Follow live: It's a festival of field goals in Minnesota
It's nothing but field goals as the Ravens and Vikings search for the game's first touchdown.
Ravens managed only 80 yards of offense in the first half in Minnesota, which sadly doesn't come as a surprise. Baltimore doesn't have its top three wide receivers and started two backups at guard. The biggest problem has been the Ravens' running game, the strength of the offense, being limited to 29 yards on 11 attempts.
Ravens wide receiver Mike Wallace has been ruled out. He sustained a concussion on a hit in the first quarter. That leaves the Ravens with three healthy receivers: Michael Campanaro, Chris Moore and Griff Whalen.
Biggest NFL injuries of Week 7
Ravens wideout Mike Wallace was knocked out of the game against the Vikings, and will not return due to a concussion. Get caught up on all the key injuries of Week 7 here.
Cardinals quarterback Carson Palmer is out with a left arm injury. His return is questionable, per press box announcement.
Packers S Kentrell Brice carted to the locker room with an apparent right ankle injury.
NFL players who protested during national anthem in Week 7
Many players have continued to protest before games since Colin Kaepernick started kneeling during the anthem in 2016. Here's the list for Week 7.
Week 7 fantasy PPR and non-PPR rankings
Where does Adrian Peterson rank this week? See where our experts place him and all the key players for Week 7 of the NFL season.
Inactives watch: Who's in and who's out?
The ESPN Fantasy staff provides updated inactives and analysis based on the latest reports and official announcements leading up to kickoff.
How Blair Walsh's missed FG helped save a life.
Walsh's pivotal missed field goal in the 2015 NFC wild-card game cost the Vikings a chance to advance in the postseason, but his positive attitude afterward helped save the life of a young fan struggling with depression.
The defining moments of the Astros' Game 7 win.
Although it appeared the Astros were in control the entire game, there were several pivotal plays that could have swung momentum to the Yankees.
Led by Jose Altuve, Astros' journey to World Series shows the heart of a champion
Houston's roster might have been assembled with a healthy dose of new-age analytics, but there's no underestimating the importance of tenacity and togetherness in its run through October.
Olney: Verlander regains his fastball, his dominance and his destiny
The former Cy Young winner hasn't just recaptured his 95 mph velocity, he's added new wrinkles to his game to refresh his rep for postseason dominance.
Power Rankings: Penn State, Notre Dame make strong statements
The Nittany Lions and Fighting Irish both enjoyed definitive wins that showed they belong in the College Football Playoff conversation. Alabama, meanwhile, keeps its spot atop the rankings.
The plays that changed everything on Saturday
From game-winners to overtime drama, these are some of the biggest win-probability swings from another exciting Saturday in college football.
Lights-out plays and a White Out victory.
Check out the top plays from Saturday and Saquon Barkley's Heisman-worthy performance in Penn State's dominant victory.
Follow live: USWNT faces South Korea in friendly
The U.S. women's national team takes on South Korea for the second time in four days.
Kane punishes shambolic Reds.
Liverpool gave a masterclass in poor defending as Tottenham took full advantage at Wembley Stadium.
Everton routed; Koeman sacking imminent?
After an excellent start by Everton that was capped off by a Wayne Rooney goal, Ronald Koeman's side completely capitulated in the second half to lose their fifth league game of the season.
Decision Day predictions
The West is up for grabs, there's a three-way fight for the conference's final place and the East race goes down to the wire. Who will win on Sunday?
Atlanta more than just an expansion team
Atlanta's success, both on and off the field, is incredible for a team in its first year. It's not looked at as an expansion team anymore.
Elliott isn't the same player as last year.
Charles Woodson and Rex Ryan break down the differences they've spotted in RB Ezekiel Elliott's game compared to his rookie season.
Here come the Irish, there goes the Pac-12 and more CFP lessons
Notre Dame was an afterthought heading into the season. But it's time to take the Irish seriously as a College Football Playoff contender, and that's one of many lessons learned in Week 8.
College Football Playoff picks after Week 8
Penn State made an enormous playoff statement with its dominant win over Michigan, solidifying its No. 2 spot among our experts' picks. And Alabama just keeps rolling along, looking like the clear-cut No. 1.
Penn State leaves Michigan in the dust to start race toward playoff
Saquon Barkley and the second-ranked Nittany Lions took it to the Wolverines from the outset, hammering Michigan's vaunted defense.
Saquon Barkley helps Heisman case in 'white out' rout.
It is another stellar day at the office for the Penn State junior, who thrills a record crowd with three more touchdowns.
Curry ejected for throwing mouthpiece.
Steph Curry is ejected for tossing his mouthguard, and Kevin Durant is ejected soon after for his choice words. On his way to the locker room, Durant flashes his ring finger to the crowd.
Stephen Curry tells ESPN: "I didn't throw my mouthpiece at the ref. I got better aim than that. I threw it out of frustration."
