Mike Williams

#15WR,
Height: 6' 2"
Weight: 212
Born:
College: Syracuse
Birth Place: Buffalo, New York
Draft: 2010 4th round (3rd pick) by the
  • Eagles solid betting favorites in matchup with rival Giants
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    Eagles solid betting favorites in matchup with rival Giants

    The Philadelphia Eagles are 5-1 straight up and against the spread in their last six games against the New York Giants. The Eagles host their division rivals in a matchup Sunday afternoon. Philadelphia is a 6-point home favorite at sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark.com. In their last 15 games played in Week 3, the Eagles are 12-3 SU. Philadelphia Eagles The Eagles had a 3-0 SU and ATS streak snapped last Sunday when they lost a hard-fought game on the road to the Kansas City Chiefs 27-20. Philadelphia went 3-0 SU and ATS to start the 2016 season before going just 2-9 SU and 3-10 ATS over their next 11 games. Early returns suggest that this year's team should be more competitive, but a win at

  • College football: South Florida defeats Temple for school-record ninth consecutive win
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    College football: South Florida defeats Temple for school-record ninth consecutive win

    Darius Tice rushed for 117 yards and two touchdowns as No. 21 South Florida dominated defending American Athletic Conference champion Temple 43-7 on Thursday night for its school-record ninth consecutive victory. The Bulls (4-0) have not lost since falling by 16 points to Temple last October in Philadelphia — a setback that wound up costing them a berth in the AAC championship game. Tice scored on runs of 47 and 3 yards. Quinton Flowers, coming off accounting for 386 yards and five TDs in a 24-point blowout of Illinois, also ran for two touchdowns to take sole possession of first place on the Bulls' career rushing TD list with 34. USF's defense, meanwhile, forced six turnovers, including the

  • Fox News

    Despite Chargers' rough start, Rivers remains optimistic

    COSTA MESA, Calif. (AP) -- The odds are against the Los Angeles Chargers reaching the playoffs after starting the season 0-2, especially given the early strength demonstrated by the rest of the AFC West. For quarterback Philip Rivers, however, a poor start doesn't necessarily equate to doom and gloom. "We have 14 games left, and I just know the years we have been on runs," Rivers said Wednesday. "We were 3-1 one year and went to 3-2 and then won 11 in a row. Shoot, what were we, 13-3? We were 2-3 out here and then won 11 in a row. And we were 5-5 the championship year that we went to the championship game and won six in a row. "There's no worry or concern. There is an urgency, but the guys still