Anthony Lynn and the Los Angeles Chargers have some things to play for during their last five games, but the postseason isn't one of them. Lynn publicly acknowledged Wednesday what many already knew — it would take a miracle for his team to make the postseason even if the Chargers win their remaining games to finish 8-8. “I will always want to show them the big picture every once in a while,” Lynn said.
Baker Mayfield made some head-scratching, jaw-dropping mistakes Sunday in Jacksonville, turning what should have been a fairly routine win for the Browns into a nail biter. Despite his errors, Mayfield didn't commit a quarterback's biggest sin: an interception. Mayfield, whose 21 interceptions were the second most in the NFL last season, hasn't thrown a pick since Oct. 25 — a span of almost five games and 123 consecutive passes.
Christmas morning breakfast needs to be something special—but not too fussy. You probably don’t want to be attempting a perfect poached egg, or stuck tending the griddle for an hour. Enter the Christmas breakfast casserole. The best ones can be assembled (or at least, prepped) the night before, so Christmas morning, all you have to do is preheat the oven and pop it in (or better yet, program the slow cooker to get it baked while you sleep). Add a fruit salad or a side of sausage, and a festive Christmas breakfast is served.