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They are dominating the ground game - even when teams know it is coming they can't stop it - and the quarterback is executing the game plan perfectly while only throwing on average of 31 times per game. Last January, Smith called for the Bengals to promote offensive coordinator Hue Jackson to head coach, but that's not going to happen now, since Jackson took the head coaching job in Cleveland a few days later.
  • 'It's humiliating' - Mourinho slams Conte for Chelsea touchline antics

    'It's humiliating' - Mourinho slams Conte for Chelsea touchline antics

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    However, Mourinho's complaint smacked of sour grapes after he has made a habit of celebrating both goals and victories with reckless abandon during his managerial career. Neville added: "I have to say when I look at United I still don't know what their best XI is". Mourinho exchanged words with Antonio Conte following the final whistle and appeared to be disgruntled by the Italian encouraging the home fans to cheer after N'Golo Kante made it 4-0.
  • Pep Guardiola keeps Man City players back after Southampton draw

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    The Saints went ahead in the 27th minute following a disastrous back pass from England centre-half Stones, who nonchalantly laid the ball back into the City penalty area despite the presence of Redmond. We were together, we speak but nothing special. "We spoke [in the dressing room] about the situation we have. I have to help them achieve what we had in the second half".
  • The Moment Hillary Clinton Learned the Chicago Cubs Are World Series-Bound

    The Moment Hillary Clinton Learned the Chicago Cubs Are World Series-Bound

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    When the Dodgers' Yasiel Puig grounded into a double play to end the game, Wrigley Field erupted as Cubs players stormed the mound to celebrate. But with the victory before 42,386 ecstatic fans at Wrigley Field, the Cubs wrapped up the National League Championship Series 4-2 and will face the Cleveland Indians in the 112th World Series starting on Tuesday in Cleveland.
  • Broncos gear up for Brock Osweiler: 'We just want to kill him'

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    Peyton Manning's retirement left a gaping hole in the Broncos offense, but it was expected that Osweiler would step in, take over and become their next franchise quarterback. The first was an unnecessary jump ball, the next went high and the third and painfully low and all were incomplete. Osweiler said that at the time he was frustrated about the benching, but he quickly gained perspective.
  • Mathews injured, Herath set to make captaincy debut against Zimbabwe

    Mathews injured, Herath set to make captaincy debut against Zimbabwe

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    Mathews missed the last leg of the limited over series against Australia with a calf injury and has complained of a stiff calf during the last few days and on examination doctors have found a calf tear. Sri Lanka will also play Zimbabwe and the West Indies in a tri-series starting from November 14. With the withdrawal of these premium players, Lanka have brought in three new faces in the squad against Zimbabwe-fast bowlers Kasun Madushanka and Lahiru Kumara and all-rounder Asela Gunaratne.
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    Minnesota Vikings vs. Philadelphia Eagles Predictions

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    But if Minnesota keeps getting him the ball, it seems like these types of plays are bound to eventually happen once again. He's a big man who can run fast. In that time , according to ESPN Stats & Information, he's thrown for 2,949 yards, with 16 touchdowns and four interceptions. The Vikings defense flustered Brock Osweiler and the Texans' offense.
  • Messi scores brace in Barca 2-3 win at Valencia

    Messi scores brace in Barca 2-3 win at Valencia

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    He was clearly in pain and held a hand over his face when he was carried off. Ivan Rakitic replaced him. Messi has now scored 18 goals in his last 21 games for the Spanish Champions netting six in his last three games against Deportivo La Caruna, Manchester City and Valencia respectively.
  • Eagles: Key fumble should have been dead ball

    Eagles: Key fumble should have been dead ball

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    On the season, the Eagles' 2015 first-round pick has just 13 catches, 147 yards, and 1 touchdown. Whether or not Caldwell's show of emotion had anything to do with the Lions 24-23 win over the Philadelphia Eagles is debatable, but it sure was refreshing to see our head coach look as if he truly cares.
  • Arsenal hammer Ludogorets 6-0 in Champions League

    Arsenal hammer Ludogorets 6-0 in Champions League

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    Wenger is considering sending Bielik out on loan for the second-half of the season, and that should give him the platform to showcase his true ability in the first-team, something that looks near impossible for him to do amidst the competition in North-London.
  • Napoli: De Laurentiis furioso negli spogliatoi del San Paolo

    Napoli: De Laurentiis furioso negli spogliatoi del San Paolo

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    Un Sarri che lascia intravedere un forte spirito di accettazione per il momento negativo della squadra, misto a pensieri fiduciosi sulla crescita del gruppo. Aurelio De Laurentiis , a caldo, si era sfogato con una fugace "visita" nello spogliatoio del Napoli: poi ha scelto più saggiamente la strada della riflessione.
  • Colin Kaepernick to retain 49ers starting spot for Tampa Bay test

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    Kaepernick picked up five of the 49ers' eight first downs rushing on his seven attempts, not including a kneeldown to run out the clock at the end of the first half. Gabbert also owns a record of just 9-31 in his six-year career, giving him the worst win percentage of any quarterback who has made more than 30 starts in National Football League history.