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Matt Jones and his #4 Purdue Boilermakers continue the chug along to a B1G West division championship and possibly more following their 38-21 win over Nebraska on the road.

DOLPHINS, SO HOT RIGHT NOW

Things continue to click in Miami and the Dolphins were able to remain undefeated Sunday Night with a 35-19 win over the New York Jets. The acquisition of rookie WR J.C. Weldon seems to be just what the doctor ordered.

LAST NIGHT TOOK AN L

#12 Arizona bounced back in a big way following their surprising loss to the Utah Utes last weekend. Smacking the Colorado Buffaloes 45-10 behind an offensive explosion from QB Sam Parish and his weapons

OH MAN-A-SOTA

Misfortune strikes again in Minnesota as the Vikings get beat down 45-11 by the Baltimore Ravens in their own house. On top of that, their already injury plagued team picked up four more injuries. Was that headline a stretch? Why yes...yes it was.
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    [2020] Week 13 Headlines

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    Kansas City Chiefs, Jacksonville Jaguars, and New Orleans Saints did not submit last week.

     

    Season violations so far:

    Cincinnati Bengals: 2

    Jacksonville Jaguars: 2

    Kansas City Chiefs: 1

    New Orleans Saints: 1

    New England Patriots: 1

    L.A. Rams: 1

    Pittsburgh Steelers: 1

    San Francisco 49ers: 1

     

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    Stunned

    Seattle Head Coach apologizes to Seahawks Fans for the team's performance over the past three weeks, following the unfortunate injuries to stars Jarius Jones & Booker T. Washington. Plans to make adjustments in preparation for Sunday game against the Kansas City Chiefs.

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    Coach TuscanSota addressing questions at the podium, following devastating loss to the Philadelphia Eagles

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    PICK-PICK-PICKADELPHIA

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    The Philadelphia Eagles crushed the injury-plagued Seahawks 24-3 at home on Sunday. The defense pressured young QB Philip Rea into 3 interceptions on the afternoon which pushes the Eagles defensive unit into the league lead with 19 picks in 12 games this season. Pictured: FS Kevin Hartley celebrates a fourth quarter interception. He finished the day with 2 INT and 6 tackles.

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