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Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

A brutal offensive showing by the Eagles in the first half against the Saints. Zero points in the first quarter for the eighth time in 10 games. Finished with 109 total yards to the Saints' 321, and trail 24-7.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

As part of the Salute to Service weekend, some Lions players had decals on their helmets honoring fallen soldiers -- and Lions coach Matt Patricia wore a button honoring a soldier as well. "We're honoring some families of Michigan that have lost loved ones and it's part of the week," Patricia said. "Earlier in the week I mentioned of our guys doing a great job of paying respect and showing their support for those that have gone out and made the ultimate sacrifice, but those are out currently sacrificing everything they have to allow us to do what we do every single day, we're very blessed for that." Here's a list of the soldiers and the player who wore the decal honoring that soldier: SSG Eugene Alex (United States Army) Don Muhlbach PFC Mark Barbret (United States Army) Jarrad Davis SSgt Marcus Bawol (United States Marine Corps) Graham Glasgow 2LT Brandon Cavanaugh (Army National Guard) Matthew Stafford SrA Michael Hinkle II (United States Air Force) Glover Quin SGT Richard Jordan (United States Army) Devon Kennard Cpl Nicholas Manoukian (United States Marine Corps) Deshawn Shead CPO Heath Robinson (United States Navy) Matt Patricia Staff Sergeant George Torres (United States Marine Corps/United States Army, Retired) LeGarrette Blount

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

Saints rookie WR Tre'Quan Smith is finally getting heavily involved in the offense. He has six catches for 69 yards in the first half, including a 15-yard TD. His previous career high was three catches, and he wasn't targeted at all last week. The Saints are spreading the ball around, though, as they lead Philadelphia 24-7. Second-year WR Austin Carr also has his first career TD catch. Undrafted rookie WR Keith Kirkwood has three catches for 33 yards. And first-year TE Dan Arnold has two catches for 25 yards.

John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

With the Redskins needing another quarterback after Alex Smith's injury, there are a handful available. Among the quarterbacks who have worked out for Washington this season: Kyle Allen (currently on Carolina's practice squad), Paxton Lynch, Connor Jessup and Josh Woodrum. Other quarterbacks currently available: E.J. Manuel, Nathan Peterman, Sam Bradford, Kellen Clemens, T.J. Yates, Matt Moore and Colin Kaepernick.

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Through Week 4, the Steelers were 1-2-1 and the Jaguars were 3-1. Pittsburgh has won six straight, boosting its playoff odds steadily from 23% to 98%. Jacksonville has lost six straight, seeing its playoff odds plummet from 69% to 1%. (per ESPN Stats & Information)

Turron Davenport ESPN 

Adoree Jackson vs. T.Y. Hilton is the topic of discussion in this week'a "Nifty 50" after the Titans 38 - 10 loss to the Colts.


Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

Bucs quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick said he was proud of the way Jameis Winston played. "It's not easy to do. It's not easy to not have any preparation and working with the scout team and [being] thrown in there in the middle of the game."


Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Odell Beckham Jr. on his Warren Sapp TD celebration: "I heard Warren was talking bad about me or something. Somebody told me. I don't know what he said or anything like that, so I just had to give him a little love."

Paul Gutierrez ESPN Staff Writer 

Sloppy? Ugly? Fiery? Check, check and most definitely. The Raiders are tied with the Cardinals at 14-all at halftime in a game that will go a long way toward deciding which team gets the No. 1 draft pick. A positive for Oakland – all 14 of the Raiders' points have come off turnovers, and entering the game, they had scored 21 points off turnovers for the whole season, all vs. the Browns in Week 4. Fiery? Jon Gruden got after Derek Carr pretty good after Carr throw a deep ball out of bounds to Jalen Richard. And per the team's radio broadcast, the conversation got so heated on the sideline that tight end Lee Smith, a close friend of Carr, “grabbed” Gruden by the back of the neck to calm things down.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

The first half of Cardinals-Raiders was one of the uglier halves of the season and it ended tied at 14. Josh Rosen helped keep the Raiders in it with two picks and a muffed snap. The Raiders scored both their touchdowns off Cardinals' turnovers. However, Arizona showed life in the running game early behind David Johnson, who has 53 yards on 13 carries.

Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

The Lions got their first win in almost a month. Still, there has to be concern over one thing — the health of Kerryon Johnson


Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

The Saints have scored on all three of their possessions so far today for a 17-0 lead on the Eagles. And they have now scored on 14 straight possession, not including end-of-game situations. It looks like they're just toying with defenses at this point. Mark Ingram walked in for a 14-yard TD when the Eagles bit badly on a play fake to Alvin Kamara.

Todd Archer ESPN Staff Writer 

First place in the NFC East will be on the line when the Cowboys meet Washington on Thanksgiving. “I just think it's huge, Redskins on Thanksgiving,” executive vice president Stephen Jones said. “It doesn't get better than that. They'll be ready to play. They're a really good football team. We're going to have to give it our best shot again. We got to build on this and take it home and make some plays.”

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Eagles entered with just 21 first-quarter points, a league low. Goose-egged against Saints today.

Jeremy Fowler ESPN Staff Writer 

JuJu Smith-Schuster was "kind of the hero" of the game for his ability to win matchups outside, Ben Roethlisberger said. He also won with locker-room fashion.

Mike Triplett ESPN Staff Writer 

The Saints' defense has been picking up steam in recent weeks — and they have been dominant so far against the Eagles with two three-and-outs and a Marshon Lattimore interception in the first quarter. It was the first INT of the season for Lattimore.

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

Bucs wide receiver DeSean Jackson: "I feel like a lot of guys on this team fight, put their best foot forward. But we've just gotta have more guys out there, I guess, with heart...We can't keep being the team on the other side of the ball that's always losing."