- Berry's 'pick 2' lifts Chiefs in homecoming win
- 49ers QB Kaepernick benched in loss to Bears
- Patriots' Brady sets record with 201st NFL win
- Bama, Clemson, OSU, Washington picked for CFP
Eric Berry had quite the homecoming Sunday, with a pick six and a pick two to help the Chiefs get a victory that he'll never forget.
San Francisco 49ers QB Colin Kaepernick was benched early in the fourth quarter of Sunday's 26-6 loss to the Bears after completing just 1 of 5 passes for 4 yards and no TDs.
Patriots quarterback Tom Brady became the NFL's all-time winningest quarterback on Sunday in New England's 26-10 victory over the Rams.
In the end, the top four teams entering the conference championship games -- Alabama, Clemson, Ohio State and Washington -- were selected for the College Football Playoff.
Bob Bowlsby is looking for answers from College Football Playoff officials after Ohio State made the playoff without winning its conference and Washington had a weak nonconference schedule.
Tiger Woods finished his first tournament in just over 15 months, and though he wound up 15th, he said it was "good to be back."
Berry gives football to mom after pick-six
Rodgers finds a wide-open Nelson for long TD
Eifert lays out to snag a TD
Chiefs take fake punt 55 yards to the house
Falcons take lead with TD, lose lead on two point try
Brady connects with Hogan on 14-yard TD
Perfect pass from Dalton hits Lafell for TD
Blount takes off for 43-yard TD run
Griffin with the leaping TD in the snow for Texans
Pitta scores first two TDs of the season
Follow along throughout the day for a look at NFL teams' chances of making the playoffs, based on in-game win probability and FPI.
We have our playoff. Alabama, Clemson, Ohio State and Washington are in, but the road was traveled on the inches and yards between blocked kicks, TD grabs and what might have been.
Sure, Penn State was impressive on Saturday. But the CFP committee made the correct decision by keeping Washington as the last team into the playoff.
P.J. Fleck honored to be in Cotton Bowl
Barrett looking forward to playing 'great friend' Watson
Kanell still has questions about Ohio State
Did Penn State's schedule hinder its CFP chances?
Finebaum gives committee credit for top four
Petersen happy to see Washington get rewarded
Decision for No. 4 was difficult
Comfortable with Washington at 4?
CFP Top 4 picks revealed
The Chiefs executed an aggressive offensive game plan and put their trust in Eric Berry and their defense for a 29-28 victory against the Falcons.
Brady sets all-time win record in Patriots victory
Howard's career day powers Bears past 49ers
Broncos drop Jaguars to 2-10
Rodgers throws two TDs as Packers top Texans
Lions defeat Saints in New Orleans
Berry's heads-up return plays lift Chiefs past Falcons
Ravens find offense, crush Dolphins
Giants DE Jason Pierre-Paul injured his groin against the Steelers on Sunday. Here are some other big names who got nicked up this week.
Several NFL players have joined Colin Kaepernick since the 49ers quarterback began a pregame protest during the national anthem in the preseason.
The Big Ten enjoyed its status as the best conference in the country in 2016. Bowl season offers the chance to keep that title going into 2017.
Now that we finally know the four teams playing in the College Football Playoff, we turn our attention to an even more important question: Who will win it all?
Can Washington do anything to slow Alabama's run of domination? Can Ohio State's opportunistic defense force Deshaun Watson into turnovers? Here's an initial look at the CFP semis.
Even with a deal for Rich Hill rumored to be near completion, the Dodgers are one of the teams with the longest to-do lists for their week in D.C.
The Astros' potent offense got another boost with the signing of Carlos Beltran, but that wasn't the only reason they wanted him in their clubhouse.
Arizona's decision to bring in Jeff Mathis had everything to do with an understanding of the benefits a smooth receiver can have on a pitching staff.
The Warriors continue to find strong rim protection from Kevin Durant, rebounding from a double-overtime loss to the Rockets with a rout of the Suns.
Warriors coach Steve Kerr said he used marijuana for chronic back pain and that while it didn't help him, he hopes professional sports leagues soften their stances on its use.
Poeltl's powerful slam sends him to the ground
Johnson rocks the rim for the Heat
Turner's sweet move sets up Leonard's two-handed rumble
Thompson, Curry, Durant team up on dunk
Patterson posterizes Humphries
Giannis comes out of nowhere to swat Kilpatrick's shot
Powell attacking the rim with two third-quarter slams
Plumlee slams it home over McRoberts
Exum's nifty pass sets up Gobert
Towns bursts to the basket in OT
Either USC or West Virginia will be the 2016 NCAA women's soccer national champion.
In Barcelona and Real Madrid's latest meeting, individual skill, tactics, strategy and passion took second place to mentality and reminded us that even top players are human, writes Graham Hunter.
Manchester City's players lost their heads in defeat to Chelsea, but Pep Guardiola was no saint either as his team was overrun at home.
How will the new man in charge of the U.S. men's team approach the batch of talented young players differently than his predecessor?
Jeff Fisher's new contract with the Rams extends his deal by two years and was agreed to prior to the season, sources told ESPN. GM Les Snead has also signed an extension.
Amid speculation he could be fired, Cincinnati coach Tommy Tuberville, who went 29-22 over four seasons with the Bearcats, stepped down on Sunday.
Joseph Benavidez outworked Henry Cejudo on Saturday night, as the opposing coaches on Season 24 of "The Ultimate Fighter" put on a classic flyweight duel in Las Vegas.
Wow! USC's Morgan Andrews with the very early goal in the Women's College Cup. The Trojans lead WVU 1-0 less than 2 minutes into the National Championship.
West Virginia and USC on the field for the women's soccer national championship game. Last three NCAA finals have ended 1-0, and these are two of the nation's stingiest defenses.
