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Due respect to what the Eagles, Patriots and Vikings are doing at the top of the NFL standings, but let's take a look at the bottom, where a race for the ages may well be brewing.

It's too soon to say for sure which of the well-regarded college quarterbacks will go No. 1 in the draft next April, or whether it'll be a quarterback at all. But it's not too early to size up certain teams' chances of being able to make that pick. The Cleveland Browns and the San Francisco 49ers, who bumbled their way through this very same race until Christmas last season, appear set for a repeat. Whoever wins first could seriously damage their chances of landing the draft's top pick. At this point, it's hard to see how either of them is close.
Entering Sunday's action, the 0-7 Browns had the edge on the 0-7 49ers for the top pick. According to the projections done by ESPN's Football Power Index, Cleveland entered its early London game with a 57.4 percent chance to land the top pick and a stunning 99.4 percent chance of picking in the top five. A loss to the Vikings dropped the Browns to 0-8, which obviously couldn't have hurt their chances. But San Francisco, which carried a 36.3 percent chance at the top pick and a 98.4 percent chance of a top-five selection into Sunday, kept the pressure on by getting blown out in Philadelphia.
Closest behind the two winless teams in this race were the Indianapolis Colts (5.1 percent chance at top pick, 92.1 percent chance of picking top five) and the New York Jets (0.1, 49.3). Both of those teams lost close ones, which means that while their chances pale in comparison to those of the Browns and Niners, they sit in the wings in case both of those teams start up totally unexpected winning streaks. Carl Soderberg Authentic Jersey Hey, you never know.
So here's a quick look at each of those four early-Sunday losers and their chances of landing in the No. 1 spot when the commissioner starts the draft next spring in Arlington, TexasThe future is bright,�� tweeted the former England striker Gary Lineker and his view was shared by many.
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The Chelsea manager, Antonio Conte, echoed the same sentiment, while Pep Guardiola and Ars��ne Wenger looked excited when discussing this weekend��s England under-17 World Cup triumph in India and the mouthwatering prospect of what this England team could become.
��Our future is bright, congratulations to the boys, staff and families,�� said David Beckham. ��What an amazing achievement �C let��s now build for the future and give this talented group the opportunity.��
The Sessegnon household in south-west London was certainly a pretty good place to be. It is home to 17-year-old twin brothers, Ryan and Steven, who are both contracted to Fulham football club and both of whom have starred on the international stage in this unprecedented year for England��s youth teamsThey are a football family: the twins live with their older brother Chris �C a semi-professional footballer with Margate �C and their mother in Worcester Park, Surrey, just around the corner from second-tier Fulham��s training ground. St��phane Sessegnon, a former Premier League Carl Soderberg Authentic Jersey midfielder with West Bromwich Albion, is a cousin.
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In the past five months, England��s under-17 and under-20 teams have been crowned world champions and the under-19s won the European Championship in Georgia. A mixed-age squad also successfully defended their title at the Toulon Tournament in June.
Before England��s weekend triumph, the Duke of Cambridge �C who is president of the Football Association �C sent a letter to the under-17s squad, which was read to the team before Saturday��s final in Kolkata. In all, England have lost only two games �C both on penalties �C across 34 tournament matchesNot since Celia Johnson laid eyes on Trevor Howard has the nation been so captivated by a brief encounter. But the anticipation will finally come to an end on Saturday night when Gary Lineker, in front of a likely audience of more than 4 million people, presents Match of the Day in his underpantsAt least, we think he will. As of Friday morning, the BBC presenter and former England striker was still being a little coy about his imminent striptease on the first weekend of the Premier League season.
��We��ll have to wait and see what happens,�� Lineker told the Guardian, when asked to confirm his partly clothed punditry. ��It depends on how cold the studio is. If they get it nice and cosy, it might just workThere is no doubt where the most daunting fixtures take place this week: both Chelsea and Manchester City are in Italy (Serie A record to date: P9 W4 D2 L3), Antonio Conte taking on Roma on Carl Soderberg Authentic Jersey Tuesday after gaining only a draw at Stamford Bridge, Pep Guardiola getting another look, on Wednesday, at the high-flying Napoli side he admires so much.
If English clubs are still holding all the pole positions by the end of the week, it really might be something to celebrate in a country that supplied only Leicester City to the last eight last season.
Again, the real winnowing usually occurs after Christmas, though at least this time Arsenal will be unable to set the tone by being taken apart by Bayern Munich. When English clubs made predictably early exits last season Steve McManaman, winner of Champions League winner��s medals with Real Madrid in 2000 and 2002, said it was because few Premier League sides were stable enough to permit a sustained challenge in Europe. ��Look at last-stage regulars like Real Madrid, Barcelona and Bayern Munich and they don��t change much from year to year,�� he suggested. ��You just see small nuances here and there, whereas in England the response to an unsuccessful season is often to rip everything up and start again.��
That may have been true a year ago, when managers such as Guardiola, Jos�� Mourinho and J��rgen Klopp were busy ripping things up in order to start again and Tottenham were still coming to terms with Wembley and the Champions League, though the situation appears to have settled down since.
Every manager in charge of an English club is now in at least his second season and all the wiser for it. Guardiola has smartened up his defence, Mourinho has added power to his front line, while Pochettino is simply reaping the benefit of having put together a strong side that is visibly growing in terms of confidence and experience.
One could nitpick and observe that Klopp still has defensive problems to address, or that the consistency that served Chelsea so well last season continues to elude them, but it is probably best to save the moaning until such time as there is something to moan about.
For now, the picture is bright, and though it goes against the grain a little to be going into Europe whistling a happy tune, we might as well enjoy it while it lasts. Sending five clubs into the Champions League is already a feat worth noting. Sending out five stable and prospering clubs is the sort of advertisement for Premier League standards no one could realistically have expected
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