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# Clue
1. Athletic coterie
2. Tigers or Cubs
3. Patriots or Yankees
4. Word with mate or work
5. Lions or Tigers
6. Reds or Redskins
7. Two or more draft animals
8. Redskins or Bullets
9. Harnessed draft animals
10. Jets, Mets or Nets
11. Eagles or Falcons
12. Cosmos or Strikers
13. The Royals, e.g.
14. Manhattan's Jaspers, e.g.
15. Chicago's Sting is one
16. Five, nine or eleven
17. The Eagles, e.g.
18. Cooperative group
19. Five on a court
20. Mets or Jets
21. Cosmos, e.g.
22. Red Wings or Black Hawks
23. Mets, Nets or Jets
24. Yankees or Mets
25. Group of Clydesdales
26. Group pulling together
27. Coordinated group
28. Cowboys or Raiders
29. Cowboys or Indians
30. Dallas Cowboys, e.g.
31. Kind of mate or work
32. Bad News Bears, e.g.
33. Cardinals or Orioles
34. A live or a nine, e.g.
35. Kind of work or spirit
36. Seattle Seahawks, e.g.
37. Blue Jays or Cardinals
38. SWAT or A follower
39. Work or play preceder
40. Devils or Saints, e.g.
41. Red Sox or Celtics
42. Cubs or Reds
43. Harnessed Clydesdales
44. Type of work
45. Cooperating group
46. Bulls or Bears
47. Yoke; crew
48. Span of oxen (4)
49. Marlins, e.g.
50. Marlins or Rockies
51. Brood of ducks
52. Word after "go!"
53. Corps
54. Blue Jays or Cardinals, e.g.
55. "Go, ___!"
56. Suns or Stars
57. Whom a coach coaches
58. Whom the cheerleaders cheer
59. Nationals, again
60. Players get beverage with meal (not bad ale!)
61. 'Home'' or ''Visitors''
