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NFL Nation reporters detail the biggest storylines to come out of Week 3 -- and what they mean going forward -- for every team. Rays Jerseys China .?NFC East | NFC North | NFC South | NFC West AFC East | AFC North| AFC South | AFC WestNFC EASTDallas CowboysEzekiel Elliott was too quick to the hole in Week 1. He was a little slow to the hole in Week 2. In Week 3, the rookie running back found everything just right in earning the first 100-yard game of his career. It took Tony Dorsett four games for his first 100-yard game, and Emmitt Smith five. The only thing Elliott did not do was score a touchdown, but the Cowboys did run for three in the home win over the Bears. Its all encouraging for Week 4 at San Francisco, with the Cowboys looking to extend their winning streak to three games. -- Todd ArcherNext game: at San Francisco, Sunday, 4:25 p.m. ETNew York Giants?(2-1)Odell Beckham Jr. and Josh Norman turned into background noise. The Giants whiffed on a big opportunity Sunday against the Redskins. They self-imploded with 11 penalties, three turnovers and way too many missed tackles in a?home?loss that couldve buried Washington. A win wouldve given the Giants a much-needed cushion because it only gets harder with prime-time games in Minnesota and Green Bay up next. -- Jordan RaananNext game:?at Minnesota, Monday, 8:30 p.m. ETPhiladelphia Eagles?(3-0)The question heading into Sunday was: How will the Eagles look against a contender? That was answered with a throttling of the Super-Bowl hopeful Steelers. The question now is: What is this teams ceiling? Rookie quarterback Carson Wentz has thrown five touchdowns to no interceptions, the defense has yielded just 20 points in three games, and the Eagles head into the bye 3-0 and with expectations shooting through the roof. -- Tim McManusNext game: Bye in Week 4;?at Detroit, Sunday, Oct. 9, 1 p.m. ETWashington Redskins?(1-2)The Redskins have multiple injury issues to worry about after Sundays win over the Giants, starting with safety DeAngelo Hall, who will undergo tests Monday to determine if he indeed tore his ACL as he feared Sunday night. Corner Bashaud Breeland suffered a high ankle injury but will undergo an MRI on Monday. He was in a walking boot after the game. So, too, did guard Shawn Lauvao who also hurt his right ankle. Center Kory Lichtensteiger has a calf issue and more will be learned on him Monday. -- John KeimNext game:?vs. Cleveland, Sunday, 1 p.m. ETNFC NORTHChicago BearsThe Bears 0-3 start raises serious questions about the rebuilding plan initiated by general manager Ryan Pace and coach John Fox. The team is regressing. Instead of raising expectations for next year by winning eight or nine games, as many expected, the Bears are setting up 2017 to be a make-or-break year for the entire organization. The Bears have missed the playoffs eight of nine years (soon to be nine of 10), leaving many to wonder how much time Fox will have if he fails to turn it around quickly. This is the first time Chicago has had back-to-back winless Septembers since Dave Wannstedt coached the team in 1997-98. -- Jeff DickersonNext game: vs. Detroit, Sunday, 1 p.m. ETDetroit Lions?(1-2)The Lions might?have found a true No. 1 receiver in Marvin Jones, but that wont matter if there isnt improvement on defense. Detroit struggled all over against the Packers, from a lack of pass rush to covering the middle of the field and its?continual bugaboo of defending tight ends. Detroit needs to figure this out in a hurry -- and potentially without defenders?DeAndre Levy or Ezekiel Ansah -- since another road divisional game at Chicago beckons Sunday. If holes like this remain, it could be a long season for the Lions. -- Michael RothsteinNext game:?at Chicago, Sunday 1 p.m. ETGreen Bay Packers?(2-1)Look whos back to playing like a two-time NFL MVP. Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers had a first half for the ages in Sundays win over the Lions. Four touchdown passes later, and no one was asking whats wrong with him and his offense. The only problem now is that itll be another two weeks before the Packers?can show theyre?for real. Their Week 4 bye comes before their next game on Oct. 9 against the Giants. -- Rob DemovskyNext game:?Bye in Week 4; vs. Giants, Sunday, Oct. 9, 8:30?p.m. ETMinnesota Vikings?