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Check out our fantasy football rankings for Week 5 of the 2023 NFL season, with help for every position.
Rodney Harrison tried to get Chris Jones to rip Zach Wilson, to no avail.
If navigating injuries wasn't hard enough, fantasy managers must now factor in bye weeks. Andy Behrens has a list of pickups to address any roster holes.
Rangers GM Chris Young was no fan of an Astros reporter's criticism of his team celebrating clinching a playoff spot.
The Rockets general manager found the allegations regarding Kevin Porter Jr. "deeply troubling."
Israel Adesanya is closing ground on the legendary Anderson Silva as the greatest middleweight in MMA history. He's still in his prime and has an opportunity to add to his list of accomplishments.
Geno Smith wasn't happy with the Giants defense on Monday night.
The Giants confirmed on Monday night that they're one of the NFL's worst teams.
Fantasy football analyst Scott Pianowski audits some key target shares after four weeks of the NFL season.
Giants head coach Brian Daboll said the team had not practiced the play live before attempting it on Monday.
Russ Francis made the Pro Bowl three times with the Patriots and won Super Bowl XIX with the Niners
Fantasy football analyst Jorge Martin recaps the exploits of a trio of young stars in the making in Week 4.
Yahoo Sports' baseball writers offer their playoff predictions, from the wild-card winners to the World Series champions.
The Bengals, meanwhile, are at +3500 to win the Super Bowl after starting 1-3.
Terry Francona has managed the Guardians since 2013.
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Ball was in the best stretch of his young career when his knee gave out. He showed up in full uniform to media day vowing to return.
A flurry of offseason deals and maneuvers has left us with six teams with better than 15-to-1 odds of winning it all. Let's break down what can bolster and derail Giannis, Dame, Steph, LeBron, KD and other stars in their pursuit of the Larry O'Brien Trophy.
Wakefield's 19-year MLB career included 17 years with the Red Sox and two with the Pirates.