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Rebecca Lowe, Robbie Earle, and Phil Neville analyze an action-packed Sunday where Everton took down Chelsea, Tottenham cruised past Newcastle, and more.
Simms and Florio preview the blockbuster NFC East showdown between the Eagles and Cowboys, where bragging rights and playoff seeding is on the line during Sunday Night Football.

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  • ATL Running Back #7
    It wasn’t the most efficient day for Robinson, but he led the Falcons backfield in touches while scoring a three-yard touchdown. Cordarrelle Patterson and Tyler Allgeier combining for 12 carries is not ideal, but Robinson got the bulk of the red zone opportunities. He saw two carries and a target inside the 10-yard line on the Falcons’ first drive, none of which converted into a score. Fantasy managers would like to see Robinson get more backfield touches, though he is getting the higher-leverage touches for now. Consider Robinson an RB1 for Week 15 against the Panthers.
  • BAL Wide Receiver #3
    Beckham’s first catch came on an impressive 20-yard grab where he had to make a full-body adjustment in the air to pull in the catch. His second catch wasn’t quite as impressive but was more impactful. Beckham snuck behind the Rams’ secondary after shaking his defender to connect with Lamar Jackson on a 46-yard score — it was the Ravens’ second touchdown of 40-plus yards in as many drives. The day could have been much better for Beckham, whose 10 targets tied with Zay Flowers for the team-high, but Beckham continues to look better and better as the season goes. He’s now gone for 50 or more yards in three of his last five games and has also scored in three of his last five. Beckham will be on the high-end WR3 radar in next week’s game against the Jaguars.
  • TB Tight End #88
    Otton saw the third-most targets amongst Buccaneers pass-catchers, catching two of them. After a zero-target day last week, it is encouraging to see Otton get utilization as the third option in the offense again. He capped off his day on the receiving end of an 11-yard Baker Mayfield game-winning touchdown toss. Otton will be a TE2 option in Week 15 against the Packers.
  • LAR Running Back #23
    Williams rushed seven times for 43 yards on the Rams’ first possession. The Rams called nine-straight run plays out of the gate only to see an effective drive stall in the red zone, but Williams, as we’ve come to expect, once again operated in a bell-cow role. His longest run of the day went for a 14-yard gain, but Williams ripped off multiple chunk yards to finish with a solid 4.6 YPC. Fantasy managers would have liked to see him find the end zone in this one, but it’s hard to be upset with his overall production. Williams should have a chance to go off in Week 15 against the Commanders, where he’ll be treated as a high-end RB1.
  • LAR Quarterback #9
    The offenses exchanged blows all day long in this one and needed overtime to officially sort things out. Stafford completed multiple passes of 20-plus yards on the evening as he and his duo of receivers torched the Ravens’ secondary all afternoon. Stafford would connect with Cooper Kupp, Davis Allen, and Demarcus for touchdown scores on the afternoon and was at his best late in the fourth quarter. With the Rams in need of a game-tying field goal late, Stafford completed passes of 19 and 34 yards on back-to-back plays to put the Rams within field goal range. Kicker Lucas Havrisik would hit a 36-yard attempt to force overtime, but a punt return touchdown by the Ravens after the Rams went three-and-out would seal their fate in overtime. Stafford has now thrown three or more touchdowns in three straight games and will be on the QB1 radar in Week 15 when the Rams take on a down-bad Commanders defense.
  • MIN Wide Receiver #18
    Jefferson took a huge shot over the middle on his second catch of the game and was escorted to the locker room soon thereafter. Jefferson is returning from a long stint on IR with a hamstring injury. Expect the team to be cautious with their superstar wideout.
  • TB Wide Receiver #13
    Evans only saw one target in the entire first half against the Falcons. The Buccaneers’ downfield offense struggled all day, leading to more of a Chris Godwin game and silence from Evans, who made his first catch in the third quarter. Evans nearly had a touchdown grab in the fourth quarter but could not get in-bounds to capitalize. He has erupted for fantasy production in weeks past and shouldn’t be expected to have one-catch days often. Evans ranks as a WR2 against the Packers in Week 15.
  • CHI Wide Receiver #2
    Moore kept up his elite production with Justin Fields under center, this time adding his first career rushing score. Moore’s aerial strike was a 38-yarder where he got a step Jerry Jacobs and blew him away en route to the house. Finally playing with a quarterback who treats him like the alpha he is, Moore has become a safe WR1, especially for matchups like the one he has in Week 15, vs. Arizona.
  • TB Wide Receiver #14
    Godwin saw utilization immediately, catching the first Baker Mayfield pass of the game. On 11 targets, he was mostly held in check by the Falcons secondary. Godwin dropped a pass and caught a few for short yardage until the last drive of the game, where he caught a 34-yard pass to extend the Buccaneers’ game-winning drive. Godwin led the team in targets on a rare Mike Evans off-day and will be a high-end WR3 against the Packers in Week 15.
  • NO Wide Receiver #12
    Olave survived a head shot in the end zone to hang on to a touchdown and save his statistical day against Carolina. Derek Carr was his usual miserable self, deflating the fantasy prospects of every New Orleans pass catcher. Olave remains the team’s clear No. 1 wideout and should benefit from target volume when the Saints are pushed. That’s unlikely to happen in Week 15 against the Giants.