(3-0)The Vikings are one of two remaining unbeaten teams in the NFC, and coach Mike Zimmer might not have long to play the no-respect card he sought to use on Sunday. No one else believes, but our team believes, after the Vikings ended Carolinas 14-game home winning streak. The Vikings have won six straight regular-season games, but the loss of quarterback Teddy Bridgewater and running back Adrian Peterson afforded Zimmer the opportunity to paint the Vikings as underdogs a little longer. If they keep winning in spite of their injuries, theyll have a much larger spotlight in the near future, starting next Monday night at home against the Giants. -- Ben GoesslingNext game:?vs. New York Giants, Sunday, 8:30 p.m. ETNFC SOUTHAtlanta Falcons?(1-1)Wide receiver Julio Jones health is the big topic for the Falcons, of course. He is set to play against the Saints on Monday night despite recovering from a calf injury. Jones looked to have his explosiveness back in practice. But in the big picture, the Falcons need Jones healthy for the offense to operate at its best. The Falcons might just have a shot to contend in the NFC South with the way Carolina looks now, but they need their superstar Jones to perform. -- Vaughn McClureNext game:?at New Orleans, Monday, 8:30 p.m. ETCarolina Panthers?(1-2)Penalties and turnovers are killing the Panthers. With 10 penalties for 65 yards against Minnesota, the Panthers have committed 26 for 215 yards in three games. One of those cost Carolina a 56-yard touchdown catch by Fozzy Whittaker that could have made it 17-2 early in the second quarter against the Vikings. Those kind of mistakes kept the 49ers close last week into the fourth quarter and allowed Minnesota to win.The Panthers also had three interceptions on Sunday, giving quarterback?Cam Newton five in three games. He had only two in the first three games a year ago. The Panthers have lost three fumbles this season as compared to none this time a year ago. They are the kind of mistakes that could keep an inferior team like the Falcons, this weeks opponent, within striking distance. -- David NewtonNext game:?at Atlanta, Sunday, 1 p.m. ETNew Orleans Saints?(0-2)So what if its still September -- this is a must-win game for the 0-2 Saints, at home on Monday Night Football against the rival Falcons. New Orleans swept Atlanta last season, but the degree of difficulty has gone up since then because of several key injuries. The Saints are arguably without two of their four most vital players: left tackle Terron Armstead and cornerback Delvin Breaux. Theyll need second-year pro Andrus Peat to step up big, whether he lines up at left tackle or left guard. -- Mike TriplettNext game:?vs. Atlanta, Monday, 8:30 p.m. ETTampa Bay Buccaneers?(1-2)The Bucs-Rams game ended on second-and-10, when Bucs coach Dirk Koetter should have called timeout after Charles Sims catch with 49 seconds remaining. The Bucs have a designated coach upstairs responsible for assisting Koetter with clock management while he calls plays -- Andrew Weidinger -- and its clear that he and Koetter dropped the ball. Koetter stated previously that clock management is not his strength. With the Broncos and Panthers on deck, they cannot afford to have these types of mistakes, but judging by Sundays performance, they may not have to worry about those being close. -- Jenna LaineNext game:?vs. Denver, Sunday, 4:05 p.m. ETNFC WESTArizona Cardinals?(1-2)The Cardinals two losses have come against AFC teams, keeping their playoff hopes relatively intact. Their first division game awaits Sunday against Los Angeles, and Arizona knows it has to correct any and all of its offensive issues in time for that game because the last thing it?can afford is to start the division schedule with a loss. The Cardinals will spend the week focusing on how to get off to a fast start -- which was also the priority last week -- and how to correct the issues that have prevented them from doing that this season. -- Josh WeinfussNext game:?vs. Los Angeles, Sunday, 4:25 p.m. ETLos Angeles Rams?(2-1)The Rams are somehow 2-1, for the first time since 2006, and in first place in the NFC West. Few saw that coming, especially after a blowout loss to begin their season against the 49ers. Their defensive line has been largely responsible, but their offense has taken steps forward. And Todd Gurley, who rushed for 85 yards and two touchdowns in a win against the Buccaneers on Sunday, may finally be getting going. -- Alden GonzalezNext game:?at Arizona, Sunday, 4:25 p.m. ETSan Francisco 49ers?