Eagles rout 49ers to win NFC championship advance to Super Bowl

Eagles rout 49ers to win NFC championship advance to Super Bowl

Behind a stifling defensive performance, the Philadelphia Eagles punched their ticket to Super Bowl LVII after defeating the San Francisco 49ers 31-7 in the NFC Championship Game on Sunday.

Quarterback and penalty woes marred San Francisco throughout the game. The Niners were forced to largely rely on the ground game, with running back Christian McCaffrey accounting for their touchdown.

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Instant analysis of Chiefs’ Week 7 win vs. 49ers

Instant analysis of Chiefs’ Week 7 win vs. 49ers

This game started off about as poorly as possible for the Kansas City Chiefs. They gave up big play after big play on defense, Patrick Mahomes threw first possession interception and suddenly they were down 10-0 in the first quarter. This team didn’t panic, though. They stuck with it on both sides of the ball and ended up winning the game by over 20 points.

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Cowboys Win Dak’s Return

Cowboys Win Dak’s Return

All eyes were behind center, as quarterback Dak Prescott returned after missing the previous five games due to a fractured thumb on his throwing hand.

Would he show any rust? Would the Dallas Cowboys offense be able to kick things up a notch? Would they take care of business against a struggling Detroit Lions squad?

To say the game was a thing of beauty would perhaps be overselling it,

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2022 NFL season Week 1 What We Learned from Bills’ season-opening win over Rams on Thursday

2022 NFL season Week 1 What We Learned from Bills’ season-opening win over Rams on Thursday

Allen, Bills make statement. Technically, Josh Allen didn’t have a perfect night. He took a sack and threw two interceptions, after all. But anyone watching Thursday’s game knows that the first one was clearly on the receiver; chalk the second pick up to a great play by Rams cornerback Troy Hill, who read the throw beautifully.

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Serena Williams’ legendary tennis career likely over after third-round singles’ play loss at US Open

Serena Williams’ legendary tennis career likely over after third-round singles’ play loss at US Open

Serena Williams’ legendary tennis career has likely come to an end after she fell to Australia’s Ajla Tomljanović in the third round of the US Open at Arthur Ashe Stadium in Flushing, New York.

The 23-time grand slam singles champion leaves an indelible mark, not only on tennis, but all of sport.
Tomljanović,

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Serena Williams Heads To US Open In Pink Skirt After Announcing Retirement

Serena Williams Heads To US Open In Pink Skirt After Announcing Retirement

Serena Williams, 40, was spotted leaving her New York City-area hotel on Aug. 31 as she headed to the second round of the U.S. Open, which is held in Queens. She donned a fitted white tee and a light pink skirt that featured a shiny pink waistband. She kept warm in a black zip-up hoodie and carried Evian water in her right hand and her phone in her left.

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Should the New England Patriots be interested in Roquan Smith

Should the New England Patriots be interested in Roquan Smith

Chicago Bears’ All-Pro linebacker Roquan Smith has requested a trade. Should the New England Patriots be interested in trading for the player?

The NFL world got some significant news today when Chicago Bears’ All-Pro

In the midst of trying to negotiate a long-term deal with Chicago, Smith has apparently had enough. He is the centerpiece of the Bears’ defense and would be a great get for nearly every team.

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‘We’re back’ Golden State Warriors revel in 4th title amid raucous parade

‘We’re back’ Golden State Warriors revel in 4th title amid raucous parade

It’s been three years since the Bay Area hosted a championship parade, but neither the city, nor the Warriors, forgot how to take in the moment.

Stephen Curry hopped on top of a banister at a Muni train station stop and started hitting the sign that was next to him.

“M-V-P!” chants echoed from every direction,

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Warriors missed the Draymond they desperately needed in Game 3

Warriors missed the Draymond they desperately needed in Game 3

The grit that often sustains the Warriors on the road was there only occasionally Wednesday night, and that was not nearly enough.

Not when the Celtics spent most of the evening playing like a pack of energized Draymond Greens, while Draymond himself did not.

And he knows it. Asked to assess his performance after the Warriors took a 116-100 loss in Game 3 of the NBA Finals Wednesday night,

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GP2’s Warriors return unlocks scary new NBA Finals lineup

GP2’s Warriors return unlocks scary new NBA Finals lineup

From the eye test to the box score and the advanced numbers, it’s clear what a difference Gary Payton II’s return to the Warriors made in their 107-88 thrashing of the Boston Celtics on Sunday night in Game 2 of the NBA Finals.

Payton played 25 minutes off the bench, scoring seven points along with three rebounds and three assists.

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