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The 10 Most Impactful Plays of Week 3 - Joe Redemann
In just the second quarter and only about 30 yards from their own end zone, Brown and safety Adrian Phillips combined to sack quarterback Andrew Luck. While riding him to the ground, Brown ripped the ball out of Luck’s hands forcibly. On one bounce, defensive lineman Caraun Reid reeled the fumble in and returned it 61 yards for a game-tying score.

Top 10 Rookies Through NFL Week 3 - Michael Renner
Coming out of Akron, I had no clue what I would do with Jatavis Brown. He was too big for a safety, and too raw against the run to play linebacker. One thing I knew he could do, however, was blitz, as he tallied a ludicrous 15 sacks last year from an off-ball position. Already we’ve seen that prowess ring true in the NFL, as he has the highest pass-rushing grade of any off-ball linebacker. Brown is only being used in sub-packages, but the results have been electric so far.

NFL's 'Sunday Night Football' Slightly Down In Ratings Again - Brandon Katz
While casual viewers may not have tuned in last night thanks to the absences of starting quarterbacks Tony Romo and Jay Cutler, many believe the #BoycottNFL campaign is responsible for the league’s reduced viewership this season. As NFL players continue to protest the National Anthem, fans continue to tune out.

Week 3 Quick Reads - Vincent Verhei
One of the perks of this job is getting easy access to the NFL's gamebooks, the 16-page files that include all raw statistical data for a game in one location. These gamebooks include the play-by-play data that is the bedrock of our DVOA and DYAR stats, but even if you're not inputting that data into a spreadsheet and running thousands of calculations, it can tell you a lot about what happened in an NFL game.

Audibles at the Line: Week 3 - Andrew Potter
I kinda just feel bad for Philip Rivers at this point. I wish he had been traded to a better team back near the 2015 draft, when it seemed like Marcus Mariota and the No. 2 pick might have been bartered for.