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Ray Robinson

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Bengals surprise Patriots, win 13-6

Brady felt the defensive pressure on his very first pass attempt. He was sacked and the pressure didn’t let up until the last second ticked off of the game clock. Geno Atkins got to Brady on his first pass attempt, and he was on the run all day long, eventually getting sacked a total of four times during the game.

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Tribe still alive for playoff spot

The reality of the Cleveland Indians making the 2013 playoffs seems to be coming more and more apparent as they continue to pile up the wins.

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Bengals score on fumble, beat Packers 34-30

It was a fantastic week for the Bengals as they downed the Pittsburgh Steelers, 20-10, on Monday Night football and then took care of their business with the Packers a few days later.

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Indians still in the hunt for a playoff spot

They never gave up hope. Although many fans, journalists and radio announcers did. They kept their heads about themselves, going 15-5 over the next 20 games, saving face and hopefully their season.

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Cowboys rope Bengals, win 24-18

The Bengals were also able to move the ball behind their starting quarterback, Andy Dalton. Pro Bowl receiver A.J. Green finally suited up after missing the first two preseason games, while nursing a bruised left knee. He snagged 3 catches for 42 yards for an average of 14 yards per catch.

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Browns flatline, lose to Colts 24-6

The loss snapped the Browns’ two-game winning streak and had to have opened the eyes of those watching on the sidelines. They were unable to produce anything on offense and the defense had more holes in it than a piece of Swiss cheese.

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Weeden shines against Rams, Browns win 27-19

Call me crazy, but even last year, in his rookie season with the Browns, I liked what I saw of Brandon Weeden.

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Francona eats hay, Tigers steal game, 6-5

It ain’t easy being the manager of a professional baseball team. Sometimes you’re a hero and at other times you’re a billy goat. Just ask Tribe manager Terry Francona.

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Rookie Salazar gets hit hard by Tigers

Still, game goes into extra innings

Since coming to town for a four-game series that began Monday night at Progressive Field, the Tigers have hit our “ace” Justin Masterson, our closer, Chris Perez and have virtually knocked the air out of our pitching staff leaving them gasping for air.

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The Call & Post's Artist of the Week-Stevie Wonder

Born Steveland Morris in Saginaw, Michigan, the young boy wonder became an intricate part of the musical landscape that made Motown Records one of the most successful record companies to ever open their doors

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