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Looks like lots of people chose to watch the presidential debate over Saints-Falcons (Shutdown Corner) ( today ) Courtesy of
In July, after the dates of the three 2016 presidential debates were announced, Republican candidate Donald Trump took umbrage with the scheduling. According to Trump, having two of the three debates on the same night as primetime NFL games was an attempt by Democratic candidate Hillary Clinton and her party to “rig” the events. Via Sports Media Watch, the Falcons’ win drew just a 5.7 overnight rating, an incredibly low number. Yahoo! Tue, Sep 27
 
Getting Defensive: Week 4 (Rotoworld) ( today ) Courtesy of
Jeff Brubach breaks down fantasy kicker and D/ST options for Week 4. Yahoo! Tue, Sep 27
 
NFL Power Rankings: How high can the Philadelphia Eagles fly? (Shutdown Corner) ( yesterday ) Courtesy of
Through three games, the Philadelphia Eagles have a legitimate claim as the best team in the NFL. If you thought the Eagles’ 2-0 start was a product of playing two bad opponents, and that Carson Wentz would be exposed against a real opponent, Week 3 was startling. The Eagles destroyed the Pittsburgh Steelers 34-3. Yahoo! Mon, Sep 26
 
Browns not changing kickers after Parkey misses 3 on Sunday (The Associated Press) ( yesterday ) Courtesy of
Parkey missed three field goals, including a 46-yarder on the final play of regulation Sunday, as Cleveland lost 30-24 to the Miami Dolphins in overtime. Despite the inaccuracy, Browns coach Hue Jackson said the team does not have any immediate plans to replace Parkey. Yahoo! Mon, Sep 26
 
AP source: Cowboys OL Collins headed to IR with toe injury (The Associated Press) ( yesterday ) Courtesy of
Dallas left guard La'el Collins will be placed on injured reserve with a possible return late in the season because of a right toe injury, a person with knowledge of the injury said Monday. Collins left late in the first half of Sunday night's 31-17 win over Chicago with a toe injury. Speaking to The Associated Press on condition of anonymity because details of the injury weren't released, the person said Collins has a ligament injury on his right big toe. Yahoo! Mon, Sep 26
 
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