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  1. Which team had the top O-line in Week 3?

    The O-lines for the Cowboys and Eagles paved the way for rookie QBs Dak Prescott and Carson Wentz to have success in Week 3, but Shaun O'Hara says one unit's dominant play stands above the rest. Read

  2. What we learned: Falcons run amok in win over Saints

    Atlanta's backfield tag-team of Devonta Freeman and Tevin Coleman combined for 296 yards and four touchdowns, leading the Falcons to a 45-32 shootout victory over the Saints. Read

  3. Drew Bledsoe: Is Tony's time up in Dallas?

    Former Cowboys quarterback Drew Bledsoe was lifted for Tony Romo nearly 10 years ago. Will rookie sensation Dak Prescott now take the reins in Dallas? Michael Silver examines the situation. Read








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  5. The Schein Nine

    Statement Sunday -- for better or worse ...

    Wunderkind QB Carson Wentz and pass-rushing terror Everson Griffen both thoroughly enjoyed Sunday. Gus Bradley, on the other hand ... Adam Schein identifies Week 3's most meaningful developments. Read

  6. Burleson embracing new NFL Network show

    After an 11-year pro career, Nate Burleson joined the NFL Network as an analyst. Two years later, Ed Sherman writes about Burleson's latest transition to New York as part of "Good Morning Football." Read

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  9. Pats OC McDaniels: 'I love where I'm at'

    Josh McDaniels might be the hottest head-coaching candidate right now, but the Patriots offensive coordinator insists he's happy where he is. Read

  10. Steve Gleason returns to site of historic blocked punt

    Former New Orleans Saints' safety Steve Gleason was on the field pregame as the Saints remembered the 10-year anniversary of Hurricane Katrina. Watch
  11. Greatness on the Road

    Trevor Siemian tosses Broncos to win, 3-0 start

    A big congratulations is due for six of the week's 16 road teams, with Atlanta and New Orleans yet to play on Monday night, as they came away winners in Week 3. But who was the best of the victorious? Read

  12. Forty-two things we learned from Week 3

    Andrew Luck hooked up with T.Y. Hilton on a game-winning catch-and-run to put the Colts past the Chargers. Here's 42 things we learned from Week 3. Read

  13. The Shek Report Week 3 | Odell Fights an Inanimate Object

    NFL Media's Dave Dameshek breaks down the most shameful plays and players of Week 3 in the NFL. Watch
  14. End Around

    Rex Ryan forever carries torch for Bill Belichick

    Rex Ryan is in the fight of his life, but Bill Belichick is never far from his mind. Even after a huge win against Arizona, Rex couldn't lay off his white whale in the ensuing media conference. Read

  15. End Around

    Elway trolls Twitter doubter in moment of quiet fury

    Here's something from Sunday that serves as a fascinating peek into the undying competitive spirit of one John Albert Elway Jr. And it involves a helpless individual within the world of social media. Read

  16. Game Center: Falcons @ Saints

    Falcons win barn-burner in New Orleans

    Matt Ryan and the Falcons' running backs torched the Saints' defense all night, powering through to a big divisional win on Monday Night Football.

  17. Mind-blowing stats for Carson Wentz

    Philadelphia Eagles QB Carson Wentz is the first rookie to have no interceptions in his first 100 pass attempts. Take a look at the mind-blowing stats behind Wentz's 3-0 start. Read

  18. End Around

    Ty Montgomery uses rulebook to his advantage

    In a heated matchup between the Lions and Packers at Lambeau on Sunday, Green Bay return man Ty Montgomery got crafty on an errant kickoff. Read


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  20. CFB 24/7: Path to the Draft

    Top 5 contenders for title of RB U

    Who's the real Running Back U? Our analysts dive into NFL rosters and cast their votes for the programs they believe are best at producing rushers. Read

  21. Deep dive waiver-wire targets

    As the season progress, injured and suspended players like Kenneth Dixon and Josh Gordon are getting set to return. They're among Alex Gelhar's top Week 4 deep waiver-wire targets. Read

  22. We had unbelievable field position and continued to tremendously underachieve as an offense. That's nobody's fault outside of mine.

    Blake Bortles

    - Blake Bortles, taking the blame for the Jaguars' struggles.

  23. Reliable Performers: Week 3

    Find out who held it down for their team this week on reliable performances! Watch
  24. Week 4 waiver wire: Streaming defenses to target

    Josh Norman and the Redskins welcome the Browns to FedexField in Week 4, making them an ideal fantasy defense to stream. See Alex Gelhar's full list of streaming defense options for Week 4 here. Read

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  26. Week 4 fantasy football waiver wire targets

    The waiver wire is one of the most important keys to finding success in the world of fantasy football. I'll do my best to help you manage it and find the players who can bring you fantasy glory. Read

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  28. Name the Play

    Caption this: Name best plays of Week 3

    Patrick Peterson delivered one of the most impressive interceptions in recent memory, snagging a Tyrod Taylor sideline pass with one hand. Click here to caption his can't-miss play. Read

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