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In what’s become an all-too-familiar theme of the 2017 season, the NFL’s Week 10 ratings took a drop when compared to last year.Citing a SportsBusiness Daily report (subscription required), Pro Football Talk’s Mike Florio noted the significance of this happening in Week 10. (read more)


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Top takeaways from Week 11 in the NFL

20-11-2017 6:37 AM | yardbarker | similar news

Sunday’s Week 11 NFL action was riddled with some horrific quarterback play. From a rookie in Buffalo that showed he didn’t belong on the field to another in Denver that has yet to prove himself worthy of being a starter, that was the name of the game for multiple teams around the league. (read more)

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We’re not sure if it was something in the water that turned the early games Sunday in NFL Week 11 into a chaos-filled whirlwind of craziness, but we loved it. Multiple games went down to the wire, with two needing overtime to decide the victor. (read more)

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15 biggest disappointments of NFL Week 11

20-11-2017 6:33 AM | yardbarker | similar news

Week 11 saw plenty of surprises and several big disappointments as the playoff race truly heats up. Playoff contenders are separating from each other, with some teams looking a bit worse for wear as they come up against each other. (read more)

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Philadelphia 76ers rookie point guard Markelle Fultz has already missed over two weeks with a shoulder injury and could be out quite a bit longer.According to Sam Amico, the Sixers aren’t expecting Fultz back for another two or three weeks. (read more)

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Cleveland Cavaliers superstar LeBron James said Sunday he believes former San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick is being blackballed by NFL owners. Dave McMenamin of ESPN. (read more)

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NFL Network analyst Michael Irvin has delivered some hot takes over the years, but what he said on Sunday may have been the most asinine one yet.Irvin appeared on NFL Network’s “NFL Gameday Morning” show before Sunday’s games kicked off, and for some reason, he teed off on offensive linemen. (read more)

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David Lee Retires from NBA After 12-Year Career

19-11-2017 9:30 PM | bleacherreport | similar news

Former NBA All-Star David Lee formally announced his retirement in an Instagram post featuring photos of a retirement celebration: Lee, 34, last played for the San Antonio Spurs during the 2016-17 season. He averaged 13. (read more)

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The Philadelphia 76ers announced on Sunday that rookie guard Markelle Fultz will have his shoulder re-evaluated in two to three weeks and his return to gameplay will be dependent on how his shoulder responds to training and practicing before that evaluation (h/t Sam Amick of USA Today): Fultz's ongoing shoulder saga is yet another setback for a 76ers youngster after Joel Embiid dea (read more)

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LeSean McCoy offered two potential outcomes for Nathan Peterman’s first NFL start and one of them ended up coming true.Last week, Bills coach Sean McDermott made the decision to bench Tyrod Taylor for Sunday’s game against the Chargers and go with Nathan Peterman instead. (read more)

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Rahm earned his third worldwide win of the year by beating the season's best on the European Tour (read more)

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Prior to his team’s Week 11 loss to the Cincinnati Bengals, Denver Broncos boss John Elway said his team “got a little bit soft.” After the Week 11 game, Chris Harris Jr. (read more)

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Nothing really makes sense in our world any more. Rookies are playing like ten-year pros, Arthur memes are taking over the planet, and the president is feuding with LaVar Ball. (read more)

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Nothing good results from an NFL team executive calling out their players regarding their performance on the field. So when Broncos president of football operations/general manager John Elway said the team’s players “got a bit soft” over the weekend, we knew those comments wouldn’t go over well in the locker room. (read more)

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An All-Star with the New York Knicks and Golden State Warriors during a 12-year NBA career, David Lee announced his retirement from the Association in an Instagram post on Sunday. Lee, 34, last played with the San Antonio Spurs in 2016-17. (read more)

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The NBA's trade market has been highly active since the offseason, and the possibility is present for more effective veterans to be on the move in the coming weeks and months. With many teams focusing on the youth movement rather than having an experienced lineup, there is reason to believe reinforcements will be available for teams looking to make deep playoff runs during the 2017-18 season. (read more)

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