Prescott preaches team-first approach with Cowboys
Dak Prescott sits down with Jason Garrett to reflect on his eight-year journey as a Dallas Cowboy, locker room camaraderie, inspiring his community and taking this season to the next level.

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Premier League

It was a good weekend to be from Merseyside — whether blue or red — as the Premier League hit Week 16
Robbie Earle and Phil Neville hit the tactics board to break down some of the best fullbacks in the Premier League, and discuss the evolution of the position.
Chelsea manager Mauricio Pochettino recaps his side’s 2-0 loss to Everton at Goodison Park in Matchweek 16.
Everton manager Sean Dyche reflects on the Toffees’ 2-0 win against Chelsea at Goodison Park in Matchweek 16.


It took a long, long time but the Browns eventually defeated the Jaguars 31-27.
The Bills are off to a good start in Kansas City on Sunday afternoon.
Vikings wide receiver Justin Jefferson finally returned today from the hamstring injury that cost him seven games.


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Eric Samulski breaks down his fantasy football defense rankings for Week 14.
Matthew Pouliot reacts to Shohei Ohtani’s incredible 10-year, $700 million contract with the Dodgers.
With the inaugural In-Season Tournament finished, the NBA schedule is back to “normal” in Week 8.
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Dak Prescott sits down with Jason Garrett to reflect on his eight-year journey as a Dallas Cowboy, locker room camaraderie, inspiring his community and taking this season to the next level.
Chris Simms and Mike Florio preview the blockbuster NFC East showdown between the Philadelphia Eagles and Dallas Cowboys, where bragging rights and playoff seeding is on the line during Sunday Night Football.
Mike Florio and Peter King look ahead to Week 14’s massive clash between the Eagles and Cowboys and emphasize why Dallas must secure the NFC’s top seed.
Entering Week 14 of the NFL season, PFF breaks down key players in the Cowboys vs. Eagles matchup, highlighting standout players from both sides of the ball.
Matthew Berry, Jay Croucher and Connor Rogers look at who they love and and hate fantasy wise in the highly-anticipated divisional clash between the Dallas Cowboys and Philadelphia Eagles on Sunday Night Football.
Dan Patrick talks about Dak Prescott’s MVP chances and how a win against divisional rival Philadelphia will be important to boost his credentials.
Matthew Berry breaks down his positional rankings for Week 14 of the 2023 NFL season.


The injury looked like it could have been much worse at the time.
There will be tweaks for future seasons, but the In-Season Tournament is here to stay (at least for a while).

College Football

The College Football Transfer Portal is underway. Here is a one-stop shop to track which big-name players are on the move this offseason.
Daniels, who transferred from Arizona State to LSU in 2022, received 503 first-place votes and 2,029 points.
Army won its fourth Commander-in-Chief’s Trophy in seven years with the victory.