62. Players' club
63. Pep talk audience
64. Twins or Vikings
65. Word after "go" or "home"
66. Draft horse group
67. Jazz or Blues
68. There's no "I" in it
69. A's, but not B's
70. Jets or Rockets
71. There's no I in it
72. Become partners
73. Side of a soccer field?
74. Cleveland Indians, e.g.
75. Office pool pick
76. Panthers or Lions
77. Penguins on ice, e.g.
78. Pool pick
79. Thunder or Lightning
80. Bears or Bulls
81. Blues or Jazz, e.g.
82. Lightning in Florida, e.g.
83. MY MATE IS OFF-SIDE
84. Reds or Blues
85. SPORTING SIDE
86. GROUP WORKING IN COMBINATION
87. Chiefs or Rams, e.g.
88. TAKE ONE FOR THE ___
89. Collection of horses
90. Cowboys or Indians, e.g.
91. Jaguars or Panthers
92. Jazz or Blues, e.g.
93. American League constituent
94. Group of play mates?
95. Ravens, for example
96. Word with tag or double
97. Lions or tigers or bears
98. Ravens, for one
99. Two mules, e.g.
100. A group working together
101. Vikings or Patriots
102. Padres or Saints, e.g.
103. Bears or Bruins
104. Canadians or Canucks
105. Padres or Saints
106. Sporting group
107. ___ spirit
108. Heat, Flames or Lightning
109. Type of player
110. Band of Patriots
111. Tag-_____ (type of wrestling match)
112. Vikings or Eagles
113. Fantasy group
114. Word before spirit or sport
115. Eagles, for one
116. Debate unit
117. There's no "I" in __
118. 2013 Lorde hit
119. 9-Down, for one
120. Heat, e.g.
121. Spurs or Heat
122. Spurs, e.g.
123. Playmates?
124. Grizzlies, Bears, or Cubs
125. Pats or Sox
126. There's no 'I' in '___'
127. Collaborate, with "up"
128. Cubs or Colts
129. Yay ___!
130. Bears or Cubs
131. Go-go go-between?
132. Locker room group
133. Management group
134. Boston Bruins or Chicago Bears, e.g.
135. Collaborating group
136. Project leader's selection
137. Group with lineups
138. One in the standings
139. SWAT __
140. Rays or Jays
141. __ spirit
142. Angels or Saints
143. Dream __
144. Group of playmates
145. Orioles, e.g.
146. Oxen group
147. Dodgers or Cubs
148. Group of draft animals
149. NHL member
150. Heat or Lightning
151. Coached group
152. Group of horses
153. Bears, Bruins or Cubs
154. Oxen, often
155. Packers or Phillies
156. Home or Visitors
157. Football coach's responsibility
158. Group of athletes
159. Locker-room group
160. Colts or Broncos
161. Group of contestants
162. Comedy ___ (couple like Gracie Allen and 1-Across)
163. Penguins, Padres or Pistons
164. Partner (with)
165. Something's brewing there
166. 4-23-14-10-3-18-25
167. ___ down this wall (Reagan's challenge to 33-Down in 1987
168. Squad with red, white and blue uniforms
169. It may be left holding the bag
170. Get together for a task
171. Occasion to serve light refreshments
172. It's "short and stout" in a children's song
173. Where some leaves settle
174. Big-eared china
175. Joins (with)
176. Item in a trophy case
177. One not looking for individual glory
178. Group associated with 2009's Taxpayer March on Washington
179. Be dashing
180. Red, white and blue group
181. Red, white and blue players
182. Dos little words?
183. Mexican cigar brand
184. Phrase cooed en espaأ±ol
185. Collective effort
186. Eagles, Falcons and Cardinals
187. Je t'aime : French :: ___ : Spanish
188. New Jersey city that's at the terminus of Interstate 80
189. *Sarah Palin or Glenn Beck, e.g.
190. It runs to the right
191. Sons of Liberty gathering
192. Darjeeling server
193. Something to get a spot out of?
194. Common sports injury
195. Words to a Spanish sweetheart
196. It might be left holding the bag
197. I love you, in Spain
198. Ich liebe dich : German :: "___" : Spanish
199. Spanish "I love you"
200. 'Lovergirl' singer Marie
201. Designer Lapidus
202. Dish-drying cloth
203. British poet Hughes
204. They might sit next to coffeepots
205. Produced a napped surface on
206. Media mogul
207. Damn Yankees Nugent
208. Scorpions "___ Me Please Me"
209. Sean Paul "Don't ___ Me"
210. Hint of other song during jam
211. Chelsea, until February 2000
212. Strata holder
213. Certain muscle injury
214. Companion of wear
215. Go like a blue streak
216. American hockey Olympians, collectively
217. Start of a group member's revelation
218. Braves or Mets, say
219. Conference member
220. Reds or Browns
221. Hurricanes, Heat or Avalanche
222. Storm or Sounders, e.g.
223. ____ spirit: cooperation
224. The New York Liberty, e.g.
225. Debating unit
226. Jets or Mets
227. Ravens or Cardinals
228. Bulls, e.g.
229. Conestoga pullers
230. I-less word?
231. Mariners or Pirates
232. Blues, Browns, or Reds
233. Competitive group
234. Word after dream or drill
235. Group
236. Lions or Bears
237. Bears or Tigers
238. Eleven or nine
239. Rams or Cubs
240. Yea, ___!
241. Baseball nine
242. Mets, Jets or Nets
243. Carriage power
244. Giants or Rams
245. Nine or eleven
246. Mets or Jets, e.g.
247. Word with work or mate
248. Kind of mate
249. Work group
250. Yoke
251. Sports group
252. Sports side
253. Span of oxen
254. Made a yoke
255. Jimmy Hoffa follower
256. Collaborate (with)
257. Article of 32-Across
258. A White House scandal
259. Linking (up)
260. Pippen, to Jordan, once
261. Driving force?
262. Join hands (with)
263. Home or "Visitors"
264. Squad
265. Gridiron group
266. A's, e.g.
267. Double ___
268. Thunder, e.g.
269. League constituent
270. League member
271. Stagecoach pullers
272. Bills or Chargers
273. Reds, Browns, or Blues
274. Bears, Bruins or Grizzlies
275. Jazz or Starzz
276. Sports squad
277. There's no 'I' in ___
278. Play mates
279. Plow puller
280. Sled dogs, as a group
281. Word with spirit or player
282. Wagon puller
283. Canadiens or Canucks
284. Mariners, e.g.
285. Bullets in D.C., once
286. Falcons or Eagles
287. Marlins or Seahawks
288. The Los Angeles Sparks of the WNBA, e.g.
289. Washington Nationals, e.g.
290. Kind of spirit
291. Jets, e.g.
292. The _, 2015 Danish drama starring Lars Mikkelsen (4)
293. Opposite
294. Santa's reindeer, e.g.
295. Pair of oxen
296. Stagecoach puller
297. Nets or Jets
298. Sled pullers
299. Orioles or Cardinals
300. Wagon puller, often
301. See 41-Across
302. Word often cried after "Go"
303. Orioles, Eagles or Cardinals
304. What there's no "I" in
305. Skins, e.g.
306. ___ U.S.A.
