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Dolphins QB Brock Osweiler to start Sunday, sparks '#Brocktober' hashtag on Twitter

Osweiler has been a much-maligned figure in his career, but the Dolphins and their fans believe in him.

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Bulls F Jabari Parker will not start in season opener against 76ers

Parker said not starting would be a “huge adjustment” for him after he was asked to play with Chicago’s second unit late in the preseason.

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MLB postseason 2018: Red Sox ace Chris Sale won't start Game 5 of ALCS

Chris Sale was hospitalized with a stomach illness over the weekend and is reportedly still recovering.

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MLB postseason 2018: Brewers remove Wade Miley after one batter, will reportedly start Game 6

Wade Miley walked Cody Bellinger to lead off the game and then manager Craig Counsell took him out.

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Week 7 Fantasy Busts: Do you dare sit Tom Brady, Dalvin Cook if he's active?

The SN Fantasy staff weighs in on whether to start or sit Tom Brady, Dalvin Cook, and other big-name players in Week 7.

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Bills to start quarterback Derek Anderson against Colts with Josh Allen out

Coach Sean McDermott said Wednesday the decision to start Anderson over Nathan Peterman was made in the best interest of the team.

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Arizona QB Khalil Tate dealing with ankle injury; Rhett Rodriguez to start against UCLA

Coach Kevin Sumlin said Tate's ankle injury has been nagging and he wants to give Tate a chance to get healthy.

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Fantasy Football Start 'Em Sit 'Em Week 7: Boom for Baker Mayfield, bust for Jordan Howard

The Decider is back for Week 7 of fantasy football action. Find out more about key start 'em, sit 'em decisions, potential sleepers, top streamers, and potential busts that could impact fantasy rankings at all positions.

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MLB postseason 2018: Is this Clayton Kershaw’s last start as a Dodger?

"I have not made a decision," Kershaw said. "And to my understanding, you get ten days (to decide) after the World Series."

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