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Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Zach Wilson's last game against the Patriots was a disaster — 4 INTs. He insisted that won't be on his mind in Sunday's rematch. "What does being mad about that game do?" he said. Wilson downplayed the idea that Sunday is a personal measuring stick: "Everything is a steppingstone. We're building something here that's going to be special for a long time. When it's going to be super special, we don't know. All we have to focus on is one step at a time."

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

Jets injury report: LB C.J. Mosley did some running off to the side, but he wasn't full speed. I'd be surprised if he plays Sunday, considering his history with soft-tissue injuries. Rookie Jamien Sherwood would replace him as the "Mike" linebacker.

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'Fish stinks': Judge blames self for Giants' woes

Joe Judge accepted blame for the Giants' struggles this season, saying "the fish stinks from the head down" while emphasizing that it's his responsibility as head coach to help turn things around.

Hour 3: Dark Horse Contenders in the NFL

If OBJ plays tonight and finds chemistry with Case Keenum...things are going to start getting weird in Cleveland. Doris Burke joins to talk about the Knicks win over the Celtics last night & the latest on Ben Simmons & the Sixers. Bart Scott joins to play Real or Not Real and talk about the dark horse contenders in the NFL. 2x Olympic Gold Medalist & MMA fighter Claressa Shields joins to talk about her stepping into the octagon & if/when she'll step back into the boxing ring.

Evan Fournier dazzles in 2OT thriller vs. former team (1:21)
MSG goes wild over Obi Toppin's thunderous throwdown (0:42)
Knicks legends Earl the Pearl and Bernard King do ceremonial jump ball (0:16)

1927 Yankees diary

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  • Immerse yourself in the 1927 Yankees

    "The Diary of Myles Thomas" is an experiment in storytelling, a genre we're calling real-time historical fiction. Experience the Roaring Twenties through the eyes of a mediocre pitcher on the greatest baseball team of all time.