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Eagles are in disarray after loss; can Chip Kelly fix issues?

Philadelphia fell to 1-3 with a grim performance vs. Washington and now faces two-must win games in order to get its season back on track.

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Game balls: Who starred in Week 4

Running back Chris Ivory, who rushed for 166 yards and a touchdown in the Jets' win over the Dolphins in London, is one of Sunday's top performers.

Loss leaves Eagles' with big question marks (2:43)
Gruden: Lions 'in for a real difficult night' in Seattle on MNF (1:31)
Mike Daniels: Green Bay is more motivated this year (1:48)
Scandrick: Cowboys defense will be fine (0:55)


No-Luck Colts beat Jaguars

Thanks to a pair of late missed field goals by the Jaguars, the Colts -- who were playing without Andrew Luck for the first time in his career -- escaped with a 16-13 win.


'The ball was a greased pig'

Panthers QB Cam Newton reacts to TE Ed Dickson's crazy touchdown play and explains how they were able to defeat the Buccaneers 37-23 in the rain.


Tania Ganguli ESPN Staff Writer 

Derek Newton said he got turned around on Arian Foster's fumble. "I was getting ready to turn back around," Newton said. "He was right there and I hit him somehow. Turned into a real bad play."

Vaughn McClure ESPN Staff Writer 

Julio Jones (four catches, 38 yards, six targets) on missing 100 yards receiving for the fourth consecutive game: "I don't care about yards. I don't care about touchdowns. All I care about is my team winning, and we got that done today."

Redskins outlast Eagles on Garcon's late TD

Kirk Cousins found Pierre Garcon with 26 seconds left for the game-winning TD to lift the Redskins by the Eagles 23-20.


Minus Luck, Colts top Jaguars in OT

Adam Vinatieri kicked the game-winning FG in overtime for the Colts' 16-13 victory over the Jaguars. The Colts played without injured QB Andrew Luck and were helped by two missed Jacksonville FGs.


Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

So this is what many talked about at Levi's Stadium after halftime...fans showing up as red seats in the sun.

Cutler returns as Bears earn first win

Jay Cutler throws for 281 yards and two TDs, and Robbie Gould hit the game-winning field goal as time expired in the Bears' 22-20 victory over the Raiders.


D. Murray: Not getting enough touches

Eagles RB DeMarco Murray has 29 carries for 47 yards after four games, and the 2014 rushing champ isn't satisfied with his involvement in the offense to this point. When asked if he's getting enough touches, Murray said, "No, I'm not, I don't think I am."


Jeff Legwold ESPN Staff Writer 

BRONCOS 13, VIKINGS 10 (Halftime) : Broncos led 13-0 with 5:57 left in first half before an Aqib Talib penalty kept a Vikings drive going that eventually led to a field goal followed by a Peyton Manning interception on the Broncos next possession. The Vikings scored a touchdown three plays later with 12 seconds left in half .

Fox wants to build off win vs. Raiders

Bears coach John Fox dismisses talk that this season is one for rebuilding, and Raiders coach Jack Del Rio says that no game is going be easy in the wake of Chicago's 22-20 win over Oakland.



Through halftime of the late afternoon games, there have been 13 missed field goals and 4 missed extra points... ...this week.

KC Joyner @KCJoynerTFS

Mike Wallace and Ronnie Hillman both score TDs in 1st half. Their fantasy owners are happy to see it.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

PACKERS 7, 49ERS 3 (Halftime): After a dominating opening drive, the Packers never scored again and missed a 44-yard field in the final play of the second quarter. The 49ers will receive to start the second half.

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

PACKERS 7, 49ERS 3 (Halftime): The Niners have this effect on Green Bay and the Packers look rattled, especially on offense. You can almost feel the confidence of the Niners rising with every snap. After all, the 49ers trailed by scores of 29-3 and 31-7 at halftime the past two weeks.

Nick Wagoner ESPN Staff Writer 

RAMS 10, CARDINALS 9 (HALFTIME): Looking at the stats, the Rams have no business being in the lead but for one category that's always the great equalizer: turnovers. All 10 of the team's points came after its two takeaways. Unless they can keep getting them, they'll need the offense to actually produce and sustain drives if they are going to hang on to win.

Eric D. Williams ESPN Staff Writer 

CHARGERS 13, BROWNS 13: (Halftime): The Chargers entered the game with just one sack this year, but have sacked QB Josh McCown three times in the first half. Keenan Allen has San Diego's only TD, a 28-yard strike from Philip Rivers.

Dan Graziano ESPN Staff Writer 

Tom Coughlin told his players before Sunday's game that the Bills would beat themselves with penalties. They committed 17 for 135 yards.

Beckham's one-handed catch doesn't count

Odell Beckham Jr. made another crazy one-handed catch. However, this time it didn't count as he was out of bounds.


Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

CHARGERS 13, BROWNS 13 (HALFTIME): An evenly matched first half played out that way in the score. The Browns got a TD and seven catches from RB Duke Johnson, and Josh McCown threw for 212 yards as the Browns threw 26 passes and ran the ball just eight times.

Adam Teicher ESPN Staff Writer 

According to ESPN Stats and Info, Chiefs are the sixth team since 1970 to kick seven field goals in a game but the first to lose in doing it.

Kickers are a mixed bag in Week 4

Plenty to see from place kickers on Sunday, from botched extra points and crushing moments to game-winners. The good, the bad and the ugly

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Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Two remarkable stats from the Jets' 27-14 win over the Dolphins. With seven catches for 128 yards, Brandon Marshall became the first Jet since Al Toon (1988) to have three straight 100-yard receiving days. The defense held Miami to 0-for-12 on third down and 0-for-4 on fourth down.

Vinatieri adds to record book

Adam Vinatieri kicked three field goals, including the game-winner in OT to beat the Jags as well as overtake Mike Vanderjagt atop the Colts' all-time scoring list. He's also the first player to score 1,000 points with two teams.