Diego Costa’s performance against Arsenal on Saturday made me think of our class discussion of Thomas Oates and John Pauly’s “Sports Journalism as Moral and Ethical Discourse.”
The Green Bay Packers have certainly proven their dominance these first two weeks of regular season football even without the help of Jordy Nelson. Sunday night’s matchup between the Packers and their rivals from last season’s NFC Championship game, the Seattle Seahawks, was predicted to be the biggest game of the week.
In Thursday night’s match-up between divisional rivals Kansas City and Denver, Peyton Manning surpassed 70,000 passing yards, making him the 2nd quarterback in NFL history to reach this benchmark.
After coming off a 27-14 win over the Indianapolis Colts, the Buffalo Bills seemed like a serious contender against the New England Patriots. The Patriots ended the game with a 40-32 win. With Rex Ryan as the Bills new head coach, he has felt the hype while playing against Brady in the AFC East. Brady dominated the game in Orchard Park, NY where it is known that Bills fans are…
The Eagles offense was abysmal in their home opener against their division rivals. They failed to establish the run, dropped passes and turned the ball over on their way to a 20-10 loss to the Dallas Cowboys. There was no lack of effort on the part of Demarco Murray, who was playing against his former team for the first time. Despite Murray’s best efforts, Philadelphia’s offensive line failed to…
Here’s a quick look back at what caught our eye, including the first weekend of the NFL season and Serena Williams shocking upset at the US Open.
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