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Here’s a Better Plan, Robert Sarver: Sell the Suns – Sports Illustrated

The Suns’ latest long-term plan—as thin, comically optimistic, and completely lacking in self-awareness as it was—lasted less than five days. On Wednesday, owner Robert Sarver painted his vision for arguably the league’s most hopeless franchise, a plan grounded in patience. By Sunday, his organization had announced the firing of coach Earl Watson after a hideous 0-3 start that featured the worst loss in franchise...

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The Joe Thomas Injury: A Streak Snapped and a New Low in the Factory of Sadness – Sports Illustrated

Through an unpredictable, incomprehensible, baffling 2017 season, we had one rock. As the league has been beset by historic parity, as the normally reliable Patriots shifted from great to maybe-average to great again, as star players on both sides of the ball suffered major injuries with alarming regularity, there was always Joe Thomas. On every Browns offensive snap, he stood at left tackle—not only...

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Ezekiel Elliott blocks out off-field issues to lift Cowboys – NFL.com

SANTA CLARA, Calif. — Last Tuesday, Ezekiel Elliott was granted a temporary restraining order, at least partially thanks to a judge’s vacation schedule. Five days later, there was no restraining Elliott, and the San Francisco 49ers essentially began their offseason more than two months ahead of schedule. In a comprehensive beatdown that served notice to the NFL world that reports of their demise have...

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Miami Dolphins Turn Around ‘Crazy’ Season With Quarterback Questions Potentially Looming – Sports Illustrated

Editor’s Note: This is The MMQB Extra, a sneak peek from Peter King’s Monday Morning Quarterback column, which will be published in full early Monday morning. Miami’s first three games this year: • Beat the Chargers in Los Angeles when Younghoe Koo missed a 44-yard field goal with five seconds left that would have won the game, after the Dolphins decamped to California to...

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World Series questions — Do the energized Astros have an edge over the Dodgers?

4:11 PM ET For a portion of the season, especially in late June and early July, the Dodgers and the Astros vied daily for the best record in the game and the best team in the game. On the first day after the All-Star break, the Astros were 61-29 and the Dodgers were 62-29, two teams that seemed destined for something special. Both teams,...

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Follow live: Pats host Falcons in Super Bowl rematch

Total Yards ATL343 403NE Turnovers Possession 34:0525:55 1st Downs Full Team Stats Gillette Stadium Coverage: NBC Foxboro, MA 02035 Line: NE -3.0 Over/Under: 57 Capacity: 68,756 Brady throws one of the easiest TD passes of his career Brady throws one of the easiest TD passes of his career play0:33 Jones rips ball away from Butler for TD Jones rips ball away from Butler for...

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Total Yards BAL208 357MIN Turnovers Possession 32:0127:59 1st Downs BAL16 17MIN Full Team Stats U.S. Bank Stadium Coverage: CBS Minneapolis, MN Line: MIN -5.0 Over/Under: 38 Capacity: 73,000 Murray scores first TD with Vikings Murray scores first TD with Vikings play0:19 Wallace exits game with concussion Wallace exits game with concussion play0:15 Carr makes heads-up INT for Ravens Carr makes heads-up INT for Ravens...

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Olney: Verlander regains his fastball, his dominance and his destiny

10:41 AM ET HOUSTON — Justin Verlander was nowhere to be seen when the American League championship trophy was presented here Saturday night. All of the Houston Astros had gathered on the temporary stage that had been hurriedly constructed on the field, and owner Jim Crane and other club officials had gathered with second baseman Jose Altuve and shortstop Carlos Correa at the front...

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