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Redskins' DeAngelo Hall tears Achilles, again

DeAngelo Hall tore his Achilles tendon in Week 3 and underwent surgery. The Redskins corner tore the tendon again this week. Will this affect his chances of being on Washington's roster next season?

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3-Wide: Which quarterback has had a better career - Tom Brady or Peyton Manning?

3-Wide is a weekly feature in which theScore's NFL editors debate the hot topics around the league. Grab a cold towel and brace for hot takes. Which quarterback has had the better career: Peyton Manning or Tom Brady? Michael Amato: If the question was who has been the better of the two or who would you rather have, I would probably go with Manning. But since it's who had the better career, I'll say Brady. You definitely can't compare quarterbacks based on Super Bowl rings, but at the end of the...

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VIDEO: Superhuman Jimmy Graham hurdles mortal defender

New Orleans Saints tight end Jimmy Graham is capable of super-human feats, which apparently includes leaping over other humans to gain extra yards.  Graham was drilled by a defender on the previous possession but showed no ill effects on this play.  K Boogie's post on Vine Feature photo courtesy of Crystal LoGiudice-USA TODAY Sports / Reuters

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Eric Decker asks fans why they love the Jets, gets hilarious responses

Following the New York Jets' 43-23 loss to the Buffalo Bills, Jets wide receiver Eric Decker told's Darryl Slater, "We're not a bad football team, we just do stupid stuff." Add to that list this latest indiscretion. #jetsnation, tell me why you love the @nyjets using #jetsdiehardfan and I'll send a signed prize to my favorite.— Eric Decker (@EricDecker87) October 29, 2014 Decker's intentions were surely good, but the responses to that tweet probably weren't what he expected. @EricDecker87...

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