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Devin McCourty admits defeat, makes good on bet with brother Jason

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The Patriots-Titans game hasn't even begun, but Devin McCourty has already admitted defeat.

On Friday night, a billboard of him and his brother went up in Foxborough, with the statement, "Jason doesn't win often, but he beat me this year!"

The billboard isn't a prediction for the game, though. It's the result of a bet made this summer as part of their Tackle Sickle Cell campaign and the annual 5K walk/run they host in Jersey City, N.J. The always competitive twins agreed that whoever raised less money for the 5K would have to admit it in a very public way. In the end, Titans cornerback Jason edged out Devin for the win.

While D-Mac may have lost this time, you can help him return to his winning ways off the field in a big way. As thePatriots nominee for Walter Payton Man of the Year, he has a chance to win $20,000 for Tackle Sickle Cell through the first-ever "Charity Challenge." Through Dec. 31, use #McCourtyWPMOYChallenge on social media to show your support for Devin. The player with the most mentions will take home the prize for his charity of choice.

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