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Week 4 fantasy football scoring leaders

Week 4 is underway. Stay up to date with all of the top fantasy football scoring leaders throughout the day.

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6hVictoria Matiash

Fantasy Hockey: Familiar faces in new places

What should fantasy owners expect from high-profile players who have switched teams this season? Victoria Matiash breaks down 12 from the Eastern Conference.

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Should fantasy owners cut Andre Johnson? (0:41)
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Top 30 projected NHL scorers for 2015-16

Hockey Prospectus projections for the top 30 point scorers for 2015-16, along with insights into why players are where they are and a few notable exclusions.

Jets ground Dolphins in London (0:45)
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4dKC Joyner

Joyner: Time to trade Marshawn Lynch in fantasy

KC Joyner says consider trade offers for Marshawn Lynch given his slow start, mileage and the Seahawks' disappointing run blocking. Plus, he weighs in on other struggling RBs from around the NFL.

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2dTristan H. Cockcroft

Cockcroft: Top 250 baseball keeper rankings

Tristan H. Cockcroft presents his top 250 keeper rankings for the 2016 fantasy baseball season, led by Mike Trout and Bryce Harper.

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5dTristan H. Cockcroft

Consistency Ratings: Week 4

The Consistency Ratings weigh both how consistent as well as how start-worthy players have been in ESPN leagues in 2015.

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4dMatt Bowen

Target Cooper in DFS, season-long leagues

Matt Bowen breaks down Oakland Raiders WR Amari Cooper, outlining why the rising rookie should be played this week in DFS and otherwise acquired in standard fantasy leagues.

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3dPaul Carr, ESPN Stats & Info

Prem goal scorers set to rise or drop

Paul Carr outlines which Premier League attacking players have over- or underperformed the most this season, and projects their future goal output.

5dEric Karabell

Jones, Palmer rise in end-of-season ranks

Eric Karabell updates his rest-of-season top 100 rankings, plus ranks by position. Julio Jones and Carson Palmer are among players on the rise.


Ben Goessling ESPN Staff Writer 

BRONCOS 23, VIKINGS 20 (FINAL): In what was both an impressive comeback and a missed opportunity, the Vikings' struggles protecting Teddy Bridgewater loomed large. Bridgewater was sacked seven times in the loss, including two on the Vikings' final drive, and his impressive second half (13 of 15 for 131 yards) went for naught.

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

RAMS 24, CARDINALS 22 (FINAL): Just when the Rams needed the offense to pick up the slack, their slumbering run game came to life behind rookie RB Todd Gurley and WR Tavon Austin. Combined with a defense that held the Cardinals to field goals instead of touchdowns five times and came up with three takeaways, the Rams improved to 2-2 and 2-0 in the NFC West division.

Twice is nice for San Diego kicker

Chargers kicker Josh Lambo missed the game-winning FG vs. the Browns, but got a second try thanks to an offsides penalty. He nailed the second attempt, beating the Browns 30-27.


Final: Chargers 30, Browns 27

  • SD WR K. Allen: 4 rec, 72 yds, TD
  • SD QB Rivers: 358 pass yds, 3 TD
  • CLE QB McCown: 356 pass yds, 2 TD
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Broncos hold off Vikings

The Broncos remained perfect in a back-and-forth game vs. the Vikings, that ended up 23-20 thanks in large part to help from the defense. Denver kept the pressure on Teddy Bridgewater all day, sacking him 7 times. Box score

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Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

"Won't even go into that discussion. Not on my mind." - Jim Tomsula, when asked if he would consider a quarterback switch.

Cardinals can't stay perfect vs. Rams

Arizona was upset vs. the Rams, 24-22 thanks to a big game on the ground from rookie Todd Gurley, who scampered for 146 yards on 19 carries. Carson Palmer threw for 351 yards, but just 1 TD and also 1 INT. The Cardinals drop to 3-1 while the Rams improve to 2-2. Box score


Final: Green Bay 17, 49ers 3

  • GB RB Lacy: 18 carries, 90 yds
  • GB QB Rodgers: 224 pass yds, TD, 33 rush yds
  • SF QB Kaepernick: 10 carries, 57 yds
Box score


Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

PACKERS 17, 49ERS 3 (Final): A game first-half effort by the Niners disintegrated after halftime as the Packers simply wore them down. How dispiriting was it? Niners fans booed quarterback Colin Kaepernick, as well as rookie punter Bradley Pinion...when Green Bay fans weren't chanting, Go, Pack, Go. The 49ers fall to 1-3.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

It may be hard to read, but as the sun goes down in Cincinnati, there's still a piece of paper hanging up inside Paul Brown Stadium: "Dear Andy," the banner reads, "keep up the good work." Dalton has Bengals 4-0.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

When the season started Brees vs. Romo was the matchup. At the start of the week Brees was in question. This sign seems to sum up some feelings of Cowboys fans.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Cowboys inactives - Matt Cassel, Lucky Whitehead, Dez Bryant, Randy Gregory, La'el Collins, Ryan Russell, Geoff Swaim

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

PACKERS 17, 49ERS 3 (Final): The Packers are 4-0 for the first time since 2011, when they started 13-0 on the way to a 15-1 regular season. A strong defensive performance features six sacks of Colin Kaepernick.

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

Saints QB Drew Brees, S Jairus Byrd, CB Keenan Lewis, LB Dannell Ellerbe, DE Cameron Jordan all ACTIVE tonight vs. Cowboys. This will be the 2015 debut for Byrd, Lewis and Ellerbe and the first time Byrd has played since Week 4 of last season. Coach Sean Payton said those defensive players could be on a “pitch count” since they’ve been out for so long.

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

Inactive for Saints: G Jahri Evans, newly-acquired TE Michael Hoomanawanui, WR Joe Morgan, QB Garrett Grayson, CB Kyle Wilson, DE Obum Gwacham, DT Kaleb Eulls.

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

Drew Brees warming up in the background as former Saints CB Corey White catches up with Brian Dixon, Brandon Coleman a little more than 90 minutes before kickoff vs. Cowboys.

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

Chargers announce CB Brandon Flowers has a concussion and will not return

Pagano: 'No one said it was going to be easy'

Colts coach Chuck Pagano talks about playing through adversity and gives an update on the health of QB Andrew Luck in the wake of Indianapolis' OT win over the Jaguars.


Tania Ganguli ESPN Staff Writer 

Texans receiver Cecil Shorts was on the ground when a Falcons defensive lineman drove him into the turf. "It's football; I ain't going to say it was a dirty play," Shorts said. "(The injury) didn't happen until the last guy jumped on top of me. It wasn't needed, but it's football." Shorts suffered a significant injury to his left shoulder. It happened on the game's final play.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

Cowboys RB Christine Michael is active for tonight's game against New Orleans. So is DE David Irving, who was picked up off Kansas City's practice squad in the middle of the week. La'el Collins will be inactive with Ronald Leary returning to action.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Staff Writer 

Broncos wide receiver Demaryius Thomas is questionable to return to the game with a neck injury. He took a hard hit from Vikings safety Harrison Smith on a 4-yard reception on Broncos last possession.

Hill leads unbeaten Bengals past Chiefs

Jeremy Hill appears to be back in good graces as he ran for three touchdowns and Andy Dalton threw a 55-yard TD to Brandon Tate as the Bengals beat the Chiefs 36-21.