But with Philip Rivers and his crew at home, I think they put on a better showing than they did a week ago in Indy. Expect a huge game from Brees, as he looks to show the city of San Diego what they have been missing. That will change Sunday when the Saints visit Qualcomm Stadium. "We're going to do whatever it takes to win the game", said head coach Mike McCoy.
Jordan Spieth and Patrick Reed then set the tone with a 3-and-2 foursomes victory over Stenson and Rose, and the Americans delivered the first sweep of the opening session since that 1975 team at Laurel Valley in Pennsylvania. He's the guy who shushed the Euro fans two years ago and this time he was playing to the American galleries, revving them up with fist pump after fist pump.
Ben Simmons will have foot surgery . Simmons showed up to Las Vegas Summer League in July significantly heavier than his playing weight at LSU, leading some to fear that the fracture was the result of stress on the rookie's body. Where does this leave the 76ers as the season approaches? With all of those players ready to go in Philadelphia this year, the team was expected to have something of a logjam in its frontcourt, given that Simmons is also listed as a forward.
Defeat was extremely harsh on Burnley , who remain 14th on the back of another hard-working performance full of character, as they continue to impress on their return to the top flight following promotion in May. Mauricio Pochettino's side had beaten league leaders Manchester City 2-0 earlier in the day to close the gap on the early pacesetters to one point. I was a bit bored, lonely and homesick, but Arsene took time to talk to me and make me feel comfortable.
The defending Super Bowl champions' biggest offseason challenge was replacing their famous quarterback , and it looks as if they made the right choice. Nobody - not Joe Montana, Johnny Unitas, Dan Marino, nobody - has ever done that. Sproles weaved his way through the Steelers' defense, and the Eagles led 20-3.
As Ortiz prepares to hang up his cleats (fortunately, we have one last October of postseason baseball left), let's bid adieu to Ortiz with 10 of his most memorable hits. And with an AL East title getting him back to the playoffs, Bostons beloved Big Papi has a chance to play for his fourth World Series ring something only one Red Sox player in history has ever accomplished.