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Chicago Tribune:
Ravens QB Lamar Jackson ruled out vs. Bears with illness; Tyler Huntley to make first career start  —  CHICAGO — Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson was ruled out ahead of Sunday's game against the Chicago Bears because of an illness, opening the door for Tyler Huntley to make his first career start.
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Dan Wiederer / Chicago Tribune:
'Right now, it's sickening.' Chicago Bears coach Matt Nagy is under fire after another late collapse and a 5th straight loss.  —  At the end of a brutal Sunday afternoon, on the heels of his team's fifth consecutive loss, with the aggravation of a fed-up city echoing into the evening …
Colleen Kane / Chicago Tribune:
QB Justin Fields' status for the Chicago Bears-Detroit Lions game on Thanksgiving is up in the air — and Andy Dalton says he will prepare as if he's starting  —  For those Chicago Bears fans hanging on through this 3-7 season because they at least can watch rookie quarterback Justin Fields' growth …
Discussion: Mercury News, FanSided and The Athletic
Colleen Kane / Chicago Tribune:
Week 11 recap: Chicago Bears blow a late lead and lose to the Baltimore Ravens 16-13 after Andy Dalton replaces the injured Justin Fields  —  Lamar Jackson versus Justin Fields turned into Tyler Huntley versus Andy Dalton on Sunday at Soldier Field.  —  The marquee matchup between Jackson …
Discussion: Mercury News and Chicago Sun-Times
Tim Schwartz / Baltimore Sun:
Who is Ravens QB Tyler Huntley? Former undrafted free agent nicknamed ‘Snoop’ set to make first career start vs. Bears
Discussion: Chicago Tribune and Boston Herald
Brad Biggs / Chicago Tribune:   Despite blowing another lead in the final minute, the focus needs to be on the bumbling offense. Brad Biggs' 10 thoughts on the Chicago Bears' Week 11 loss.
Ryan McFadden / Baltimore Sun:
Late setback with illness keeps Ravens QB Lamar Jackson out vs. Bears: ‘He was so sick’
Discussion: Denver Post and Boston Herald
Omar Kelly / Sun-Sentinel:
Grades for Dolphins' win over Jets; plus stock up and stock down  —  The Miami Dolphins appear to be hitting their stride.  —  The defense has tightened, and the offense seems to be executing at a respectable level with Tua Tagovailoa at the helm.  —  That's the best way to explain how the Dolphins …
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David Furones / Sun-Sentinel:
Dolphins not in the hunt, but getting closer: How the turnaround for 3 straight wins started  —  It's that point in the NFL season when you're seeing conference standings and playoff pictures with every game's conclusion — you know, the ones that list columns of the division leaders, wild card teams and those in the hunt.
Sun-Sentinel:
20 things we learned in Miami Dolphins' 24-17 win over New York Jets  —  EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. — Don't look now, but the Miami Dolphins are making a push for respectability.  —  After beginning the 2021 season with a 1-7 start the Dolphins have seemingly picked up steam …
Discussion: New York Post
Dave Hyde / Sun-Sentinel:
Hyde10: Ten thoughts on Dolphins' workmanlike, 24-17 win over Jets  —  The Miami Dolphins did what was needed on Sunday.  They beat the Jets, 24-17, to run their win streak to three games and buy some hope for a strong finish.  —  Here are 10 thoughts on the game:  —  1. Player of the game: Tua Tagovailoa.
Kenny Rosarion / Sun-Sentinel:   Instant Analysis: Miami Dolphins 24, New York Jets 17
David Furones / Sun-Sentinel:
Dolphins get road win in division, topping Jets for third straight victory
Discussion: New York Post
Omar Kelly / Sun-Sentinel:   Victory over Jets is blueprint for Dolphins to get most out of Tua Tagovailoa
David Furones / Sun-Sentinel:
Dolphins elevate former Hurricanes star to active roster vs. Jets
Discussion: Denver Post
Pat Leonard / New York Daily News:
Giants left tackle Andrew Thomas catches touchdown, had celebration ready  —  TAMPA, Fla. — Andrew Thomas protects Daniel Jones' blind side.  Now he catches touchdowns from his quarterback, too.  —  The Giants' left tackle made a leaping overhead 2-yard TD catch in Monday night's game at Tampa Bay to tie the game at 10 apiece.
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Pat Leonard / New York Daily News:
Pathetic Giants slouch through blowout loss to Tom Brady's Buccaneers  —  TAMPA, Fla. — The Giants looked like they believed they were the inferior team to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Monday night.  —  That's worse than getting embarrassed on national television: seeing some players act …
Justin Toscano / NorthJersey.com:
Aaron Loup signs with the Angels as the Mets bullpen takes a major hit  —  When you looked at the Mets in the final week of the season, it seemed like Marcus Stroman and Michael Conforto were not safe bets to return to Queens.  —  But there were two players who seemed like good picks to be back: Noah Syndergaard and Aaron Loup.
Discussion: Sports Illustrated
 
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