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PRINCE GEORGE'S COUNTY, Md. — It is completely broken. Not "bad" or "struggling" or "going through a rough stretch" — just flat-out broken. The Seahawks' offense has become a portrait of despair. It is devoid of all potency — as fearsome as a Labradoodle. The return of an eight-time Pro Bowl quarterback has done nothing to resurrect it. One of the most gifted receivers in football has gone all ...

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TAMPA, Fla. ― The game is tight and throats may be tighter. But whether leading or trailing in the final minutes, the Bucs continue to close out games using their pedigree and poise. For the fourth time this season, Tom Brady and the Bucs offense needed to win a game on their final possession or run all the time off the clock to protect a lead. They did it in the NFL opener when trailing by ...

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Despite a late rally, Russell Wilson and the Seahawks offense again came up short in a 17-15 loss at Washington on Monday night. The Seahawks have lost six of their last seven games and dropped to 3-8 overall. Three immediate impressions from the game: All about Russ Same story. Same stinkin’ story. Once again, it’s all about Russ. It was reasonable — and not unexpected — when Russell Wilson ...

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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — They say that real football starts after Thanksgiving. For the Patriots, you couldn't have asked for a better start to this holiday season. The Patriots 2-4 start feels like a distant memory and on Sunday, against the AFC’s top-seeded Tennessee Titans, the Pats put together one of their best performances of the season. Despite being down multiple top offensive weapons, the ...

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HOUSTON — It was the definition of a team win for Gang Green. The offense was balanced, and the defense played lights out and the end result was a 21-14 win over the Houston Texans. Zach Wilson had a pedestrian day in his return to action as he went 14-for-24 for 145 yards with a rushing touchdown and an interception. But the run game was dominant and put up 157 yards of offense. The Jets ...

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MIAMI GARDENS, Fla. — The Dolphins took another step to becoming the team many envisioned they could be at the start of the 2021 season. Led by a defense that limited the Carolina Panthers under 200 of offense and an offense that produced its largest scoring output of the season, the Dolphins beat the Panthers, 33-10, at Hard Rock Stadium on Sunday. It’s the fourth consecutive victory for the ...