- "More Browns uncertainty with Josh McCown injury, Johnny Manziel on deck" (ESPN) - "Another week, and more uncertainty for the Cleveland Browns at quarterback. Josh McCown left the Browns' 24-6 loss to St. Louis late with a shoulder injury on Sunday, and Johnny Manziel took over..."
- "Browns play their worst game since opener" (Morning Journal) - "Fans who have been clamoring for Johnny Manziel might get their wish by necessity in less than a week. But if the Browns don’t play better than they did in St. Louis, it wouldn’t matter if Tom Brady was the quarterback."
- "Cleveland Browns far from being close to contention" (Plain Dealer) - "Eleven penalties, four fumbles, two field goals in a 24-6 loss. If Mike Pettine still thinks the Browns are close, we need a definition. Unless he means close to making the rest of the schedule all about next season and beyond."
- "Browns vs. Rams broadcast highlights" (NFL.com) - "The Cleveland Browns visit the St. Louis Rams in Week 7 of 2015 NFL regular season." - VIDEO
- "Tannehill sets NFL record with 25 straight completions" (CBS) - "Ryan Tannehill now owns an NFL record. Last week against the Titans, Tannehill ended his game by completing seven passes in a row. Facing the Texans on Sunday, Tannehill completed his first 18 passes."
- "NFL Week 7 injuries: Texans' Arian Foster injures Achilles" (USA TODAY) - "Houston Texans Pro Bowl running back Arian Foster, in his fourth game back after returning from groin surgery, suffered what appeared to be a significant Achilles' tendon injury..."
- "Big week for running backs, as 10 go over 100-yards" (AP) - "NFL running backs aren't supposed to dominate games any more. In 2013 and 2014, no running backs were selected in the first round. And some top teams build offenses without much thought about whom will take handoffs."
- "Before spat with Dez Bryant, Greg Hardy was out of control" (PFT) - "FOX cameras caught images of Cowboys defensive end Greg Hardy and receiver Dez Bryant jawing at each other after the kickoff return that gave the Giants the lead for good."