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  • Prescott's 3rd TD to Cooper lifts Cowboys over Eagles in OT

    Amari Cooper's impact on Dallas quarterback Dak Prescott has been dramatic. The new No. 1 receiver for the Cowboys shook up the NFC East race, too. Prescott threw his third touchdown pass to Cooper on the first possession of overtime, and the Cowboys took a big step toward the division

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  • How the Giants destroyed Mark Sanchez, starting with his head

    LANDOVER, Md. — Mark Sanchez never had a chance. Not even a little bit; not with his lack of recent game experience and not with the Giants defense playing as if he was red meat thrown to hungry wolves. The Giants showed no mercy on the former Jets quarterback, delivering an emphatic beatdown that sent

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  • Colin Kaepernick makes the Redskins look even worse

    Broken legs in consecutive weeks. This weekend seeing Mark Sanchez get destroyed. At this point, who would even want to quarterback the disastrous Redskins? Well, Colin Kaepernick would. The perpetual free-agent curiosity, who is alleging the NFL has blackballed him following his spearheading the protests during the national anthems that so consumed the league, would

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  • Kyle Lauletta’s Giants debut goes very wrong

    LANDOVER, Md. — Finally, here came The Kid. Rookie Kyle Lauletta entered at the start of the fourth quarter for his NFL debut. He should have considered a U-turn. Lauletta was 0-for-5 with an interception. The cries for him to start before the season ends should be silenced. “Well, obviously I didn’t do very well,

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  • Report: Colin Kaepernick Willing to Play for Redskins, 'Any NFL Team'

    Despite some speculation to the contrary, Colin Kaepernick would reportedly be willing to play for the Washington Redskins if given the opportunity, per Charles Robinson of Yahoo Sports

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  • Saquon Barkley’s worst play shows how amazing he is

    LANDOVER, Md. — This is how you overcome no Odell Beckham Jr.: You get the football gods to serve up Santachise — aka Mark Sanchez — to quarterback a depleted Redskins team that looks ready to quit on the playoffs. And you give the ball to Saquon Barkley. “I was actually talking to Connor Barwin

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  • Baker Mayfield and Browns suddenly look radically different

    CLEVELAND — Baker Mayfield took the snap in victory formation and dropped to one knee as the crowd roared. When the clock hit zeros, the stadium’s sound system blasted “Danger Zone.” The Browns have become hazardous to your playoff health. Mayfield outplayed Cam Newton, Jarvis Landry caught a touchdown pass and ran for another score

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  • Butker's OT field goal lifts Chiefs past Ravens, 27-24

    The fourth-down play was designed to go left, yet there was Patrick Mahomes scrambling to his right with a phalanx of Ravens in pursuit, his eyes trained on Tyreek Hill deep downfield. Mahomes heaved an audacious throw. Hill made an incredible catch. The Chiefs proceeded to score a

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  • Packers' Aaron Rodgers Breaks Tom Brady's Record for Most Passes Without an INT

    Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers set an NFL record for the most consecutive passes without an interception, per Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com

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  • Jets report card: This reflects very well on Todd Bowles

    Grades from the Jets’ 27-23 comeback win over the Bills on Sunday: Offense The Jets only had 248 total yards, but we’re grading on a curve here. They actually scored three touchdowns, equaling as many as they had in the previous five games. QB Sam Darnold (16-of-24, 170 yards, 1 TD, 1 INT, 83.7 rating) showed

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  • Chiefs owner: KC knew of 3 incidents involving Kareem Hunt

    Chiefs chairman Clark Hunt said the organization was aware of three separate off-field incidents that led to the release of star running back Kareem Hunt, including the alleged assault in a Cleveland hotel that was captured on a security camera. The team's owners also said after Kansas City

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  • Buenos Aires becomes ghost town as fans follow delayed final

    • River Plate beat Boca Juniors 3-1 to lift Copa Libertadores• Second leg of tie moved to Madrid because of crowd trouble River Plate fans thronged on to the streets of Buenos Aires when their team scored the decisive goal, yelling “Dale campeón! Dale Campeón!” (“Come on champion, come on champion!”) Despite heavy rainfall, groups of fans headed for the Buenos Aires obelisk on the wide downtown 9 de Julio avenue, the traditional scene of football celebrations, to watch River beat Boca Juniors...

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  • Giants report card: Where did this offense come from?

