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7:26 PM ET Ben FawkesESPN Staff Writer Close Runs day-to-day editorial operations at Chalk, ESPN.com’s gambling section Joined ESPN in 2010 Follow on Twitter Facebook Twitter Facebook Messenger Pinterest Email print Here is the full list of opening Week 12 NFL lines from the Westgate Las Vegas SuperBook. Thursday, Nov. 22 12:30 p.m. ET Chicago
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10:43 AM ET The Baltimore Ravens say offensive lineman Marshal Yanda did not spit on Cincinnati Bengals linebacker Vontaze Burfict during Sunday’s game between the AFC North rivals. The incident in question occurred in the fourth quarter Sunday after Burfict tackled Baltimore running back Alex Collins. What’s your opinion of this? Watch Marshall Yanda. pic.twitter.com/kNGl92LxzQ
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9:38 AM ET BALTIMORE — Cincinnati Bengals coach Marvin Lewis questioned Lamar Jackson‘s longevity after the Baltimore Ravens rookie first-round pick ran the ball more times than any other quarterback in the Super Bowl era. “Quarterbacks don’t run forever in the NFL,” Lewis said after the 24-21 loss in Baltimore. “Sooner or later, they get
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8:56 AM ET As much as we obsess over how NFL teams look on paper before the season, Super Bowl runs can come down to who stays healthiest over the course of a long, arduous season. The 2017 Eagles are the obvious counter-example, given that they won with Carson Wentz, Jason Peters and others sidelined,
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8:52 PM ET Ben Roethlisberger and the Steelers stunned the Jaguars with a late victory, while the Texans padded their lead in the AFC South and the Cowboys made up ground in the NFC East. Plus, the debut of Lamar Jackson electrified the Ravens in a win over the Bengals. In the late afternoon slate,
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7:00 AM ET LOS ANGELES — Through 10 games last season, the Kansas City Chiefs were 6-4 and seventh in the league in scoring at about 26 points per game. Through 10 games this season, they’re 9-1 and averaging about 35 points per game. The reason for the difference is clear. “Pat [Mahomes] is 100
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1:02 AM ET CHICAGO — The Chicago Bears moved one giant step closer to ending their seven-year playoff drought with Sunday night’s 25-20 win against the Vikings, a victory so meaningful that even skeptics of the Bears’ early success must admit the road to the NFC North title runs through Chicago. The Bears (7-3) were
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12:43 AM ET Los Angeles Chargers defensive tackle Corey Liuget will miss the remainder of the season with a right knee injury, according to coach Anthony Lynn. Liuget suffered the injury — a torn quad tendon — in the first half of Sunday’s 23-22 loss to the Denver Broncos and did not return. The Florida
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10:41 PM ET CARSON, Calif. — Frustrated by his team’s late-game loss to the Denver Broncos, Keenan Allen voiced those feelings in the locker room after the Los Angeles Chargers‘ 23-22 setback to their AFC West rival. Asked if the Broncos rose up and played well, Allen had this to say: “No, I don’t think
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10:02 PM ET NEW ORLEANS — Malcolm Jenkins‘ return to the Superdome on Sunday was filled with frustration, which spilled over both during the Philadelphia Eagles 48-7 loss to the New Orleans Saints and afterward in his postgame comments. Cameras caught Jenkins giving his former head coach Sean Payton the finger after the Saints went
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4:48 PM ET BALTIMORE — In his first NFL start, Lamar Jackson provided a jolt of electricity to a struggling offense, ended a three-game losing streak and essentially saved the Baltimore Ravens‘ season. Showing Michael Vick-like explosiveness, Jackson ran for 117 yards and threw for 150 as the Baltimore Ravens delivered a much-needed 24-21 win
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4:38 PM ET JACKSONVILLE — Ben Roethlisberger slays the Jacksonville dragon with his hard-nosed play. Everything you need this week:&• Scores, highlights and more »&• Full schedule » | Full standings »&• Weekly stats leaders »&• Updated playoff picture »&• Injuries tracker: Who’s in, out »More NFL coverage » To cap a brilliant fourth quarter,
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4:45 PM ET EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. – A winning streak. The New York Giants finally have one. It has been a while. An infuriating 700 days to be exact. It was December 2016 the last time the Giants strung together wins against the Dallas Cowboys and Detroit Lions. They have one now after winning two
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