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Bill Belichick provides no clarity on which quarterback will start for Patriots in Week 4

Bill Belichick continues to play things close to the chest as the New England Patriots sort out their quarterback situation.

The Patriots have one suspended quarterback and two injured. 294 more words

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Rex Ryan tries and fails to imitate Bill Belichick during press conference

Rex Ryan has always been a performer. The Buffalo Bills head coach is as goofy and playful as any coach in the NFL.

But sometimes, his jokes miss the mark. 162 more words

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Clinton puts Trump on the defensive in combative debate

HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. (AP) — Donald Trump blamed the moderator, a bad microphone and anyone but himself Tuesday after he was forced onto the defense by Hillary Clinton’s cascade of attacks about his taxes, honesty and character in the first presidential debate. 764 more words

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Tom Brady says he 'definitely' thinks Bill Belichick is the greatest coach of all time

Bill Belichick has put on yet another impressive coaching display during the 2016 season, and is clearly the front-runner for the Coach of the Year award. 358 more words

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NFL Week 3 Power Rankings: Patriots stay up top, Vikings and Eagles move up

Patriots Wire Power Rankings . . . . .

1. New England Patriots (3-0): The 27-0 primetime shutout of Houston told us one thing we already knew: Bill Belichick is the greatest coach of all time. 398 more words

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Candidates arrive for 1st debate

HEMPSTEAD, N.Y. (AP) — The presidential candidates have arrived at Hofstra University in New York and are moments away from their first face-to-face debate.

Democrat Hillary Clinton and Republican Donald Trump each entered the debate hall on suburban Long Island within the hour of the debate’s start. 85 more words

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Moderator Lester Holt works to keep control of debate

NEW YORK (AP) — NBC’s Lester Holt struggled to keep control of the first debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump, learning the dangers of fact-checking in the midst of a tense confrontation being viewed by tens of millions of people. 306 more words

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