(1-2)Not much went well for the 49ers in Sundays loss to Seattle, and there will be plenty of blame to spread moving forward. As is often the case after losses, much of that attention will turn to quarterback where Blaine Gabbert again struggled with a passer rating of 51.9. Coach Chip Kelly said he did not consider going to Colin Kaepernick in Sundays game, but those thoughts will continue to come up unless Gabbert can turn things around. Kaepernick said he feels like hes physically back to where he can play at a high level, but with a game against Dallas this week followed by a short week before playing Arizona, Kelly has a lot to consider before he could make such a change. -- Nick WagonerNext game:?vs. Dallas, Sunday, 4:25 p.m. ETSeattle Seahawks?(2-1)The Seahawks will await word on the severity of Russell Wilsons sprained left knee. The quarterback suffered the injury in the third quarter of the teams win against the 49ers. He missed one snap but then returned to finish the drive. With the team up 27-3, Pete Carroll decided to pull Wilson for the remainder of the game, and he stood on the sideline with his knee wrapped in ice. Both Wilson and Carroll said after the game that the quarterback could have played had the score been closer. Wilson confirmed that hell have an MRI to determine the severity of the injury but said hell be good to go against the Jets next week. And Carroll said Wilson will most likely be fine. The quarterback has never missed a start, but he has suffered a right high ankle sprain and a left knee sprain through the first three weeks of the season. -- Sheil KapadiaNext game:?at New York Jets, Sunday, 1 p.m. ETAFC EASTBuffalo Bills?(1-2)The Bills, their backs against the wall after an 0-2 start, gave themselves some breathing room with an unexpected win over the Cardinals. Theyll travel to New England next, and the big question will be who plays quarterback for the Patriots. Coach Rex Ryan offered up several possibilities Sunday: Julian Edelman, Steve Grogan and Bill Belichick. In the less-than-likely case of Belichick playing quarterback, Ryan said, Were coming after him, I promise you that. -- Mike RodakNext game:?at New England, Sunday, 1 p.m. ETMiami Dolphins?(1-2)The Dolphins got their first win of the Adam Gase era with an overtime victory against the Browns. Major questions remain, however, as the schedule gets more difficult, beginning with Thursdays road game against the Bengals. Miami allowed 169 rushing yards and 5.3 yards per carry against winless Cleveland, and the Dolphins are allowing an alarming 147.3 rushing yards per game this season. Thats a recipe for a lot of losses if the run defense isnt addressed quickly. -- James WalkerNext game:?at Cincinnati, Thursday, 8:25 p.m. ETNew England Patriots?(3-0)After one of the most impressive regular-season victories in Bill Belichicks 17-year Patriots tenure -- a 27-0 blanking of the Texans on Thursday night -- the main question is on the availability of quarterbacks?Jimmy Garoppolo (sprained AC joint in right throwing shoulder) and Jacoby Brissett (sprained right thumb). The Patriots havent signed a free-agent QB and are hoping either Garoppolo or Brissett will be available. But its too early to tell right now. -- Mike ReissNext game:?vs. Buffalo, Sunday, 1 p.m. ETNew York Jets?(1-2)After an embarrassing, eight-turnover performance against the Chiefs, the Jets have to regroup on offense and solve their biggest problem -- lack of execution in the red zone. A year ago, they led the NFL in red zone efficiency. Now theyre only 5-for-14, relying too heavily on the pass. They need more balance. -- Rich CiminiNext game:?vs. Seattle, Sunday, 1 p.m. ETAFC NORTHBaltimore Ravens?(3-0)The Ravens are?undefeated and in first place in the AFC North, but they know there is plenty of room for improvement.?Quarterback?Joe Flacco is too streaky. The running game is struggling. The special teams allowed a big return and muffed a punt. The Ravens wins have come against three teams that?are a combined 1-8. Youre not going to be able to get away with this when youre playing really, really good teams in January, Flacco said. Baltimore gets a bigger test Sunday, when the Ravens play host to the Raiders. -- Jamison HensleyNext game:?vs. Oakland, Sunday, 1 p.m. ETCincinnati Bengals?