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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 …
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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.
Pat Leonard / New York Daily News:
Joe Judge has reached boiling point with Jason Garrett's offense  —  TAMPA, Fla. — A seething Giants coach Joe Judge implied Jason Garrett's job could be in jeopardy after Monday night's putrid 30-10 road loss to the Buccaneers.  —  The second-year head coach went on a rant about not scoring enough points …
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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.
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.
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
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
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.
Omar Kelly / Sun-Sentinel:   Victory over Jets is blueprint for Dolphins to get most out of Tua Tagovailoa
Sun-Sentinel:
20 things we learned in Miami Dolphins' 24-17 win over New York Jets
Discussion: New York Post and Denver Post
David Furones / Sun-Sentinel:
Dolphins get road win in division, topping Jets for third straight victory
Discussion: New York Post
Rob Bradford / Audacy:
Source: Red Sox showing interest in reliever Jeurys Familia  —  While so many are focused on replacing Eduardo Rodriguez in the starting rotation, or possible pursuits of big-name free-agent middle infielders, the Red Sox have another task this offseason - finding late-game relievers.
Associated Press:
San Francisco Giants' Buster Posey, Baltimore Orioles' Trey Mancini named Comeback Players of the Year  —  NEW YORK — San Francisco Giants catcher Buster Posey and Baltimore Orioles slugger Trey Mancini were named baseball's Comeback Player of the Year Award winners on Monday night.
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
ESPN:
Five-time All-Star reliever Doug Jones dies at age 64  —  Doug Jones, a five-time All-Star reliever who had his best success closing for the Cleveland Indians, has died.  He was 64.  —  Jones spent seven seasons with the Indians and ranks third on the club's career saves list with 129.
Discussion: MLB Baseball News …
MLB - The Athletic:
During an MLB lockout, what happens with drug testing?  Playing abroad?  MLBPA creates agent guide to work stoppage questions  —  Could players go to an independent or foreign league during a lockout?  Would they be tested for performance-enhancing drugs?  How would their health insurance be affected?
Discussion: Purple Row and True Blue LA
 
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