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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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    [2021] Week 4 Headlines

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    Jaguars, Patriots, Giants, Cardinals did not submit headlines in week 3.

     

    Violations so far:
    Seahawks: 1

    Jaguars: 1

    Patriots: 1

    Giants: 1

    Cardinals: 1

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    The Milwaukee Journal-Sentinel

    Pack Leaders of the NFC World

    The Green Bay Packers continue their resurgence to the national spotlight; the Green and Gold proceed to 21-3 (7-1) since the start of the 2020 season under coach Inspardi.

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    Coach Vince Inspardi shares a cigarette on the sidelines with injured RB Gil Novacek after the final score of the Bear's game is announced at Lambeau Field.

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    CHIEFS DOWN BIRDS

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    The Chiefs dynamic duo of Terrance Rodgers and Justin Buchanan persisted for 192 rushing yards and 2 TDs Sunday afternoon in Kansas City. The Eagles held a 17-6 lead heading into the 4th quarter, but untimely turnovers by Allen Taylor (fumble and interception) along with key defensive injuries (Whiting and Kassel) allowed the Kansas City squad to score 14 unanswered to squeak out the win. The Eagles continue their road trip this Sunday against another hot team battling injuries in New Orleans.

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