Betts is hitting.444 (20-for-45) during a 12-game hitting streak. Ortiz also didn't like all the trips to the mound by Sanchez. They are as close as they could get to being in the postseason. The only blemish in that span came against the Yankees on September 17 at home, when Price was knocked around for five runs on nine hits in six innings without factoring in the decision.
Producing a clinic in high-octane pressing, Tottenham hounded City into submission in a 2-0 victory at White Hart Lane that consigned Pep Guardiola to his first loss in 12 games. "It was tough but we always felt that we were strong and we knew we could get something". City and Tottenham complete the seventh round as they started in first and second place.
The Jets had their chances Sunday. The amount of carries may be more important than the yards rushing for Seattle in this one. Quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick threw six interceptions in the loss. The pick helped set up Seattle's touchdown that put the Seahawks ahead 24-10. He finished 23 of 32 for 309 yards while wearing a brace on his leg as the Seahawks (3-1) won at MetLife Stadium for the first time since beating the Denver Broncos in the Super Bowl in 2014.
With a potentially interesting matchup with Canada and Russian Federation, just 353,000 were watching hockey on ESPN. It was a wild finish - but, oh so predictable considering the winning team. "We expect a lot out of ourselves". Europe - which consisted of a mix of player from eight countries took the lead in the first period thanks to veteran defenseman Zdeno Chara of Slovakia.
The heavy air kept the tee shots a little shorter and the fog blanketing the course made the greens wet and slow on the first few holes. "It's a good start", US captain Davis Love III told reporters after a chilly, overcast morning at Hazeltine gave way to bright afternoon sunshine.
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.