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Chiefs Rout Patriots on Monday Night Football

Posted: 09/29/2014 - Jamaal Charles returned from an ankle injury to score three touchdowns, Tom Brady was picked off twice by the opportunistic Chiefs, and Kansas City routed New England 41-14 to hand Bill Belichick one of his worst losses as coach of the Patriots.

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Hoke Discusses Morris' Health Amid Criticism

Posted: 09/29/2014 - Michigan coach Brady Hoke says he has never kept a player in a game who he thought had a concussion - and as far as he knew, quarterback Shane Morris had an injured ankle near the end of the Wolverines' loss to Minnesota over the weekend.

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  • Why the Nationals will win it all
    Not to suggest that it's been a while since a team from Washington won a World Series. But ... The last time it happened -- a mere 90 years ago -- it gave that team from D.C. (Walter Johnson's proud Washington Senators) as many World Series championships in franchise history as the Yankees had won, at the time (one). No kidding. OK, so obviously, that changed. Along with a lot of other stuff -- in life, in baseball and in our ever-harmonious nation's capital. But while the Washington Senators won't be participating when baseball's postseason gets rolling Tuesday, a team from Washington will be participating. And that's not all. (Caution: Dangerous, non-clairvoyant, totally unreliable prediction ahead.) You see, that team from Washington -- those deep, multitalented 96-win Nationals -- are going to win the World Series, and end a nine-decade title drought in their town that began in the Calvin Coolidge administration. You can pretty much guarantee it ... Not...
  • Forecast: Predicting the postseason
    With the regular season now in the rearview mirror, ESPN Forecast is here to tell you how the postseason will play out. Our Forecaster panel weighs in now with predictions for which teams will win the American League and National League wild-card games, the four division series, two league championship series and ultimately who will win the World Series. Several of our experts also reveal their pick-by-pick selections for which teams will advance in this year's playoffs. Which team will win the AL wild-card game? RANK TEAM VOTES 1 ...
  • Arbitrator will rule on Rice appeal
    A neutral arbitrator, rather than someone appointed by commissioner Roger Goodell, will rule on the NFL Players Association's appeal of Ray Rice's indefinite suspension, according to a copy of an email obtained by ESPN. In the email, NFLPA executive director DeMaurice Smith told the union's executive board that "for the first time ever, the league in the Rice appeal has agreed to a neutral arbitrator" in a personal conduct disciplinary case. Both sides have submitted candidates for the arbitration, and according to Smith, the union will "confer with the league shortly regarding the final choice of the arbitrator." The NFL had said when the appeal was filed Sept. 16 that Goodell did not intend to personally hear the appeal, with a spokesman saying, "The commissioner never intended to hear the appeal." "This occurs in the context of a difficult set of facts and circumstances [but] it is a positive movement on the overall question of neutral...
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  • Slide, Prayer by Chiefs Player Brings Big Buzz
    Slide, prayer, penalty: Social media buzzes after touchdown by devout Muslim on Chiefs

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