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The winless Jets remain the favorite to land the No. 1 pick, and all signs are point toward them drafting a new quarterback. But what happens next? How do the Bengals help Joe Burrow? What do the Cowboys do with a potential top-five pick? Will the Eagles go back to the wide receiver well? Is it time for the Panthers to think offense? And could the Lions really draft a quarterback?Atlanta Falcons

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Coach Mike Tomlin confirmed McFarland was the first option on the play. He also said it was his decision to go for it on fourth down rather than putting kicker Matthew Wright, elevated from the practice squad, in a high-pressure situation to kick a 45-yard field goal with the game on the line.New York Giants

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PITTSBURGH -- The Pittsburgh Steelers dropped a lot of things Monday night at Heinz Field, culminating with the biggest drop of all: their undefeated season and an opportunity to clinch their first playoff berth since 2017.

Teams are not permitted to identify the players who tested positive for COVID-19, but two players, Delino DeShields Jr. of the Cleveland Indians and Brett Martin of the Texas Rangers each revealed their positive tests. Any player who tests positive for COVID-19 must test negative twice at least 24 hours apart from one another, with no fever for 72 hours, before he can rejoin a team.Baltimore Ravens

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Greg Zuerlein missed as many kicks Tuesday as he had all season -- three -- and one miss came after a delay of game penalty that pushed a 35-yard try to 40 yards.

"Frankly, I thought we were going to snap the ball and kick the field goal," he said. "Obviously a breakdown in our operation."

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“They were using the umpires and catchers as human guinea pigs,” Regan said.

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