Eighteen seconds mysteriously vanished before the Steelers' game-winning drive Monday, but the clock operator is apparently of no concern to coach Mike Tomlin.
Dead money accounts for more than 20 percent of the Saints' salary cap, meaning more than one-fifth of the organization's cap resources are assigned to players no longer on their roster. Which other teams are 2015's biggest offenders?
The water boy for the Charger cheerleaders seems to have the most popular job in San Diego.
Chris Towers looks for the hottest takes around the league, and either cools them off or adds fuel to the fire.
Michael Vick threw a 72-yard touchdown. After the game he gave all the credit to Ben Roethlisberger.
On Monday night, the clock operator let 18 seconds burn off the clock. On Tuesday, the NFL blamed the operator and the officials for the mistake.
Ben Roethlisberger suffered a knee injury Sept. 27. Initial reports had him sidelined for 4-6 weeks, which would put him back on the field in early to mid-November.
On Monday night in San Diego, Big Ben took time out from helping draw up plays for Michael Vick to troll the tin-foil-hat crowd.
Newcomers to the top 12 include the Jets and Giants, while the only change among the top 7 is the Bengals moving to No. 3, dropping the Broncos to No. 4.
David DeCastro is the secret hero of the Le'Veon Bell touchdown for the Steelers win.

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