Thomas' nation-leading times in the 200 and 500 free have prompted more debate about fairness when it comes to transgender athletes. One potential rival has something deeper on her mind.
You want to "fix" overtime? Have all three phases in the ultimate team game do what they're supposed to do. There's your fix.
Fourteen months to the day since his torn ACL, Burrow played like a pair of calm, clutch greats in leading the Bengals to an upset of the AFC's top seed.
Hammon and Weatherspoon each did what they wanted to do and what they felt was right for their situation. Of course that's how it should be.
The NFL's plan to "honor" Dr. King during Monday's Rams-Cardinals game is more of the same: a fraudulent, ridiculous scheme from a league whose actions show its true heart again and again.
Cincinnati waited a long, long time for this, and even then, the Raiders looked like they might steal it away at the very end.
David Culley inherited the league's worst roster and dragged it to four wins, including one over the AFC's No. 1 seed. As is too often the case with Black coaches, outperforming expectations didn't matter.
Before resigning in disgrace during the email scandal in October, Gruden's second stint with the Raiders had been characterized by strong starts and poor finishes. Bisaccia flipped the script in impressive fashion.
His quarterback is on his last legs. His so-so roster suffered numerous injuries. Yet here Tomlin is, back in the playoffs with a 15th non-losing record in 15 seasons coaching the Steelers.