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Bell: High hopes for Arian Foster

Stephania Bell: "I expect to see the Arian Foster that we remember from last year."


David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Curious to see new Panthers RDE Jared Allen and his 134 career sacks against Bucs rookie tackle Donovan Smith. Pressuring and confusing rookie QB Jameis Winston will be key for Carolina.

Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Picture-perfect day in Cincinnati for Bengals-Chiefs. According to Accuweather, it'll be 64 degrees at kickoff (actually feels a little warmer during pregame), and rise to 70 by the end of the game. Winds may get up to 10 mph.

Holtzman: Andre Johnson's value down

ESPN's Bob Holtzman says it might be time to cut Colts WR Andre Johnson as he's "no better than the No. 4 option on this team."


Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Jeremy Hill said earlier this week that regardless what his numbers look like, his focus remains on helping the Bengals win. His numbers may be down, but Cincy does enter today undefeated.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

With Jay Cutler active and starting, the Bears chance to win rises from 46% to 61%, according to ESPN's Football Power Index.

Yates: Karlos Williams a great value pick

ESPN's Field Yates says Bills RB Karlos Williams, who has TDs in each of the first three games, is a major bargain on DraftKings.


Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Andy Dalton's simple message before today's Bengals (3-0) vs. Chiefs (1-2) game: "4-0. Let's get it."

Mike Rodak ESPN Staff Writer 

Bills-Giants forecast from Accuweather: temperature at kickoff will be 57 degrees, with temperatures rising to lower 60s by end of game. Skies are mostly cloudy but the game will remain dry. Winds light at 10 mph or less.

James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

Dolphins QB Ryan Tannehill is getting beat up for the second straight game. He is taking a pounding with little pass protection.

Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

The roof is open at Lucas Oil Stadium for the Colts-Jags game. Temperature will be 66 at kickoff and the high is expected to reach 70.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

AccuWeather forecast calls for temperatures to be in the middle 50s in Chicago for when the Bears host the Oakland Raiders. There is a slight chance of light rain. The wind will be at the players' backs when driving toward the south end zone.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

It is sunny at the moment at Tampa Bay's Raymond James Stadium, but according to AccuWeather there is a chance of thunderstorms by the 1 p.m kickoff between the Bucs and Panthers. There already have been a couple of showers. Typical Florida.

Top Week 4 waiver-wire picks

ESPN's Matthew Berry and Tim Hasselbeck say Seahawks RB Thomas Rawls is the handcuff to Marshawn Lynch, Cowboys RB Lance Dunbar catches lots of passes and Raiders QB Derek Carr has a great matchup this week.


Ian O'Connor @Ian_OConnor

I love how Philbin keeps waving at his offense to rush off the field. Like all of England, he can't stand to watch it either.

Week 4 inactives report


  • IND QB Andrew Luck
  • CHI WR Alshon Jeffery
  • HOU RB Arian Foster
  • PHI RB DeMarco Murray
  • CHI QB Jay Cutler
More inactives

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James Walker ESPN Staff Writer 

The Dolphins now have three penalties from the Jets on deep passing plays. That's been their best offensive play.

Vaughn McClure ESPN Staff Writer 

Falcons coach Dan Quinn spent about 10 minutes interacting with the fans a little bit ago before disappearing to the tunnel. This guy is winning a lot of support here.

Dan Le Batard Show @LeBatardShow

Dolphins have no turnovers. Jets have a football field in penalty yardage. You know how bad you have to be to be losing this way by 20?

Week 4 inactives fantasy impact

Matthew Berry doesn't trust DeMarco Murray or any Eagles RBs this week, but thinks Arian Foster could be a top-10 fantasy RB now that he's making his 2015 debut.


Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Chicago Bears' inactives in Week 4: David Fales, Pat O'Donnell, Alshon Jeffery, Ka'Deem Carey, Hroniss Grasu, Jermon Bushrod and Jeremiah Ratliff.

Tania Ganguli ESPN Staff Writer 

As warmups wind down, JJ Watt writes something on a football and runs over to the sideline to hand it to his mom with a big hug. Her birthday was this week. She's wearing a shirt that says 99 and "Proud Mom" on the back.

DeMarco Murray active for Eagles

After missing last week's game with a hamstring injury, Eagles RB DeMarco Murray is active for today's game against Washington. Murray has rushed for just 11 yards on 21 carries this season.


Jay Cutler active for Bears; Jeffery out

The Bears QB missed last week's game with a hamstring injury that knocked him out of Week 2. However, he won't have top WR Alshon Jeffery, who is inactive for the third straight week with a hamstring injury.


Mike Wells ESPN Staff Writer 

Colts Inactives: QB Andrew Luck, CB Greg Toler, RB Tyler Varga, DL T.Y. McGill, OL Denzelle Good, OL Todd Herremans, TE Dwayne Allen