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New York Jets pull off 2-touchdown rally in final 2 minutes with help from Cleveland Browns blunders

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CLEVELAND — The New York Jets earned one of the most unlikely victories in recent NFL history, capitalizing on a string of Cleveland Browns blunders in the final two minutes on Sunday at First Energy Stadium — none more big than Nick Chubb’s touchdown which shouldn’t have been.

The Jets scored two touchdowns in the final 82 seconds for a 31-30 victory, becoming the first team in 21 years to overcome a 13-point deficit in the final two minutes to win a game. The Chicago Bears did it against the Browns in 2001.

Jets coach Robert Saleh said the miraculous comeback was “something crazy,” a sentiment echoed in the team’s locker room.

“I don’t know where it ranks, but it’s up there,” said quarterback Joe Flacco, a 15-year-old veteran who threw for four touchdowns, including the game-winner against rookie receiver Garrett Wilson. with 22 seconds to play.

A bit of perspective: from Week 9 of 2002 (the week after the Browns collapsed against the Bears) through Week 1 of the current season, teams had lost 2,229 straight games while trailing by at least 13 points in the last two minutes.

It was pure devastation for the Browns, who missed a chance to go 2-0 for the first time since 1993. The packed house went wild when Chubb scored his third touchdown with 1:55 left, a run of 12 yards to make it 30-17. However, he should have stopped before the end zone. Had he done that, the Browns could have run out of time because the Jets were out of timeouts.

The Jets said they were surprised by Chubb’s mental error, saying it triggered their emotions. The Browns were crushed. Coach Kevin Stefanski took the blame.

“It’s a scenario where it’s up to me to communicate it to the group,” he said. “We’ve done it before. That said, we have to close this game.”

Chubb did not stay to speak to reporters.

Cornerback DJ Reed was unhappy with himself for missing the tackle on Chubb, not realizing it was the right play.

“I’ve never been so happy for a missed tackle in my life,” Saleh said. “It was our only chance.”

From there, the Browns imploded with a handful of key errors. Kicker Cade York missed the extra point, and moments later their secondary made a huge coverage blunder. Wide receiver Corey Davis was left wide open on a 66-yard touchdown pass, making it 30-24 with 1:22 left.

“When I threw him, I was like, ‘Oh my God… nobody’s even near him,’” said Flacco, who completed 26 of 44 passes for 307 yards – the first quarterback Jets since Vinny Testaverde in 2000 to have 300 yards and four touchdowns.

Browns defensive end Myles Garrett said: “This kind of play is unacceptable. Definitely. … It’s tough. We gave up on defense. I guess the whole team really gave up in the 11th hour.”

Garrett also criticized local fans, saying, “The most disappointing thing was the boos at the end. It wasn’t the most optimal ending to have.”

Next is an onside kick, recovered by Jets special teams captain Justin Hardee. Punter Braden Mann, in charge of kickoff duties, started a difficult sidewinder to handle. The Jets pounced on it.

“The backlash, with the new rules, has been so rare,” Saleh said. “Once that happened there was no doubt that we would score once we got the ball back.”

The Jets took over at their 47-yard line with 1:20 left. Flacco dinking and dunking until a third-and-10, when he fired a 15-yard strike at Wilson in the middle with 25 seconds left. It capped off a brilliant day for the former Ohio State star, who caught eight passes for 102 yards and two touchdowns.

“They were playing so soft that I was throwing that ball no matter what,” Flacco said.

It was a moment of sweet redemption for Wilson, who dropped a third assist earlier in the quarter. He said he started celebrating when the inbounds kick was recovered.

“I went absolutely crazy on the sidelines,” he said. “I didn’t want my crash to be the reason we lost the match.”

The Jets almost gave up the lead. The Browns almost rallied to the basket, with a 21-yard run from Jacoby Brissett putting the ball on their 46 with 12 seconds left. Then, on the final play, he was intercepted by rarely used safety Ashtyn Davis.