307. Hawks or Seahawks, e.g.
308. Pair with a plow
309. Broncos or Chargers
310. Eccentric modern writer (5)
311. Group of collaborators
312. Athletic group
313. Set of players
314. Nine men
315. One side in a game
316. Eleven men
317. Liberty or 76ers, for example
318. Smooth-functioning pair
319. Kaz and his men
320. Men working together
321. Pair of horses
322. The Reds, for instance
323. Group setting up in Adama, Ethiopia
324. "Go ___!"
325. "Go ___!"
326. "Home" or "Visitors"
327. "I love you " on a telenovela
328. "The A-___"
329. "The Dream ___" (1989 Keaton comedy)
330. "Them" or "us"
331. "There is no I in ___"
332. "There's no 'I' in '___'"
333. "There's no 'I' in ___"
334. "There's no I in ___"
335. "Twenty-Mule ___ Borax"
336. "Yay ___!"
337. "Yea ___!"
338. 'Yea ___!'
339. -
340. 17A e.g.
341. A group of people playing a sport
342. A live or a nine e.g.
343. A's but not B's
344. A's e.g.
345. A's e.g.... or a word following "A"
346. A-___
347. Abbott and Costello e.g.
348. Act in tandem with "up"
349. Action group
350. Addressees of some pep talks
351. All-American Rejects: "I'm on the Football ___"
352. Allied group
353. Anaheim Angels or New Jersey Devils
354. Any competitive squad
355. Assemblage of Bears
356. Astros for one.
357. Astros.
358. Athletic group.
359. Athletic squad
360. Athletic unit
361. Avalanche in Colorado e.g.
362. BC Lions for one
363. Bad News Bears e.g.
364. Ball club
365. Ball group
366. Band has to act as one
367. Bears or Colts e.g.
368. Bears Bruins or Cubs
369. Bears Bruins or Grizzlies
370. Bears e.g.
371. Bills or Bulls e.g.
372. Blue Jays or Bad News Bears
373. Blue Jays or Cardinals e.g.
374. Blue Jays or Orioles
375. Blue Jays or Orioles e.g.
376. Blue Jays Orioles or Cardinals
377. Blue Jays Orioles or Ravens
378. Blues or Jazz
379. Blues or Jazz e.g.
380. Blues Browns or Reds
381. Bon Iver song that shows spirit?
382. Boston Bruins or Chicago Bears e.g.
383. Braves or Mets say
384. Brewers or Mariners
385. Bucks or Seahawks e.g.
386. Bullets in D.C. once
387. Bullets e.g.
388. Bulls or Bears e.g.
389. Bulls e.g.
390. Bunch of players
391. Cardinals or Orioles.
392. Cardinals Falcons or Ravens
393. Cardinals Hawks or Eagles
394. Cardinals e.g.
395. Cardinals for one.
396. Cards for instance.
397. Chiefs or Rams e.g.
398. Cleveland Indians e.g.
399. Coach's charge
400. Coach's charges collectively
401. Coach's responsibility
402. Cohesive group
403. Collaborate with "up"
404. Collaborative group
405. Colts for one
406. Comedy duo e.g.
407. Common-goal group
408. Competing side
409. Competitive side
410. Competitive squad
411. Cooperate
412. Cooperative unit
413. Court side
414. Cowboys or Indians e.g.
415. Coworkers
416. Coworkers sometimes
417. Crew
418. Crew.
419. Cubs for instance.
420. Dallas Cowboys e.g.
421. Debate squad
422. Devils or Saints e.g.
423. Devils or Santa's reindeer e.g.
424. Diamond nine
425. Division unit
426. Dog or mule grouping
427. Dream ___
428. Dream ___ (O.J.'s lawyers)
429. Eagles or Cardinals
430. Eagles for one
431. Ed Sheeran "The A ___"
432. Either baseball game squad
433. Either side of a soccer game
434. FC Barcelona or Manchester United e.g.
435. Falcons or Eagles e.g.
436. Fantasy sports creation
437. Field unit
438. Five in the NBA
439. Five or eleven.
440. Five or nine.
441. Five nine or eleven
