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Barnwell: What to copy from the Chiefs' cheat-code offense

The Chiefs are 3-0 and scoring at will. Here are the lessons the NFL can learn from Kansas City's record-setting start.

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Week 3 takeaways: Panic time for Cowboys, Raiders?

Dallas couldn't convert third downs, and Oakland disappeared after the half. NFL Nation looks at Week 3.

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Tour Championship

Tiger's first win since 2013

SportsCenter with SVP: Tiger Woods says finally winning again is 'surreal'

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It’s official: After ups and downs, Tiger is back

Five years removed from his last win, Woods summoned his greatness one more time Sunday at the Tour Championship.

Week 3 Reaction

Let's overreact to Week 3: Is the league going soft?

Does Clay Matthews have a point about the league's direction? Does Dallas need a new QB? We have answers to the big questions.

Matthews gets flagged again for roughing the passer

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Patriots lack urgency once again as questions mount

When a team doesn't respond the way it preached it has to all week, it's fair to question the coach. Is Bill Belichick's message getting across?

Johnson becomes Lions' first 100-yard rusher in 70 games

Kerryon Johnson's 10-yard run in the fourth quarter gives the Lions their first 100-yard rusher in a game since Reggie Bush in 2013.

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Stafford lobs 33-yard TD to Jones

Matt Stafford tosses a pass 33 yards downfield to Marvin Jones Jr., who catches it in stride for the touchdown.

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Golladay stretches across goal line for TD

Kenny Golladay appears to get the ball across goal line, but is ruled down short. After a challenge, the ruling was reversed to a touchdown.

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Brady gets picked off by Slay

Tom Brady sends a pass downfield looking for Phillip Dorsett, but the ball is intercepted by Darius Slay.

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Clark breaks down Lions' shocking win over the Pats

Ryan Clark examines how the Lions were able to pull off an upset win over the Patriots Sunday night.

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Brady on struggles: 'We're not executing well enough'

Tom Brady expresses his thought on what is going on with the Patriots after starting the season 1-2.

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Patricia expresses the respect he has for Belichick

Lions head coach Matt Patricia knows the importance of a win versus the Patriots and shares his interaction with Bill Belichick after the game.

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Belichick bluntly says Pats need to do everything better

Bill Belichick expresses his thoughts on the Patriots' loss to the Lions, but isn't worried about the team's 1-2 record.

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Clark urges fans to give Pats benefit of doubt

Ryan Clark gives credits to the Lions but points out that the Patriots only had 3 wide receivers active on the roster so their offense is bound to improve.

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Brady lasers TD pass to White

Tom Brady tosses a brilliant pass to James White in the end zone, who secures it for the touchdown.

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NBA

NBA Power Rankings: Camp questions for all 30 teams

With media days in full swing across the league, and with plenty of new faces in new places, who are the best and worst teams heading into camp?

Lowe: The players I'm most intrigued by this season

Here are the guys who could make or break the season for six teams.

More On Tiger's Win

In a nation divided, Tiger Woods serves as a rare unifier

Woods' victory provided common ground for President Trump, hip-hop royalty and many fans.

Tiger exuberant after sealing Tour Championship win

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Week 3 Scoreboard

MLB's Final Week

Pennant races, award chases and more: What’s left to play for in MLB

With seven days left to play, only one NL team has clinched a playoff spot. From the races to be decided to the award chases, here's your guide to the homestretch.

Pennant chase at a glance: NL spots still up for grabs

We're down to five teams fighting for four playoff berths in the National League.

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Why people can't stop watching Ninja

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  • Living The Stream

    How did Ninja become gaming's first crossover star? The "Fortnite" legend is relentless about one thing: He's always on.