Incredibly, a few Jets players thought the game was tied at the time, thinking York had made the extra point. For a fleeting moment, linebacker CJ Mosley couldn’t figure out why Davis slid to the ground on his return instead of trying to gain more yards. Reed said he thought the same. When he realized they had won, it was all the more pleasant.

“My God,” he said, “this game was like a movie.”

ESPN’s Jake Trotter contributed to this report.

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For over a year, we’ve been rounding up TV and movie recommendations here at CNET. It was funny! Discuss the best show on netflixor the best sci-fi series on Prime Video. Most of the time, it is quite easy for us to select our favorites.

Not this time.

When someone suggested I select “Best Documentary on Netflix”, I started to sweat. Immediately. I maintain CNET’s list of best documentaries. I almost watch all documentary, whether it’s a movie or a mini-series, as soon as they come out.

And folks, Netflix has a plot good documentaries.

I would say documentaries are the best thing about Netflix, period. There are genre-defining true-crime series like Making a Murderer, Oscar-winning films like Icarus, incredible nature docos like Our Planet. That’s before we even mention viral hits like tiger king Where Drive to survive.

It is almost impossible to choose just one.

But the nature of our recommendations to GameSpot is to pick something audiences might have missed or something underappreciated. This is why we tend to call shows like Dark Where For All Mankind on Apple TV Plus on established classics like Stranger Things.

So with that in mind, I’m selecting Untold as my pick for Best Documentary Series on Netflix. Because he reigns. It governs so much.

Produced by the people behind the also very good Wild Wild Country, Untold is a series of feature-length sports-focused documentaries. Which amounts to saying game of thrones is the story of an iron chair or Harry Potter is a franchise about a kid with glasses. It is obviously much more than that.

Untold doesn’t just tell a series of sports stories that defy your expectations of what a sports documentary should be. It tells these stories so effectively that you hardly need to care about the sport to be captivated. It really is so good.

Take the subjects. There’s Crimes and Penalties, which tells the slap shot tale of the Danbury Trashers, a minor hockey team led – incredibly – by the 17-year-old son of a family-related waste management magnate. Genoese criminal. Total chaos ensues.

Then there’s Mischief in the Palace, a definitive and privileged account of the infamous 2004 basketball game when Ron Artest walked through the crowd and sparked a massive brawl between players and fans.

Indescribable

Christy Martin’s profile is one of my favorites.

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And there are profiles. Really good. On Caitlyn Jenner, best known for her connection to the Kardashians, but once an Olympic gold medalist. This episode is decent, but Christy Martin’s profile is perhaps more compelling. Martin, once the most famous female boxer in the world, was a truly revolutionary athlete, but was also the victim of a savage attempted murder. His story is terrifying, told with expertise and sensitivity by the Untold team.

The Girlfriend Who Didn’t Exist is arguably the best of the bunch. If you’re going to watch an episode, I suggest this one. Manti Te’o was a superstar college football player, consensus All-American who fell victim to an incredible catfishing scam with so many layers it would be impossible to explain it here. Just look. And get ready for one of the most unique stories in all of sport.

So yes, Untold is awesome. More than awesome, actually. It’s a series of mini-masterpieces, each more intriguing than the next. Incredibly, it looks like a show that is gaining momentum. Season 1 is fantastic, but Untold’s just-concluded second season comes with a confident confidence to tackle tougher stories, with better and deeper reporting.

Even if you have no interest in sports, you owe it to yourself to watch. Untold transcends sport. It is the best documentary series on Netflix.

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Yankees Notebook: DJ LeMahieu says his toe feels better, Gleyber Torres still dealing with flu-like symptoms

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ARLINGTON — DJ LeMahieu is ready to let it rip in the playoffs. After missing 21 games with painful inflammation in his right big/second toe area, LeMahieu went 4-for-16 with two walks in the last five games. LeMahieu thinks it was enough for him to know he can be impactful in the playoffs.

