Relive Boston's wild 16-game winning streak (1:39)
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Patriots looking like their usual selves

The Pats haven't officially clinched a playoff spot yet, but their FPI odds round up to 100 percent. Meanwhile, they are the favorites for the AFC's No. 1 seed (53.3 percent) and the conference's most likely Super Bowl representative (44.1 percent). That said, the Eagles (27 percent) have better odds to win Super Bowl LII at the moment.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

The Patriots have waived DE Cassius Marsh, according to ESPN's Field Yates. In turn, the team has signed DE Eric Lee off the Bills' practice squad. Marsh has been acquired for fifth- and seventh-round picks in early September in a deal with Seattle, so this isn't a good return on investment for the team.

A Tom Brady Thanksgiving (0:34)
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Nickel Package: Brady's blood says "he's younger than 40'

Cian Fahey welcomes Nora Princiotti of The Boston Globe to discuss just how the Patriots have managed to go under-the-radar this season despite a 8-2 record. They discussed the return of Michael Bennett, why Dion Lewis is underrated, who Brady's most trusted receiver is and why according to science New England's QB is younger than his age says.

Is Kyrie the NBA's most clutch player? (1:45)
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19hChris Peters

Most impressive prospect for each NHL team at the quarter mark

Which young players in the prospect ranks have been turning heads so far this season? Here's a look at a prospect from all 31 teams who has been particularly notable, including Ryan Donato (Bruins), Kirill Kaprizov (Wild) and Daniel Sprong (Penguins).

Will LeBron regret treatment of Kyrie? (1:58)
Kyrie leading MVP race for Stephen A. (1:51)
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23hMicah Adams

NBA player rankings Week 5: Kyrie makes the cut

As long as the Celtics keep winning, they're getting representation on our top 10 -- even if nobody on the roster actually finishes with one of the best average games. Kyrie Irving wasn't far off the pace last week.

Mike Reiss ESPN Staff Writer 

Ian Eagle (play-by-play), Dan Fouts (analysis) and Evan Washburn (sideline) are on the CBS call of the Patriots-Dolphins game Sunday (1 p.m. ET).