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Michael Rothstein ESPN Staff Writer 

If the Lions lose to either Minnesota or Green Bay, it'll mean the team's worst record since 2012 (4-12) and give the team their 11th season of double-digit losses since 2000 From 1930-1999, the Lions only had 12 double-digit loss seasons (although to be fair not every year had a 16-game schedule).

Jordan Raanan ESPN Staff Writer 

Injuries fallout from Sunday's loss to the Titans: C Spencer Pulley (calf) left in a boot. DB Antonio Hamilton popped his quad and left on crutches. WR Russell Shepard rolled his ankle and will have further tests done Monday.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Patriots defensive snaps: Rookie CB J.C. Jackson is one obvious bright spot as his workload expands (57) and the moment doesn't seem too big for him against top competition. The Patriots played a lot of dime defense (6 DBs) in the game.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Patriots offensive snaps: Just 62 total, with the primary grouping the 3-WR set with Chris Hogan as the third option. James White (25), Sony Michel (23) and Rex Burkhead (16) splitting RB workload.

Seth Walder ESPN Analytics 

The Saints now have an 84% chance to earn the No. 1 seed in the NFC, according to FPI's live projections.

Tim McManus ESPN Staff Writer 

Nick Foles leads the Eagles to an improbable win. Of course. A 30-23 thriller over the Rams keeps Philly's playoff hopes alive (its odds of making the postseason jumped to 34 percent) and adds intrigue to the close of the 2018 season. Carson Wentz could be shelved for the rest of the year with a fracture in his back. Foles has a chance to stir the city's imagination once more.