a game. The big thing for guys right now is go home. You've got family at home. You have a wife. Go love her. Go be with her. If you have kids go be with your kids. ... We are 4-6. That is the situation. But we can't win six games at once."

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

The Falcons D/ST, which had minus-2 fantasy points in its first eight games of 2019, have scored 32 combined in two games since their Week 9 bye, facing the Saints and Panthers on the road. They were started in 0.7% of ESPN leagues in Week 11.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

TE Ryan Griffin had a career game — five catches for 109 yards and a TD, including a 45-yard reception on a Sam Darnold scramble. "They kind of lost me in the shuffle and I just tried to put the jets on," Griffin said. Jets? Not exactly. He reached only 16.7 mph on the play, per NFL Next Gen Stats. Not bad for a big tight end, but not jet-like.