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Week 4 fantasy football ranks: Doubting Andre Johnson

With the Colts' struggles, Andrew Luck's injury that's forced him out vs. the Jags and Andre Johnson's utter lack of production so far this season, you should avoid the WR in Week 4. Tune in to Fantasy Football Now on ESPN2/WatchESPN and Sunday NFL Countdown on ESPN/WatchESPN for all the latest news and advice.

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Texans RB Foster active for first time in 2015

Houston Texans running back Arian Foster is on the active roster and is expected to play against the Atlanta Falcons, marking his first game action since tearing his groin Aug. 3.

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7mAdam Rubin

Mets set NLDS rotation, to start with deGrom

The New York Mets have set their rotation for the division series against the Los Angeles Dodgers and will give the ball to Jacob deGrom in Game 1 on Friday.

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LIVE: Premier League Boot Room chat

Arsenal, a squad that doesn't typically play well against Man United, is off to a hot start, scoring three goals already in the first half. Join the Boot Room to chat about this match and Swansea City-Tottenham Hotspur.

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Schlabach: Forget what you thought you knew

Yes, TCU posted an impressive rout, as did Baylor. But the Big 12 is more than just a two-team race. And that's not the only narrative that was rewritten on a wild Saturday in college football.

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Low: Clemson makes its case for playoff consideration

With its victory over No. 6 Notre Dame, Clemson proved it can hang with the nation's best. And with other top 10 teams going down Saturday, the Tigers are sure to find themselves with a more prominent national profile.

Dabo Swinney: Tonight was B.Y.O.G. 'Bring your own guts' (1:43)
Serviceman surprises family in Gainesville (1:33)
Thomas: 'I can't own up to things I didn't do' (2:22)
Arizona State gets road upset over UCLA (1:19)
Ducks WR throws reverse pass for TD (0:39)
4hDave McMenamin

LeBron, in photo with Thompson: 'Get it done'

LeBron James posed for a photograph with Cavaliers teammate Tristan Thompson at a wedding on Saturday night, posting the photo on Instagram and apparently urging the completion of a deal.

9hBrett Okamoto

Cormier decisions Gustafsson to keep UFC title

Daniel Cormier successfully defended the light heavyweight championship for the first time at UFC 192 on Saturday, defeating Alexander Gustafsson via split decision in a gutsy performance.

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12hJean-Jacques Taylor

Taylor: Angels keep Rangers' hopes of clinching on ice

On the cusp of clinching the AL West, the Rangers blew a four-run lead in the ninth inning against an Angels team that couldn't afford to lose if it's going to stay in the AL wild-card race.

Highlights: Portland 0-1 Sporting KC (1:33)
Willian's sublime free-kick (0:50)
Aguero scores five (0:57)
Keep your eyes on the ball (0:46)
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20hChantel Jennings

Oregon football players stuck in elevator

Several Oregon football players were stuck in an elevator before their game -- and WR Devon Allen was there to live-tweet the whole thing.

Baylor crushes Texas Tech in offensive matchup (1:21)
Stanford steamrolls Arizona (1:03)


Sox retain Farrell, Lovullo

The Red Sox announced John Farrell will be back as manager and Torey Lovullo bench coach for 2016. Lovullo signed a two-year extension as bench coach in which he waived the right to pursue a managing job this offseason. Lovullo's agreement protects the Sox in the event Farrell's health remains an issue. (via Gordon Edes)


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
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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.

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.


Arsenal has big halftime lead on Man Utd

Alexis Sanchez scored twice and Mesut Ozil added a goal within the first 20 minutes of the match, as the Gunners own a 3-0 lead at the half. Follow live


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.


Ian O'Connor @Ian_OConnor

Dispiriting losses for Miami & Jets last week, brutal travel, & 1 coach had his team ready to play. His name isn't Joe Philbin.

Watch: Fantasy Football Now on ESPN2

While the Jets and Dolphins are already playing in London as well as with Andrew Luck out, you still need help setting the rest of your fantasy lineup, and the Fantasy Football Now crew is here with the latest injury news, rankings updates and strategy tips to get you through Week 4. Live on ESPN2, WatchESPN


Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Bears announce that quarterback Jay Cutler is active and will start versus the Oakland Raiders.

Sanchez's absolute screamer makes it 3-0

Alexis Sanchez's second first half goal was a superb one -- and it gave Arsenal a 3-0 lead over Manchester United less than 20 minutes into the match.


Ozil stuns Man United

Mesut Ozil left Manchester United stunned when he followed up Alexis Sanchez's goal with one of his own to put Arsenal ahead 2-0 in the 7th minute. It's now 3-0.


Hasselbeck back in a starting role

Matt Hasselbeck will start at QB for the Colts with Andrew Luck out. At age 40, he is the oldest QB to start since 41-year-old Brett Favre in 2010. Hasselbeck's last start was in Week 9 of 2012 while with the Titans.

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Bell: Hasselbeck a fine Luck replacement

ESPN's Stephania Bell isn't afraid to go with 40-year-old Matt Hasselbeck to replace Andrew Luck on her fantasy roster: "He's been there. He's established. He knows how to react to many situations and he as a great supporting cast around him."