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Will Odell Beckham Jr. sign with Cowboys or Giants? Breaking down best fit for free-agent WR

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One NFC East team will have a lot to be thankful for in the very near future. The Cowboys and Giants meet on Thanksgiving Day, with more than bragging rights on the line. Both teams are angling for playoff appearances, but both teams are also seemingly playing for the services of one Odell Beckham Jr. Beckham has been cleared to return from an ACL injury he suffered in Super Bowl 56, and while his market was at one point hefty, it looks like both the Giants and Cowboys have emerged as favorites to sign the star wide receiver, at least according to NFL Network's Tom Pelissero. In this blog post, we'll tell you everything you need to know about How to watch Mosconi Cup 2022 live

Green Bay Packers Problems, Aaron Rodgers Future, Trade, Contract, Playoffs, Retirement, Scores, Results, Latest News

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The Packers will travel to Lincoln Financial Field for a Sunday night showdown against the Philadelphia Eagles, with Green Bay desperately needing a victory to not only save their season but possibly also save Aaron Rodgers’ future with the team. The Packers’ playoff hopes are on life support following another lackluster performance by the reigning league MVP in Thursday’s 27-17 loss at home to the Tennessee Titans. Green Bay — in particular their offense sans star WR Davante Adams — has been the NFL’s biggest disappointment so far this season thanks to a dismal 4-7 record, despite coming into the year with Super Bowl aspirations with Rodgers under centre.

Inside the rise of Victor Wembanyama: ‘When I saw him, I knew he was just special’

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LAS VEGAS – Nicolas Batum was walking out of a French men’s basketball team practice in suburban Paris four years ago when this giant kid caught his eye and stopped him from departing. The 14-year-old wowed Batum as he gracefully ran the floor at 6-feet-11, had a complete offensive game and blocked shots and dunked the ball with ease. While it’s usually kids who introduce themselves to NBA players, the Los Angeles Clippers forward made a point to introduce himself to this kid named Victor Wembanyama. "I saw this 14-year-old kid walking and I said, ‘Hold up. Let me watch this kid play.’ I saw him moving, dribbling and I called Tony Parker right away and said, ‘We got to get this guy Victor Wembanyama.’ For anyone listening, I have been telling people during the last four years about him. They’re listening now," Batum recently told Andscape. Today, the entire NBA is saying we got to get this guy Victor Wembanyama, who now stands 7-3 with an 8-foot wingspan and a 9-7 standing reach, and is a generational talent widely projected to be the top pick in the 2023 NBA draft

Fantasy Football Rankings for Week 2, 2022: Model says start Gabe Davis, but sit Tom Brady

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The Tampa Bay Buccaneers were dominant in their Week 1 performance against the Dallas Cowboys, picking up a 19-3 road win. However, veteran quarterback Tom Brady threw for just 212 yards, one touchdown and one interception. Brady averaged 312.7 yards per game and had a 43-to-12 TD-to-INT ratio last season, so his numbers against the Cowboys did not match his spot in the Fantasy football rankings. Should you include Brady in your Week 2 Fantasy football lineups? He has a matchup against the Saints, who allowed 215 passing yards and 201 rushing yards to Atlanta in Week 1. Where does Brady stack up in the Week 2 Fantasy football projections and Week 2 NFL Fantasy football rankings? Before you lock in your lineups, be sure to check out the Week 2 Fantasy football rankings from the advanced computer model at SportsLine. When it comes to ranking players, SportsLine's model beat human experts in Fantasy football for the past several seasons especially when there were big differences in ranking. Over the course of a season, that could literally be the difference between winning your league or going home empty-handed. Last week, the model was extremely high on Eagles wide receiver A.J. Brown, saying he'd finish as a top-10 player at his position. The result: Brown brought in 10 of 13 targets for 155 yards in the Eagles' 38-35 win over the Lions. Anybody who had him in their lineup was well on their way to a huge week.

Vikings' Justin Jefferson: 'After this year I'll be the best receiver in the NFL'

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Piecing together a top-five wide receiver ranking in today's NFL can be something of a fool's errand thanks to the sheer number of premier pass-catchers, but Justin Jefferson is confident projecting himself at the very top of the heap in the near future. "I'll say after this year I'll be the best receiver in the NFL," Jefferson told Complex’s Kameron Hay. "I definitely have to give it to Davante Adams as of now, him being so crazy and dynamic on the field. His route running is crazy, so I definitely have to give it to him right now, but I'm pretty sure after this year, it's going to be me."

The 2022 NBA Draft in Review: How did the Raptors do?

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That’s what Toronto Raptors GM Bobby Webster said during his pre-draft availability the other day when asked what the team was looking for in the 2022 NBA Draft. While the roster constructs and known workouts point toward drafting another big wing, the Raptors do like to zig when the consensus expects them to zag — and did so again by drafting Christian Koloko 33rd, a Junior from Arizona and coincidentally, from Doula, Cameroon, just like Pascal Siakam. While many wings remained available after the Raptors made their selection, the front office stood pat, waiting for the undrafted talent pool. They picked up Ron Harper Jr as a two-way contract player, and I can already tell you that the incoming Raptors 905’s Filipino Heritage Game in Mississauga will be lit. Should I Stream NFL Games for Free? Paid streaming platforms like SlingTV and FuboTV have all cut deals with the NFL and have the rights to broadcast games...

Nikola Jokic Jokes About Taco Bell Commercial That Played When He Was Drafted After Winning Second MVP

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The 2014 NBA Draft class featured one of the most disappointing classes in the history of the league; Joel Embiid is arguably the only player selected in the first round who managed to live up to the hype, and the group of guys who went in the second round would have been entirely forgettable if not for the lone bright spot the Nuggets scooped up with the 41st pick. The pick in question was used to secure the talents of Nikola Jokic, who was an absolute steal for a Denver team that’s managed to turn things around thanks to the talents of the four-time All-Star who got an awesome surprise when some of the team’s executives flew to Serbia to surprise him with the Most Valuable Player trophy he recently earned for the second season in a row. You can watch the Rugby World Cup 2023 online on NBC Sports which is the official broadcaster of the RWC 2019 in the US.

Which Teams Are Reportedly In and Out of the Proposed G League Bubble in Atlanta

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After nearly nine months after hibernation due to the ongoing effects of COVID-19, it seems like eyes of the G League bear is ready to start opening. While there hasn’t yet been an official restart announcement from the league itself, the reports have been starting to come in over the last few weeks.

Adreian Payne, former Michigan State basketball star and first-round NBA Draft pick, shot and killed at 31

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Former Michigan State star and NBA first-round pick Adreian Payne, a key part of the Spartans' 2014 Elite Eight run who made 94 starts in four seasons with the program from 2010-14, died Monday morning after being shot, authorities in Orlando, Florida, said. He was 31 years old. The Orange County Sheriff's department arrested Lawrence Dority on a warrant for First Degree murder in connection to the shooting of Payne. Payne was transported to the hospital after being shot, where he was pronounced dead.

2022 NBA Draft: Trevor Keels, Malaki Branham, Shaedon Sharpe headline CBS Sports' risers and fallers

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A boatload of extremely talented players have declared for the 2022 NBA Draft, and many are going to get some valuable intel in the next month. Players will get real feedback from teams that details where they should expect to be drafted. That is obviously the most important piece of information that NBA Draft prospects are looking for. But it's not the only thing they will get. Plenty of the early entrees will not stay in the 2022 NBA Draft, and instead will return to school. But they will get an in-depth breakdown of their strengths, weaknesses and what they need to add to their games if they want to improve their stock for the 2023 NBA Draft.