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Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

Today's Saints-Packers game has significant ramifications for both teams' playoff chances.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

One guy to watch for the Rams offensively: WR Robert Woods. He has 28 targets, and 18 catches, over the last four weeks, developing into a reliable weapon for Jared Goff. He could see a lot of targets once again, with Patrick Peterson probably focusing on Sammy Watkins.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Aaron Jones -- not Ty Montgomery -- starts at running back for the Packers.

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

First one out of the tunnel just a few minutes, ago: Gerald McCoy. Last week was such a tough game on the defense, especially against the run. Defensive end William Gholston said they have to be more disciplined with their eyes. That's where it starts in correcting those run fits.

Alden Gonzalez ESPN Staff Writer 

Last Sunday, the Rams were able to line six defensive players on the line of scrimmage to stop the Jaguars on the ground. They can't do that this week, even though they have a lot of respect for Adrian Peterson, because Carson Palmer and Larry Fitzgerald will pick them apart if they do. Guys like Robert Quinn, Aaron Donald and Michael Brockers will have to do a lot of the heavy lifting.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

As usual, the Jets are standing for the anthem, arms locked. CEO Christopher Johnson joined them as he always does.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Packers once again stand with arms linked in unity during the national anthem.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Honorary captains are Aeneas Williams and Adrian Wilson for the Cardinals and Eric Dickerson and Torry Holt for the Rams. Holt worked with the Cardinals during minicamp this year.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

The crowd here at Twickenham Stadium is ready for some football. Even though it's safe to say the crowd is largely neutral, the NFL has done a good job of making this into home atmosphere for the Rams.

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Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Brett Hundley introduced as the Packers starting QB.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

With his next sack Panthers defensive end Julius Peppers (150) will pass Chris Doleman (150.5) for fourth on the NFL's all-time sack list. Can bet Peppers would like to get one against the Bears, where he spent the 2010-2013 seasons.

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

Bucs linebacker Kwon Alexander will make his return today after missing four games with a hamstring injury. This is the first time since Week 1 that the Bucs will have all three starting linebackers together. Huge with a running back like LeSean McCoy who can get to the second level.

Josh Weinfuss ESPN Staff Writer 

Let's not forget amid all the travel and London stories: With a win over the Rams today, the Cardinals can move into a tie for first place in the NFC West.

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

After the four signings from their own practice squad this week, the Broncos have nine rookies on today's roster against the Chargers and that doesn't include two players -- wide receiver Hunter Sharp and center Dillon Day -- who have spent time on a practice squad before this season.

Pat McManamon ESPN Staff Writer 

Should learn something about this guy today. Myles Garrett faces Taylor Lewan, a big, powerful and nasty offensive tackle.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Expectation is that RG D.J. Fluker will be able to play barring a setback, per sources. He was late add to injury report and knee is not 100%.

KC Joyner ESPN Insider 

Tight ends with the least favorable schedules in fantasy football in Week 7 (0-100 scale, with 100 being least favorable): Benjamin Watson (32), Jack Doyle (32), Austin Seferian-Jenkins (36), David Njoku (43), Zach Miller (43), Jason Witten (43).

Tom Hamilton ESPN UK Reporter 

The marching band at Twickenham are absolutely outstanding. They have set the bar high. Huge fan.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

The Jets' defensive line has yet to record a sack, but they're confident they can rattle Jay Cutler and end the slump. Leonard Williams: "He does get flustered. He will let go of the ball when he gets some pressure in his face. That's when he throws interceptions."

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

One of the last ones out of the locker room and onto the field: Jameis Winston.

KC Joyner ESPN Insider 

Tight ends with the most favorable schedules in fantasy football in Week 7 (0-100 scale, with 100 being the most favorable): Austin Hooper (100), Delanie Walker (93), George Kittle (86), Julius Thomas (86), Jimmy Graham (82), Rob Gronkowski (79), Coby Fleener (75).

Jeff Legwold ESPN Senior Writer 

Broncos rookie wide receiver Hunter Sharp is expected to return punts today against the Chargers. The Broncos like what they saw from Sharp, who was on the team's practice squad until Wednesday, in training camp. He returned 10 punts as a senior at Utah State in '15 -- 6.4 per return average -- and had a 96-yard kickoff return for a TD that year. Broncos special teams coordinator Brock Olivo on Sharp this week: "Hunter had a great preseason for us. He is a tough kid, he ran down there and stuck his face in there on kickoff. He made plays all over the field, not only as a returner but as a core special teams player. We're excited about Hunter, no question.''

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

I did not see any issues with Jameis Winston's throwing arm in warmups. I talked to our injury expert Stephania Bell about playing through a sprained A.C. joint and she told me that the only real risk of further injuring it is if he were too take another hard fall on it. Extra emphasis for the offensive line protecting him today.

KC Joyner ESPN Insider 

Wide receivers with the least favorable schedules in fantasy football in Week 7 (0-100 scale, with 100 being the most favorable): Jeremy Maclin (4), Mike Wallace (4), T.Y. Hilton (8), Keenan Allen (17), Tyrell Williams (17), Sammy Watkins (37), Demaryius Thomas (37).

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

A Bucs fan just told Bills defensive end Jerel Worthy, "Hey, take it easy on Jameis today." His response? An emphatic "hell no."