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Vikings feast after Keenum's rushing TD.

The QB fakes the handoff and dashes 9 yards to the end zone, then joins his teammates for a holiday-themed celebration.

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Kellerman puts blame on Dallas' D.

Max Kellerman explains that the Cowboys' offense is struggling without Ezekiel Elliott, but the defense is to blame.

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Doctson makes leaping catch for go-ahead TD late.

Josh Doctson beats Janoris Jenkins and gets down in bounds to put the Redskins in front late in the fourth quarter.

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Cowboys thumped on Thanksgiving, season in peril.

Dak Prescott throws a pair of interceptions and the Cowboys are dominated on both sides of the ball as they lose their third straight game.

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Edwards says the Cowboys are in trouble.

Herm Edwards views the lack of scoring by Dallas as evidence it's a team without an identity.

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All smiles for Griffen after win and welcoming baby boy.

Everson Griffen says he watched the birth of his son on FaceTime and shares how excited he is after the Vikings' win.

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Stephen A. not buying Wentz for MVP.

Stephen A. Smith doesn't see how Eagles QB Carson Wentz is outperforming Patriots QB Tom Brady this season.

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Remembering the Butt Fumble

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  • Long live the Butt Fumble

    Think we've put this, ahem, behind us? Think again. On its fifth anniversary, we proudly present the definitive oral history of the best worst play in football.

When OBJ used one hand

Boom going bust in Seattle?

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  • The last ride of The Legion of Boom: What's next in Seattle?

    It's possible the Seahawks' famed Legion of Boom secondary has played its last snaps together. With age, injuries and contractual dynamics imperiling one of the NFL's most iconic defensive units, it's time to assess past, present and future.