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Chiefs: Will Willie Gay play vs Bills amid recent arrest?
Gay was charged with a misdemeanor charge of criminal property damage after allegedly getting into an argument with his child's mother.
Ghana shock gifts Arsenal a key asset back as Thomas Partey returns in run up to weekend clash | 101 Great Goals
Thomas Partey; like a new signing
Cowboys-49ers draws 41.5 million viewers, most for a wild card game in seven years - ProFootballTalk
Sunday's game in Dallas drew a massive TV audience.
The 49ers' win over the Cowboys generated a total of 41.5 million viewers, which made it the most-watched NFL wild card game in seven years.
Lines: Garnet Hathaway skates on top line as TJ Oshie misses morning skate with upper-body injury
The Washington Capitals have had to put their lineup into a blender again as a handful of players are out with injury or are unavailable due to COVID-19 protocol.
Bruce Boudreau compares Alex Ovechkin to The Incredible Hulk: 'The more you hit him, the stronger the angrier he gets'
Bruce Boudreau led Alex Ovechkin to some of his greatest seasons as a pro. Ovechkin scored a career-high 65 goals during Boudreau's first year behind the Capitals bench in 2007-08.
Will Cowboys contemplate a coaching change? - ProFootballTalk
The truly bad teams in any given NFL season usually have multiple weeks to come to terms with their fate and, in turn, multiple weeks to plot the next course after the last game is played.
Bruce Arians addresses hitting player in the helmet during Wild Card game
Buccaneers head coach was looking out for Andrew Adams on Sunday, hitting his helmet and pushing him backwards with an elbow as Adams seemed poised to pull a penalty.
49ers report card: No Bosa, no Warner, but no fourth-quarter collapse to mourn in Dallas
ARLINGTON, Texas - Here is how the 49ers (11-7) graded in Sunday's 23-17 win over the host Dallas Cowboys (12-6) in an NFC wild-card playoff game:
PASS OFFENSE: C
49ers report card: No Bosa, no Warner, but no fourth-quarter collapse to mourn in Dallas
ARLINGTON, Texas - Here is how the 49ers (11-7) graded in Sunday's 23-17 win over the host Dallas Cowboys (12-6) in an NFC wild-card playoff game:
PASS OFFENSE: C
Kurtenbach: These Niners can be great - if they get out of their own way
If playoff games are decided by the little things, the details, then neither team deserved to win Sunday's 49ers-Cowboys game, which lived up to the wild card billing.