Fantasy Football: Who To Start, Who To Sit For Week 7CBS Sports' fantasy football experts Jamey Eisenberg and Dave Richard lay out their must-start and must-sit players of the week.
Keidel: Can Steelers Win Without Big Ben?Tom Brady and Pats visit Pittsburgh this weekend to face a Steelers team led by Landry Jones, who replaces the injured Ben Roethlisberger.
Rodgers Throws 3 TD passes, Packers Beat Bears 26-10Aaron Rodgers lit up the Bears defense in the second half for three touchdowns as the Packers pulled out an easy win.
Rodgers Throws 3 TD passes, Packers Beat Bears 26-10
Week 7 NFL Picks: Broncos Down Osweiler But Bradford Bests Eagles As QBs Face Former TeamsThe Vikings and Texans' quarterbacks will be out for vengeance against their former teams but only one of them will come away victorious.
Can Philadelphia Pull Together Offensive Line Versus Vikings?In football, it does not matter if you have a franchise quarterback, a talented running game and receivers if you do not have an offensive line. The Philadelphia Eagles face major concerns on the offensive line as they prepare for the Minnesota Vikings this weekend.
Thursday Night Breakdown: Can Bears Or Packers Get Things Going?The Bears and Packers both need a win on TNF in Week 7. The Bears to start climbing out of the cellar, the Packers to start getting in sync.
CBS Sports' Bart Scott On Bears-Packers TNF Game, More Week 7 MatchupsBart Scott, CBS's NFL Today analyst, discusses the Thursday Night Football matchup between the Packers and Bears.
Opponent Profile: Eagles Say Hello To An Old Friend As Sam Bradford Returns With Undefeated VikingsFormer Philadelphia Eagles quarterback Sam Bradford is a part of the reason the Minnesota Vikings are still undefeated, but the biggest concern for the Eagles this week will be trying to move the ball and score on the Vikings defense.
Keidel: Should Dak Prescott Stay The Starter?Rookie quarterback Dak Prescott impressed again in the Cowboys' decisive win over the Packers. Will he keep Tony Romo on the bench?
Team Grades: Eagles Come Out Flat And Sloppy Versus RedskinsThe Philadelphia Eagles fell to 3-2 following a 27-20 loss on the road against the Washington Redskins. The Eagles offense was a wreck, the defense could not make a tackle and there were far too many yellow flags thrown on the Eagles to avoid a second straight loss.
Eagles Find Creative Loop Hole For NFL Ban On Live Game VideosTwitter users are applauding the team for what they see as "trolling" the NFL and Roger Goodell.

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