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Miami Marlins parting with president Michael Hill – ESPN

Michael HIll, who has been with the Marlins since 2002 and has been president of the team since 2013, will not be back in 2021, CEO Derek Jeter said.

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MIAMI — Miami Marlins executive Michael Hill’s 19-season tenure with the franchise has ended.
Hill was president of baseball operations for the past six years and provided continuity after a 2017 change in ownership, but his contract expired and he will not be back next season, CEO Derek Jeter said Sunday.
Hill joined the Marlins’ front office in 2002, and the next year they won the World Series. But this year’s 31-29 finish was their first above .500 since 2009, and they made the playoffs fo…

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Dallas Cowboys’ Ezekiel Elliott takes blame for blowout loss to Arizona Cardinals – ESPN

Ezekiel Elliott’s fumbles on back-to-back drives for Dallas in the first and second quarters changed Monday night’s 38-10 loss to the Cardinals. Afterward, Elli…

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ARLINGTON, Texas — Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliott was not blaming any part of Monday night’s 38-10 loss to the Arizona Cardinals on quarterback Dak Prescott’s absence. He was putting it all on himself.
“I don’t think we can use that as an excuse,” Elliott said of not having Prescott, who suffered a season-ending compound fracture and dislocated right ankle in Week 5. “I’m just going to keep saying it over and over — I started the game out with two fumbles, gave the ball away and …

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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. 
This gam…

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Andy Reid, Patrick Mahomes explain how Chiefs offense changed vs. Bills – Arrowhead Pride

Things were more than a little different in the 26-17 victory over the Buffalo Bills.

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You know it and we know it: the Kansas City Chiefs depend on passing plays.
Through the first five weeks of the season, Kansas City passed the ball on 60% of their offensive snaps. But things changed on Monday against the Buffalo Bills. For the first time all season, the Chiefs not only ran the ball significantly more than they passed it, they also more than reversed their season average, running the ball on 63% of their offensive plays.
Was it part of the game plan because of the steady rain …

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