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John DeFilippo named Vikings offensive coordinator – NFL.com


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John DeFilippo named Vikings offensive coordinator
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If the Philadelphia Eagles are to repeat as Super Bowl champions next season, they'll have to do so without their star quarterback coach John DeFilippo. AROUND THE LEAGUE ▹ Power Rankings: Final order, 2018 first-look ▹ Winners, losers from Alex Smith

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Josh McDaniels on Cooks’ absence: ‘It made an impact’ – NFL.com


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Josh McDaniels on Cooks’ absence: ‘It made an impact’
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On their way to Super Bowl LII, the New England Patriots had to deal with a little adversity. New England lost key pass-catcher Rob Gronkowski before halftime of the AFC Championship Game and endured, edging the Jacksonville Jaguars. The Patriots weren
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Super Bowl 2018: Odds, point spread, and over/under for Eagles vs. Patriots – SB Nation


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Super Bowl 2018: Odds, point spread, and over/under for Eagles vs. Patriots
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The New England Patriots and Philadelphia Eagles will collide on Sunday for the NFL’s richest prize: a Super Bowl crown. Super Bowl 52 will take place in Minnesota, and many analysts and fans believe the Patriots will walk away with their sixth Super

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Super Bowl 2018: Somebody bet millions of dollars that the Eagles will win it all – CBSSports.com


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Super Bowl 2018: Somebody bet millions of dollars that the Eagles will win it all
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Did you ever have millions of dollars to spare and just so happen to love the Philadelphia Eagles’ chances of dethroning this era’s greatest NFL dynasty in the Super Bowl? Someone did this year. As noted by Jay Rood, vice president of race and sports

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