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What are Dolphins’ playoff odds after getting back to .500? What about if they win out? And what one other result makes the biggest difference?

The Miami Dolphins’ improbable run from 1-7 to playoff contention continued with a sixth consecutive win on Sunday to get back to .500 at 7-7 with three regular-season games left. When the Dolphins pulled off the Nov. 11 upset of the Baltimore Ravens to get to 3-7, the run to this point appeared realistic given…
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Jets push Dolphins, then ultimately lose 31-24

MIAMI — The Jets put up a good fight, but they left Hard Rock Stadium with a 31-24 loss to the Dolphins on Sunday. Yes, moral victories are minuscule, give the Jets credit. They played with a level of competitiveness they’ve sorely missed through most of this season. Zach Wilson played OK and finished with…
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Zach Wilson stumbles downplaying Jets’ offensive struggles

Zach Wilson produced a blunder Sunday when he claimed he isn’t concerned about the offensive struggles under him after the 31-24 loss to the Dolphins. Wilson played OK and finished with 170 yards passing, a lost fumble, a rushing touchdown and was sacked six times. But since Wilson returned as the starter, the offense has…
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QB Tyler Huntley’s heroics not enough as Ravens fall to Packers, 31-30, for third straight loss

At the end of the Ravens’ most impressive loss of the season, tight end Mark Andrews looked up at the scoreboard inside M&T Bank Stadium early Sunday night, staring at a score made painful not only by the margin — one point, again — but also by what it represented: a near-miraculous win, a slip…
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Whicker: A bowl of any shape is a prized reward for UCLA football

Bowl games are hokey, risky and laborious. They’re a participation trophy for any team with six wins. They used to offer a week of sun and fun, but now a team can wind up in Boise, Charlotte, Detroit and Mobile. You go because the coaches can reap more practices and, in most cases, a nice…
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Injured Anthony Davis remains upbeat about his rehab, Lakers’ outlook

CHICAGO – For a long, gut-wrenching night, Anthony Davis kept replaying one particular detail about the instant when Jaden McDaniels rolled into his left knee on Friday: He heard a pop. To an athlete, few sounds emanating from one’s own body can create such dread. Davis started to wonder: Was he done for the season?…
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New director joins Laguna Woods GRF board

The Golden Rain Foundation of Laguna Woods passed a resolution to adopt a revised investment policy during a regular meeting last week. The board, in conjunction with investment firm Sageview and the Finance Committee, reviewed the policy after members of the community expressed their disapproval of the policy early this year, according to a Village…
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Ravens coach John Harbaugh explains late 2-point decision in loss to Packers: ‘We were just trying to get the win right there’

For the third straight game, a 2-point conversion attempt loomed large for the Ravens. And for the third straight game, it backfired. With the Ravens trailing the Green Bay Packers 31-30 on Sunday after backup quarterback Tyler Huntley scrambled 8 yards for a touchdown with 42 seconds left, coach John Harbaugh decided to go for…
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Adrian Kempe scores winner, Kings rally past undermanned Caps

WASHINGTON — Adrian Kempe scored the tiebreaking goal midway through the third period to give the Los Angeles Kings a 3-2 win over the undermanned Washington Capitals on Sunday night. Washington was missing forwards Nicklas Backstrom, Evgeny Kuznetsov, T.J. Oshie and Michael Sgarbossa, all on the COVID-19 list. Oshie was placed on the list earlier…
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As Ravens TE Mark Andrews surpasses 1,000 yards with another big game, he remains focused on winning

When Mark Andrews made a diving touchdown grab late in the first quarter of Sunday’s 31-30 loss to the Green Bay Packers, he set himself apart from any other tight end in Ravens history. Andrew’s 8-yard reception, which capped a seven-play, 45-yard scoring drive, pushed him over 1,000 receiving yards for the season, making him…
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