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NFL scores, Week 11: Eagles aim to take lead of NFC East

The Philadelphia Eagles can take control of the NFC East with a win. Meanwhile two of the league’s best teams meet in New Orleans. The stage is set for the Philadelphia Eagles to take control of the NFC East with a win over the Washington Redskins. Week 11’s two most compelling games come later in the day when Drew Brees ...

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Case Keenum is not having a good day

It wasn’t supposed to be like this. Case Keenum! Your team lost seven games in a row and you’re down, 14-0, to the Matt McGloin-led Raiders. How does it feel? Oh. I think he needs a moment to himself. SBNation.com – All Posts

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Chip Kelly can taste the football

All of Chip Kelly’s senses are football. Philadelphia Eagles head coach Chip Kelly is excited his team is leading and can’t wait to see what he gets to do next. See this on a Match.com profile and it’s creepy. See it on an NFL sideline and, well… it’s still creepy. More from SB Nation NFL • NFL Week 11 picks: ...

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Jonathan Quick injury: Leaves game in overtime

Jonathan Quick had a slow night, but he still had to leave in overtime due to an injury. Los Angeles Kings goalie Jonathan Quick had to leave Tuesday’s game in Buffalo with less than two minutes to play in overtime after suffering an injury while making a rare save in a 3-2 shootout loss. Prior to leaving, Quick had to ...

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Michael Jordan doesn't respect beer pong rules

WATCH YOUR ELBOWS, MJ Michael Jordan is the best player in the history of a sport that involves throwing a ball into a cylinder. Because of this, one might think he’s good at another sport that involves throwing a smaller ball into a smaller cylinder. However, there is visual evidence that Michael Jordan is blatantly disrespectful of one of the ...

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Falcons GM Thomas Dimitroff reiterates support for Mike Smith

Atlanta Falcons general manager Thomas Dimitroff expressed his support for head coach Mike Smith amid rumors that John Gruden may be interested in taking over the franchise, ESPN reports. The Falcons fell to 2-7 on the season after a blowout 33-10 loss to the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday. Dimitroff, via ESPN: “Mike Smith is a hell of a football coach; he’s the ...

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Eric Reid injury: 49ers safety leaves with possible concussion

San Francisco 49ers rookie safety Eric Reid left Sunday’s game against the Carolina Panthers with an apparent concussion. Reid attempted to tackle Panthers fullback Mike Tolbert when he struck the runner’s shoulder with his head and immediately went limp. Reid remained face-down on the field for some time before he was able to sit up and finally stand, then walking ...

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Bengals vs. Ravens 2013 final score: Andy Dalton struggles in Bengals overtime loss, 20-17

The Cincinnati Bengals traveled to Baltimore needing to secure a win over the Ravens and extend their lead in the AFC North. Instead they leave with an overtime loss 20-17. Andy Dalton struggled with swirling winds in M&T Bank Stadium and was on pace for one of the worst games of his career until A.J. Green bailed him out on ...

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Chelsea vs. West Bromwich Albion: Final score 2-2, Controversial penalty denies Baggies win

West Bromwich Albion almost added to their list of scalps by coming from behind to lead at Stamford Bridge before a late controversial penalty denied them the win. The Baggies had already registered a victory at Old Trafford this season, and almost repeated the trick in West London. Liam Ridgewell’s mistake allowed Samuel Eto’o to put the hosts in front, ...

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Ron English fired for using ‘wholly inappropriate language,’ says Eastern Michgian

Head football coach Ron English was fired by Eastern Michigan on Friday afternoon after a poor 1-8 start to the season. The timing was surprising, considering EMU had a game against rival Western Michigan set for the next day — certainly a winnable game, considering the Broncos are also 1-8. Now we’re starting to learn more about the reason for the ...

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