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By Mike Florio

The PFT PM podcast is back for another week, and we launch with the Monday Five-Down Territory edition. Listen below for in-depth analysis of five topics emerging from the ninth Sunday of the regular season. Subjects include the latest developments in the everlasting Ezekiel Elliott legal gobstopper, a careful look at the NFC South, the [more]
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By Josh Alper

The Colts left cornerback Vontae Davis at home for Sunday’s game against the Texans and they brought in a new player at the position on Monday to give them more depth in the event they want to go without Davis again in the future. The team announced that they have added cornerback D.J. White to [more]
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By Josh Alper

The Chiefs opened the season with five straight wins, but they’ve come crashing back to Earth over the last four weeks. Kansas City has lost three games over that span, including Sunday’s 28-17 loss to the Cowboys. That record won’t change this week as the Chiefs have a bye, which is something that coach Andy [more]
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By matthewschiefs

Last week I was vocal on my thoughts on Andy Reid that’s going to continue today

You have the leading rusher in the freaking Leage and you give him 9 FREAKING CARRIES FOR THE ENTIRE GAME REALLY ANDY REALLY. Like last week this is something that has happened over and over and over and over and over again He just doesn’t learn. And that’s why he is never going to win a super bowl. He’s just to damn stubborn to change. This will be another 1 and done in January because he just won’t freaking change.

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By Charean Williams

Cowboys wide receiver Terrance Williams had his most yards since the season finale in 2015 when he made eight catches for 173 yards against Washington. He proved a throne in the Chiefs’ side Sunday, with nine catches for 141 yards. Dak Prescott threw two touchdown passes, both to slot receiver Cole Beasley, and ran for [more]
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By Charean Williams

Cowboys wide receiver Dez Bryant took a big hit from safety Ron Parker in the fourth quarter. It not only separated Bryant from the ball, with the play ruled an incompletion, but it sent Bryant to the sideline. Bryant injured his ankle on the play and his return is questionable. Bryant had six catches for [more]
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By Charean Williams

The Cowboys regained the lead on Ezekiel Elliott‘s 2-yard touchdown run with 3:29 remaining in the third quarter. Their 12-play, 75-yard drive answered the Chiefs, who took their first lead on the first possession of the second half. The Cowboys lead 21-17. Kansas City took the second-half kickoff and marched 62 yards in nine plays [more]
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