442. Flames on ice e.g.
443. Flyers for one
444. Football coach's crew
445. Four-in-hand e.g.
446. Four-in-hand.
447. Gang (up)
448. Gang up on as in basketball
449. Gang up on as in basketball?
450. Giants or Titans
451. Giants.
452. Goal oriented group
453. Goal-oriented group?
454. Grizzlies or Bears
455. Grizzlies Bears or Cubs
456. Group in a yoke
457. Group of advisers
458. Group of advisors
459. Group of good boys.
460. Group of oxen
461. Group of players
462. Group of playmates?
463. Group of sled dogs
464. Group of sled dogs e.g.
465. Group of workmen.
466. Group playing a game
467. Group that may be home one week and away the next
468. Group that may have an animal mascot
469. Group with a common cause
470. Group with spirit maybe
471. Group working together
472. Group working together.
473. Group.
474. Groups of sled dogs
475. Harnessed group
476. Hawks or Falcons e.g.
477. Hawks or Raptors
478. Hawks or Seahawks e.g.
479. Heat or Hurricanes
480. Heat or Magic
481. Heat or Thunder
482. Heat Flames or Lightning
483. Heat e.g.
484. Heat for one
485. Home ___
486. Horse and wagon
487. Hurricanes Heat or Avalanche
488. Husky group?
489. Hyundai ___ Matches
490. I should not be in it according to an adage
491. I-less group
492. Indians or Senators.
493. Indians e.g.
494. Indians for example.
495. It can't be formed alone
496. It's as strong as its weakest link
497. Jazz collection?
498. Jazz or Blues e.g.
499. Jazz e.g.
500. Jerry Jones owns one in Dallas
501. Jets or Giants
502. Jets or Nets
503. Jets or Ravens e.g.
504. Jets or Sharks
505. Jets or Sharks e.g.
506. Jets Mets or Nets
507. Jets Mets or Nets
508. Jets Mets or Nets e.g.
509. Jets e.g.
510. Jock flock
511. Join (with)
512. Kanye "Take One for the ___"
513. Kind of band work
514. Kind of effort
515. Kind of play
516. Kind of player
517. Kind of player or sport
518. Kind of spirit or sport
519. Kind of sport
520. Kings or Wizards e.g.
521. Knickerbockers for one.
522. Knicks or Nets
523. Lead-in to "mate"
524. Liberty or Mercury
525. Liberty for one
526. Lightning in Florida e.g.
527. Lions for example
528. Lions or Tigers or Bears e.g.
529. Lions Tigers or Bears
530. Lions Tigers or Bears
531. Locker room user
532. Lorde song with the lyric "We sure know how to run things"
533. Los Angeles Chargers e.g.
534. Manager's company?
535. Manager's group
536. Managers field it
537. Manhattan's Jaspers e.g.
538. Mariners e.g.
539. Marlins or Blue Jays e.g.
540. Marlins e.g.
541. Martin and Lewis once
542. Matched group
543. Mets or Jets e.g.
544. Mets or Pilots.
545. Mets Jets or Nets
546. Mets Nets or Jets
547. Minnesota Twins for one.
548. Most fans have a favorite one
549. Mr. and Mrs. North e.g.
550. Nationals again
551. Nats or Nets e.g.
552. Nine of diamonds
553. Nine of diamonds?
554. One of two in a box score
555. One side
556. One working toward a goal?
557. Organized group
558. Orioles e.g.
559. Orioles or Santa's reindeer e.g.
560. Orioles Eagles or Cardinals
561. Ottawa Senators for one
562. Oxen pair
563. Oxen often
564. Padres or Saints e.g.
565. Pair
566. Pair of horses or oxen
567. Pair of oxen e.g.
568. Pair of oxen say
569. Pair off
570. Participant in a game.
571. Patriots or Celtics
572. Penguins on ice e.g.
573. Penguins Padres or Pistons
574. Peter Angelos owns one
575. Pick in an office pool maybe
576. Pirates for one
