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NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio Tries to Stop the Sale of the New York Mets

New York City mayor Bill de Blasio is reportedly trying to stop Steve Cohen from buying the New York Mets even though there’s no reason why he should be. Mets fans haven’t been able to enjoy a World Series victory since 1986, but there seems to be light at the end of the tunnel due to the pending approval of Cohen’s ownership bid to buy the team from the Wilpon and Katz families. But de Blasio is trying to ruin it all.

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Week 7 NFL Rookie Rankings

As another week of the NFL season has passed, it’s time to look back and see which rookies were able to outperform the rest. It’s time for the Week 7 NFL rookie rankings. This week’s list features not just one but two tight ends who made their mark last weekend.

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Splash’s Week 7 Power Rankings

Welcome to the post-Week 7 edition of triggering power rankings.

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Report: Daryl Morey to Join 76ers Basketball Operations

News broke early Tuesday that Daryl Morey and the 76ers are in agreement on a deal to make Morey the head of the team’s Basketball Operations.

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NFC Playoff Picture: Week 8

Seven weeks of the 2020 NFL season have gone by and the playoff picture features some expected teams, but also a few surprises. Let’s take a look.

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Three Possible Trades for the New York Jets

The New York Jets are notoriously the worst team in the NFL this season with an 0-7 record. New York has a ton of injuries and lacks the talent to take them to the next level. They undoubtedly will be sellers at the trade deadline but may also want to build for the future. They have plenty of walk-year players to sell as well as young rising stars. If they choose to buy for the future, they have a whole array of draft picks over the next few years to build the roster up. 

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Fantasy “Believe it or Not?”: Knee-Jerk Reactions After Week 7

Seven weeks down in the fantasy season which means managers are about halfway to the playoffs, depending on how your league schedules the final frames. The byes are going to hit harder now, and the injuries remain plentiful. With that said, there are still quality players available in leagues.

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