FOXBOROUGH, Mass.—In their first meeting with Kansas City, the Patriots had quarterback Patrick Mahomes figured out—at least for a half.
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THOUSAND OAKS, Calif.—Todd Gurley never had a true running partner during his first four regular seasons with the L.A. Rams.
The superstar running back took most of the carries and grinded out most of the tough yards while his back-ups played only sparingly.
VANCOUVER—Ken Hitchcock wants Edmonton Oilers' fans to brace for a wild ride.
Edmonton's head coach thinks games will get tighter through the second half of the NHL season and look more like the intense action that saw the Oilers beat the Vancouver Canucks 3-2 in a shootout last night.
MELBOURNE, Australia—This was quite a return for Serena Williams. Almost as if she never left.
In her first match at the Australian Open since winning the 2017 title while pregnant, and her first official match anywhere since a loss in the chaotic U.S. Open final last September, Williams looked to be at her dominant best, overpowering Tatjana Maria 6-0, 6-2 in the first round today.
METAIRIE, La.—Saints' third-year defensive tackle David Onyemata planned to spend today—the players' usual day off—performing some extra conditioning work at club headquarters.
He is among a trio of defensive linemen likely headed for more snaps against one of the best offences in the NFL this Sunday with a trip to the Super Bowl on the line.
Kaitlyn Lawes playing third for Rachel Homan, Ben Hebert throwing lead stones for U.S. skip John Shuster, and Sweden's Niklas Edin calling games with Scotland's Jennifer Dodds as his vice all are possible scenarios in this year's Continental Cup of Curling.
KANSAS CITY, Mo.—Andy Reid sat inside an opulent suite high above the field in Arrowhead Stadium six years ago—a sparkle in his eyes and a broad smile hiding underneath his bushy, red moustache.
He just had been fired by the Philadelphia Eagles after a mostly successful 14-year run highlighted by a Super Bowl appearance, and by all accounts he should have been weary and beaten.
TORONTO—The Maple Leafs talked ahead of last night's game about how matching a reeling opponent's desperation level would be crucial.
They didn't come close.
WINNIPEG—This time Bryan Little scored the game-winner with the spotlight on him.
The Jets' forward found the back of the net off a rebound at 4:49 of overtime yesterday to lift Winnipeg to a 4-3 victory that extended the Anaheim Ducks' losing streak to 11 games.
HONOLULU—Matt Kuchar didn't have the start he wanted yesterday in the Sony Open—not with three bogeys in five holes after making just one through three rounds.
The finish was better than he could have imagined.
Kuchar seized control late in the round with back-to-back birdie putts, the second one on No. 16 prompting a rare show of emotion with a fist pump.