577. Pirates or Buccaneers e.g.
578. Pirates e.g.
579. Pistons e.g.
580. Play girls?
581. Play group
582. Play mates?
583. Player's club
584. Players of a kind.
585. Players sound like oxen
586. Players.
587. Playing group.
588. Plow animals
589. Plow puller collectively
590. Plow pullers
591. Plow pullers collectively
592. Practice squad?
593. Predators or Sharks
594. Ravens or Cardinals e.g.
595. Ravens or Colts e.g.
596. Ravens or Orioles
597. Ravens for example
598. Ravens for one
599. Recipients of a pep talk
600. Reds or Rays
601. Reds Blues or Browns
602. Reds Browns or Blues
603. Reds Browns or Blues
604. Reds e.g.
605. Rockies for one
606. Ryder Cup group
607. SWAT ___
608. San Jose Sharks e.g.
609. Santa's reindeer e.g.
610. Seattle Seahawks e.g.
611. Selector in an MLB draft
612. Senators in Washington once
613. Senators e.g. but not Representatives
614. Showoff
615. Side
616. Side in a contest
617. Six white horses maybe
618. Skins e.g.
619. Sled dogs as a group
620. Sleigh pullers
621. Sometimes follows A
622. Span
623. Sporting bunch
624. Sporting group.
625. Sports group.
626. Sports unit
627. Spurs e.g.
628. Squadron
629. Stagecoach-pulling group
630. Tag ___ ("Whoomp! There It Is" singers)
631. Tag-___ (type of wrestling match)
632. Task force
633. Tenacious D "Double ___"
634. The "Fighting Irish."
635. The Avengers e.g.
636. The Final Five e.g.
637. The Los Angeles Sparks of the WNBA e.g.
638. The Mets for one.
639. The Nets or the Nats say
640. The New York Liberty e.g.
641. The O's or A's e.g.
642. The Penguins e.g.
643. The Phils e.g.
644. The Rebels e.g.
645. The Royals e.g.
646. The Steelers e.g.
647. The T of USWNT
648. The yoke's on them
649. There is no "I" in it
650. There's no "I" in ___
651. There's no "I" in it they say
652. There's no "i" in this answer
653. There's no I in ___
654. There's no I in it according to the coach
655. There's no I in this answer
656. They play ball together
657. They're a sporting bunch
658. Thunder or Lightning e.g.
659. Thunder e.g.
660. Tigers or Lions
661. Titans or Texans e.g.
662. Twins e.g.
663. Two horses.
664. Two mules e.g.
665. Two or more workhorses.
666. Two oxen or nine men.
667. Type of group
668. Type of spirit
669. UC Santa Cruz Banana Slugs e.g.
670. US Olympic ___
671. Uniform-wearing group
672. Uniformed group
673. Unite (with)
674. United force
675. Varsity group
676. Vegas Golden Knights e.g.
677. Vikings or Warriors
678. Wagon puller often
679. Wagon pullers
680. Washington Nationals e.g.
681. What "there's no 'I' in"
682. What a coach coaches
683. What a mascot represents
684. What there's no I in
685. Where "I" can't be found it's said
686. White Sox or Astros
687. Wild in Minnesota e.g.
688. Wild in St. Paul e.g.
689. Wizards of Washington e.g.
690. Wizards or Magic
691. Word after dream or double
692. Word after mule or school
693. Word before sports or spirit
694. Word famously lacking an I
695. Word with "spirit" or "dream"
696. Word with "spirit" or "player"
697. Word with no I
698. Work crew
699. Work group.
700. Work preceder
701. Working group of oxen or (no yoke) people
702. Yankees or Mets e.g.
703. Yoked group
704. Yoked pair
705. Yoked sight
706. ___ India (cricket squad)
707. ___ building
708. ___ player
709. ___ player (ideal worker)
710. ___ spirit: cooperation
711. ___ up (cooperate).