Aaron Judge's rookie run for the ages ends one win shy of World Series
He was the Home Run Derby champ. He'll be the Rookie of the Year. But he won't win a ring. Said the Baby Bomber: "I'm not satisfied with that."
The end came for the 2017 Yankees, but it might be the start of a dynasty
An ALCS Game 7 loss stings, but with a young core, a deep farm system and money to spend, make no mistake: The Baby Bombers will be back.
Giannis shows off freakish skills on go-ahead dunk.
Giannis Antetokounmpo gets the ball at half court and only needs one dribble for a two-handed slam in Milwaukee's win.
Johnson posterizes Oladipo.
James Johnson fakes a 3 and then drives the baseline for a monstrous one-handed slam over Victor Oladipo in Miami's win.
Week 7 Predictions: Scores for every game
From the Super Bowl rematch in Foxborough to some key divisional battles, our NFL Nation reporters give you the dirt on Week 7's games.
Biggest NFL injury questions
Could Leonard Fournette miss Sunday's divisional matchup? Will Stefon Diggs return? NFL Nation reporters assess the biggest injuries across the league.
Dodgers vs. Astros: Star-studded World Series will hinge on depth
This is one Fall Classic that has a great chance to live up to its name, but the key to a championship might not come down to Jose Altuve or Clayton Kershaw.
Prices skyrocket for World Series tickets at Dodger Stadium
Asking prices for games in Los Angeles have reached an average of $3,164 a ticket and could climb based on the Dodgers' World Series opponent.
After coming up short, Cubs face a winter's worth of changes
Letting coach Chris Bosio go created one more question for a pitching staff facing turnover, but that isn't Chicago's only area to make a few fixes.
Ref pauses fight due to McGregor's antics.
Referee Marc Goddard temporarily stops Artem Lobov and Andre Fili's fight in the second round to tell Conor McGregor to take a seat after verbally interrupting it from ringside.
Gans, Wynalda begin their USSF campaigns
With the USSF election just over three months away, Steve Gans and Eric Wynalda made their formal pitches to replace Sunil Gulati as president.
Murata too much for N'Dam.
Ryota Murata stops Hassan N'Dam in the seventh round by TKO to become the new WBA middleweight champion.
Who had the best sneakers during NBA's opening week?
From political statements to fashion statements, NBA players brought out their finest footwear for the league's return to action.
The NBA's 50 Greatest Players list: The remix
New times call for new players -- and farewells to some old stars.
Updating the NBA's 50 greatest players.
Twenty years after the original list was released, The Undefeated swaps in 14 new players to round out the league's best ever, including LeBron James and Steph Curry.
Homecoming queen kicks game-winning field goal
Claire Jeffress was named Dawson High School homecoming queen last week. On Friday, she kicked the game-winning field goal in a 38-35 thriller.
CP3 evolving style with All-Star pickup game.
Chris Paul understands that he's expected to shoot more in Houston so he courts some friends to get some work in.
The inside story of how the Rockets landed Chris Paul
As last season ended, Chris Paul and James Harden had the same revelation: They could not beat the Warriors alone. In this ESPN the Magazine cover story, we ask: Can they beat them together?
Boucek: 'I want to become the best coach I can become'
Jenny Boucek has a passion for women's basketball and hopes to see more women elevated in pro men's sports. But for Boucek, becoming an assistant for the Kings is the next step in her journey.
Wyshynski: Bring back the glow puck; no, I'm serious
Universally criticized as one of the worst ideas in sports history, it might actually be time to consider bringing back the infamous glow puck introduced to the game more than 20 years ago.
How the F1 championships can be won in Austin
Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes are both in reach of a world championship at the U.S. Grand Prix. Here's how both can be won at Austin's Circuit of the Americas.
Hamilton and Vettel separated by 0.092 seconds in practice
Lewis Hamilton set the fastest time in final practice at the U.S. Grand Prix, completing a clean sweep of all three practice sessions at the Circuit of the Americas ahead of qualifying.
Your alternative U.S. Grand Prix preview
Lewis Hamilton and Mercedes are on the verge of both titles -- but there are other storylines worthy of your attention at this weekend's U.S. Grand Prix. Here's a roundup of the best of them.
Serena's absence ushers in new era at WTA finals
As the top eight WTA players of 2017 gather for the season finale in Singapore, it is the most famous female tennis player of all -- Serena Williams -- who has been central to all their aspirations.
Chicago broke a decadeslong World Series slump with its NCLS Game 6 win, and Dan Shulman had the play-by-play.
For the past year, LaVar Ball has been making plenty of boastful claims about his oldest son. Now the NBA gets a chance to line up and prove him wrong.
It's more than just another breakfast joint. For years, college football fans of all stripes all across the South have made pregame and postgame pilgrimages to celebrate and commiserate over eggs, hash browns and, yes, waffles.
Go behind the scenes as Chris Paul and his representatives worked to put the star guard on a team capable of contending for an NBA title.