Aaron Boone isn’t sure yet.

“This time in between will be important as well,” the Yankees manager said of the five days between Wednesday’s season finale and the first game of the ALDS. “I do feel like he’s still guarded against it a little bit. Even yesterday. A tribute to how good a hitter he is and throws out a couple of hits and a walk. And I feel like it is still there, to where he’s picking his spots and I do see him favor it a little bit, but we’ll see.

“He’s going to be able to get some more strategic treatments leading up to the playoffs and hopefully that’s another level of getting him in a position.”

LeMahieu said the foot felt a little better than when he went on the injured list at the beginning of September.

LeMahieu went 0-for-4 in the Yankees 4-2 loss to the Rangers at Globe Life Field Wednesday.

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Gleyber Torres was out of the lineup and still sick for the third straight day, missing the final four games of the season. The young infielder has been dealing with flu-like symptoms since the team arrived in Texas on Sunday night.

“A little better. He’s still under the weather. So he actually took the COVID test and was negative,” Boone said. “But he’s still dealing with it. He hasn’t had a fever which is good, but a sore throat and just body aches and that kind of thing. So hopefully he’s starting to feel a little bit better but not good enough to be in there today.”

Torres had been on a hot streak when the bug bit him.

Over his last 18 games, Torres is slashing .378/.427/.662 with 11 extra-base hits, including five homers and 23 RBI.

TRIPLE TEMPTATION

Boone had been waiting for at least two weeks to give Aaron Judge a day off as he pursued the American League single-season home run record. After the Yankees slugger hit No. 62, breaking Roger Maris’ 61-year old record on Tuesday night, he talked Judge into sitting Wednesday.

The only reason he would have started him again would have been if Judge had a realistic chance at the Triple Crown.

“That was probably the one temptation but in the end, I just felt like it was right that he was off,” Boone said.

There has been only one Triple Crown winner, Miguel Cabrera, over the last 50 years.

His .311 batting average trails Minnesota’s Luis Arraez (.316) in the AL batting race. Arraez sat out three of the last six games with a left hamstring injury, but was planning to play Wednesday. Judge could have only passed him if the Twins infielder was to go hitless in three at-bats and Judge went 3-for-3.

Judge started 55 straight games and had a 33-game on-base streak to finish his season. He was slashing .337/.496/.707 with 30 extra-base hits including 19 homers and 44 runs scored during that 55-game span.

SHARED CELEBRATION

While everyone was watching Judge’s every at-bat, every swing and every move over the last month as he chased history, Gerrit Cole’s own record went under the radar Tuesday night. He recorded 257 strikeouts this season, beating Ron Guidry’s 248 for the Yankees single-season record.

Both honors were celebrated by the Yankees Tuesday night.

“For those two records to fall in probably five, seven minutes [apart]. It’s crazy. It’s unbelievable really,” Boone said. “I feel honored to be a part of it. And witness that, to see what Judge has done all year.

“Gerrit, 44 years and you know that season by Gator is one of those talked about you hear about Bob Gibson’s season. Ron Guidry, [1978 season] strikeouts against the Angels. And then for Gator to call in,” Boone continued. “We had him on speakerphone with the whole team, congratulating Gerrit was really a cool moment for the team and for Gerrit after the game. So just one of those nights that you feel privileged to be a part of and I thought the guys handled it really well.”

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The Yankees have to wait to find out who they will face in the American League Division Series beginning on Tuesday. They are very familiar with the Tampa Bay Rays, who they went 11-8 against with a +6 run differential. They went 5-1 against the Cleveland Guardians with a +24 run differential.

“Obviously, Tampa we know really well. And they know us well. So, we’ll obviously be watching the series closely,” Boone said. “Cleveland has been one of the really good stories this year as far as to see their young roster, come of age and really just dominate the [American League Central] down stretch to win that division.

