Chargers QB Justin Herbert had a huge part in downing the Chiefs in Week 3.
Dustin Johnson went 5-0 to lead the U.S. to the Ryder Cup on Sunday, and then he let loose at the winners' press conference.
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That's a big loss for the Giants.
The NFL cannot hide from another officiating error that directly costs the Lions a win
The Pittsburgh Steelers hoped the quarterback’s experience and savvy would be enough for one final playoff run. That theory looks seriously misguided Ben Roethlisberger reflects on Sunday’s loss to the Bengals. Photograph: Gene J Puskar/AP The only thing more painful than moving on from a franchise quarterback too quickly is holding on to one too long. Three weeks into the season, it has become painfully clear that the Pittsburgh Steelers miscalculated in bringing back Ben Roethlisberger for one
After a wild college football weekend, poor showings by three brand-name programs have them tumbling in this week's version of the NCAA Re-Rank 1-130.
The Hornets’ coach was asked Monday about LiAngelo Ball’s absence from the training camp roster.
Did Brooks Koepka and Bryson DeChambeau just become best friends? DeChambeau was shown Sunday night wearing a hilarious "Stepbrothers"-themed T-shirt.
K'Vaughan Pope had to be escorted to the locker room by an OSU staffer after a heated moment on the sideline.
Lane Kiffin is still at it, attempting to inject his unique brand of rat poison into the Crimson Tide! Check out what he said, this time.
A totally dominant American team hammered Europe to win the Ryder Cup in a record winning margin on Sunday. Padraig Harrington was at the helm of Europe's crushing loss - and Telegraph Sport looks at seven key areas where the Irishman could have done better.
Bryson DeChambeau, who got five hours sleep Sunday night, was in Detroit Monday for the announcement.
Mitch Trubisky was part of the problem, but Matt Nagy was the biggest problem with the Bears' offensive woes, and fans are recognizing that.
A graphic message from Tiger Woods to the US team helped inspire their record-breaking Ryder Cup win, with the 15-time major winner reportedly sending a message prior to the final day to "step on their necks". Woods was not at Whistling Straits because he is still recovering from catastrophic leg injuries suffered in a February car crash. But US captain Steve Stricker enlisted him as unofficial vice-captain and it is understood he was in regular touch with the teamroom. However, it was his contr
Nearly thirteen years ago, a controversial non-call of delay of game happened in a Ravens win over the Titans in the playoffs. It happened again on Sunday, and it benefited the Ravens, again. On the play preceding the game-winning, 66-yard field goal from Justin Tucker, the play clock expired before quarterback Lamar Jackson got the [more]
College football expert picks, predictions for Week 5, highlighted by Cincinnati at Notre Dame, Arkansas at Georgia, and Ole Miss at Alabama
Dak Prescott has lost three touchdowns in the first quarter. The first came when his pass to a wide-open CeeDee Lamb was underthrown, allowing Steven Nelson to tackle the Cowboys receiver on the 1-yard line. The second came when replay overturned Ezekiel Elliott‘s 5-yard touchdown catch, ruling his knee was down before the ball crossed [more]
Herbstreit ranks his top four
Golden State Warriors forward Andrew Wiggins is sticking to his beliefs when it comes to staying unvaccinated for COVID-19, even though that decision could soon cost him playing in home games. Wiggins faces the possibility of not being allowed into Golden State’s home building at Chase Center for games come Oct. 13 when the San Francisco Department of Public Health begins requiring proof of vaccination for large indoor events. “Back is definitely against the wall, but I’m just going to keep fighting for what I believe,” Wiggins said at media day Monday.