The Vikings made the end of Thursday night’s game against the Cowboys interesting by charging down the field to score a touchdown with 25 seconds to play, cutting the Dallas lead to 17-15. So Minnesota went for two, but it failed when Bradford threw the ball into the seats, and the Cowboys are now 11-1. But take a look at the hit to the head Vikings quarterback Bradford took from Cowboys defensive tackle Cedric Thornton on the two-point attempt. This is clearly a penalty, and Minnesota should have gotten another chance to tie the score: “I’m sick and tired of the reffing in this league right now,” Vikings defensive end Brian Robison told the Associated Press after the game. “I’m sick and tired
Draymond Green, notorious for hitting opposing players in the “groin area,” added a new target to his repertoire by kicking James Harden in the head in the second overtime of the Rockets’ 132-127 win over the Warriors on Thursday night. Draymond Green with a foot to Harden's head coming down. Draymond Green prodded a bit more on the late flagrant call: "They going to do what they going to do.
Woods opened the front nine Friday with the exact same score, 33, but this was far different than Thursday’s start-hot, collapse-late run. Woods birdied the first, sixth, and ninth holes, his drives long, his approaches accurate, his putts true. On Thursday, Woods withered at the ends of both halves