“They always pitch well, they’ve got an elite closer at the back end. Good starting pitching. A team that’s really adept at putting the ball in play and they’re athletic,” Boone continued. “They do a lot of different things. So hopefully, hopefully it goes three games and they beat each other up a little bit. You know at this point in the season, whoever you play, it’s going to be a challenge and you got to play well to win so we’ll await that hopefully, the downtime serves us well, we can strike that balance between staying sharp and getting guys rested. And hopefully that serves as well going into that series.”

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Mobile police puzzled over woman’s possible motive for killing her teenage son

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MOBILE, Ala. (WALA) – Police say they are unable to explain why a mother shot and killed her teenage son in the back on Monday night.

The shooting happened just before 11 p.m. in the 2000 block of Jones Lane in the Plateau community of Mobile. An ambulance transported the 13-year-old boy to University of South Alabama Teaching Hospital, but he did not survive.

Police charged the mother, Glenda Marie Agee, with murder. She is being held at the Metropolitan Mobile County Jail.

Mobile has seen its share of teenage shootings over the past two years. But Corporal. Ryan Blakely said it’s not every day that a child dies at the hands of a parent.

“It’s unusual. … It’s a first for me right now,” he said.

Agee appeared distraught on Tuesday afternoon when police pushed her wheelchair into a patrol vehicle to take her to jail. “God, no,” she said.

Okay, 53, crushed reporters trying to talk to him.

“I love my baby,” she said, holding back tears. “Get away from me. Get away from me.

Police say Agee was not using a wheelchair during the shooting and was not injured in the incident or during her arrest. But they said they allowed her to use a wheelchair on Tuesday because she is frail.

Neighbors described the victim as a good child, living in a house frequently visited by police. A woman saw the aftermath of the shooting.

“When I got home I just saw her, and when I passed by I just saw the door wide open,” she said. “I hate what happened to the little boy. He was a nice little boy. He was just bullied all the time and he had a troubled family. He just had a troubled life the whole time.

Agee has been arrested dozens of times since the early 1990s, charged with offenses ranging from reckless endangerment and public intoxication to domestic violence and driving under the influence of alcohol.

Police Mobile said that in the past two years alone, officers have been called to Agee’s address 34 times for reasons as varied as 911 hang-ups, assault complaints and medical emergencies. .

Another neighbor said the victim sometimes played with his children.

“I wish he was in a better situation,” she said. “The situation he was in, for a child, it was the wrong situation. Because he couldn’t have grown up like the child should have.

A local man said he had seen the police several times at Agee’s house, but never doubted that she loved his son.

“She loved him and he loved her,” he said. “For her to kill him, she shouldn’t have been in her right mind.”

Agee was on bail at the time of the shooting, charged with reckless endangerment and second-degree assault of a Prichard police officer in January. The Mobile County District Attorney’s Office on Tuesday asked a judge to revoke that bond because of the murder arrest.

Just before the police chased her, FOX10 New asked Agee if it was self-defense.

“No,” she said, as the officers put her in the back seat. “I love my child.”

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Meghan Markle has reportedly hired a fact checker for her own Spotify podcast series, Archetypes.

The fact-checker is American writer Nicole Pasulka, whose opinions closely mirror those of Markle, according to a report by Daily Mail.

“I write about criminal justice, activism, race, music, business, queer culture and gender,” Pasulka explains on her website. “For my 2014 report on relations between the police and the transgender community, I received the IF Stone Award from the Nation Institute and a grant from the Fund for Investigative Journalism.”

Over the summer, Pasulka also published a book, titled how you become famouswhich “documents the rebirth of the New York drag scene,” according to the book’s description.

Last month, The Real Housewives of New York Star Bethenny Frankel has slammed Markle for how she handles her public image, saying “she’s really screwed up” and “becoming a woman without a country”.

“He’s a polarizing person,” Frankel said. “She’s a lot like a housewife in that she can’t help but talk about the very thing she wants to be irrelevant [the Royal Family].”

