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Steve Kerr wishes the media would stop covering LaVar Ball and Donald Trump

We can’t blame him. Steve Kerr has used his platform as head coach of the Golden State Warriors to express political opinions in the past year, but before a game on Sunday, Kerr remarked how tired he was of hearing about President Donald...Show More Summary

PODCAST AIN’T PLAYED NOBODY: Cupcakes and Midwestern moral indignation

Yes, playing a cupcake the week before Rivalry Week is lame. Yes, we can all survive it without questioning anyone’s manhood. Week 12 is in the rearview! Let’s get a couple of things out of the way and move on to Rivalry Week, baby. Topics: Why...Show More Summary

Tony Romo knew the Raiders were going to blow it on this play

The Patriots took advantage of the Raiders defense, and Romo saw it coming. Tony Romo noticed that the Raiders put rookie safety Obi Melifonwu in a bad spot during Oakland’s Mexico City matchup against the Patriots. He knew exactly what Tom Brady was going to do about it. “This is a bust,” Romo says before the snap. Show More Summary

Bills turn back to Tyrod Taylor, bench Nathan Peterman after 5 interceptions vs. Chargers

Nathan Peterman threw five interceptions in the first half of his first career start Sunday. The Buffalo Bills benched Tyrod Taylor earlier this week and turned to rookie fifth-round pick Nathan Peterman as a starter in Week 11. That...Show More Summary

Eagles vs. Cowboys live stream: How to watch 'Sunday Night Football' online

The battle of second-year quarterbacks heats up in this Week 11 NFC East rivalry game. The Philadelphia Eagles are 8-1 and lead the league heading into Week 11. Carson Wentz will face-off against the oft-compared second-year quarterback Dak Prescott for the Dallas Cowboys in primetime on Sunday Night Football at 8:30 p.m. Show More Summary

Stephen Gostkowski’s 62-yard field goal in Mexico City would have been good from 70

Gostkowski hit a new career-high mark with this one. Stephen Gostkowski set a new career high on Sunday against the Raiders. He booted in a 62-yard field goal during Sunday’s game in Mexico City. Gostkowski nailed this one like it was nothing. Show More Summary

This Packers lineman appears to have peed himself

Pee. If you need to pee in an NFL game, you have two options: Wait until you’re off the field, or pee yourself. Guess which option defensive tackle Mike Daniels chose? Now, to be fair, we can’t know for certain that this is pee. But on the other hand, it sure looks a lot like pee. Show More Summary

Marshawn Lynch sits during U.S. anthem, stands for Mexico anthem prior to Raiders' game vs. Patriots

Lynch has been sitting for the U.S. national anthem all season. Marshawn Lynch — as he’s done for the duration of the NFL season — sat for the national anthem prior to the Raiders’ game against the Patriots in Mexico City. However, Lynch...Show More Summary

Bengals CB Dre Kirkpatrick would have had a 100-yard pick-6 if a ghost hadn’t caused him to fumble

That’s the only possible explanation. The Bengals almost had a 100-yard pick-six against the Broncos. But cornerback Dre Kirkpatrick fumbled it, then recovered it at the 1-yard line. Kirkpatrick intercepted the ball in the end zone and ran it all the way back to nearly score. Nobody’s going to catch him. Show More Summary

Marshon Lattimore leaves Saints game vs. Washington with ankle injury

The Saints had to go without their star cornerback for a a while, but he would return. Upon coming back, he re-injured his ankle. Saints cornerback Marshon Lattimore is questionable to return with an ankle injury against Washington,Show More Summary

Washington tailback Chris Thompson broke his fibula against the Saints

Sheldon Rankins rolled up on Thompson’s leg, ending his day. Washington may be without the services of its top receiving tailback for a while. Chris Thompson suffered a broken leg Sunday’s afternoon in his team’s showdown with the Saints. Thompson...Show More Summary

NFL playoff picture 2017: Where teams stand in Week 11

The NFC is in the spotlight in Week 11. The NFC playoff picture takes center stage in Week 11. On Sunday, there are two games between teams in the conference with winning records, with another one on Monday. The only such matchup inShow More Summary

NFL scores 2017: Live results, highlights, and more from Week 11

The playoff races are in full force as the holiday season approaches. Mid-November in the NFL means two things: the byes are coming to an end, and playoff implications are starting to ramp up. The day got off to a slow start, but things have gotten wilder since. Show More Summary

Nathan Peterman threw 3 picks on his first 8 passes after replacing Tyrod Taylor as the Bills' starter

Welp. The Nathan Peterman era in Buffalo has begun! Peterman threw a tipped pick-six on the opening drive of his first game as starting quarterback. Then he decided to do it again, throwing ANOTHER interception on his second drive. The he did it AGAIN. Show More Summary

Saints overcome 15-point deficit late in the 4th quarter to stun Washington in OT

Drew Brees saved the Saints again. The New Orleans Saints looked toast down 15 late in the fourth quarter, but Drew Brees orchestrated two touchdown drives in the final minutes to lead the team back against Washington and get a 34-31...Show More Summary

The Packers got shut out at home EXACTLY 11 years after the last time they were shut out at home

And by the same defensive coordinator, too. On Sunday, the Ravens channeled the kind of defense that propelled the franchise to the top of the AFC throughout the 2000s. In the process, they put the Packers in a time warp back to 2006. Baltimore...Show More Summary

Mitchell Trubisky gave the Bears a chance to take the Lions to OT, and Connor Barth blew it

Barth missed a field goal that would have tied things up against the Lions. Mitchell Trubisky’s late-game heroics didn’t matter. Connor Barth missed the game-tying kick and blew it for the Bears in Sunday’s loss to the Lions. Trubisky was excellent on the team’s last two drives. Show More Summary

Giants pull off shocking OT win against the Chiefs thanks to Roger Lewis' incredible catch

The Giants now have two wins on the season when Ben McAdoo needed one the most. The Chiefs and Giants played one of the more sloppy games during the early slate of Week 11. It ended with the Giants coming out on top in a 12-9 game, earning...Show More Summary

Browns finish a game with 0 penalties for the 1st time in 55 years, but still fall to 0-10

The Browns are still winless, but at least there’s a moral victory to take from another loss. The Cleveland Browns couldn’t find enough offense to beat the Jacksonville Jaguars and get in the win column, but the team had an impressive...Show More Summary

Warriors announcers completely believe Joel Embiid is at '69 percent'

Oh my... Joel Embiid goofed around a few days ago when he said post-game that his conditioning level is at “69 percent.” lmaoooo this guy — sreekar (@sreekyshooter) November 16, 2017 Now his joke is going even...Show More Summary

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