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• Former IU running back Jordan Howard posted a career-high 36 carries for 167 yards for the Chicago Bears in their 27-24 overtime win over the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday. The Bears are now 2-4, while Howard is up to 118 carries for 495 yards and four touchdowns on the season. • Former IU All-American running back Tevin Coleman finished with nine carries for 32 yards and one touchdown for the Atlanta Falcons in their 20-17 loss to the Miami Dolphins. The Falcons fell to 3-2 on the season. • Former IU left guard Rodger Saffold helped the Los Angeles Rams record 389 total yards of offense in their 27-17 win over the Jacksonville Jaguars on Sunday. The Rams are now 4-2 on the season and currently
There were supposed to be a pair of locks on Sunday: The Atlanta Falcons over the Miami Dolphins and the Denver Broncos over the woeful New York Giants . Vegas had both teams set at -12, according to our SportsLine, and looked ready to roll over two struggling teams. However, chaos reared its ugly head, as the Dolphins stormed back from a 17-point deficit and the Giants utterly outplayed the Broncos for 60 minutes. Both teams lost. Unfortunately for the favorites, they were both shown why games aren't played on paper. The Broncos in particular looked like they matched up to the Giants extremely well. With one of the best run defenses in the league going up against the non-existent Giants running
ESPN.com With a Marcus Mariota return looking more likely than it did last week, can the Titans put themselves back in the mix for the AFC South crown? Here's a guide to everything you need to know about the Indianapolis Colts-Tennessee Titans matchup. Monday, 8:30 p.m. ET on ESPN & WatchESPN Game HQ page | PickCenter Marcus Mariota officially listed as questionable for MNF vs. Colts. Titans will likely let decision linger until before gametime. Tight end Jack Doyle has cleared the concussion protocol and will return against the Titans on Monday.
Tampa Bay fans witnessed a scary sight on Sunday when franchise quarterback Jameis Winston left the game against Arizona with an injury. Winston, who had attempted only 10 passes to that point, was diagnosed with a shoulder injury and did not return to the game. The Buccaneers went on to lose 38-33, dropping to 2-3 on the season. If Winston is unable to return for several games, Tampa Bay could be in trouble. The team travels to Buffalo next week before returning home to play Carolina in a critical division game. Atlanta Falcons (17-20 loss to the Dolphins) Devonta Freeman, RB: Rushed nine times for 68 yards at 7.6 yards per carry. Buffalo Bills (bye week) Nick O’Leary, TE: N/A Carolina Panthers
Let’s enjoy another NFL Sunday, shall we? Unfortunately, a major injury dominated the news again. Aaron Rodgers broke his collarbone and could be out the rest of the season. Where do the Packers go from here? The Falcons blew a 17-point lead at home and lost to the Dolphins. Deshaun Watson led the Texans to another big offensive performance against the Browns, who fell to 0-6. Another rookie quarterback, Mitchell Trubisky, got his first win for the Bears — and might have helped saved John Fox’s job. In the afternoon, the NFL’s last remaining unbeaten team finally lost. The Steelers beat the Chiefs, in part because they finally let Le'Veon Bell run wild. Adrian Peterson made his debut for the
Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer Close Follow on Twitter Week 6 went a long way toward solidifying the Philadelphia Eagles as a power in the NFC. Part of that is tied to their Thursday night road win over the Carolina Panthers, but events around the NFL over the last several days are likely to have a more significant, long-term impact. The biggest story, without question, is the injury to Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers. He broke his collarbone Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings and could be done for the season. There is a leaguewide ripple effect anytime a player of his caliber is lost, and that certainly pertains to other conference contenders. Heading into the week, the Packers