This season keeps reinforcing that running backs are bad investments. Our Chris Towers looks at his most intriguing issues in his latest look around the Fantasy landscape.
All eyes are on the three unbeatens, especially the Patriots as Bill Belichick, Tom Brady and the 8-0 Pats head to New York to face the one team that's had their number in recent years. Could the Titans trip up the Panthers? Or the Texans ambush the Bengals?
Johnson went down to visit his alma mater for the weekend, but an employee of the stadium couldn't identify him.
Tyler Eifert caught three touchdown passes from Andy Dalton and the Cincinnati defense clamped down on the Browns offense as the game went along.
Johnny Manziel ended his first half against the Bengals with a perfect touchdown strike.
Bill Cowher believes the Bengals are the "most balanced" team in the NFL, while the Broncos are like the "2000 Baltimore Ravens."
The Raiders and 49ers have suddenly switched places. That's great news for long-suffering Raiders fans and bad news for Niners fans wondering why Jim Harbaugh was forced out.
Perhaps the Browns should heed the advice Jerry Seinfeld once gave George Costanza and do the opposite.
The Patriots and Panthers both face considerable tests to remain unbeaten in Week 7 while another London game could lead to another coach sacking.
While the Eagles have won five of their last seven matchups against the Giants, these teams are evenly matched and better than their records suggest. Here are five key stats that could prove to be the difference in Monday night's NFC East showdown.

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