Derek Carr and the Raiders outgunned the Chiefs at Arrowhead.
Novak Djokovic was under no illusions about the Herculean effort it would take to beat Rafa Nadal in Sunday's French Open final but even he was surprised by the level of perfection the Spaniard reached to win a 13th title on the Paris clay. The 33-year-old Djokovic did not play badly in the final but it took him 55 minutes before he registered his first game in what turned out to be a mauling. "I don't have much to say but that I was completely outplayed by Rafa, by the better player on the court," top seed Djokovic, who many thought was a slight favourite to end Nadal's domination at Roland Garros, told reporters.
Detroit Lions may be on bye this week, but that did not stop Fox analyst Terry Bradshaw from calling for Matt Patricia's job again.
Smith stayed in the game even after Allen was cleared to return.
Miami likely will be without guard Goran Dragic for the fifth time in these NBA Finals when the Heat meets the Los Angeles Lakers in Game 6 on Sunday (7:30 p.m., ABC).
The Tar Heels moved up from No. 8 after beating Virginia Tech.
Bengals wide receiver A.J. Green looked either lost or bored while a pass meant for him was easily intercepted.
Following Saturday's UFC Fight Night: Moraes vs. Sandhagen event at Flash Forum on Yas Island in Abu Dhabi, the fight promotion announced the recipients of the performance-based bonuses. In a night of spectacular finishes, four fighters were awarded an extra $50,000 for their talents inside the octagon. Joaquin Buckley, Cory Sandhagen, Chris Daukaus, and Tom Breese were awarded Performance of the Night bonuses. Buckley made the most of his trip to "Fight Island," scoring one of the most unbelievable knockouts in combat sports history. The highlight of the finish generated millions of likes and shares. THE MOST UNBELIEVABLE KO IN UFC HISTORY 🤯 #UFCFightIsland5 pic.twitter.com/O7BOJg8h9c— UFC (@ufc) October 10, 2020 In the fight card's main event, Sandhagen scored the biggest win of his career when he knocked out former title challenger and WSOF champion Marlon Moraes. Moraes entered the fight as the top ranked bantamweight in the world. Sandhagen made a statement with his performance and took home some added cash. RELATED > UFC Fight Island 5: Moraes vs. Sandhagen Live Results Otro KO histórico!!!!! Cómo ver viral? @Cors_Life lo sabe! #UFCFightIsland5 pic.twitter.com/SUy0aZMvEl— ufcespanol (@UFCEspanol) October 11, 2020 Middleweight Tom Breese earned his bonus for his first-round knockout of KB Bhullar in the featured bout on the preliminary fight card. The 29-year old got it done with a jab. STUNG. 🐝Tom Breese is back in a BIG WAY.[ Watch more on #ESPNPlus ] pic.twitter.com/8J0Htyd7ho— UFC (@ufc) October 10, 2020 The fourth Performance of the Night bonus went to heavyweight Chad Daukaus for his first-round knockout win over Rodrigo Nascimento. A flurry of punches ended the bout just 45 seconds in. NO TIME AT ALL ⏱ ⚡️ @ChrisDaukausMMA flashing the insane hand speed! [ Watch on #ESPNPlus ] pic.twitter.com/6MXdmLLGeq— UFC (@ufc) October 10, 2020
If there is a lesson from Iga Swiatek’s phenomenal French Open, which culminated on Saturday in a 6-4, 6-1 victory over Australian Open champion Sofia Kenin, it is that a more rounded person often turns out to be a better tennis player as well. All over the world – and especially in Britain – ambitious parents assume that their talented little shotmaker would benefit from total absorption in the game. Yet Swiatek chose to prioritise her schooling, only switching her full attention to tennis once she had completed the equivalent of A-levels this summer. “When she was starting to build her ranking as a 16-year-old, I asked her if she wanted to go full time on the tour,” said Nick Brown, the British mentor who guided Swiatek to the junior Wimbledon title two years ago. “She said, ‘No, I’m staying at school.’ It was non-negotiable. And I thought ‘Good for her.’ “She was saying ‘If it takes a little longer to break through, I believe I can do that,’” Brown added. “She wasn’t in a hurry. It’s a good lesson for younger players.” The Swiatek theory – if we may call it that – also applies to another 19-year-old who has caught the eye over the past fortnight. In Wednesday’s quarter-finals, Jannik Sinner became Rafael Nadal’s 98th victim at Roland Garros, but not before his massive groundstrokes had caused genuine anxiety on the far side of the net.
Charles Barkley is known for inducing laughs, but one Philly-area woman remembers him for his generosity. By Danny Pommells
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Luke Voit, backwards cap atop his head, was disgusted and dismayed. Eyes downcast, he summed up the New York Yankees’ 11th straight season without a title, the team’s widest expanse of failure since the desert between the Reggie Jackson era and the Derek Jeter renaissance.
Rafael Nadal demolished Novak Djokovic 6-0, 6-2, 7-5 to win his 13th French Open and equal Roger Federer's all-time record of 20 Grand Slam titles on Sunday.
Cam Newton's father shared the latest on his son's health Sunday, while FOX Sports' Jay Glazer offered an update on the Patriots QB's COVID-19 test results.
Lakers guard Danny Green received death threats after missing a key shot in Game 5 of the NBA Finals. He wants people to know it's just a game.
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Of all the ridiculous throws Patrick Mahomes has made in his NFL career, one he made against the Raiders on Sunday was the best.
Spending this MLB offseason is a hot topic, as the coronavirus pandemic may have teams being less aggressive in the market. But J.T. Realmuto is one player that multiple teams will be looking at once the World Series passes.
You start here with the New York Yankees, about whom Hal Steinbrenner would probably like a word now: They have now lost with the team they were sure they could finally win with, 11 years from their last World Series, after one World Series title in the last two decades. They had Gerrit Cole, on whom they had lavished a $324 million contract, the richest in history, to start the game. They had ...