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In Week Three of National Football League action - during which politics seemed to get a lot more attention than the field of play - the games ended up this way:

Baltimore 7
Jacksonville 44

Denver 16
Buffalo 26

Pittsburgh 17
Chicago 23

New Orleans 34
Carolina 13

Tampa Bay 17
Minnesota 34

Cleveland 28
Indianapolis 31

Miami 6
NY Jets 20

Houston 33
New England 36

Atlanta 30
Detroit 26

NY Giants 24
Philadelphia 27

Seattle 27
Tennessee 33

Kansas City 24
LA Chargers 10

Cincinnati 24
Green Bay 27

Oakland 10
Washington 27

In Major League Baseball, the playoff picture is becoming a lot clearer - in the American League, the Cleveland Indians have clinched the Central Division championship and the Houston Astros have clinched the Western Division championship. The Boston Red Sox and New York Yankees have both clinched playoff berths, though the Eastern Division championship is yet to bd determined.

In the National League, the Washington Nationals have clinched the Eastern Division championship, while the Los Angeles Dodgers have won the Western Division. The Arizona Diamondbacks have clinched a playoff berth, but while it looks like the Chicago Cubs are likely to win the NL Central, they can’t mathematically do so for another cup of days.
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