San Francisco quarterback Colin Kaepernick is intercepted four times in Arizona’s 47-7 win. Two of those picks are returned for touchdowns. Put all the blame on me, Kaepernick says.
▪ 49ers report card: As The Bee’s Matt Barrows puts it, you can’t spell offense without some Fs.
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An 11-game road losing streak comes to an end in Cleveland as the Raiders hang on against the Browns and win 27-20. Derek Carr has another solid game and veteran Charles Woodson intercepts a pass in the final moments to clinch Oakland’s first win in the Eastern time zone since 2009.
▪ Check out a photo gallery of the Raiders’ win over the Browns as rookie wide receiver Amari Cooper has a huge day.
▪ NFL Week 3 photo gallery, or Sunday in about a dozen mouse clicks.
With their first one-run victory in nearly a month, the Giants continue to kindle hopes of a trip to the postseason. The Giants trail the Dodgers by six games with seven to play, but Los Angeles has been driving in reverse. The teams begin a four-game series Monday at AT&T Park.
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You only have until Thursday at noon to vote, so stop everything and decide if it’s going to be Inderkum’s Trajon Cotton, Antelope’s Elijah Dotson, Pioneer’s Elijah Fields, Bear River’s Jason Voter or Colfax’s Austin Weir.
Saturday night’s playoff loss to LA Galaxy II left the Republic FC faithful in an agitated mood at Bonney Field. The fans vented their frustration on another one of those matches when Republic FC controlled the ball pretty much all night but could not produce a victory.
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