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The Panthers are looking like a Super Bowl team

After a big win against the Bucs, the 6-2 Carolina Panthers are looking like a legitimate Super Bowl contender. This is the Carolina Panthers team we've been waiting to see since they made their run to the Super Bowl back in 2015. Ever since that season, in which they lost in Super Bowl 50 to Peyton Manning's Denver Broncos, the …

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Falcon's flex offensive muscles, blow out Redskins 38-14

AP Published at 4:31 pm. ET November 4, 2018 | Updated 5:45 p.m. ET November 4, 2018 Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan (2) celebrates the broad recipient Julio Jones' touchdown during the second half of a NFL football match against Washington Redskins, Sunday, November 4, 2018 in Landover, Md. (AP Photo / Mark Tenally) (Photo: The Associated Press) LANDOVER, Md. …

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Stevens fired as a trainer of kings, Desjardin's named deputy

LOS ANGELES – John Stevens was fired as a coach for Los Angeles Kings on Sunday. Willie Desjardins was appointed his replacement for the rest of this season. Assistant Don Nachbaur was also fired and replaced by Marco Sturm, although Sturm will not join the king until after the Deutschland Cup finishes next week to fulfill his duties as a …

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New York City Marathon Men's Winner

Lelisa Desisa started with cool judgment, held on with stern resolve, and finished with blazing passion to win the New York City Marathon today. The Ethiopians 2:05:59 is the second fastest time in the race's 48 years. His training partner and protégé, Shura Kitata, chased him to the last drop of willpower up the drainage final incline to Tavern on …

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Mary Keitany, Lelisa Desisa wins titles

Mary Keitany of Kenya celebrates after winning the women's breakdown of the New York City Marathon on November 4th. New York City – Mary Keitany in Kenya and Lelisa Desisa from Ethiopia won the New York City Marathon titles, with Keitany dominating the women's side at 2:22:48 and Desisa departs from a crowded main package at the event's 25-mile field …

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A. J. Green of Cincinnati Bengals plays some game with damaged toe

CINCINNATI – Bengals cross their fingers that surgery will not be necessary for wide recipients A.J. Green after suffering a toe injury during his game against Buccaneers last Sunday. Green is scheduled to meet Dr Robert Anderson this week to diagnose his injury and determine if surgery is required, told a source for ESPN's Adam Schefter. 19659002] Green is expected …

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