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WATCH: Jerry Hughes is Not Having a Good Day

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Kurtenbach: The Niners showed their best in Mexico City. It’s the NFC’s best

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I have no doubts about that. We all saw the 49ers’ best on Monday night in Mexico City. And after seeing that, I don’t care about the Eagles’ record or the Cowboys’ big win over the Vikings. They’re not beating what the Niners put on the Estadio Azteca field. Perfection isn’t attainable in the NFL, but the 49ers weren’t far off against the Cardinals. The Niners were exceptional in all three phases of the game Monday. They beat their division rival in three other phases, too: physically, mentally, and, by the end of the game, emotionally. It was the kind of win that gets the opposing head coach fired. In this blog post, we'll tell you everything you need to know about How to watch Mosconi Cup 2022 live

The Fastest Minute in NFL Football Week #11

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Speaking of the Cowboys-1, they vexed the Vikings, 40-3. The Saints-3 beat the Rams, 27–20. The suddenly good Lions-3 won their third in a row over the Giants, 31-18. The Commanders-3 won again over the Texans, 23-10. The Patriots-3 won a defensive battle with the Jets, with a last-minute punt return for a TD, 10-3. All four AFC East teams are in the hunt for the playoffs. The Bills-8 bruised the Browns in neutral Detroit, 31–23. The Eagles-6.5 did not cover against the Colts, 17–16. But a win’s a win. The Ravens-12 needed a fumble recovery and a one-yard Lamar Jackson run to top the Panthers 13–3. The Raiders+2.5 hand Wilson’s Broncos another loss in OT, 22–16. The Bengals-4.5 beat the Steelers, 37-30. On Sunday Night Football, the Chiefs-6.5 barely got by the banged-up Chargers, 30-27. On MNF from Mexico, The 49ers-8 dealt the Cards a severe blow, 38-10.

Houston Texans should follow the Raiders lead on Lovie Smith

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Lovie Smith explaining a bit of his philosophy on cover 2 on 3rd downs and not worrying about it being predictable. Always appreciate when coaches dive in schematically a little even though they can’t say too much publicly.

WATCH: Davis Mills Shows Off His Precision Throwing Skills

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My mother always said if you don't have something nice to say, don't say anything at all.

Houston Texans Are Dead Last in Latest Power Rankings

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We’re just one day away from NFL Kickoff 2023 and with that comes the seemingly never-ending predictions, rankings and prognostications. Super Bowl favorites, didn’t-make-the-2022-playoffs-but-will-this-year lists, MVP candidates and more have all been prematurely anointed. Among those is the PFT list of Week One Power Rankings for the 2023 season. Mike Florio is apparently not a man of faith when it comes to Cal McNair’s chances in 2023. If you’re a fan of the Houston Texans, it ain’t pretty. More proof that football is back. pic.twitter.com/dxt5axm1l4 — ProFootballTalk (@ProFootballTalk) September 6, 2022 Now, it’s easy to believe several of the teams on the left side of this graphic are currently in a better position to win than our H-Town lads. The Los Angeles Rams, Buffalo Bills, Las Vegas Raiders and Tampa Bay Buccaneers may well be the class of the NFL this year. Where the >ouch< comes in is on the right side, particularly the teams not far ahead of the Texans. The New York Jets, New York Giants, Atlanta Falcons and Chicago Bears... not to mention the Jacksonville Jaguars. The Glitter Kitties should just take out a mortgage on the #32 slot and never miss a payment...

Does Jaguars GM Trent Baalke's Comments Change Texans Draft Strategy?

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The Houston Texans are at the mercy of two teams in terms who they will select with the No. 3 overall selection. After Friday's press conference, what seemed to be a three-man race for Houston now could end up changing by Thursday evening. Jacksonville Jaguars general manager Trent Baalke met with the local media to discuss what the organization could do with the No. 1 pick. When asked if the team had finalized its top selection, Baalke said their selection process was a "work in progress" and several players were "valued very similar." Watch National Finals Rodeo 2022 live stream online on official channels. Get Las Vegas NFR live stream, date, time, tickets, results.

It hasn’t sat well with the Tiger-Cats that they are considered the underdog (+3 at Caesar’s Sportsbook) in Sunday’s game.

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CFL Grey Cup is back in Hamilton! The Hamilton Tiger-Cats host the Winnipeg Blue Bombers at Tim Hortons Field on Sunday, December 12, 2021. 108th Grey Cup will feature a rematch of the 2019 event between the Winnipeg Blue Bombers and Hamilton Tiger-Cats, which was won 33-23 by the Blue Bombers.

Watson has a magic bullet...

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Opting out under COVID-19 guidelines? Maybe so.