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Cam Newton Is Back & Other Things We Learned in Week 4 of the NFL
Cam Newton returned to MVP form and injuries to star players kept teams from winning. Here's what we learned in Week 4 of the 2017 NFL season:
Clemson Makes a Statement — College Football Week 5 Recap
The two best teams in the nation looked unbeatable this weekend. Here's a recap of the most interesting games:
Packers Rout Bears, 35-14, on Thursday Night
Aaron Rodgers threw four touchdown passes and the Green Bay Packers routed the Chicago Bears, 35-14, on Thursday night in Wisconsin.
Dak Prescott Leads Cowboys over Cardinals, 28-17
Dak Prescott threw two touchdown passes and ran for another score, and the Dallas Cowboys beat the Arizona Cardinals, 28-17, on Monday night.
Penn State Avoids Upset on Scary Saturday for Ranked Teams — College Football Week 4 Recap
Near upsets were the order of the day in college football on Saturday. Here’s a recap of the week’s most interesting games:
The Raiders Face a Primetime Test — NFL Week 3 Preview
From bad football in London to Tom Brady vs. J.J. Watt to a Black Hole near Washington, here’s a preview of what to expect in Week 3 of the 2017 NFL season.
Is Mason Rudolph the Best QB in Oklahoma? — College Football Week 4 Preview
National-title hopefuls get road tests, and ranked teams battle in Week 4. Here’s a preview of this week’s best games:
Lions Keep Giants Winless, 24-10
Matthew Stafford threw for two touchdowns and the Detroit Lions beat the New York Giants, 24-10, at the Meadowlands on Monday night.
Florida Shocks Tennessee on Hail Mary — College Football Week 3 Recap
Last-second wins and shocking upsets ruled the day in college football on Sunday. Here’s a recap of the day’s most interesting games.
Texans Edge Bengals, 13-9, on Thursday Night
Deshaun Watson scrambled 49 yards for the game’s only touchdown, and the Houston Texans beat the Bengals, 13-9, in Cincinnati on Thursday night.