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  • Chiefs top Ravens in overtime, clinch playoff berth

    Kansas City's Harrison Butker atoned for a 43-yard miss as time expired in the fourth quarter with a 36-yard field goal in overtime, and the host Chiefs stopped the Ravens on fourth down to clinch a playoff spot with a 27-24 victory Sunday. Kansas City (10-2) twice converted on fourth down before Patrick Mahomes threw a tying touchdown pass to Damien Williams with 53 seconds left in the fourth. Moments later, Justin Houston strip-sacked Lamar Jackson to give Butker a chance to win the game in...

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  • Two-lateral play produces last-second TD as Dolphins stun Patriots

    MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. - The celebratory mob scene in the corner of the end zone broke out far from Ryan Tannehill, leaving him in the open field, running and screaming as he waved his arms. Because he couldn't find anyone to hug, he flopped to the grass on his back, the job done and the game won. "I collapsed - just the emotion of the whole thing," Tannehill said. Sixteen seconds from defeat, Tannehill threw a short pass and then watched his teammates save the season with the "Drake...

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  • 49ers ride George Kittle’s 210 receiving yards to upset win over Broncos

    Forget franchise records. Tight end George Kittle nearly put his name in the NFL record book Sunday. Needing 73 yards to break the 49ers' record for receiving yards by a tight end in a season, Kittle did that in less than 15 minutes en route to collecting the third-most receiving yards in a game by a tight end in NFL history in a 20-14 win over the Broncos at Levi's Stadium. Kittle finished with seven catches for 210 yards and a touchdown. His receiving yards nearly broke the tight end record...

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  • Patrick Mahomes Is Setting the League on Fire as the NFL's Steph Curry

    Few athletes are must-see television. The Kansas City Chiefs' Patrick Mahomes is appointment viewing as he changes the way the quarterback position and offensive game is being played

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  • Rodgers breaks Brady's mark as Packers cruise past Falcons

    Aaron Rodgers broke Tom Brady's NFL record for most consecutive passes without an interception in style, setting the mark on a 24-yard touchdown pass to Randall Cobb that helped the Green Bay Packers beat the visiting Atlanta Falcons 34-20 on Sunday.

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  • Week 15 Waiver Wire: Early Pickups and Breakout Fantasy Football Candidates

    It's playoff time in fantasy football land, but the rosters that helped owners reach this point may need some tweaks to win the title. As always, injuries play a huge factor in starting lineup decisions

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  • NFL Notebook: Ravens QB situation gets a little cloudier

    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson missed the final two plays of his team's 27-24 overtime loss in Kansas City on Sunday after he was hit but appears to have avoided major injury. However it looks like the Ravens now have a decision to make behind center.

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  • Amari Cooper's Walk-Off TD Gives Dak Prescott, Cowboys Wild OT Win vs. Eagles

    The Dallas Cowboys won their fifth straight game, defeating the Philadelphia Eagles 29-23 in overtime Sunday at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas

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  • Raiders beat Steelers, 24-21, on last-minute TD

    Raiders head coach Jon Gruden was asked on Wednesday about maintaining the morale of his players amid a lost season. "This is a tough league," Gruden said. "You're going to be in it for seven or eight years, you're going to have some years where you're going to have to really prove your mental toughness. But we're playing for a lot. We're in our first year. We feel like we're making some strides." What strides the Raiders are making toward the end of their first season under Gruden finally bred...

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  • George Kittle's 85-yard touchdown reception helps lift 49ers

    SANTA CLARA, Calif. (AP) - George Kittle caught an 85-yard touchdown pass on the way to 210 yards receiving and became the 49ers' first tight end to reach the 1,000-yard milestone, leading San Francisco past the sluggish, injury-plagued Denver Broncos 20-14 on Sunday. Kittle finished just shy of Shannon Sharpe's

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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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  • 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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  • Michigan’s Jim Harbaugh quashes NFL rumors

    Jim Harbaugh In response to speculation that he might bolt for an NFL job, Michigan's head coach said he is staying at the school. His remarks came after Fox Sports analyst Cris Carter - an Ohio State alum - said Harbaugh is a potential candidate to lead the Green Bay Packers and Cleveland Browns. "This is a choreographed message that comes up at this time every year before signing day," Harbaugh told ESPN. "It's people spreading messages to further their own personal agenda. But I'm on record...

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  • Skins' Gruden after NY loss: 'Job's in jeopardy every week'

    LANDOVER, Md. (AP) - This was all kinds of embarrassing for the Washington Redskins, from the offense to the defense to the special teams, from the poor plays to the face-palm penalties, from the numbers on the scoreboard to the thousands of empty seats in the stands. Facing a last-place

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

    KANSAS CITY, Mo. (AP) - 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

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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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  • Sunday Night Football: Rams vs. Bears

    NBC has you covered for Sunday night's Rams-Bears game.

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  • Rams Vs. Bears Live Stream: How To Watch ‘Sunday Night Football’ Online

    The Bears battle the Rams on Sunday Night Football!

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  • Lamar Jackson Underwent X-Ray After Ankle Injury; QB Says He's 'Good'

    Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson suffered an ankle injury during Sunday's 27-24 overtime loss to the Kansas City Chiefs but told reporters he was "good

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  • NFL Scores Week 14: AFC, NFC Playoff Picture, Results and Top Fantasy Stats

    Week 14 in the NFL means the postseason is right around the corner. And there's a good chance your fantasy league's playoffs have already started. At this point, every yard, catch, touchdown and fantasy point can make the difference

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  • Brees leads 2nd-half comeback, Saints beat Buccaneers 28-14

    TAMPA, Fla. (AP) - Drew Brees threw for one touchdown and ran another Sunday to help the New Orleans Saints rally from an 11-point halftime deficit to clinch their second straight NFC South title with a 28-14 victory over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Brees shrugged off a pair of turnovers

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  • NFL round-up: Miami miracle downs Patriots while Rodgers sets NFL record

    Dolphins secure last-gasp victory over PatriotsAaron Rodgers sets streak for passes without interceptionSaints clinch NFC South with win over Tampa BayKenyan Drake ran the last 52 yards as the Miami Dolphins scored on a pass and double lateral on the final play on Sunday to beat the New England Patriots 34-33. The Patriots were 16 seconds from clinching their 10th consecutive AFC East title when the Dolphins scored on the 69-yard play to rally from a 33-28 deficit. Continue reading

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  • Drake scores on wild final play as Miami beats Pats 34-33

    Kenyan Drake ran the last 52 yards as the Miami Dolphins scored on a pass and double lateral on the final play Sunday to beat the New England Patriots 34-33. The Patriots were 16 seconds from clinching their 10th consecutive AFC East title when the Dolphins scored on the 69-yard play to rally from a 33-28 deficit. Ryan Tannehill threw a 14-yard pass to Kenny Stills, who lateraled to DeVante Parker, who quickly lateraled to Drake. He found a seam and beat two Patriots to the corner of the end...

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  • Patrick Mahomes Cements MVP Bid with Chiefs' OT Win vs. Lamar Jackson, Ravens

    No matter what is going on internally with the Kansas City Chiefs, Patrick Mahomes just keeps getting the job done

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