Scores stand for a 34-31 win over the Dolphins
ORCHARD PARK, NEW YORK (AP) — Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills opened the season with a Super Bowl drive.
A week into the playoffs, their goal is still in sight – but hardly.
Allen ignored a three-turn exit, and the three-time defending AFC East Bills champion avoided a major crash by rallying to a 34–31 victory over the seventh seeded and injury-weary AFC Miami Dolphins in the playoff game. On Sunday.
While admitting that he was hardly at his best, Allen said that all that mattered was the final score.
“Weekly seasons, man, that’s it,” he said. “All that matters is to survive and develop. It doesn’t matter how we win, it matters if we win.”
Part of the “if” equation hung in the balance until the final minutes of the game, in which the Bills squandered a 17-0 lead against an opponent who had limped into the playoffs, losing five of their last six and falling to third. quarterback, rookie Skylar Thompson.
Preview: Cincinnati Bengals vs. Baltimore Ravens – prediction, team news, lineups
Sports Mole previews Sunday’s NFL clash between Cincinnati Bengals and Baltimore Ravens, including predictions, team news and possible lineups.
Less than a week after witnessing one of the most frightening moments in NFL history, the Cincinnati Bengals will battle the Baltimore Ravens at Paycor Stadium in a game which could determine who will host a postseason match should these teams meet in the Wild Card Round.
Cincinnati’s encounter with the Buffalo Bills was cancelled after Bills safety Damar Hamlin collapsed on the field, while Baltimore dropped their New Year’s Day clash versus the Pittsburgh Steelers 16-13.
Lucky 7’s: Rangers win seventh straight game in 7-1 blowout of Blackhawks | amNewYork
Just over two weeks ago, the New York Rangers were defeated at home against the last-place Chicago Blackhawks and had several questions regarding their roster and coach. It’s truly incredible how quickly things can change in the NHL.
New York overpowered Chicago in a rematch in the windy city to the tune of a 7-1 blowout victory Sunday night.
It didn’t take long for the Rangers to get their offense started right away thanks to familiar star players. Adam Fox tallied two assists to start while Filip Chytil, Artemi Panarin, and Kaapo Kakko all scored first-period goals to give the Rangers a commanding 3-0 lead after one.
Philipp Kurashev would get the Blackhawks on the board early in the second period, but the Rangers would respond efficiently. Jacob Trouba rocketed a 95 mph shot by Arvid Soderblom for a 4-1 lead for New York.
Extra 14 Embodies DNA of Sporty Catamaran Model
Extra has been fine-tuning its designs because it entered the market in 2019 with the launches of the Extra 12 and Extra 15. The latter stays the flagship of the younger model owned by Groupe Beneteau, whose portfolio contains Lagoon, the world’s most prolific pleasure catamaran builder with about 600 items a 12 months.
Nonetheless, Groupe Beneteau created Extra to assist fill a niche available in the market between luxurious cruising cats and — on the different finish of the spectrum — the stripped-down, high-tech racing cats.
World Cup 1958: When Pele guided Brazil to its first title
It was the second time that a European country hosted two consecutive editions of the tournament, upsetting the south American nations again.
Teams: 16 Format: Group stage, knockouts Matches: 35 Goals: 126 Winners: Brazil Runners-up: Sweden Golden boot: Just Fontaine (France)
NHL roundup: Jets spoil Coyotes’ Mullett Arena debut
Blake Wheeler scored 32 seconds into overtime as the Winnipeg Jets spoiled the Arizona Coyotes' debut at Mullett Arena with a 3-2 decision Friday night in Tempe, Ariz.
Cole Perfetti and Mark Scheifele also scored for the Jets, who rallied from an early two-goal deficit. Goaltender David Rittich made 19 saves in the victory.
Christian Fischer scored both goals for the Coyotes, and goalie Karel Vejmelka kept them in the game with 32 saves at Arizona State University's new 5,000-seat venue.
The winner came after Coyotes defenseman Shayne Gostisbehere turned the puck over at the offensive blue line, giving Winnipeg's Pierre-Luc Dubois a breakaway down the left wing. Dubois got to the faceoff circle before sending a pass across the slot to Wheeler for a one-timer as Vejmelka tried to scramble across the crease.
Islanders 6, Hurricanes 2
Josh Bailey scored a go-ahead goal in his 1,000th NHL game as New York beat Carolina in Raleigh, N.C.
Why Every Closet Is Not Complete Without a Pair Air Jordan 1 Shoes
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Continue reading to discover why you need a pair of Air Jordan 1 sneakers in your closet!
With unbeaten record intact, HC Nick Sirianni says Eagles still challenging themselves to get better
PHILADELPHIA — Eagles coach Nick Sirianni is all about embracing challenges, so following the biggest win of his young career, a 26-17 defeat of the rival Cowboys on Sunday night at Lincoln Financial Field, he wasn’t about to back down when asked to perform the famous handshake from one of his favorite childhood shows, “The Fresh Prince of Bel Air.”
Sirianni had just returned to a largely empty locker room, and there in the middle of it was DJ Jazzy Jeff, a character from the 1990s sitcom. It was debatable who was more excited to meet the other, and after a few minutes someone asked the second-year coach if he could do the handshake that Jeff and Will Smith regularly shared.
As José Abreu nears free agency, is his time with the Chicago White Sox running out? ‘I don’t like goodbyes,’ the veteran 1B says.
José Abreu has been a fixture in the Chicago White Sox lineup for nine seasons.
He was the American League Rookie of the Year in 2014 and the AL Most Valuable Player in 2020. He led the league in RBIs in 2019 and 2020.
And he almost never misses a game.
Abreu’s time with the organization might be winding down. The first baseman will be a free agent after this season.
“As I said before, I’m just thankful and loyal to (Sox Chairman) Jerry (Reinsdorf),” Abreu said through an interpreter when asked Tuesday about the uncertainty of finishing his career with the Sox. “He gave me the opportunity to play here and I appreciate that. I always will be grateful for that opportunity.
“Like I said, I am a White Sox. I’ll be a White Sox (on Wednesday). We’ll see.”
Could he imagine himself in a different uniform?
“I said before, I’ll be a White Sox until tomorrow,” Abreu said.
Injuries Already Adding Up
Well we’re about two weeks into training camp and less than a week away from the start of preseason here for the Chicago Bears. Reports from camp have been a little up and down regarding performance, especially with the offense, but another big takeaway has been injuries.
Heading into the preseason the Bears have tallied up 5 notable injuries, as well as the whole Roquan situation with him being put on the PUP list. Most of the injures reported are for at least a few weeks, which cuts it a little close to the regular season opening.
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