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Tim Tebow Tackled
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Monday Night Football: Texans Beat Jets, 23-17, to Stay Undefeated

Arian Foster ran for 152 yards and a touchdown, and the Houston Texans beat the New York Jets, 23-17, in East Rutherford, N.J. on Monday night. Kareem Jackson intercepted Jets' quarterback Mark Sanchez with 1:51 left to preserve the victory for Houston (5-0). The Texans and the Atlanta Falcons are the NFL's only remaining unbeaten teams.

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Drew Brees - Unitas record
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NFL 2012 Season — Week Five Recap

New Orleans 31 — San Diego 24

Drew Brees threw a touchdown pass in his 48th straight game to break Johnny Unitas' 52-year-old NFL record, and the New Orleans Saints beat the San Diego Chargers, 31-24, in New Orleans on Sunday night. New Orleans (1-4) recorded its first victory of the 2012 season by coming from behind after San Diego (3-2) led, 24-14, early in the second half.

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MLB Wild Card Winners
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MLB Wild Card Game Report: Cardinals beat Braves, 6-3 ; Orioles Top Rangers, 5-1

St. Louis Cardinals 6 — Atlanta Braves 3

Matt Holliday went 2-for-3 with a home run and St. Louis benefitted from an umpire's call, as the Cardinals beat the Atlanta Braves, 6-3, at Turner Field on Friday. St. Louis advanced to play the Washington Nationals in a best-of-five National League Divisional Series starting on Sunday.

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Tony Dungy
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Sports Birthdays for October 6 — Tony Dungy and More

Tony Dungy
Age: 57
Profession: Retired NFL Coach / Broadcaster
Best Known For: The first African-American head coach to win a Super Bowl, Tony Dungy coached the Tampa Bay Buccaneers from 1996 to 2001 and the Indianapolis Colts from 2002 to 2008. He led his Colts' team past the Chicago Bears to win Super Bowl XLI. He set an NFL record by leading his teams to the playoffs in 10 consecutive seasons. After retiring from coaching in 2009, Dungy became an analyst on NBC's Football Night in America.

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Kevin Kolb Sacked
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St. Louis Rams Hand Arizona Cardinals Their First Loss, 17-3

Sam Bradford threw two touchdown passes and the Rams' defense sacked Kevin Kolb nine times, as St. Louis beat the Arizona Cardinals, 17-3, on Thursday night. Ahead 10-3 after three quarters, St. Louis (3-2) pulled away to a 14-point lead when Bradford connected with Chris Givens on a 51-yard touchdown pass with 11:49 to play. Arizona (4-1) had two fourth quarter drives stall inside the Rams' 20-yard line with less than 6 minutes remaining.

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MLB Report 9-30
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Weekly MLB Report: Orioles, Yankees and Rangers Clinch Playoff Spots

American League Report: Orioles, Yankees and Rangers All Clinch; Tigers Lead White Sox by 3 Games

The Baltimore Orioles (92-67) completed a three-game sweep of the Boston Red Sox on Sunday with a 6-3 win at Camden Yards. The victory allowed Baltimore to remain tied atop the American League East with the New York Yankees (92-67), who rallied to defeat the Toronto Blue Jays, 9-6.

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NFL 2012 Season — Week Four Recap

Philadelphia 19 — N.Y. Giants 17

Lawrence Tynes missed a 54-yard field goal with just 15 seconds remaining, and the Philadelphia Eagles beat the New York Giants, 19-17, in Philadelphia on Sunday night. Trailing 17-16, quarterback Michael Vick and running back LeSean McCoy guided the Eagles into position for Alex Henery's go-ahead, 26-yard field goal with 1:49 left to play. New York (2-2) has now lost eight of its last nine meetings with Philadelphia (3-1).

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Sept. 29 Birthdays
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Sports Birthdays for September 29 — Calvin Johnson, Kevin Durant and More

Bryant Gumbel
Age: 64
Profession: Sportcaster
Best Known For: Bryant Gumbel is a television journalist who served as a host for NBC Sports programming from 1975 to 1982, before co-hosting the 'Today' show for 15 years. Since 1995, Gumbel has hosted the Emmy-winning sports program 'Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel.'

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Baltimore Ravens Beat Cleveland Browns, 23-16, as NFL Officials Return

Cary Williams returned an interception 63 yards for a touchdown, and the Baltimore Ravens held on to defeat the Cleveland Browns, 23-16, in Baltimore on Thursday night.

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Monday Night Football: Seahawks Beat Packers, 14-12, on Controversial Touchdown Pass

Russell Wilson threw a disputed 24-yard touchdown pass to Golden Tate on the final play of the game, allowing the Seattle Seahawks to beat the Green Bay Packers, 14-12, in Seattle on Monday night.

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