From The Rundown


Maybe your fantasy team is terrible this year. And maybe the only thing good about it is Roddy White. And maybe it's a keeper league, and so maybe you're getting trade offers left and right for White. Should you sell high and stockpile other keepers? Maybe. Who knows? (Wait, maybe Matthew Berry knows - what time does he get in?) Anyway, all you need to know is that NFL Week 10 kicks off tonight when White's Falcons host the Ravens in a battle of birds at the Georgia Dome. (You also might need to know that White is questionable with a knee injury.) Meanwhile, Falcons' quarterback Matt Ryan is 17-1 at home as a starter, including 13 straight. That's the second-longest active home winning streak behind Tom Brady's 24.

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More from The Rundown, including epic fails on the ice, and how you should always remember Dave Niehaus, after the jump.

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Ilya Kovalchuk is New Jersey's $100M man, and just the guy that Devils fans want taking the shot in the shootout that could have given them their first home win of the season. Except that Kovalchuk did this, and must have felt a lot like how...

...Dennis Wideman felt on February 2, 2006...

...Anton Stralman felt on November 28, 2009...

...Patrick Eaves felt on March 27, 2010...

...Henrik Sedin felt on January 7, 2007.

And so the Devils extend their home winless streak to seven games. And that's their longest-ever home winless streak to start a season, including when they called Kansas City and Colorado home.

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Dave Niehaus, who was behind the mic for the very first pitch in Mariners history (and each of the 34 seasons since then) has died at the age of 75. He received the Ford C. Frick Award in 2008 and was inducted into the broadcasters' wing of the Baseball Hall of Fame. His trademark calls included "My, oh my" and "It will fly away" and his best one might just have come a little over a year ago, when he teamed up with Mike Blowers on the first career home run for Matt Tuiasosopo.

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