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The Denver Broncos (2-1) and Oakland Raiders (2-1) opened even money in Vegas odds for their Week 4 matchup in Denver, but after the Raiders lost badly to the Washington Redskins on Sunday the line has moved towards Denver and now stands at 2.5 points.

Given that the home team typically gets a field goal spotted in their direction, the line still slightly favors the Raiders there.

Trevor Siemian struggled badly against a Top 5 pass defense in the Buffalo Bills, but he has shredded the weaker pass defenses of the San Diego Chargers and Dallas Cowboys. This might be a good spot for him to rebound.

Historically, Derek Carr has not played well against elite pass defenses and has never had much success against the Broncos defense. If the Broncos front seven can continue to do what it has done against the run, this game should fall in the Broncos favor.

Rival games are tough, though, so I wouldn’t personally recommend putting any money on it.

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Believe it or not, the offense is responsibly for helping the Los Angeles Rams move up a few spots in the 2017 NFL Power Rankings Week 4 following their big win over the San Francisco 49ers. With that being said, Sean McVay understands the Rams still have a long way to go when it comes to competing against some of the other top teams in the league, but at least the head coach has to be thrilled over the direction this team is heading.

Last season, Los Angeles was considered one of the biggest laughing stocks of the NFL due to their poor offense. But thanks to McVay bringing his knowledge over from the last couple of years he spent with the Washington Redskins, the Rams’ offense has already seen a drastic improvement, especially with Jared Goff in the passing game.

Thanks to numerous key additions that included Sammy Watkins and Robert Woods, Goff is seeing a major difference when it comes to how comfortable he’s been able to look on offense. As for how much Goff’s latest performance helped Los Angeles in the recent NFL Power Rankings for Week 4 since the defense is still a major issue, let’s take a look, starting off at No. 32 with the Cleveland Browns.

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The Indianapolis Colts will host the Cleveland Browns in their second home game of the 2017 regular season. The game time is set for 1:00 p.m. ET on Sunday, Sept. 24, at Lucas Oil Stadium.

The contest will mark the 29th all-time regular season meeting between the teams, with the series tied at 14-14. The last matchup between the teams came on Dec. 7, 2014, when the Colts defeated the Browns, 25-24.

Last week, Indianapolis hosted the Arizona Cardinals in their 2017 regular season home debut and lost in overtime, 16-13.

The Colts defense forced a three-and-out on the game’s opening possession of the game. On the ensuing series, starting quarterback Jacoby Brissett orchestrated a 14-play, 53-yard drive that resulted in a five-yard rushing touchdown by running back Frank Gore. Indianapolis scored on their second offensive possession of the game on a 46-yard field goal by kicker Adam Vinatieri.

In the second quarter, Arizona connected on a field goal, and the Colts entered haftime with a 10-3 advantage.

Both teams were held scoreless in the third quarter. Vinatieri converted his second field goal of the game to increase Indianapolis’ lead to 13-3. The Cardinals would finish regulation with 10 unanswered points to send the game to overtime.

The Colts threw an interception on the opening series of overtime. Arizona then made a 30-yard field goal to clinch the victory.

Defensively, rookie safety Malik Hooker earned his first career start and registered two tackles (one solo), one interception and one pass defensed.

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Will Randy Moss wind up in Canton next summer?

Announced Tuesday, the modern-era nominees for the Pro Football Hall of Fame’s Class of 2018 is made up of 108 players and coaches, including 11 first-year eligible players.

Moss, the former Vikings and Patriots star wideout, leads a list of newly eligible players that also features legendary Ravens linebacker Ray Lewis, Bears linebacker Brian Urlacher and Buccaneers defensive back Ronde Barber.

This year’s roster of nominees features 53 offensive players, 38 defensive players, five special teamers and 12 coaches. The list of modern-era nominees will be reduced to 25 semifinalists in November and, subsequently, to 15 finalists in January.

Here’s the list:

Quarterbacks (5): Randall Cunningham, Rich Gannon, Donovan McNabb, Steve McNair, Phil Simms

Running backs (10): Tiki Barber, Earnest Byner, Roger Craig, Corey Dillon, Eddie George, Edgerrin James, Lorenzo Neal, Fred Taylor, Herschel Walker (also KR), Ricky Watters

Wide receivers (13): *Isaac Bruce, Donald Driver, Henry Ellard (also PR), Torry Holt, Chad Johnson, Randy Moss, *Terrell Owens, Sterling Sharpe, Jimmy Smith, Rod Smith, Steve Smith (NYG), John Taylor, Hines Ward

