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Sunday NFL preview: Who to start, sit in fantasy football

NFL Nation previews what to watch for around the league Sunday, including whether wide receivers T.Y. Hilton, Nelson Agholor and Allen Robinson will be studs or duds in Week 4.

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Week 4 fantasy football cheat sheet

With the New England Patriots on a bye this week, you made need some replacements for Brady and Gronk. We've got answers for that and more in our Week 4 Insider cheat sheet.

Gruden: Lions 'in for a real difficult night' in Seattle on MNF (1:31)
Jets have playmakers to defeat slumping Dolphins (1:16)
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Insider Trading: Week 4 fantasy advice

NFL Nation reporters explain why you should start Bengals quarterback Andy Dalton and Panthers tight end Greg Olsen in fantasy football this weekend, and pick a few under-the-radar players to keep an eye on.

Mike Daniels: Green Bay is more motivated this year (1:48)
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Cardinals' Carson Palmer can blow dry hair, too

Carson Palmer, who has led Arizona to a 3-0 start, took to Instagram to put one of his other talents on display -- blow drying his daughter's hair.

Scandrick: Cowboys defense will be fine (0:55)
Bart Scott questions Brady's toughness (0:58)


Arian Foster expected to make first start

The Texans RB is likely to make his 2015 debut against the Falcons, a source told Adam Schefter on Sunday. Foster, who is listed as questionable on the injury report, has not yet played this season since tearing his groin on Aug. 3 during the Texans' first fully padded practice of training camp.

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Gloomy day in Chicago for Bears vs. Raiders. Jay Cutler took the majority of practice reps this week and will test out his hamstring one final time in pregame warmups.

Jets vs. Dolphins in London

England gets a taste of the AFC East this morning as New York (2-1) takes on Miami (1-2) at Wembley Stadium. Ryan Fitzpatrick (706 passing yds, 6 TDs) has led New York to a strong start to the season. Follow live


Ma's Week 4 picks: Washington, St. Louis

ESPN predictive analytics expert Jeff Ma says Philadelphia isn't all the way back even after last week's win and that while Arizona is 3-0, it hasn't played the toughest opponents.


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Once again, Colts leaning on Draft Class of 1998. First QB drafted that year, Peyton Manning. Second to last that year, Matthew Hasselbeck.

Andrew Luck out today

The Colts QB won't play against the Jaguars, a team source told ESPN's Chris Mortensen. Luck's status was in doubt all week due to a shoulder injury. He threw seven interceptions in his first three games.


Schefter's early Sunday roster notes

  • Eagles RB DeMarco Murray is expected to play today, per league source.
  • Packers WR Davante Adamse will not play today vs. San Francisco, per league sources.
  • Bears WR Alshon Jeffery will not play, per source. However, Bears optimistic Jay Cutler will play; will test hamstring pregame.

London fans emerge from underground

Spectators get out from Wembley Park underground station as they arrive for the New York Jets-Miami Dolphins game at Wembley this morning. Kickoff is at 9:30 a.m. ET.


Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets' inactives: WR Chris Owusu, G Willie Colon, G Jarvis Harrison, LB Jamari Lattimore, CB Darrin Walls, TE Jeff Cumberland, T Ben Ijalana. WR Eric Decker is active. He practiced well yesterday and he's good to go. Three QBs are active once again.

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

There were no surprises on the Dolphins' inactive list. Backup left tackle Jason Fox will start in place of Branden Albert (hamstring) for the second straight week. Miami tight end Jordan Cameron, who was listed questionable this week, will play Sunday against the Jets.

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

The Dolphins have fallen behind 27-0, 17-6 and 10-0 in their first three games this season. I'm very curious to see how Miami shows up early today against the Jets.

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

The Dolphins and Jets are up first at 9:30am ET in what is a HUGE game for Miami head coach Joe Philbin (pictured) and his staff. Philbin said this week he believes his group can come up with solutions to the Dolphins' various issues. This is a big swing game for Miami (1-2). A third loss in a row early could spell big trouble heading into their bye week. But a win would lead to business as usual and the Dolphins would be back to .500.

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Jets WR Eric Decker, questionable with a knee injury, is on the field early, working with the training staff. Barring a setback in the pre-game, he's expected to play, I'm told.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The first look at London's Wembley Stadium, where the Jets and Dolphins play at 9:30 ET.

Why Cam Newton is a legit MVP candidate

Even with a limited receiving corps and a struggling offensive line, Newton has the Panthers 3-0. He's accomplished more with less than any other QB, writes Jason Reid. Story

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Brees starting vs. Cowboys

Saints QB Drew Brees told ESPN's Ed Werder he believes his passing shoulder is healthy and he is not puting his health at risk by starting in tomorrow night's game. He injured two muscles in his right rotator cuff and another in his shoulder in the Tampa Bay game on Sept. 20.

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