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Cowboys, Dak Prescott Closer to Deal

For over a year, Dak Prescott and his ongoing contract extension talks have dominated national sports media. They have also led to countless debates online and on television. Is he worth $40 million? Most say no. Russell Wilson is the league’s highest-paid quarterback and makes an average of $35 million …

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AFC Playoff Picture Heats Up

Now that Week 11 of the NFL has come to an end, The AFC is tighter than it seems. With a lot of talent all around, the playoff picture in the AFC can change with only six weeks left in the regular season. With powerhouses like the Patriots and Ravens, …

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Patriots Begin Quest to Repeat at Training Camp

The landscape of the NFL has changed tremendously over the past 20 years. Teams rise to prominence, only to fall just as quickly. The constant for the past two decades has been the success of the New England Patriots. The Patriots have put together one of the greatest dynasties in …

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Rob Gronkowski Retires From NFL

Rob Gronkowski, who is considered by many as the greatest tight end of all time, recently announced his retirement from football. Even though he was in the NFL for under a decade, it is evident that he is on the Mount Rushmore of tight ends. I will be retiring from …

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New England Patriots seek another AFC title run

The New England Patriots (12-5) will play at Kansas City in next week’s AFC title game. The Patriots defeated the Chiefs, 43-40, in Foxborough in Week 6. Therefore, the Patriots finished 9-0 at home this season. Sony Michel Helps Extend Tom Brady’s Reign. Sony Michel, the first round pick out …

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Are the Pats Done?

Is everything fine in Foxborough? The New England Patriots are 1-2 through three weeks for the first time since the 2012-2013 season. Here are some things that were going on the last time the Patriots were in this situation: The NHL was in week No. 2 of its player’s lockout. The …

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Patriots Suffer Another Loss

Matt Patricia secured his first win as an NFL head coach when he led the Detroit Lions to victory against his previous team, the New England Patriots. Patricia spent 14 seasons with the Patriots prior to Sunday’s 26-10 win over them. The Lions’ starting quarterback Matthew Stafford said he’s sure …

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