Tight end (4): Mark Bavaro, Ben Coates, Ferrell Edmunds, Jay Novacek

Offensive linemen (21): Willie Anderson (T), Matt Birk (C), *Tony Boselli (T), Lomas Brown (T), Ruben Brown (G), Ray Donaldson (C), *Alan Faneca (G), Bill Fralic (G/T), Jay Hilgenberg (C), Chris Hinton (G/T), Kent Hull (C), Steve Hutchinson (G), *Joe Jacoby (T), Mike Kenn (T), *Kevin Mawae (C/G), Tom Nalen (C), Nate Newton (G), Bart Oates (C), Jeff Saturday (C), Richmond Webb (T), Steve Wisniewski (G)

Defensive linemen (11): La’Roi Glover (DT/NT), Leonard Marshall (DE/DT), Keith Millard (DT/NT/DE), Leslie O’Neal (DE), Michael Dean Perry (DT/DE), Simeon Rice (DE), Richard Seymour (DT), Neil Smith (DE), Greg Townsend (DE/NT/LB), Kyle Vanden Bosch (DE), Bryant Young (DT)

Linebackers (15): Carl Banks, Cornelius Bennett, Tedy Bruschi, Seth Joyner, Ray Lewis, Greg Lloyd, Wilber Marshall, Clay Matthews, Willie McGinest (also DE), Karl Mecklenburg, Sam Mills, Joey Porter, Darryl Talley, Zach Thomas, Brian Urlacher

Defensive backs (12): Eric Allen (CB), Steve Atwater (S), Ronde Barber (CB/S), LeRoy Butler (S), *Brian Dawkins (SS), Rodney Harrison (S), *Ty Law (CB), Albert Lewis (CB), *John Lynch (S), Dennis Smith (S), Everson Walls (CB), Darren Woodson (S)

Kickers/punter (3): Gary Anderson (K), Sean Landeta (P), Nick Lowery (K)

Special teams (2): Brian Mitchell (KR/PR also RB), Steve Tasker (ST also WR)

Coaches (12): *Don Coryell, Bill Cowher, Tom Flores, Mike Holmgren, Jimmy Johnson, Chuck Knox, Buddy Parker, Richie Petitbon, Dan Reeves, Marty Schottenheimer, Clark Shaughnessy, Dick Vermeil

Eighteen finalists will be presented to the full 48-member Pro Football Hall of Fame Selection Committee during its annual selection meeting on “Selection Saturday,” the day before Super Bowl LII. The finalists will consist of 15 modern-era finalists, the recently named Senior Finalists, Robert Brazile and Jerry Kramer, and the 2018 Contributor Finalist, Bobby Beathard.

The Selection Committee will meet on Saturday, Feb. 3, 2018, in Minneapolis to elect the Class of 2018. While there is no set number for any class of enshrinees, the selection process by-laws provide that between four and eight new members will be selected.

The Senior Finalists and Contributor Finalist are voted “yes” or “no” for election at the annual selection meeting and must receive at least 80 percent support from the Committee to be elected. The Modern-Era Finalists will be trimmed during the meeting from 15 to 10 and then from 10 to 5. The remaining five finalists will be voted on individually, “yes” or “no” and must receive the same 80 percent positive vote as the Seniors and Contributor Finalists to earn election to the Pro Football Hall of Fame. The Class of 2018 will be announced during the “NFL Honors” nationally broadcast award show that evening.

The Pro Football Hall of Fame’s Class of 2018 will be formally enshrined next August in Canton. The enshrinement is one of three marquee events, along with the Hall of Fame Game and the Concert for Legends, that are held in the spectacular Tom Benson Hall of Fame Stadium during the Enshrinement Week Powered by Johnson Controls.

For the seventh consecutive year, fans can vote for their favorite Pro Football Hall of Fame nominees. Fans should visit nfl.com/hofvote to make their picks. The Class of 2018 fan vote is presented by Ford, the Official Automobile of the Pro Football Hall of Fame.

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CLEVELAND — T.J. Watt made history and wanted more.

Apparently becoming the first rookie in three decades to record two sacks and one interception in an NFL debut wasn’t enough for Watt, an outside linebacker whose playmaking helped the Pittsburgh Steelers seal a 21-18 win over the Cleveland Browns.

“We felt like we were in the backfield all of the time, but we have to finish plays,” Watt said. “We had a few sacks left on the table, from my point of view.”

Watt is the third player to produce the two-and-one in a debut since stats became official. The others were replacement players Charles Glaze and Tommy Haynes in 1987.

The Steelers poured seven sacks on the Browns for the third consecutive time in FirstEnergy Stadium. Watt, who took ownership of the starting job over James Harrison in training camp, executed an Antonio Brown-esque celebration dance after his second sack of DeShone Kizer, swinging his arms left and right and shaking his hips.

“I was just having some fun, just trying to bring some energy,” said Watt, who also had two sacks in his preseason debut. “The guys love seeing a little celebration after a sack.”

Watt’s interception with 1:29 left in the third stunted a promising Browns drive and negated Watt’s unnecessary roughness penalty on the previous play. Watt dipped into zone coverage and leapt for the interception, which he returned 17 yards. He said he was reminding himself not to fumble.