(1-2)The Bengals might be under .500 for the first time in several years, but theyre not panicking, for two reasons: Vontaze Burfict and Tyler Eifert. Cincinnati is about to get back two of its best players (Burfict from suspension, Eifert from injury), and the Bengals also feel that they were just a few plays away from beating the Steelers and the Broncos. Theyll have to shake off the loss to the Broncos quickly when the struggling Dolphins come to town Thursday. -- Katherine TerrellNext game:?vs. Miami, Thursday, 8:25 p.m. ETCleveland Browns?(0-3)For the first time this season, the Browns can plan to start the same quarterback two games in a row. Cody Kessler threw for 244 yards in an overtime loss to Miami and seemed healthy after the game. And when the Browns play in Washington, they will have the added threat of Terrelle Pryor running the read-option. So there were positives even after?a tough loss. -- Pat McManamonNext game:?at Washington, Sunday, 1 p.m. ETPittsburgh Steelers?(2-1)The good news: The Steelers get LeVeon Bell back for Week 4 against the Chiefs. The bad news: The Steelers need better overall receiver play and more from a defense that is so fired up about giving up 34 points to the Eagles that players in the postgame locker room were heard discussing watching film as a defense instead of by position group. This is dig-deep time for a team that got trounced in Philly. The Steelers stand united heading into the Kansas City matchup. You have to be professional, center Maurkice Pouncey said. Well get to work tomorrow and acknowledge all of the things we did wrong. -- Jeremy FowlerNext game:?vs. Kansas City, Sunday, 8:30 p.m. ETAFC SOUTHHouston Texans?(2-1)In Thursdays shutout loss to the Patriots, quarterback Brock Osweiler struggled in his first road game for the Texans. He never got into a rhythm, and he didnt get much help from the rest of the offense. Though Osweiler did not have a good game, coach Bill OBrien said he is not concerned going forward and that it was not all on the QB. I thought that he hung in there pretty well, OBrien said. I think its the rhythm of the offense, everybody doing their job, the protection, the running game, the route running, catching the football. Osweiler will attempt to get back on track at home on Sunday against the Titans. -- Sarah BarshopNext game:?vs. Tennessee, Sunday, 1 p.m. ETIndianapolis Colts?(1-2)You never thought the Colts would root for the Patriots. But that was the case because by New England beating Houston and the Colts beating San Diego on Sunday, Indianapolis (1-2) is now only a game behind the Texans (2-1) in the AFC South. The Colts, who face the winless Jaguars (0-3) in London in Week 3, knew an 0-3 start would have made it tough on them. Doomsday, soon thereafter, coach Chuck Pagano said. It isnt but it is. This team needed this. Weve been through, we faced adversity today and found a way to win. We didnt do that in Weeks 1 and 2. -- Mike WellsNext game:?vs. Jacksonville (in London), Sunday, 9:30 a.m. ETJacksonville Jaguars?(0-3)The Jaguars had chances in the fourth quarter to seal a victory over the Ravens, but the offense could gain only three yards on three drives after getting the ball inside the Baltimore 40-yard line. They also threw an interception, took a sack, kicked a field goal and had a field goal blocked. The offense is, as quarterback Blake Bortles put it, underachieving tremendously and it starts with him. He has thrown six interceptions and accounted for seven turnovers in three games. The Jaguars hope he can get well against Indianapolis beat-up defense in London on Sunday. -- Mike DiRoccoNext game:?vs. Jacksonville (in London), Sunday, 9:30 a.m. ETTennessee Titans?(1-2)A potential game-tying touchdown?drive went up in smoke thanks to two penalty calls: an unnecessary roughness call against left tackle Taylor Lewan,?and an offensive pass interference flag against Andre Johnson. But the Titans might not need last-minute heroics if the offense could do better earlier. An imprecise Marcus Mariota didnt get enough help, but he finished the game with two interceptions and a lost fumble. Losing the turnover battle 3-1 makes a one-touchdown loss against the leagues top-rated offense almost impressive. The Titans have to get Mariota right, and fast. -- Paul KuharskyNext game:?at Houston, Sunday, 1 p.m. ETAFC WESTDenver Broncos?