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Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

Bucs defensive tackle Gerald McCoy: "Hangin' in there ain't good enough. You've gotta win. I can only promise this, [with] me being the elder statesman on the team — I'm not letting anybody give up. ... Now it's a test of our will as men. It's more than just football. ‘How are you gonna approach this as a man? Are you gonna shut down and falter?'"


John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

Redskins corner Josh Norman said: “We must be living right. It's an awesome feeling whenever a play like that goes in our favor because we definitely didn't have that all year. And it happened on offense [Jamison Crowder tip] and defense [Fabian Moreau tipped interception]....We got grit. We got fighters. You can see that this team is never out, never down.”

Lindsey Thiry ESPN 

Rams inactives against Eagles: DB Darious Williams, OLB Ogbo Okoronkwo, OLB Trevon Young, OL Jamil Demby, DT Sebastian Joseph-Day, DT Tanzel Smart and OLB Matt Longacre

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Eagles inactives: J.Hicks, T.Jernigan, S.Jones, M.Pryor, B.Scott, I.Seumalo, C.Wentz DE Michael Bennett and CB Avonte Maddox, both listed as questionable this week, will dress.

Jenna Laine ESPN Staff Writer 

If this doesn't illustrate what the end of a losing season looks like, I'm not sure what does. Bucs offensive tackle Demar Dotson: “It's 'every man for himself' at this moment. I'm not worried about saving Dirk's job -- I'm worried about saving my own.”

Michael DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Cody Kessler completed nine passes for 57 yards, was sacked six times, and turned the ball over twice, but coach Doug Marrone said he did not consider going back to Blake Bortles on Sunday. However, he didn't rule that out for next week at Miami. "I don't' know," Marrone said. "I'm going to evaluate everything like I do every game." The Jaguars offense has managed just one touchdown in Kessler's three starts and hasn't had more than 255 yards in any of those games.

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

Most PPR fantasy points in Weeks 14-15 combined, since 1990 (start of 17-week schedule): 94.3 Drew Bennett ‘04 89.3 Jamaal Charles ‘13 87.1 LaDainian Tomlinson ‘03 84.9 Clinton Portis ‘03 78.0 Derrick Henry ‘18 76.4 Le'Veon Bell ‘14 75.7 Mike Anderson ‘00 74.3 Qadry Ismail ‘99

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

Matt Ryan is the only quarterback who scored at least 20 fantasy points in each of Weeks 14 and 15, considered the two-week semifinals in ESPN standard leagues.

Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer 

Looking deeper into Aaron Rodgers' day. He was: 4-of-12 passing 10-plus yards downfield -- his first game without a TD on such throws since Week 4 vs. Buffalo. 1-of-9 passing 20-plus yards downfield. 8-of-12 for 119 yards to Davante Adams. 6-of-14 for 54 yards to all other wide receivers.

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

Up 14-7 at halftime, the Steelers have a 67% chance to win the AFC North and a 70% chance to reach the playoffs, according to live projections from FPI.

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Pat Shurmur explained the decision to have Alex Tanney as the backup QB over rookie Kyle Lauletta was because it gave the Giants the "best chance to win if he had to go in to play." Lauletta was informed he would be inactive when he arrived to the stadium Sunday and was "definitely disappointed."