Recently, the Duchess of Sussex claimed on her Archetypes podcast that people only started treating her “like a black woman” after she started dating her husband, Prince Harry.

Markle also tacitly threatened to ‘speak nonsense’ about her time in the UK after she and Prince Harry left the royal family for a new life in the US.

Following the recent death of Queen Elizabeth II, Markle’s public mourning for the late Queen prompted the hashtag #GoHomeMeghanMarkle to trend on Twitter, with royal fans accusing the Duchess of Sussex of hypocrisy as she walked away from her obligations royals and trashed it in -laws in the news media.

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Minnesotans are now able to get a new driver’s licenses the same day they apply at two locations participating in a pilot project.

The same-day issued cards are available to those who apply for, renew or replace a standard class D driver’s license, permit or identification card at the Dakota County License Center in Lakeville or the Clay County Department of Motor Vehicles in Moorhead. It’s the first time this service has been offered in Minnesota, according to the Department of Public Safety.

The initiative is part of a pilot program authorized by the Minnesota Legislature. The program will run through June 30, 2023.

Customers are not able to renew or replace a REAL ID, which will be required to board a domestic flight or enter a federal facility beginning in May 2023, or an enhanced driver’s license or ID, which can be used for U.S. border crossings by land or sea. They would need to downgrade to a standard license in order to receive it over the counter.

If an applicant is about to turn 21, they can only apply for a same-day issued card on or after the day they turn 21.

Due to the card stock and laminate used in the printing process, the same-day issued cards will have a slightly different look and feel, according to the department. There is no additional fee for same-day issued cards.

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Probing 4 Indian cough syrups after 66 children die in Gambia: WHO

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The World Health Organization said it was investigating an Indian cough syrup

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The World Health Organization (WHO) on Wednesday issued an alert for four cough and cold syrups made by Maiden Pharmaceuticals in India, warning they may be linked to the deaths of 66 children in The Gambia.

The UN health agency also warned that the tainted drugs may have been distributed outside the West African country, with “possible” global exposure.

WHO chief Tedros Adhanom Ghebreyesus told reporters that the four cold and cough syrups in question “have been potentially linked to acute kidney injury and 66 deaths in children”.

“The loss of these young lives is beyond heartbreaking for their families.”

Tedros said the WHO was “also conducting further investigation with the company and regulators in India.”

According to the medical product alert issued by the WHO on Wednesday, the four products are promethazine oral solution, Kofexmalin baby cough syrup, Makoff baby cough syrup and Magrip N cold syrup. .

“To date, the stated manufacturer has provided no warranty to WHO on the safety and quality of these products,” the alert reads, adding that laboratory analysis of samples of the products “confirms that they contain unacceptable amounts of diethylene glycol and ethylene glycol as contaminants.”

These substances are toxic to humans and can be fatal, he added, adding that the toxic effect “may include abdominal pain, vomiting, diarrhea, inability to urinate, headache, altered mental status and acute kidney injury which may lead to death”.

The Gambia’s health ministry last month asked hospitals to stop using paracetamol syrup, pending the outcome of an investigation, after at least 28 children died of kidney failure.

The WHO said information received from India’s Central Drugs Standard Control Organization indicated that the manufacturer only supplied the contaminated drugs to The Gambia.

“However, sourcing of these products through informal or unregulated markets to other countries in Africa cannot be ruled out,” the UN agency said in an email.

“Additionally, the manufacturer may have used the same contaminated material in other products and distributed them locally or exported them,” he warned.

“So global exposure is possible.”

Tedros urged caution, calling on all countries to work to “detect and remove these products from circulation to prevent further harm to patients”.

The Gambian Health Ministry’s advisory on paracetamol syrup was released on September 9, a month after investigators reported the deaths of at least 28 children aged between five months and four years following a acute renal failure.

The investigation was opened on July 19. No details were given as to when the children died.

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