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Coughlin on playoff race: 'It's a lot of fun' (0:26)
Blackmon: Redskins going all-in for divisional games (0:36)
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Odell Beckham Jr. under center?

It could happen! That is, if the Giants ever suffered a spate of mid-game injuries. OBJ's ability to throw spirals with either hand might come in handy. Emergency QBs

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The buzz on Ivan Nova

The Yankees have reportedly let it be known that Nova is available this offseason. However, the right-hander won't be dealt for nothing. MLB rumors roundup

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Why the Yanks may pass on Heyward

If Jason Heyward were a free agent 10 years ago, he'd surely end up in pinstripes. However, these are different times for the Yankees, who may have their eyes set on future outfield free agents. Heyward's potential landing spots

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NFC East race far from over

The Giants got some breathing room during their bye week, but FPI still gives the Eagles a 33 percent chance at winning the division. The Redskins and Cowboys aren't out of it, either.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets CB Darrelle Revis (concussion) wasn't spotted at practice. C Nick Mangold (hand) and DE Sheldon Richardson (hamstring) were present, but it appears that neither will practice. Richardson did some light work in positional drills; Mangold did nothing during the media window.

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Jets' No. 3 QB: Jeremy Kerley?

If both active New York quarterbacks couldn't play, it would be either the wide receiver or running back Bilal Powell. Both have thrown passes in the NFL, but Kerley played the position in college. 32 emergency QBs

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Jets dropping the ball in playoff run

Gang Green's playoff odds have been cut down from 81.7 percent to 21.4 percent by the team's 1-4 stretch, per FPI. The Jets have yet to win a game this season without forcing multiple turnovers. Stock up, stock down

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Ian Begley ESPN Staff Writer 

Here's Amar'e Stoudemire on why his partnership with Carmelo Anthony didn't work out well: "I dont think that pick & roll offense between me & Melo was taken advantage of, which it could have. From him, the way he shoots the ball & handles the ball from the outside & the way I attack the rim it could have been a pretty good combination. I dont think the coaching staff at the time really bought into that."