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  • ESPN published this video item, entitled “NFL Week 5 recap: The Chiefs lose, the Browns’ hot start & the Steelers remain undefeated | Get Up” – below is their description.

    Rex Ryan, Dan Orlovsky and Ryan Clark dive into NFL Week 5 matchups, including the Kansas City Chiefs’ loss against the Las Vegas Raiders, (2:16) the Cleveland Browns’ 4-1 start thanks to a win against the Indianapolis Colts and (5:04) what the Steelers’ win against the Philadelphia Eagles means for Pittsburgh’s Super Bowl hopes. #GetUp #NFL

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