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Jets report card: The coaches deserve some blame
Grading the Jets after their 25-6 loss to the Patriots on Sunday.
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Gerrit Cole booed off mound as Yankees get pummeled by Indians again
The Yankees couldn’t even count on Gerrit Cole to keep them in a game they sorely needed to win, and the antsy Bronx fans let him know about it.
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Sam Darnold, Panthers improve to 2-0 with dominant win over Saints
Sam Darnold threw for 305 yards and two touchdowns, and the Carolina defense turned in another strong performance in a 26-7 win over the Saints.
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Zach Wilson throws four interceptions in ugly Jets loss to Patriots
This time it was Jets fans left seeing ghosts by the Patriots.
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Patriots’ Kyle Van Noy trolls Jets, Zach Wilson with mid-game ‘ghosts’ tweet
The Patriots are tormenting the Jets on and off the field.
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Brazilian soccer star Hulk having child with ex-wife’s niece
Hulk started dating the 32-year-old — niece of his ex-wife Iran Angelo — in late 2019 after ending his 12-year relationship with his former lover just a few months earlier.
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Former Jets RB Frank Gore training for boxing career
Running back Frank Gore may not be officially retired from football, but the former Jet is eyeing a career in a new sport.
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Jets’ Denzel Mims inactive vs. Patriots in latest twist
The curious case of Denzel Mims took another turn Sunday.
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Sofia LaSpina becomes first female football player in Long Island history to score TD
Sofia LaSpina has etched her name in history.
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Padres vs. Cardinals prediction: Take Over with struggling starters
The San Diego Padres pitching staff has been decimated to the point at which Jake Arrieta, whose teams (the Cubs and now the Padres) have lost 11 straight times in his starts, will get another start on Sunday against the St. Louis Cardinals. Arrieta has given up at least three runs in 13 of his...
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How NFL bettors can cash in on inflated prices caused by Week 1 surprises
The VSiN NFL handicapper takes a look at some betting angles for two of Sunday’s games. Denver Broncos at Jacksonville Jaguars The Broncos averaged only 335 yards per game last year, but generated 420 in Teddy Bridgewater’s first start last Sunday in a 27-13 victory over the Giants as a three-point road chalk. Speaking of...
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Jets vs. Patriots: Preview, predictions, what to watch for
An inside look at Sunday’s Jets-Patriots Week 2 matchup at MetLife Stadium: Marquee matchup Patriots RB Damien Harris vs. Jets front seven Panthers star Christian McCaffrey ate the Jets up last week to the tune of 187 total yards from scrimmage. No one is as talented in that role as McCaffrey, but it exposed a...
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Ever wonder how that catcher’s mask works? It’s shocking
The inspiration came from, as Jason Klein described it, “the absolute kill shot.”
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Manny Machado, Fernando Tatis Jr. get into dugout shouting match during Padres’ loss
ST. LOUIS — With the San Diego Padres squabbling amongst themselves, the St. Louis Cardinals rallied to solidify their postseason position. Tyler O’Neill hit a go-ahead, two-run homer in the eighth inning and the Cardinals came back to beat the Padres 3-2 Saturday night after San Diego stars Manny Machado and Fernando Tatis Jr. had...
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Lamar Jackson and Ravens get another shot to flip script vs. Chiefs
Lamar Jackson can deflect the attention and pressure on himself until the sun goes down. Nevertheless, the spotlight on the Ravens-Chiefs showdown Sunday night in Baltimore will be squarely on the quarterbacks in the game — Jackson and Kansas City’s Patrick Mahomes. And, facts are facts: Jackson is 0-3 against Mahomes, having lost to him...
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Mets drop fifth straight in ugly loss to rival Phillies
Now that the playoff talk has been realistically muted, the next question becomes this: Can the Mets at least avoid the embarrassment of a losing season? It doesn’t look good for the orange and blue. The Mets took another step backward Saturday night, when they weren’t particularly sharp on any front in a 5-3 loss...
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Jets have shot to give Patriots first 0-2 start since before Tom Brady
The last time the New England Patriots opened a season 0-2, Jets quarterback Zach Wilson was 2 years old.
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White Sox’s Mike Wright, Tony LaRussa suspended after throwing at Shohei Ohtani
White Sox pitcher Mike Wright was suspended for three games and manager Tony La Russa for one on Saturday by MLB, which concluded Wright intentionally threw at the Los Angeles Angels' Shohei Ohtani.
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Bryson DeChambeau-Brooks Koepka rivalry among top Ryder Cup storylines
Europe and the United States will play the 43rd Ryder Cup Friday through Sunday this week at Whistling Straits. Here’s a look at some facts and storylines.
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Yankees need Gerrit Cole to be a hero with season on the line
Gerrit Cole needs to be a hero Sunday, regardless of what he thinks of the role.
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Bryce Young throws 3 TDs as Alabama holds off Florida
GAINESVILLE, Fla. — Bryce Young’s first collegiate road start was a rousing success, a three-touchdown performance that helped top-ranked Alabama beat No. 11 Florida 31-29 in the Southeastern Conference opener for both teams Saturday. The defending national champion Crimson Tide stopped a 2-point conversion with 3:10 left and extended its winning streak to 17, making...
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How these three teams can help you make late fantasy baseball push
There’s not much time left in the season, which means, if you’re still alive, you have to do whatever you can to gain an edge. If that means picking up a red-hot bat, like Brandon Belt and dropping an ice-cold Yu Darvish or Kyle Hendricks, so be it. You could also trying playing the matchups....
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Why Seth Lugo’s rough patch has Mets so concerned
Seth Lugo’s most recent performance was something of a red flag to the Mets. 
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Morgan Barron standing out among the other Rangers’ prospects
In a sea of prospects, Morgan Barron is standing out — as could have been expected.
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Rutgers wallops Delaware for first 3-0 start since 2012
Noah Vedral threw for two touchdowns and Isaih Pacheco ran for two more as host Rutgers defeated Delaware 45-13 Saturday for its first 3-0 start since 2012.
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‘Once Upon a Time’ provides comfort from current Mets’ reality
The 'Once Upon a Time' documentary has provided some comfort for Mets fans, especially during this time of year when their playoff hopes are dwindling away.
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Mets’ failures in clutch spots top reason for slew of one-run losses
The Mets entered Saturday with losses in 15 of their past 17 games that had been decided by one run, just another reason their postseason chances have all but evaporated. 
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Euro’s Ryder Cup success stems from off-course bond— and brilliant videos
The European Tour's social media features some of the most brilliant, playful, self-deprecating video content that encapsulates their all-for-one camaraderie.
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A candid conversation with the Jets’ John Franklin-Myers
Jets defensive end John Franklin-Myers tackles some Q&A with Post columnist Steve Serby.
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Jameis Winston off to good start in trying to resurrect career with Saints
Jameis Winston was maddening, on the field and off of it, too immature or entitled and armed with red flags that gave some NFL people pause when the Bucs made him the No. 1 pick of the 2015 draft. 
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