NFL Week 2: Highlights, injury updates
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Plus, the Patrick Mahomes Traveling Road Show brings thrills and chills to Pittsburgh, questionable ahem call on Clay Matthews, Case Keenum makes things interesting, Aaron Rodgers looks good, the Falcons get it right in the red zone and a bad day for kickers. Also this week in Nine Innings, we look at the historical problem facing a Cubs pitcher and highlight the most important series this week.
The NFC North matchup between the Vikings and the Packers had it all—a hobbled Aaron Rodgers, missed field goals, controversial defensive calls, overtime and, to cap it off, a tie. Ed Orgeron and the Tigers continue to show they may actually know what they're doing, while a weird day in the Big Ten introduces a few new faces to the Top 10 in Week 3. Vince McMahon made the decision to bring back Brock Lesnar to end Hell in a Cell, but the finish left viewers searching for closure.
It's the untold story behind the greatest comeback in baseball history. The Andy Reid Coaching Tree. From classics revisited to powerhouse showdowns, we look at the best -- and worst -- Fall Classic possibilities. Marcell Ozuna puts the Cardinals up early with a solo home run in the second inning. Adam Wainwright strikes out nine, allowing just two hits over six scoreless innings. With Dellin Betances and the rest of New York's bullpen wearing down, Aroldis Chapman's return might help restore order to the relief corps.
The focus has been on marquee talents like Manny Machado and Bryce Harper, but Daniel Murphy and others should also get top dollar. After three years away from LA, Matt Kemp is determined to make the most of his second stint with the team that made him a star.
It's mid-September and that means it is officially clinching season across MLB. Now that the Indians have joined the Red Sox, which teams could be popping champagne next?
How is Oakland winning with Edwin Jackson, Brett Anderson and any one of a dozen other pitchers on its starting staff? Not bad company for PatrickMahomes5. He will be inactive. On the very first play from scrimmage Patriots' first-round pick Sony Michel expected to make his NFL debut today, back from a knee injury, per league source.
Patriots' RB Rex Burkhead concussion also likely to play vs. Jaguars, but still needs to clear pre-game warmups without any setbacks. Aaron Rodgers injury update: Packers QB reportedly will play against Vikings https: