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Wentz's dominance continues

After another solid performance, Carson Wentz has the Eagles sitting atop the NFL while leading the league in touchdown passes.

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Eagles

NFL

Wentz's wild escape from every angle.

On a third down early in the fourth quarter, Carson Wentz appears to be sacked but somehow manages to escape for a 17-yard gain.

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Cavaliers

NBA

Cavaliers

NBA

LeBron involved in Wade coming off the bench?

Jalen Rose explains how he thinks LeBron James was involved in the guard coming off the Cavaliers' bench and J.R. Smith taking the starting role.

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World Series

Begins Oct. 24

MLB

Astros and Dodgers set for an exciting World Series.

For the first time since 1970, two 100-win teams will face off in the Fall Classic.

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Eagles

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Eagles

NFL

Wentz gives game ball to family of Lukas Kusters.

The quarterback delivers a game ball to Travis Kusters and his family, who were standing on the sideline Monday night.

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NBA

NBA

Curry comforts Devin Harris' nephew after loss of father.

Ahead of the Warriors' matchup against the Mavericks, Steph Curry hugs and comforts Brayden Harris, Mavericks guard Devin Harris' nephew. Brayden lost his father in a car accident last week.

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Heisman Candidates

Stanford

NCAAF

Love's eye-catching start adding him to Heisman mix.

Stanford's Bryce Love is one of the most dynamic running backs in the nation and is making an impression this season.

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Ryan on pace to be biggest fantasy bust.

As the Falcons and Matt Ryan continue to crumble, Matthew Berry encourages owners to try to trade Matt Ryan, as he is no longer a must-start QB.

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On This Date: Oct. 24, 1959

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  • Wilt Chamberlain makes NBA debut

    Chamberlain's first start was for the Philadelphia Warriors. In making his debut, he immediately became the league's highest-paid player, making about $30,000 in his rookie contract.