Matthew Stafford tossed a pair of touchdowns to Eric Ebron and Marvin Jones, and Jamal Agnew returned a punt for an 88-yard touchdown as the Detroit Lions improved to 2-0 with a 24-10 victory over the New York Giants on Monday night. Meanwhile, the return of Odell Beckham Jr. to the Giants’ lineup did little to fix New York’s offensive woes. Ereck Flowers had a difficult time handling Lions defensive end Ziggy Ansah and Eli Manning was sacked five times on the night.
Going to a sports game is a financial commitment. Tickets. Parking. Food. It’s expensive. Always. Well, almost always. One stadium is trying to change that. Last year, buying a hot dog at an Atlanta Falcons game would have set you back $5.50. This year, at the newly opened Mercedes-Benz Stadium, they're $2.00. That’s a major pricing cut for the good people of Atlanta. And a soda to wash it down? Yeah, two bucks as well, including unlimited free refills. On Twitter this weekend, fans were into it. “We know one of the great complaints across America has been fan pricing, food pricing, value pricing for food and beverages,” said Falcons owner and Home Depot founder Arthur Blank in an interview with
Rob Demovsky ESPN Staff Writer Close Covered Packers for Green Bay Press-Gazette from 1997-2013 Two-time Wisconsin Sportswriter of the Year as selected by the National Sportscasters and Sportswriters Association Follow on Twitter ATLANTA -- Yes, Aaron Rodgers thinks the Green Bay Packers can beat the Atlanta Falcons despite evidence to the contrary. It just doesn’t sound like he thinks they can beat them here. Arguments can be made from now until the playoffs about whether the Packers have closed the gap on the Falcons, who, after Sunday’s 34-23 win at the new Mercedes-Benz Stadium, own three wins over Rodgers and his crew in the past 10 months, all of them in Atlanta. The Packers sliced the