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Star Tribune sports columnist Sid Hartman dies at age 100 – Minneapolis Star Tribune

“My father’s extraordinary and resilient life has come to a peaceful conclusion surrounded by his family,” his son, Chad Hartman, tweeted early Sunday afternoon…

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Sid Hartman, who started selling newspapers in 1928 and wrote about sports for the Star Tribune for the ensuing decades, died Sunday. He was 100.
“My father’s extraordinary and resilient life has come to a peaceful conclusion surrounded by his family,” his son, Chad Hartman, tweeted early Sunday afternoon.
Sid Hartman also was for decades a radio voice on WCCO.
Hartman was born on the North Side of Minneapolis on March 15, 1920, and he worked for newspapers in his hometown for nearly his enti…

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NFL Week 6 grades: Cowboys get an ‘F’ for ugly performance, Browns get a ‘D-‘ for blowout loss to Steelers – CBS Sports

Here are the Week 6 grades for every team that played on Sunday

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If Browns fans have seen it once, they’ve seen it a million times: Their team walked into Heinz Field and got stomped.
After watching the Browns jump out to a 4-1 start for the first time since 1994, it felt like this might be finally be the year where Cleveland was able to end its 16-year run of misery in Pittsburgh, but instead, the Browns went full Browns in a 38-7 blowout loss to the Steelers that might actually have been worse than the score indicates, if that’s even possible. 
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Cowboys fans wonder what Colin Kaepernick is up to as team suffers blowout loss to Cardinals – Fox News

Dallas Cowboys fans appeared to be exasperated watching the Arizona Cardinals light up their team’s defense but also hold their offense to just 10 points in a b…

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Dallas Cowboys fans appeared to be exasperated watching the Arizona Cardinals light up their team’s defense but also hold their offense to just 10 points in a blowout loss Monday night.
Andy Dalton was 34-for-54 with 266 passing yards, a touchdown pass and two interceptions in his first start with the Cowboys. His lone touchdown pass came with under 3 minutes to play in the game and by that point Arizona was up 31-3.
CHIEFS’ PATRICK MAHOMES REACHES INCREDIBLE TD MILESTONE IN WIN OVER BILLS
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Kyler Murray, Cardinals torch Cowboys, who somehow remain atop NFC East – Yahoo Sports

The Cowboys can’t blame this one on Andy Dalton.

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Kyler Murray entered Mondays matchup with the Dallas Cowboys undefeated at AT&T Stadium.
He left the field with his perfect record intact via a second-quarter TKO.
Murrays Arizona Cardinals torched the Cowboys on their home turf, capitalizing on multiple Dallas mistakes en route to a 38-10 victory.
Ezekiel Elliott fumbles ignite downward Cowboys spiral
After a sloppy start by both offenses resulted in a scoreless first quarter, the Cardinals made the most of a pair of Ezekiel Elliott sec…

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