712. ___ up on: join in
713. ___player
714. Martin and Lewis
715. Word in a college cheer
716. Them or "us"
717. Giants or Titans, e.g.
718. Senators in Washington, once
719. Thunder or Lightning, e.g.
720. Pirates, e.g.
721. Group of sled dogs, e.g.
722. Kings or Wizards, e.g.
723. Ravens or Cardinals, e.g.
724. Go ___!
725. Reds, Blues or Browns
726. Plow puller, collectively
727. There is no I in ___
728. Blue Jays, Orioles or Ravens
729. Falcons or Eagles, e.g.
730. Jets or Ravens, e.g.
731. Orioles e.g.
732. Pirates for one
733. Boggs to Mattingly
734. Joined together with up
735. Lions for example
736. ____ up on: join in
737. Joined together
738. Partnerships of a sort
739. Cougars and Lions
740. Lions or Tigers or Bears, e.g.
741. Sharks and Jets
742. Bench partners
743. Four-in-hand, e.g.
744. Some play with them for money
745. Like a span of oxen
746. Pirates or Buccaneers, e.g.
747. Oxen units
748. Some may or may not be in your league
749. Pair of oxen, say
750. They play at home and away
751. Coach's charges, collectively
752. Infuser, by another name
753. League members
754. Worked together (with "up")
755. Bears or Colts, e.g.
756. The O's or A's, e.g.
757. Lions and Tigers and Bears
758. Collaborating (with "up")
759. Bucks or Seahawks, e.g.
760. Yoked groups
761. Sled dog group
762. Like yoked oxen
763. Tag ___ wrestling
764. Harding administration scandal
765. Bag holders
766. Go like heck
767. Race
768. Rip
769. Mexican Valentine's greeting
770. Words on a Spanish valentine
771. Band
772. Coffee, ___ Me?
773. Camaraderie
774. Ally (with)
775. Bender
776. Make one's hair stand on end?
777. =-- alla Scala (opera house)
778. Nugent
779. '00 Marilyn Manson song "Disposable ___"
780. Flowers that smell like pekoe
781. Cheek streak
782. Dotted-line command
783. Drop of sorrow
784. Glum drop?
785. Glum drop
786. Get dewy-eyed
787. Cardinals, e.g.
788. Bullets, e.g.
789. Latin lover's words
790. ___ coffee?
791. Uniformed units
792. Shed item
793. Baseball or basketball
794. Yearbook section
795. Jets, Mets, or Nets, e.g.
796. Beijing bribe
797. Like yoked animals
798. Wild in Minnesota, e.g.
799. Sports league members
800. Wizards of Washington, e.g.
801. One on the same side
802. Bulls or Bears, e.g.
803. Nats or Nets, e.g.
804. Stadium tunes on game day?
805. Span.
806. Yoke.
807. Sets of players.
808. Member of Dan Tobin's union.
809. Nine men.
810. One side in a game.
811. What a samovar is.
812. Kaz and his men.
813. Pair of horses.
814. Smooth-functioning pair.
815. The Reds, for instance.
816. Associated with.
817. Men working together.
818. Joined.
819. Martin and Lewis.
820. Rangers or Dodgers.
821. Tigers or Lions.
822. Word in a college cheer.
823. Paired.
824. Made to work as a group.
825. Gridiron performers.
826. Souchong dealers.
827. Join together.
828. Nine Giants.
829. Nines and fives.
830. Joining (with "up").
831. Twenty mules.
832. Yankees and others.
833. Performers in 39 Across.
834. Associates in a sport.
835. Indians, for example.
836. Knickerbockers, for one.
837. Nines or fives.
838. Minnesota Twins, for one.
839. Arachnid harmful to a tropical plant.
840. The Mets, for one.
841. Dealer of a sort.
842. Dealer in a certain import.
843. Paired with.
844. Joined (up).
845. Social event.
846. Cards, for instance.
847. Joined forces.
848. Ceylonese trader.
849. Jasmine dealer.
850. Lions, Tigers or Bears
851. Abbott and Costello, e.g.
852. Reds, e.g.
853. See 1-Across
854. Jets, Mets, or Nets
855. See 56 Down
856. Gridiron performers
857. Join together
858. Nine Giants
859. Giants
860. Burns and Allen
861. Twenty mules
862. Rangers, for example
863. The "Fighting Irish"
864. Five or nine
865. Performers in
866. Knickerbockers, for one
867. Cardinals, for one
868. Indians, for example
869. Participant in a game
870. Minnesota Twins, for one
871. Group of workmen
872. The Mets, for one
873. Four-in-hand
874. Two or more workhorses
875. ___ up (cooperate)
876. Astros, for one
877. Players of a kind
878. Group of good boys
879. Mets or Pilots
880. Cubs, for instance
881. Mets or Jets, eg
882. The Indianapolis Colts, for one
883. Bears or Lions