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It was perfectly clear to the Giants left tackle what McPhee was trying to do midweek when he proclaimed, "We gonna tear their ass up" in promising to punish quarterback Eli Manning at MetLife Stadium. Each team scored early, the Bears on Jay Cutler's 19-yard touchdown pass to tight end Zach Miller, the Giants on Rashad Jennings' 2-yard run. But both Connor Barth and Gould missed their extra point tries.
  • Mitt Romney Considered For Secretary Of State

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    Too bad!" he tweeted . "Great people coming. You'll see". In March, during the Republican primary race, Mr Romney said Mr Trump had neither "the temperament nor the judgement to be president", accusing him of bullying, misogyny and dishonesty.
  • National Hockey League roundup: Late goal lifts Columbus

    National Hockey League roundup: Late goal lifts Columbus

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    I've seen things get away pretty quickly when teams just aren't ready to go. Columbus Blue Jackets center Alexander Wennberg celebrates his game-winning goal with left wing Nick Foligno, defenseman Zach Werenski, right wing Cam Atkinson and center Sam Gagner.
  • NASCAR to crown champion, send off Tony Stewart at season finale

    NASCAR to crown champion, send off Tony Stewart at season finale

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    One of the most structured and regimented drivers in the series, he's handling the stress of a hectic championship week like a pro. Kevin Harvick led most of the early laps, with Carl Edwards, Joey Logano and Kyle Busch right behind. "I was racing for my life up to that point", he said. It's just not top of mind. Stewart's career was given the highlight reel treatment in the pre-race drivers meeting with a colorful video of his biggest wins , playful banter and snippy one-liners.
  • Kagiso Rabada powers South Africa 177-run win

    Kagiso Rabada powers South Africa 177-run win

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    Earlier in the day, Rabada completed a memorable five-wicket haul when he trapped Starc with a piercing yorker and celebrated his milestone by kissing the pitch to kick-start South African revelry that undoubtedly will last long into the night.
  • ATP announces 'Next Gen' finals for 21-and-unders

    ATP announces 'Next Gen' finals for 21-and-unders

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    EPA/HAYOUNG JEONFeliciano Lopez (L) of Spain and Marc Lopez of Spain (R) in action against Rajeev Ram of the United States and Raven Klaasen of South Africa during their Men's doubles match at the ATP World Tour Finals tennis tournament at the O2 Arena in London , Britain, 18 November 2016.
  • Swedish moves to interview Julian Assange in embassy welcomed by Ecuador

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    Leaving the confines of the embassy - which is legally sovereign Ecuadorian territory - would nearly certainly result in his immediate arrest by British police and eventual extradition to Sweden or possibly the US. He wants a chance to clear his name. "[Julian Assange] has claimed and been given political asylum which is his right under national and global human rights law".
  • Magical Toure puts Man City back on top

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    Toure, had been out of the side due to numerous comments made by his agent Dimitri Seluk towards Guardiola. His team were better in the second half, equalising through Connor Wickham, but it is now five defeats in a row for Pardew, this one in front of American majority shareholder Joshua Harris.
  • Arizona Cardinals vs Minnesota Vikings

    Arizona Cardinals vs Minnesota Vikings

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    The Cardinals are allowing 295.2 yards per game compared to the Vikings' 308.8 yards per game. But Patterson took the second-half boot four yards deep in the end zone and sprinted down the field for the fifth kickoff return for a touchdown in his four-year career.
  • Patriots get back on track with 30-17 win

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    On the other side, you have the San Francisco 49ers. It was NBC Sunday Night Football and the 49ers beat the Patriots 41-34. The Patriots ran for 85 yards in the first half against the league's worst run defense . The 49ers are coming off a 23-20 road loss to the Cardinals in which they held star running back David Johnson to just 2.9 yards per carry on 19 rush attempts, and the team to only three points in the second half - although, on a game-winning field goal as time expired.
  • Tom Brady Enjoys A Happy Homecoming

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    Either way, the Patriots have turned this road game across the country into an atmosphere that is not too different from a home game, which is a pretty special accomplishment. LEWIS' DEBUT: Pats running back Dion Lewis made his season debut after recovering from reconstructive surgery on his left knee. He caught passes out of the backfield and rushed the ball five times for 23 yards.
  • No. 13 Michigan State escapes FGCU, 78-77, following wild finish

    No. 13 Michigan State escapes FGCU, 78-77, following wild finish

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    There was plenty of confusion in the aftermath, especially from Florida Gulf Coast's bench, and the officials eventually went to the replay monitor before determining the game was over. And college basketball has its first clock controversy of the season. Isaiah Briscoe and Mychal Mulder each had 13 points and Bam Adebayo had 12 with eight rebounds for Kentucky, which outrebounded Duquesne 49-32 to win its second game of the Bluegrass Showcase.