Keselowski was in position to win when Joey Logano developed a tire problem with about 10 laps remaining in regulation.

Eric Karabell wraps up an exciting Sunday of football, assessing the fantasy value of the many stars from the Texans-Seahawks clash and more.

Ryan Kerrigan, LB, Washington Redskins: Kerrigan left the game against the Cowboys during the second quarter and was spotted getting medical attention on the Redskins’ sideline. He was designated as questionable to return because of a groin injury but made his return later on in the second quarter.

Jeff Allen, OG, Houston Texans: A knee injury sidelined Allen during the second quarter of the game against the Seahawks and he was declared questionable to return.

“Dimanchophobia” is the fear of Sunday. The Browns must have a serious case of it, because they’ve lost 25 straight games played on Sunday, which, according to Elias Sports Bureau, is tied for the longest Sunday losing streak in NFL history (1976-77 Buccaneers). The Browns’ remaining eight games are all Sunday games.

Had his Team Penske teammate pitted under green to fix the tire, Keselowski likely would have coasted to the win and earned a spot in the finale.

A source told ESPN’s Adam Schefter that NFL commissioner Roger Goodell’s contract extension is “getting done” and previous issues surrounding the deal have been resolved.
There is a growing difference of opinion among owners about Goodell’s overall performance as commissioner, according to sources. The owners on Thursday’s conference call are generally unhappy with Goodell and the NFL’s front office for a variety of reasons, including the player protests staged during the national anthem, issues regarding the relocation of teams to Los Angeles and the league’s handling of the Ray Rice domestic violence case, according to sources.

“You don’t get to have this many messes over the years like Roger has had and survive it,” one owner said during the call.flames_024