Monthly Archives: October 2017

Ben McAdoo isn’t calling plays for the Giants. Mike Sullivan is.

The Giants are 0-5, and something had to give. Ben McAdoo took that step by handing over play calling responsibilities to offensive coordinator Mike Sullivan. New York hasn’t been able to get the run game going at all. Coming into … Continue reading

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Buccaneers quarterback Jameis Winston left Sunday’s loss to the Cardinals after suffering a shoulder injury in the first quarter.

Over their last 14 games on the road against teams with winning records, the Giants are 2-12 SU and 3-10-1 ATS per the OddsShark NFL Database. Allowing only 260.8 total yards per game, the Broncos have the best total defense … Continue reading

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Chinese fans also seem drawn to the way in which Curry and the Warriors race up and down the court.

“I think it’s our style of play,” Thompson said. “I think they see we do it as a team, we do it as a unit. You got guys like Steph and KD, it’s easy to watch us play all the … Continue reading

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Dusty Baker’s future with Nationals shouldn’t depend on postseason results

After Game 1 of the National League Division Series, when the Cubs beat Washington in a tightrope duel that underscored just how thin the margin is between winning and losing, the local postgame radio show featured caller after caller blaming … Continue reading

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For the purpose of this exercise, let’s say the Knicks select eighth again.

When I was about 9 years old, I joined a local bowling league for anyone 18 and under. Needless to say, it would have pointless for my team of fourth graders to attempt to compete with a squad of high-school … Continue reading

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I don’t think it’s too much to assume this was a well-planned publicity stunt.

Watt, the three-time Defensive Player of the Year, was injured in the first quarter and the team announced that he sustained a tibial plateau fracture, but didn’t provide any details on how long he’ll be out. The defensive end returned … Continue reading

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The Seahawks found a way to beat the upstart Rams on Sunday.

Taylor Lewan, OT, Tennessee Titans: Already missing starting quarterback Marcus Mariota in Week 5, the Titans lost starting left tackle Lewan during the first quarter. The team indicated at the time that Lewan has a knee injury and was questionable … Continue reading

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McCown, surprising Jets soar past winless Browns 17-14

McCown won only one game as a starter in two seasons with Cleveland, and that came in Baltimore. He went 0-7 at home for the Browns (0-5), who released him on Feb. 7 in a cost-cutting move. The 38-year-old wasn’t … Continue reading

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Source: Bucs LB Lavonte David has left ankle sprain, is week-to-week

Tampa Bay Buccaneers linebacker Lavonte David has a medial left ankle sprain and will be week-to-week, a source told ESPN on Monday. David was carted off the field late in the fourth quarter of the Bucs’ 34-17 loss to the … Continue reading

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Chiefs to consider Alex Smith offers after season, report says

Alex Smith could soon be on his way out of Kansas City. The Chiefs are expected to consider trade offers for the veteran quarterback after the conclusion of this season, ESPN reported, citing unidentified league sources. It would be easy, … Continue reading

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