College Basketball

James entered the game about seven minutes into the first half, with some in the crowd at Galen Center standing and cheering.
Vaughn Dalzell predicts the winner of Seton Hall and Rutgers, plus how to bet on UConn versus Arkansas Pine-Bluff.
Bronny James returned to full-contact basketball practice on Thursday for the first time since suffering cardiac arrest in July.
Caitlin Clark scored 35 points and moved past 3,000 overall, but it was her passing that helped fourth-ranked Iowa pull away from rival Iowa State and secure a 67-58 victory Wednesday night.


Shohei Ohtani, Yoshinobu Yamamoto, Cody Bellinger, and Blake Snell highlight this year’s class of free agents.
Matthew Pouliot offers rankings and writeups of MLB’s top 111 free agents, from Shohei to Shelby.
Ohtani announced the decision on Instagram, and the $700M deal would be the largest guarantee in sports history.
The Red Sox acquired outfielder Tyler O’Neill from the St. Louis Cardinals on Friday, bringing in a two-time Gold Glove winner to replace the departing Alex Verdugo.

Motor Sports

Following in the footsteps of NASCAR, the High Limit Sprint Car Series look to create equity among team owners.
Kyle Busch will pass five drivers if he makes all 36 starts.
Christopher Bell won the pole four times in the playoffs.
Dawn Burlew is the first woman to hold the position.


Vaughn Dalzell breaks down his three best bets for the NFL Week 14 slate, including the Ravens hosting the Rams, Jaguars vs Browns, and Jets against the Texans.
Vaughn Dalzell breaks down his favorite College Football Bowl Bets and keeps a running list of all his best bets here.
Jay Croucher and Drew Dinsick are both backing underdogs on the moneyline in Week 14, with Jay taking the Jets while getting ‘enough’ from Zach Wilson and Drew riding with the Bills against the Chiefs on Bet the Edge.
Jay Croucher and Drew Dinsick explain why the Seattle Seahawks are a solid bet at +10.5 on the road against the San Francisco 49ers despite a talent difference between the two teams.


Ko and Day finished one shot ahead of Brooke Henderson and Corey Conners.
Kalle Samooja, Jinichiro Kozuma and Kieran Vincent punched their LIV tickets via the Promotions event on Sunday, which ended with a wild playoff finish.
Day and Ko shot 31 on the back nine in alternate shot to take a two-stroke lead.
Rickie Fowler and Lexi Thompson discuss their -4 Round 2 at the Grant Thornton Invitational, which featured a hole-in-one on the par-3 16th hole from Thompson.
Watch highlights from the second day of action at the Grant Thornton Invitational from Tiburón Golf Club.
Shad Tuten, who back in October missed out on a PGA Tour card because of a penalty, won’t compete in PGA Tour Q-School’s final stage for health reasons.

Brother From Another

Natalie and Callie Lawson-Freeman discuss what South Carolina head coach Dawn Staley is doing to put HBCUs on a bigger stage.
Yahoo Sports’ Shalise Manza-Young joins Callie Lawson-Freeman and Natalie on Brother From Another to discuss the criticism of Pittsburgh Steelers coach Mike Tomlin following Thursday’s loss to the New England Patriots.
Yahoo Sports’ Shalise Manza-Young joins Callie Lawson-Freeman and Natalie on Brother From Another to discuss Nick Bosa’s comments on Jalen Hurts, and the criticism of Steelers coach Mike Tomlin following Thursday’s loss.
Yahoo Sports’ Shalise Manza-Young joins Callie Lawson-Freeman and Natalie on Brother From Another to discuss David Carr’s comments on Jalen Hurts and why it’s a dog whistle when it comes to Black quarterbacks.

Local coverage

Being acknowledged by awards is nice, but winning a Lombardi is the ultimate goal.
Eight years and $196 million remain on Bryce Harper’s deal, but he has already told the Phillies he’s interested in signing an extension,


Tylan Wallace was not supposed to be returning punts for the Ravens on Sunday.
A fairly dull first quarter in Los Angeles suddenly turned exciting, at least for the Broncos.
The Seahawks and 49ers have both lost a starting cornerback to injury early in Sunday’s game.
It didn’t take long for the 49ers to get on the scoreboard at home on Sunday.