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Evan Mobley’s rookie stats are brow-raising heading into Cavaliers vs. Lakers

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Evan Mobley is off to a ridiculous start. Yes, it’s early but he’s already among the NBA’s most disruptive defenders just several games into his career. One blind résumé shows just how incredible the No. 3 overall pick has been so far this season.



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Dan Hellie and Matt Millen discuss Panthers' gritty 22-14 victory over the Saints

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Dan Hellie and Matt Millen discuss the Carolina Panthers’ 22-14 victory over the New Orleans Saints. The Panthers’ defense did the heavy lifting with multiple interceptions, a blocked field goal and a defensive touchdown.



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Chiefs-Colts: Matt Ryan leads Indy comeback for first win of the season

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It took a 16-play, 76-yard drive for Indy (1-1-1) led by Matt Ryan to snap a four-game winless streak.



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Dolphins overcome ‘butt punt’ safety to upset Bills, take over first place in AFC East with 3-0 record

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The Dolphins take over first place in the AFC East after edging the Bills on Sunday to improve to 3-0, but they weren’t content just winning another game in Week 3; they also provided one of the most unusually entertaining plays of the season. Up four points with just 1:37 left in the divisional showdown, Miami punted from its own end zone, only to have Thomas Morstead’s kick bounce directly off the rear end of teammate Trent Sherfield, giving Buffalo a two-point safety and the rest of the NFL a good laugh.

Sherfield, a former 49ers wide receiver serving as the punt protector on the play, wasn’t pressured into Morstead. The spacing between he and the punter was simply so tight in the end zone that Morstead’s kick ricocheted right off Sherfield’s bottom, into the air and out of the back of the end zone. The punt followed a turnover on downs by the Bills, with the Dolphins gaining little while backed up to their own goal line, cutting Miami’s lead from four to two points.

Mike McDaniel’s upstart Dolphins ultimately held their ground to maintain the lead and upset Josh Allen and the Bills, but not after producing one of the rarest blunders in recent memory. No word on whether Sherfield will land on the Week 4 injury report due to rear-related soreness.

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