“I was tired,” Watt said.

The Steelers aren’t tired of Watt, whom teammates say hustles relentlessly on every play.

Defensive end Cam Heyward said Watt’s football intelligence is translating.

“He understands what we need from him, and he goes out and executes,” Heyward said. “He’s a smart rusher. He doesn’t put himself in situations where he’s out of a play.”

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CLEVELAND — Browns defensive tackle T.Y. McGill has been charged with misdemeanor marijuana possession in North Carolina.

A team spokesman said the Browns have spoken directly about the criminal complaint with McGill, who was claimed off waivers Sunday from the Indianapolis Colts. It’s not clear if McGill’s legal issue will affect his status with the Browns. He’s also subject to discipline by the NFL.

McGill, 24, has a court appearance scheduled for Oct. 24. The Browns were not aware McGill had been charged before they claimed him.

McGill spent the past two seasons with Indianapolis after entering the NFL in 2015 with the Seattle Seahawks as an undrafted free agent. The former NC State player appeared in 25 games with the Colts, recording 17 tackles and five sacks.

The Charlotte Observer reported McGill was spotted by a law enforcement official with “a small amount” of marijuana in Charlotte on Saturday.

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KANSAS CITY, Mo. — The Chiefs will be without starting cornerback Steven Nelson for at least half of the season after he had core muscle surgery.

The Chiefs placed Nelson on their injured reserve list Sunday. He can begin practicing with the Chiefs after six weeks and begin playing in games after eight weeks.

“He had the problem through training camp,” trainer Rick Burkholder said. “He tried to fight through … He got through three preseason games and just felt like he couldn’t play up to speed.”

The Chiefs replaced Nelson on their roster by re-signing running back C.J. Spiller, who was released on Saturday in the cut to 53 players. By rule, a player can return from injured reserve only if he is on a team’s initial 53-man roster.

Nelson started 14 games for the Chiefs last season plus their playoff loss to the Pittsburgh Steelers.

The Chiefs, who have Marcus Peters as one regular cornerback, can choose between Phillip Gaines and Terrance Mitchell as Nelson’s replacement. Gaines has started 13 games over three seasons with the Chiefs. Mitchell joined the Chiefs last year and played well as their third cornerback for the last half of the season.

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HOUSTON — Tom Savage stood in the center of the shelter for those affected by Hurricane Harvey at the NRG Center on Thursday, surrounded by cots, passing out hats and taking pictures with fans.

Savage, along with 54 of his teammates and members of the Houston Texans’ staff, spent more than an hour meeting with some of the people who have been displaced by flooding caused by Hurricane Harvey. They also took photos and signed autographs.

Chris, a 10-year-old fan, ran up to Savage to ask him to sign his football, and then a game of catch ensued. It started with a short pass, and then Savage told him, “Go deep.”

Chris ran back and made the catch.

“Go deeper,” Savage said, and Chris ran behind a row of cots. He dropped two balls before catching the third pass. Savage put his arms in the air, and Chris ran toward him, cheering.

Chris’ mom, Antonia, who requested her last name not be used, looked on with tears in her eyes.

“I was sitting down on the cots trying to figure out which bills I could pay,” Antonia said. “I didn’t know what we were going to do.

“And then they walked in, and everything felt OK.”

The team was scheduled to play the Dallas Cowboys on Thursday — first at NRG Stadium and then AT&T Stadium in Arlington — before the game was canceled Wednesday morning. Instead, the majority of the team spent the evening next door, surprising some families in need.

Some asked for players to sign stuffed animals and mini footballs. A young boy beat Akeem Hunt in a race. One pregnant woman asked players to sign the tank top in the area covering her stomach. “I’m wearing this shirt when I go to the hospital to have this baby,” she said with a smile.

And then there was the Dak Prescott Cowboys jersey. Players joked around, saying they didn’t know if they could sign. Right guard Jeff Allen eventually did, writing “GO TEXANS” across the back. Left guard Xavier Su’a-Filo shook his head before smiling and signing as well.

“I guess I’m going to do it,” Su’a-Filo said with a laugh.

Texans inside linebacker Brian Cushing told reporters it was eye-opening to walk in and see the shelter. He said he hoped he and his teammates were able to make the people inside smile.

“Seeing how packed they are and how many people are there — and that’s where they’re staying for the night. And that’s it,” Cushing said. “It’s a tough situation. But we’re here, just trying to do whatever we can to help.”

Texans head coach Bill O’Brien was among the coaches in attendance, and he spent the evening talking to kids, leaning down to their level to talk.

“It’s going to take a while to get back, but this city is tough,” O’Brien said. “These people here are great. We’ve got great fans here. And they’re going to get back on their feet quickly.”

And when it was time to leave, the players slowly trickled out, waving goodbye and stopping to sign one more autograph.

As the players walked out, they passed a sign on the wall that read: “The comeback is always stronger than the setback. #HoustonStrong.”