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Radio stations ban Lorde song ahead of World Series

With the World Series on the line, radio stations in San Francisco aren't taking any chances.

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Manning's record night lifts Broncos over 49ers

Peyton Manning wasted no time making history Sunday night, and there wasn't much the San Francisco 49ers could do about it.

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Cardinals run past winless Raiders

OAKLAND, Calif. -- Coach Bruce Arians had a clear message for his Arizona offense as the team prepared for Sunday's game against the Oakland Raiders, which happened to mark Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer's first game against his former...

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Rookie kicks Chiefs past Chargers

SAN DIEGO -- On the Chiefs' previous San Diego visit, the Kansas City kicker missed a game-winning field goal in the closing seconds.

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Murray sets new NFL rushing record

ARLINGTON, Texas -- Dallas quarterback Tony Romo threw three touchdown passes, running back DeMarco Murray made history and the Cowboys won their sixth in a row by beating the New York Giants 31-21 Sunday afternoon at AT&T Stadium.

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Colts D earns stripes in shutout of Bengals

INDIANAPOLIS - There is no doubt the Colts can put points on the board.

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Packers get fourth straight win

GREEN BAY, Wis. - The Green Bay Packers are tied for first place in the NFC North.

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Rams use trickery to beat Seattle

ST. LOUIS -- Wide receiver Percy Harvin is gone, now property of the New York Jets after a bombshell trade Friday, but the Seattle Seahawks still have other issues to fix in order to resemble the Super Bowl champions they were last year.

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Ravens' defense stymies Ryan, Falcons

BALTIMORE -- On a 4th-and-7 from Baltimore's 42-yard line midway through the third quarter, Atlanta Falcons quarterback Matt Ryan desperately needed to make a play to get his team back in the game against the Ravens.

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Tannehill, Dolphins deal Bears third home loss

CHICAGO - The Miami Dolphins were coming off a disheartening, last-second loss to Green Bay. The Chicago Bears were coming off their best performance of the year, particularly on offense, in a victory at Atlanta.

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