(3-0)Over the first two weeks of the season, the Broncos had shown people they could run the ball with some effectiveness against some tough fronts. And they had certainly showed they could play some elite defense. But they showed Sunday the one thing that should make opponents fret a little more in the weeks to come. They showed they can throw the ball and win on the road with quarterback?Trevor Siemian making plays to win a game. Siemian threw for 312 yards in his first road start -- in Cincinnati -- and if the Broncos have a power-armed quarterback making plays down the field, they have a well-balanced look across the board and will force opponents into some tough choices. -- Jeff LegwoldNext game:?at Tampa Bay, Sunday, 4:05 p.m. ETKansas City Chiefs?(2-1)The Chiefs had six interceptions from five different players on Sunday, but theres no doubt where it all started. It started where it always starts with the Chiefs on defense, with cornerback Marcus Peters. Peters had two interceptions, including the first one of the game, to get the pick party started. The Chiefs always rely on his ability to make plays on the ball, and the second-year defender is one of the most important players on the team. ?-- Adam TeicherNext game:?at Pittsburgh, Sunday, 8:30 p.m. ETOakland Raiders?(2-1)After giving up more than 1,000 yards in total offense the first two weeks of the season, might the Raiders defense surviving a red-zone stand in the final minute to hold on for the 17-10 victory serve as a much-needed springboard? If you want to put it like that, said cornerback Sean Smith, who had his first interception as a Raider. I dont necessarily like how the game ended; we got the victory but we still allowed some big chunks. They shouldnt have got down the field that fast by any means. So we still have some things to clean up. Especially heading cross-country for a game at the undefeated Ravens next week. -- Paul GutierrezNext game:?at Baltimore, Sunday, 1 p.m. ETSan Diego Chargers?(1-2)Its an issue thats really stymied the Chargers during the Mike McCoy era. San Diego is now 3-11 dating back to last season in games decided by eight points or less, including Sundays 26-22 loss on the road against the Colts. Quarterback Philip Rivers offered a simple solution to the teams struggles in late-game situations - win a game. We havent won one like this, Rivers said. One just doesnt jump out. So we have to win one like this, and then it will become where we expect to. -- Eric D. WilliamsNext game:?vs. New Orleans, Sunday, 4:25 p.m. ET Wholesale Rays Jerseys . Manuel was offered a position the day he was fired. He accepted earlier this week and the team made the announcement Friday. Tampa Bay Rays Gear . - Goaltender Philippe Desrosiers of the Rimouski Oceanic has broken a shutout record that was only three months old in the Quebec Major Junior Hockey League. https://www.cheapraysonline.com/ . He said Tuesday thats a big reason why he is now the new coach of the Tennessee Titans. Whisenhunt said he hit it off quickly with Ruston Webster when interviewing for the job Friday night. SILVERSTONE, Great Britain -- Red Bull has become the latest team to test the Halo cockpit protection device after fitting it to its car on the opening morning of this weeks in-season F1 test at Silverstone.GP2 driver and Red Bull junior Pierre Gasly took to the track with Halo attached to the car before it was removed for his second run of the day. The latest version of the Halo was also tested on Sebastian Vettels Ferrari during first practice for the British Grand Prix, with the four-time champion reporting visibilty concerns during his single installation lap.The in-season test also sees Manor driver Pascal Wehrlein take to the track in a two-year-old Mercedes to conduct tyre testing for Pirelli this week. He will run 2016-size tyres with 2017 construction materials and compounds in order tto give Pirelli some initial feedback ahead of further tests in August with wider, full-sized 2017 tyres. Cheap Rays Jerseys. Race regulars Fernando Alonso (McLaren), Carlos Sainz (Toro Rosso) and Rio Haryanto (Manor) are all testing for their respective teams on Tuesday, while Santino Ferrucci at Haas and Nikita Mazepin at Force India are making their F1 debuts.Elsewhere there are more young drivers in action, with GP2s Alex Lynn in the Williams, Renault reserve and DTM driver Esteban Ocon in the Mercedes, another Renault reserve driver Sergey Sirotkin in the Renault and GP3 driver Charles Leclerc in the Ferrari after making his F1 debut with Haas during FP1 at Silverstone. ' ' ' 

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