    Grades from the Giants’ 40-16 win over the Redskins on Sunday: Offense Saquon Barkley is getting better the later in the season it gets. He needed only 14 rushing attempts to amass a season-high 170 yards, and his runs of 78 yards (for a touchdown) and 52 yards were breathtaking. Eli Manning compiled a passer

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  • Ziggy Ansah Won't Return vs. Cardinals After Suffering Shoulder Injury

    Detroit Lions defensive end Ezekiel Ansah suffered a shoulder injury Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals , Tim Twentyman of the team's official website reported

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  • Jürgen Klopp: I was not for one second worried about Mohamed Salah’s form

    • Forward set a high bar, says coach after Bournemouth hat-trick• Klopp calls on fans to turn up the noise for Napoli visit Jürgen Klopp says he was “not worried for one second” about Mohamed Salah’s form this season but admits both club and player have to learn to deal with the raised levels of expectation that mean the forward’s record-breaking haul in 2017-18 is the yardstick by which he is judged. Klopp was speaking after Salah scored a brilliant hat-trick in Liverpool’s emphatic 4-0 victory...

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  • David Luiz could be forced out by Chelsea’s over-30s contract policy

    • Club only offers one-year contract extensions to over-30s• David Luiz can negotiate with foreign clubs from January David Luiz’s future at Chelsea beyond the summer has been cast into considerable doubt after the club’s hierarchy made it clear they are reluctant to change their policy of offering only one-year contract extensions to players in their 30s. The club are seeking to prolong the stays of some key personnel, not least because they are one of a number of English sides under...

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  • Marco Silva believes Richarlison has quality to score 20 goals a season

    • Silva feels he has the man to fill Romelu Lukaku’s boots• Everton manager preparing to face his old club Watford Marco Silva and Richarlison both face their former club Watford for the first time at Goodison Park on Monday, with the manager suggesting his striker could become the 20-goal-a-season man Everton have struggled to find since parting with Romelu Lukaku. That might be a big task if Richarlison, who cost Everton £35m to acquire from Watford, has to keep playing in wide positions...

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  • Romelu Lukaku: bulking up for World Cup has hampered my club form

    • Striker has had to lose muscle mass he put on for Belgium• ‘I wasn’t playing with enough intensity or aggression’ Romelu Lukaku has revealed that he bulked up for Belgium’s World Cup campaign during the summer and admitted having to lose the added weight as it was hampering his form for Manchester United. The forward was United’s top scorer last season with 27 goals in all competitions. He has struggled this time around, however, with his goal in Saturday’s 4-1 win over Fulham only Lukaku’s...

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  • Irreplaceable Sergio Aguero's killer touch was sorely missed by Manchester City at Stamford Bridge

    It is faintly ridiculous to suggest that a team that had scored 45 league goals in 15 matches has a problem in attack but the fact is Manchester City’s defeat away to Chelsea highlighted one thing:

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  • David Luiz keen to stay at Chelsea but wants more than one-year extension offered to him

    David Luiz’s future remains in doubt with Chelsea reluctant to change their policy of only offering players aged over 30 one-year contract extensions.

    The Telegraph
  • Exclusive: Phil Foden to sign new six-year deal at Manchester City in next 24 hours

    Phil Foden, Manchester City’s teenage prodigy, will put pen to paper on a new six-year contract with the Premier League champions on Monday.

    The Telegraph
  • River Plate claim Copa Libertadores against 10-man Boca with Quintero goal

    • River Plate 3-1 Boca Juniors (5-3 agg)• Pratto 68, Quintero 109 Martínez 120 | Benedetto 44 It may forever be marked with an asterisk and there might well be more chapters to come in this most extraordinary of stories, soaked in symbolism, sport and society, drama and emotion too, raw and exhilarating to the last, but it is River Plate whose name is added to the list of Copa Libertadores winners. The game that would never end, reached the very, very end. With 120 minutes gone and River 2-1 up,...

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  • Jameis Winston has to be separated from Bucs teammate after clash

    Tampa Bay Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston and center Ryan Jensen got into it on the sideline on Sunday, with the pair needing teammates and a coach to intervene. The argument was likely spurred by Jensen’s pair of penalties on a first-half drive, though the Bucs took a 14-3 lead into the half with Winston leading

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  • Fans bring the passion of the Superclásico to the streets of Madrid – video

    Fans of Buenos Aires rivals Boca Juniors and River Plate flooded the streets of Madrid before the final of the Copa Libertadores. The second leg was moved from Argentina's capital city due to crowd fears after River fans attacked Boca's team bus before the original fixture in November. Thousands of fans nonetheless made the 6,000 mile journey to watch their teams meet in the final of the competition for the first time.The Copa Libertadores debacle is a story of Argentinian politics Continue...

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