NFL game plans feature nuances galore and multiple moving parts, yet Pittsburgh Steelers faithful seemed to accentuate one thing above all else -- the need for more man-to-man defensive coverage -- after the resounding loss to the New England Patriots in the AFC title game. "As the road gets narrower, those things become evident at times, and sometimes painfully evident -- our inability to play man-to-man effectively, our inability to apply consistent pressure on the quarterback without blitzing, and obviously, our inability to maintain balance as Le’Veon Bell was unavailable to us, were issues in that game, specifically. The Steelers have employed zone principles for years but are open to man coverage, which was a strength for first-round pick Artie Burns coming out of the 2016 draft.
Lonzo Ball must have gotten his basketball genes from his mother. Famous dad LaVar Ball has been telling anyone who’ll listen that he would beat Michael Jordan in a game of 1-on-1. Men lie, women lie, ball don’t — well, now that we have video of LaVar playing, we can safely say that this Ball did lie.
From Harper's BAZAARPrince George is officially going to school. The three-year-old royal will attend Thomas's Battersea School in London starting in September 2017, Kensington Palace announced. His parents Prince