Ryan on Rondo's assist streak: 'It can't end soon enough'

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Ryan on Rondo's assist streak: 'It can't end soon enough'

We know how Tommy Heinsohn feels about Rajon Rondo and his assist streak. In short, he's a big fan of it.

Bob Ryan? Not so much. In fact, he wants it to end as soon as possible.

"It's a contrivance," Ryan said on CSNNE's Sports Tonight. "All these kind of streaks are all contrivances and they take on a life of their own to the detriment of the player and the team in the long run. And you can be such a thing as a selfish assist guy, and this guy, you ask why he was open on those drives? Because they thought he was going to pass the ball. It can't end soon enough for me."

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AFC EAST: Dolphins blown out by Ravens

AFC EAST: Dolphins blown out by Ravens

Scoring the first 24 points of a game is a decent plan for winning a game. The Ravens didn’t look back in a 38-6 blowout victory over the Dolphins. 

With the loss and the Patriots’ win, the 7-4 Dolphins sit two games behind New England with four games remaining in the regular season. The 6-5 Ravens will next play the Pats when they travel to New England for Monday Night Football in Week 14. 

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AFC PLAYOFF RACE: Berry leads Chiefs past Falcons

AFC PLAYOFF RACE: Berry leads Chiefs past Falcons

Eric Berry saw plenty of the endzone Sunday. 

The Kansas City safety had a 37-yard interception return for a touchdown in the second quarter and returned a failed two-point conversation in the fourth-quarter for the game-winning play in a 29-28 Chiefs win over the Falcons. 

With the win, the Chiefs improved to 8-3, keeping them in the driver’s seat for the first Wild Card spot in the AFC. 

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