While the Rams' defense kept L.A. in the game Monday, the offense's struggles in the red zone and on third down were too much to overcome.
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Just how bad can this get for Matt Eberflus and the Bears?
After landing on the wrong end of another historic blowout Sunday, the Broncos' 2023 season is already short on hope and in need of changes.
Ohio State was there for the taking Saturday. Notre Dame declined the offer.
There's no such thing as a bad win against a top-10 team on the road. Ohio State can rejoice in its win.
Oregon coach Dan Lanning and the Ducks appeared to be suffering from Deion Sanders Fatigue, so they let the Buffs know who they really are.
There’s something to be said for a fan being able to say, “I saw (insert name of iconic athlete here) play.” Rodgers is one of those.
The Bengals might need to think about the state of the team on Nov. 25, not Sept. 25, and give their QB time to heal properly.
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There is plenty of time for Fields to improve, but we know where this could be heading. The Bears do this to quarterbacks.
Don't call it the Kawhi Leonard Rule or the LA Clippers Rule. In truth, the NBA's new Player Participation Policy affects every team.
Otherwise, the 0-2 Bears are doing just great, but only if you're evaluating them as a reality show and not a football team.
A docudrama about the Lakers shouldn't end with the team losing to its hated rival. But that's what happened with "Winning Time" canceled.
Watson must stop thinking about his $230 million contract and the gaudy stats he once achieved. All that matters is finding a way to win.
Whether he was arrogant, fooled himself or flew too close to the sun, Tucker will likely pay dearly for his actions.
Watson's safety net was officially cut when Chubb went down 33 seconds into the second quarter, and now the winds are starting to blow.?
The league and the players have a lot to lose if they do not find a way to reduce the frustration of fans and television partners.
The Patriots made a number of small moves to improve their offense this offseason, but they've been left with results similar to a year ago.
What does the Mike Babcock resignation say about second chances and the NHL's gatekeepers?
Even the greatest coach of all time can't solve the issue of not having a top-level quarterback to run his offense.
There was hope coming into this season, but even with the hype around Justin Fields, it was guarded and speculative. And now it's waning.
John Davidson, Jarmo Kekalainen and others should face tough questions about Babcock and the cellphone issue that led to his departure.
It was never a likely outcome. But Bartolo Colón, an aging pitcher with lots of baggage, became an undisputed fan favorite in Queens.