Taylor Ward hits an RBI single to get the Angels on the board against the Rangers in the bottom of the second inning
It was not a good day for the Detroit Lions defense in Green Bay in Week 2. They were not the only ones who did not have their “A” game in Lambeau Field. The FOX broadcast crew also had a rough afternoon.
The injury carts rolled out twice in three plays and the 49ers lost a few more key players. Raheem Mostert ran for an 80-yard touchdown on San Francisco's first play from scrimmage and Jimmy Garoppolo threw two TD passes - before both players sat out the second half with injuries - to lead the banged-up 49ers to a 31-13 victory Sunday. It was a costly victory for San Francisco, which was already hurting in a big way before losing Garoppolo to a high ankle sprain and Mostert to an injured knee.
Cincinnati Bengals quarterback Joe Burrow made history Thursday night, winning over most everyone who watched his team's loss to the Cleveland Browns. Not hard to see why — Burrow attempted more than 60 passes, threw three touchdowns and didn't throw an interception, literally making history. Since, all the talking heads and big names have come out and had nothing short of praise for Burrow.
Bryson DeChambeau won the 120th U.S. Open. Here is the prize money for the champion and rest of the players who competed at Winged Foot Golf Club:
Phillies lose the game and maybe (hold your breath) Bryce Harper originally appeared on NBC Sports Philadelphia The Phillies may have lost more than an important game on Sunday. They may have lost an important player, too. Bryce Harper left the 6-3 loss to the Toronto Blue Jays with an injury in the seventh inning.
Much has been said this week about Buccaneers coach Bruce Arians publicly criticizing quarterback Tom Brady for his performance in his first game with the team. A former long-time NFL assistant coach has offered a different potential source of criticism for Bruce Arians: Bruce Arians himself. “You wanna blame somebody, blame yourself because your team was outcoached,” Rob Ryan said on Sky Sports' Inside the Huddle.
Danny Lee withdrew after a third-round 78 at the 120th U.S. Open, citing a wrist injury. But it wasn't a pained shot from Winged Foot's luscious rough that appeared to be the catalyst for the WD. Lee was 3 over par for the round, facing a 4-foot par putt on the par-4 18th to finish the day.
Vikings' Kirk Cousins awful vs. Colts originally appeared on NBC Sports Washington Sunday has simply not been Kirk Cousins' day. The Vikings passer has been unable to get Minnesota's offense in a rhythm all afternoon long, as they have totaled just three points through the game's first three quarters. Both Minnesota and Indianapolis entered Sunday's matchup desperate for a victory and to avoid the dreadful 0-2 start.
LeBron was getting up some corner threes and told Waiters Jr. he would make 100 straight. When LeBron missed one, “I missed that on purpose.” “I missed that on purpose, so you'd think I'm human,” LeBron joked.
A week before Big Ten teams become eligible again for The Associated Press college football poll, No. Marshall is ranked for the first time since 2014 and Miami jumped to No. after a conference road victory.
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Novak Djokovic knows it isn't model behavior when he loses his cool on the tennis court. Exactly two weeks after he was defaulted from the U.S. Open, and a day after he was warned by the chair umpire for breaking his racket in a fit of rage, Djokovic received an obscenity warning midway through a 7-5, 6-3 win over Casper Ruud in the Italian Open semifinals Sunday. The obscenity came in the third game of the second set, by which time Djokovic had a running dialogue with the chair umpire over a series of contested calls.
SNY NBA Insider Ian Begley and Digital Editor-In-Chief Maurice Peebles talk about the likelihood that Rockets Russell Westbrook will head to New York in the offseason.
Exclusive look inside Allegiant Stadium before Raiders' opener originally appeared on NBC Sports Bayarea After seeing Allegiant Stadium rise from the ground during its 31-month construction time span, Raiders fans have seen a multitude of images of the facility's exterior. With pictures of the interior limited to those of scrimmages the Raiders held in the stadium, the full scale of what the stadium has to offer has yet to be seen. Ahead of its grand debut on “Monday Night Football,” airing on both ABC and ESPN to mark the monumental occasion, the Las Vegas Review-Journal was provided a tour of the new $2 billion stadium.
Danny Lee has withdrawn from the U.S. Open, and it wasn't a particularly pretty end at Winged Foot Golf Club. Lee, the 30-year-old from New Zealand, managed to hold it together moderately well through the start of the day. He was 3 over through five holes but logged his first birdie at No.
Chargers rookie quarterback Justin Herbert carved his name into the record books against the Chiefs Sunday. Herbert became the first player in NFL history with a rushing and passing touchdown in the first half of their debut game since 1954 since Bob Clatterbuck of the Giants in 1954, per NFL History. Herbert made his debut after Tyrod Taylor was unable to start the game due to a chest injury.
Brett Favre might be a bigger Tom Brady fan than we realized. The Pro Football Hall of Fame quarterback came to Brady's defense earlier this week by calling out Buccaneers head coach Bruce Arians for his criticism of the Tampa Bay quarterback following their Week 1 loss. "I think you're barking up the wrong tree," Favre said Tuesday.
Ron Gardenhire didn't need to say it. "I hope and pray that you guys don't think I'm walking out on you," Gardenhire told Detroit Tigers' players and coaches at 4:30 p.m. Saturday, just 90 minutes before first pitch. Gardenhire drove to Comerica Park for Saturday's 6:10 p.m. game with the Cleveland Indians as a manager — the leader of a rebuild.
Kevin Durant has not held back from taking shots at the Knicks since signing with Brooklyn. Saturday, Durant turned his attention to Knicks fans and media. Durant appeared on rapper Joe Budden's podcast Saturday and, among other things, fired shots when asked if he could “leave the Knicks alone.