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Mahomes dominates Steelers with 6 TD passes. Cole makes one-handed circus catch, follows it with TD Keelan Cole makes an OBJ-like catch, then follows it with a yard touchdown reception to put the Jaguars up two scores over the Patriots. Late-game drama leads to Browns' loss against Saints Zane Gonzalez struggles late for the Browns, missing a go-ahead PAT and game-tying field goal, sending Cleveland to a loss against New Orleans. Elliott's 6-yard TD run cushions Cowboys' lead Ezekiel Elliott takes the handoff, bounces off a pile of players and dives into the end zone for the touchdown.
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Wainwright shuts down Dodgers, fanning 9 Adam Wainwright strikes out nine, allowing just two hits over six scoreless innings. With an aggressive new identity, Cowboys' defense stymies Giants Dallas sacked Eli Manning six times, including five times off blitzes, as the Cowboys now can depend on their defense to win games. Forget rookie's rough home opener: If you intended to update the children of this node, you should instead have the existing children update their state and render the new components instead of calling ReactDOM.
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