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The Game lives up to the hype this year as (10-1) Michigan traveled to Columbus to take on (10-1) Ohio State for the right to take on Purdue in the B1G Championship. After a grueling battle that took 2 overtimes to decide, it was the Wolverines who stood victorious 36-33 in what was possibly the best game of the season.


The Las Vegas Raiders and the Denver Broncos both won their games Sunday, setting up a week 17 showdown to decide the AFC West. The Raiders toppled the Chiefs 24-14 and the Broncos survived the Jaguars 27-23.


As the final week of the regular season wraps up, teams turn their attention to the conference championships and bowl season. There are some solid match ups to look forward to with big implications.


The Detroit Lions and the Indianapolis Colts won this week, while the New England Patriots and the Minnesota Vikings took losses, all becoming 6-9 on the season.
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    Patriots OLB Randy Lehr announces retirement

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    Patriots outside linebacker Randy Lehr is calling it a career. The decorated former Pro Bowler, currently in his 8th year, will not be returning for training camp next year. The 30 year old former USC standout was drafted by the Cincinnati Bengals with the 52nd pick (4th round) in the original 2014 NFLHC Draft.


    Lehr has missed the majority of the second half of the season with a moderate toe sprain, a catalyst, he says, for his retirement. "The mind is willing but the body just isn't doing it anymore. I've had fun, I've had my ride. It's time for the younger guys to step up. I'm looking forward to bringing my knowledge to the younger generation and maybe some day I'll see my son Cody drafted."

    Lehr will be questionable for his final game but, with the game not meaning much to the organization, is hopeful he can take a few final snaps before his career comes to an end.


    OLB Randy Lehr 6-1 231 7 USC [Coverage] 80

    Cincinnati Bengals (2014-2015), Detroit Lions (2016-2017), New England Patriots (2018-2021)

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