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Jets Drop Colts to 0-2 With Dominating 20-7 Win
The Jets defense forced five Colts turnovers, including four by Andrew Luck, and New York easily beat Indianapolis, 20-7, on the road Monday night.
The Packers Can Beat the Seahawks & What Else We Learned in NFL Week 2
The Seahawks are winless, and the Cowboys are Tony Romo-less. For now. Here’s what we learned in Week 2 of the NFL.
Denny Hamlin Wins 1st Race of NASCAR’s 2015 Chase at Chicago
Denny Hamlin overcame a bad starting position and an awful start to the race to win the myAFibRisk.com 400 at Chicagoland Speedway in Illinois on Sunday — the first race day in NASCAR’s 2015 Sprint Cup Series Chase playoffs.
Broncos Shock Chiefs, 31-24, on Late Fumble Recovery Return for TD
Bradley Roby returned a Jamaal Charles fumble 21 yards for a touchdown with 27 seconds left and the Denver Broncos continued their dominance of the Chiefs with a 31-24 win in Kansas City on Thursday night.
NFL Week 2 Preview: Seattle vs. Green Bay Is Must-See TV
A strong slate of games dots the Week 2 NFL schedule. Here’s a preview of the most interesting contests this week.
49ers Drub Vikings; Falcons Edge Eagles on Monday Night
San Francisco and Atlanta won their 2015 NFL debuts on Monday night. Here’s a recap of the Week 1 doubleheader:
Buccaneers Fans Wish They Had Marcus Mariota & Other Things We Learned in NFL Week 1
An incredible rookie performance and some key injuries dominated the headlines on the first Sunday of the 2015 NFL season. Here are the most important things we learned in Week 1:
Matt Kenseth Wins at Richmond; Chase Field Set
Matt Kenseth dominated the field to win NASCAR's Federated Auto Parts 400 Sprint Cup Series race at Richmond International Raceway in Virginia on Saturday night.
Gronk’s 3 TDs Lead New England Past Pittsburgh, 28-21
Tom Brady threw four touchdown passes, including three to tight end Rob Gronkowski, and New England beat Pittsburgh, 28-21, in the opening game of the 2015 NFL season in Foxboro, Mass. on Thursday night.
NFL Week 1 Preview — Are We Still Talking About the Patriots’ Balls?
The 2015 NFL season officially kicks off Thursday night in New England, where the defending Super Bowl champion Patriots will begin their quest to repeat with a tough first-week game against the Steelers. The rest of the league gets started on Sunday. Here’s what you need to know about Week 1…