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Bad to brilliant: Wilson keeps Seahawks' playoff hopes alive

Russell Wilson rebounds from rough first half and rallies the Seahawks past the Packers in a game they had to have.

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Rodgers dumbfounded by question about hope for Packers' season

When asked if the Packers still had hopes to make the playoffs at 4-5-1, Aaron Rodgers responds, "What kind of question is that?"

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Wilson finds Dickson for go-ahead TD

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Rodgers pinpoint on 57-yard pass to Adams

Davante Adams hauls in a 57-yard pass that Aaron Rodgers puts right on the money.

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Rodgers connects with Jones for 24-yard TD

Aaron Rodgers lofts a pass to Aaron Jones who hauls it in for a 24-yard Packers touchdown.

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Wagner: Seahawks stayed positive vs Rodgers

Seahawks LB Bobby Wagner says that the defense knew it had to step up to slow down Aaron Rodgers and the Packers in a key win.

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Carroll 'really happy' about win against Packers

Pete Carroll is happy with how the Seahawks played in the second half to beat the Packers 27-24.

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McCarthy calls Packers' loss to Seahawks 'disappointing'

Mike McCarthy says Green Bay fought hard but it still has to figure out how to win on the road.

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Rodgers throws 54-yard dime for Packers TD

Aaron Rodgers rolls right and unloads on a 54-yard touchdown pass to Robert Tonyan.

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Jones runs in for 8-yard Packers TD

Aaron Jones breaks to the outside and goes untouched for a 8-yard score.

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Wilson connects with Baldwin for 6-yard TD

Russell Wilson finds Doug Baldwin in the corner of the end zone for a Seattle touchdown.

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Rockets Move On From Melo

Houston 107, Golden State 86

Harden's 27 points leads way for Rockets

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Where does Carmelo Anthony fit now?

How much can Melo still contribute, and what team makes sense for him?

Golden State Warriors

durant is done talking about Green

KD when questioned about Green: 'Don't ask me that again'

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Kevin Durant and the price of unprecedented power

When gauging the Warriors' response to the Draymond Green-Kevin Durant dust-up, remember who sits at the very top of the NBA.

College Football

The day an MIT prank won the Harvard-Yale game

In 1982, during the middle of The Game between rivals Harvard and Yale, a third player entered the game when MIT students pulled the greatest prank in college football history.

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How UAB engineered college football's greatest comeback

Three years ago, UAB didn't have football. Now the Blazers are 9-1 and division champs heading into a game against Texas A&M and its $75 million coach.

MLB Awards

Newly crowned MVP Mookie Betts staking a claim as MLB's best player

Winning baseball's biggest award adds an exclamation point: There might be nothing that Boston's right-field star can't do on the diamond.

Christian Yelich: 'Unbelievable feeling' being named NL MVP

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On This Date: Nov. 15, 1970

  • AP Photo/Gene Smith
  • Paul Brown defeats former team

    When Brown, as head coach of the expansion Cincinnati Bengals, defeated his former team, the Cleveland Browns, he called the moment his "greatest victory."