Drew Brees' seven fantasy points were his fewest in a home game since he also had seven in 2010 Week 17, and they snapped a streak of 11 consecutive home games in which he scored 20-plus.
The Cardinals offense started with a roar for the second straight week, scoring on its opening drive, but then quieted down for the rest of the first half, which ended with Arizona up on Washington 10-6. The Cardinals' defense stymied two Washington drives, including one from the 1-yard-line. RB David Johnson and WR Larry Fitzgerald have been the focal point of the Cardinals' offense again, which needs to score another touchdown or two to put some pressure on Washington.
The Bucs had a chance to put points on the board just before the half, but kicker Roberto Aguayo's 31-yard kick sailed wide, wide right. Two plays prior, Jameis Winston was brought down by Joey Bosa for a 12-yard loss. Chargers lead 14-7 at halftime. The Bucs have looked out-of-sync on both sides of the ball today.
The Bills used the zone-read with a kick-out or wrap block on Tyrod Taylor's TD run. And that was after Buffalo created an explosive play on the counter run to LeSean McCoy. Bills jump to a 17-9 lead over the Raiders in the third quarter.
So that's how the Bills do it on the ground, going 66 yards on two runs, by Shady McCoy and Tyrod Taylor, to open the second half. The Raiders are back on their heels and the offense, which found a rhythm late in the second quarter, will look for an answer, trailing 17-9.
The Giants came into this game concerned about Steelers hitting big plays, which is their specialty. Pittsburgh has responded by killing them underneath. Steelers TEs and RBs have 10 catches, 133 yards as they lead 14-0 at halftime.
Knicks center Joakim Noah (ankle) is available tonight against Sacramento. Courtney Lee (ankle) is out. Justin Holiday will likely start in place of Lee. With Noah back in the lineup, it will be interesting to see how Hornacek handles minutes for reserve bigs Kyle O'Quinn and Willy Hernangomez.
The ability to extend a play and then make something happen has not been one of Kirk Cousins' strengths. That's why it was noteworthy earlier on this drive when he eluded the rush, slid to his right out of the pocket and made a quick throw back to an open Pierre Garcon over the middle. If Cousins wants to take that so-called next step as a quarterback, this is one area he can up his game.
Penn State coach James Franklin said some players during the Selection Show showed some disappointment over not getting into the College Football Playoff, "but 99 percent of the guys in there were excited."
A hot start by the Bills' offense has been the difference as Buffalo leads Oakland, 10-9, at halftime. The Bills drove 72 and 80 yards on their first two drives but their offense sputtered in the second quarter, keeping this close. The headline has been Amari Cooper and Michael Crabtree being held to 22 and 30 receiving yards and no touchdowns.
Good coverage from Janoris Jenkins on the Antonio Brown TD catch. Scramble drill. Plaster to the WR. And use the end line as your help. Brown just made a play. Steelers jump to a 11-0 lead over the Giants in the second quarter.
Janoris Jenkins had Antonio Brown blanketed. Didn't matter. Ben Roethlisberger threw it up and he just went and got it. It's now 11-0 Steelers.
Rams coach Jeff Fisher was asked what he would say to fans who don't believe he warrants an extension: "Well, I'd tell them the truth. This was done well before the season started. It was done well before we had 90,000 people at the Coliseum for our first preseason game. We're moving forward. That's what we're doing. We're trying to put a winning product on the field."
Bucs rookie cornerback Vernon Hargreaves stayed down on the sideline for several seconds before going over to the trainers. He's sitting on the bench now.
San Diego Chargers RB Melvin Gordon scores his 10th rushing TD and 12 total for the season on a 2-yard plunge, giving his team a 14-7 lead over Tampa Bay. Gordon has 87 yards from scrimmage and is 59 yards away from 1,000 rushing yards.
That Lawrence Timmons interception is true to Steelers' 'bend but don't break' mentality that Timmons and teammates often reference. They'll let you get yards, but they want big plays in the red zone. Timmons slipped into coverage and Eli Manning couldn't get it over his head.
Cardinals WR Larry Fitzgerald has passed Andre Johnson and moved into 10th place on the NFL's all-time receiving yards list. Next-up is Reggie Wayne, who sits in 9th place.
Highly questionable pass interference call against Bills CB Stephon Gilmore, who put hand on Amari Cooper as ball looked to be uncatchable. Doubt Rex Ryan will be agreeing with that one after the game.
No idea how Bucs RB Doug Martin got those last three yards, but somehow he crossed the goal line to make it 7-7 with 1:08 to go in the first quarter. The Chargers might have the sixth-ranked rush defense in the NFL but they've given up 15 rushing touchdowns, second-most in the NFL.
Clemson coach Dabo Swinney is perfectly fine with the College Football Playoff field at four teams. "We have the best sport out there because every game truly matters," Swinney said. "If we keep expanding, the season will get watered down and we become the NFL."
Players all openly welcomed the Jeff Fisher news, particularly Alec Ogletree, Lance Kendricks, Dominique Easley, Will Hayes and Todd Gurley. They said they like him as a coach, believe the struggles lie on the players. I know that's what they have to say, but Fisher does have genuine love in the room.
Redskins QB Kirk Cousins is off to a tough start, completing just three of his first eight passes for 26 yards. He's had two passes that were low to targets, one appeared to stem from changing his arm slot a little as the Cardinals stunted around to the side he was throwing. The Redskins would be wise to start running the ball a little more. They've called one run play in the first two series.
49ers coach Chip Kelly said the move to Blaine Gabbert at QB was intended to spark the offense in the fourth quarter and nothing more. Asked if he intended to go back to Colin Kaepernick next week against the Jets, Kelly said that's not something that's even been discussed yet.