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By Marc Lawrence — asked five of its leading analysts which each of the 32 teams heading into the COVID-induced season in quest of finding which team will enjoy the biggest turnaround in 2020. While the reigning Super Bowl champion Chiefs look to build a dynasty, there are plenty of NFL franchises seeking to rebound from a disappointing 2019 season. Eight teams finished with five or fewer wins last season: the Bengals, Cardinals, Chargers, Dolphins, Giants, Lions, Panthers and Washington. Eight other teams finished with records below .500: the Broncos, Browns, Buccaneers, Colts, Falcons, Jaguars, Jets and Raiders. Surprisingly each of the five chose a different team, including Arizona, Cleveland, LA Chargers, Tampa Bay, and the Washington Football Team.

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If the MLB season ended after Labor Day Monday, here’s what the best of three first round series matchups of the expanded playoffs would look like, with the higher seed the home team:


No. 1 Rays vs. No. 8 Yankees

No. 2 Indians vs. No. 7 Twins

No. 3 A’s vs. No. 6 Astros

No. 4 White Sox vs. No. 5 Blue Jays


No. 1 Dodgers vs. No. 8 Marlins

No. 2 Braves vs. No. 7 Giants

No. 3 Cubs vs. No. 6 Cardinals

No. 4 Padres vs. No. 5 Phillies

Grinding Out The Profits

From this week’s PLAYBOOK FOOTBALL NEWSLETTER: Under first-year head coach Chris Klieman last season, Kansas State ranked No. 1 in Red Zone Offense and No. 130 (last) in Red Zone Defense.

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