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Week 7 NFL game picks, schedule guide, fantasy football tips and more
What to watch for in every game. Bold predictions. Fantasy advice. Key stats to know. And, of course, score predictions. It's all here for Week 7.

Week 7 NFL Power Rankings: 1-32 poll, plus every team's biggest weakness
Ranking all 32 teams through six weeks, and identifying each squad's Achilles' heel.

Bears QB Trubisky to play vs. Saints, sources say
Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky, listed as questionable with a shoulder injury, will play in Sunday's game against the Saints, sources told ESPN's Adam Schefter.

Brady upset Netflix cameo seen as shot at Kraft
Tom Brady was upset that his cameo on a Netflix show, in which he was shown walking out of a strip mall spa, was viewed as a cheap shot toward Patriots owner Robert Kraft.

Source: Osemele doesn't practice, fined by Jets
Kelechi Osemele, who says he needs shoulder surgery while the Jets say he's fine to play, was fined by the team for missing practice Saturday, a source told ESPN.

Titans activate rookie 1st-rounder Simmons
Jeffery Simmons, the Titans' first-round pick who is returning from a torn ACL, has been activated for Sunday's game against the Chargers.

Source: 'Best-case scenario' on Mahomes' MRI
While the medical evaluation of Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes is ongoing, the team received a "best-case scenario" after the results of the MRI were "good," a source told ESPN.

Mayfield, Matthews each fined for criticizing refs
Browns quarterback Baker Mayfield, Rams linebacker Clay Matthews and Lions safety Tracy Walker were all fined $12,500 for criticizing officiating last week.

Sources: Cooper to play as Cowboys get healthier
Cowboys offensive tackles Tyron Smith and La'el Collins, receivers Amari Cooper and Randall Cobb and cornerback Byron Jones will be available against the Eagles, sources told ESPN.

Chargers' Anthony Lynn on sojourn to Africa, why he likes country music
Anthony Lynn's work with the Masai Tribe and his love of Toby Keith concerts are two of many things that separate him from most NFL coaches.