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Ranking the NFL's six unbeaten teams

The biggest decision comes at No. 1, where there's a close call between the Packers and Patriots. The superb 6 (Insider)

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Early favorites for NFL MVP (2:22)
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11hMatt Fortuna

Boston College to settle on one QB

With Boston College's offense struggling, coach Steve Addazio says he soon will settle on one quarterback, Troy Flutie or Jeff Smith.

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Isaiah Thomas climbs in rankings

The Celtics fearless undersized guard has proven he can be an efficient scorer in the NBA. However, Thomas’ size makes him a defensive liability. See where he landed in our list. #NBArank 61-70

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Pats track record starting 4-0

The Patriots are off to their fourth 4-0 start under Bill Belichick. Except this season they've scored the most points in team history through four games.

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12hChris Forsberg

Celtics have five bigs for four spots

WALTHAM, Mass. -- While Boston Celtics players have gushed about the team's depth and the potential to utilize it as a weapon during the 2015-16 season, coach Brad Stevens has maintained that he'll likely stick to a 10-man rotation on most nights, including just four bigs.

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Asked about equipment assistant John Jastremski and his current role and responsibilities, Bill Belichick said, "John and the organization are still discussing the best options for him and I'm not aware on any timetable on that. That's where it is for now."

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Henderson saves Boston's 1986 season

Down 3-1 to the Angels in the ALCS, the Red Sox rode Dave Henderson's late-game heroics in Game 5 to an eventual series win. Relive the magic. 31 October moments

Ranking the NFL's unbeatens (3:24)

Rozier says knee soreness not serious

Celtics rookie Terry Rozier will miss both of the team's exhibition games this week after he tweaked his left knee in training camp. "I thought I could just get through it. But lesson learned from that," Rozier said. "But it's nothing serious. It just has me off my feet right now." Story

Chris Forsberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Celtics rookie guard Terry Rozier said he had his left knee drained after returning from trip overseas. Rozier said he injured it early in camp, but swelling persisted in Madrid. Didn’t say anything initially. “Lesson learned,” said Rozier. He’s out for both exhibition games this week.

Massachusetts High School Sports

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  • Top 25 High School Football

    Quarterback Jack Masterson and the Marshfield Rams remain No. 1 in our latest statewide poll.