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NFL Nation's Week 12 fantasy advice

Our NFL Nation reporters deliver their weekly dose of fantasy intel straight from every team's locker room. This week, make sure to watch out for Jameis Winston, Josh McCown, DeAngelo Williams and Thomas Rawls.

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Watch on ESPN: 30 for 30 film 'Chasing Tyson'

Heavyweight champ Evander Holyfield longed for a shot at Mike Tyson. When they finally met in the ring, they gave us two of the sport's most memorable fights. Watch "Chasing Tyson" on ESPN and WatchESPN.

Gronkowski stresses discipline at the table (0:38)
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Palmer a better play than Brady, Newton

Tom Brady and Cam Newton might be battling for the NFL's MVP award in the real world, but our fantasy crew likes Arizona's touchdown-tossing machine better in Week 12.

What you need to know for Week 12 (1:00)
How Notre Dame can still make the CFP (1:46)
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Brady-Manning: What we'll miss about their classic matchup

Tom Brady and Peyton Manning have played 16 times since 2001. But as Geoffrey Chaucer penned, 'All good things must come to an end.' With Manning out Sunday and his career in doubt because of injuries, here are a few things we'll miss about their matchup.

Jim Harbaugh smashes a buckeye (0:15)
Not Ray Lewis' Thanksgiving motivational speech (1:39)
Golic: Big difference between Gronk and Manziel party habits (1:45)
Stephen A. erupts at Skip's notion of Romo winning MVP (1:17)
Stephen A.: Kobe should retire right now (1:31)
Soak it in when you see Bart Starr at Lambeau Field (1:56)
Winston: I'm being the best teammate I can be (0:42)
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Sando: Jameis Winston's improvement is real

We asked a veteran NFL coach to go through Jameis Winston's best game so far. We also looked to see if Winston is ahead of the rookie curve. All in all, this is a rookie QB on the rise.

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Uni Watch: Blue Jackets score with posters

The Blue Jackets are turning promotion into works of art with a series of sensational game-day posters. Paul Lukas catches up with the artist responsible for the cool designs.

What's happening to the Rockets and Clippers? (3:30)


Cavaliers (11-3) at Raptors (9-6), 7:30 p.m. ET

The Cavs averaged 110 points vs. the Raptors in winning the final three meetings last season behind LeBron James' 29.3 points and 11.3 assists per game. The Raptors search for their third straight win on "Drake Night" in Toronto. Follow live

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Sixers (0-15) at Celtics (7-7)

Philadelphia is 0-8 on the road and has lost 34 of 36 away from home. The 76ers will try to avoid pulling within one of the franchise-worst 0-17 mark they opened last season with while trying to snap a 0-25 skid dating back to last season. Follow live

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76ers: 11% chance to win according to ESPN Basketball Power Index; 76ers are BPI favorites in 1 game rest of the season (Dec. 1 vs Lakers)

Michael C. Wright ESPN Staff Writer 

Tony Parker chopping it up with Michael Finley.

Berry 'loves' Eddie Lacy on Thanksgiving

Eddie Lacy finally looked like himself last week, and "against a Bears team that is 25th against the run the past five weeks, I say he will look like that again. Top-12 play for me," says Matthew Berry. Week 12 Love/Hate

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Rapper Jadakiss dishes out NBA top 5

The MVP of raspy rhymes was in Bristol, Connecticut, promoting his new album, "Top 5 Dead Or Alive." So, naturally, SportsNation asked him to share his all-time NBA starting lineup. Magic at point

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Ronaldos epic stepover fail

This isn't a video from one of Cristiano Ronaldo's two goals in his 23rd career Champions League brace. It's one where his trademark trick let him down.


Tim MacMahon ESPN Staff Writer 

How has Dirk Nowitzki's game changed as he has aged? "Not much. He looks the same to me," Spurs coach Gregg Popovich said. "Hes a remarkable player, competitor. Fierce competitor, class act, special guy."

Knicks (8-7) at Magic (6-8)

New York opened a four-game trip with wins over Oklahoma City and Houston to give it four straight victories overall for the first time since the end of the 2013-14 season. A big reason? Rookie Kristaps Porzingis, who is averaging 20 points, 11.3 rebounds and 2.8 blocks while shooting 51.9 percent -- 66.7 from beyond the arc -- in the last four games. New York leads early in the first. Follow live

Wizards (6-5) at Hornets (8-6)

The last time the Wizards visited Charlotte, they held the Hornets to 23 second-half points in a 95-69 win March 9 -- the lowest-scoring half in franchise history. Washington looks to end Charlotte's three-game winning streak tonight at Time Warner Cable Arena. Follow live

Justin Sears soars for huge dunk

Yale's Sears pump-faked and drove for a big dunk against No. 6 Duke early in the first half, where Yale leads 13-7 on ESPNU.


Watch: Yale (3-1) at No. 6 Duke (4-1)

Grayson Allen looks to follow up his 32-point effort in Duke's 86-84 win vs. Georgetown to lead the Blue Devils to a third straight win. The Blue Devils are 3-0 vs. Yale, last meeting in December 1973. Live on ESPNU, WatchESPN

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Starr ready for emotional homecoming

The Packers legend survived two strokes, a heart attack and four seizures last year -- and then a life-threatening bronchial infection three months ago -- and is set to attend Thursday's ceremony for Brett Favre. A legend at Lambeau

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Kobe: Lakers have big problems

After the Lakers' 34-point loss to Golden State, Bryant said, "I could've scored 80 ... wouldn't have made a damn difference." He became the first player this season with 4 or fewer points on 14 or more field goal attempts. Entire team is frustrated

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ICYMI: Curry crosses up Clarkson

Stephen Curry used a pick and this really slick behind-the-back dribble to send Lakers guard Jordan Clarkson flying.


Olney: Red Sox emerging as big spender

The Red Sox are emerging as a big spender in the chase for David Price, but Buster Olney hopes they're ready to open the purse: Last winter, they were hesitant to offer Jon Lester $135M -- and that'll be far less than what Price can command. Market for Price (Insider)

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Czarniak vs. Busch: Power Wheels style

SportsCenter anchor Lindsay Czarniak went head-to-head with NASCAR champ Kyle Busch in a Power Wheels race. You won't believe who won.


Public Editor: ESPN not monolithic,' still deserving of scrutiny

Jim Brady explains his approach to the new role, shifting focus toward representing the publics views, perceptions and questions about ESPN and its products. Intro column

RB Fantasy Ranks: Lean on T.J. Yeldon?

Eric Karabell has the Jaguars back in his top 10 for this week, but he's alone on an island compared to our other experts. Yeldon has gone without a TD for three straight weeks. RB Rankings

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