How to watch Monday Night Football classics: Seahawks beat 49ers in OT – Seattle Seahawks Blog

6:00 AM ETBrady HendersonESPN The Seattle Seahawks and San Francisco 49ers entered their first meeting last season with a combined 15-2 record, good for the third-best winning percentage of any Week 10-or-later matchup in Monday Night Football history.And unlike so many highly anticipated games that fall short of the hype, this one -- as play-by-play man Joe Tessitore put it on the ESPN broadcast -- over delivered.The back-and-forth battle of NFC West rivals had a defensive touchdown by each team, a dominant individual performance from Jadeveon Clowney and some late magic from Russell Wilson. There was more drama than four
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Sofia Carson Teases Upcoming ‘Feel The Beat’

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What it Would Take to Beat Regan Smith for Pro Swim Series Title

The 2020 Pro Swim Series isn’t even half over, but the race for the women’s title might as well be. With Regan Smith‘s absurd speed in Knoxville, it’s going to take an otherworldly swim to knock her off the top of the current standings. For the second season, the Pro Swim Series doesn’t give out its $10,000 series winner prizes based on cumulative points. This year, as it was last year, the winner will be determined by the single best swim (in FINA points) of the entire series. FINA points attempt to compare swims in different events by creating a points
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Google just beat humans at spotting breast cancer — but it won’t replace them

Google is developing artificial intelligence to help doctors identify breast cancer, according to a research paper published in Nature today. The model, which scans X-ray images known as mammograms, reduces the number of false negatives by 9.4 percent—a hopeful leap forward for a test that currently misses 20 percent of breast cancers, as reported by The New York Times. Today, breast cancer is the second leading cause of death in women, beat out only by lung cancer in its deadliness and overall prevalence. Early detection is the best defense most people have in identifying and treating the disease. Yet while
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