IT'S DANNY DIMES TIME
Undefeated as a starter ...
Giants fans, rejoice! There's a new QB1 in town, and he had himself a start. Daniel Jones used a four-touchdown performance -- including a game-winning drive -- to rally New York from an 18-point deficit and secure the W in his NFL debut. According to Elias Sports Bureau research, Jones became the second player (joining Eric Hipple) since the 1970 AFL-NFL merger to record two rushing TDs and two passing TDs in his first career start. So yeah, you could say things are looking up in the Big Apple. Watch
Jones grateful for Manning's support ...
He prepared, he delivered, and he thanked Eli Manning. In his postgame interview, Daniel Jones was full of praise for Manning, who was seen celebrating with the rookie QB on the Giants' sideline during Sunday's victory. Class acts all around. Watch
Things to care about
Everything's at stake ...
It's the final week of MLB's regular season, and there's still quite a bit left to play for for the teams who are still alive in the playoff race. It's one of those times where throwaway late-season series against eliminated teams suddenly take on paramount importance, as they can play spoiler for any number of playoff hopefuls. We've got the full rundown of everything that teams will be playing for as September comes to a close. Read More
Undefeated surprises ...
Seven teams in the NFL have won their first three games of the season, and though we expected that of the Patriots and Chiefs, there are still things that even our experts didn't expect to happen on each team. Bill Barnwell does what he does best and goes deep into the breakdown of the biggest surprises -- and least surprising things -- about each 3-0 team. Read More
The NBA's best ...
We're less than a month away from the NBA's 2019-20 season, which is as good a time as any to rank All The Things. Hey, when was the last time someone made an "X All The Things" reference? That meme seems a little old, honestly. We just looked it up and it's from 2010. That's ancient in internet years! Oh well. Anyway, one of the Things we are ranking is NBA players, and our list is so extensive that we've divided it in half. Check out which of your favorites are among Nos. 100-51 in the NBA this season ... and see if we've put anyone too low for your tastes. Read More
Things to watch
Shade from an unlikely place ...
A Philadelphia man was describing how he and others helped save children from a fire when he took Eagles wide receiver Nelson Agholor to task for some untimely drops this season. Philly fans are unrelenting. Read More
Overheard
“Don't hit the panic button. I think we realize how close we are, but that's the frustrating part.”
-- Baker Mayfield, on the Browns' 1-2 start. Read More
Remember When?
On this date in 1992, Colorado quarterback Kordell Stewart (Slash!) threw a Hail Mary pass that was deflected and, incredibly, caught by Michael Westbrook for a game-winning touchdown over Michigan. Watch
What's on tonight?
College Football 150 -- The American Game (7 p.m. ET, ESPN):
Our documentary series celebrating the 150th anniversary of college football continues, this time with a focus on the long and difficult road toward the sport's racial integration, and a reminder of how much longer we have to travel.
Indians at White Sox (8 p.m. ET, ESPN):
The White Sox can play spoiler to the Indians' Wild Card chances tonight -- Cleveland is in a three-team race for the final two postseason spots, and as is appropriate in September, every game counts quite a bit.
Washington Mystics vs. Las Vegas Aces (9 p.m. ET, ESPN2):
The Sun swept the Sparks over the weekend, so it's time for the Mystics to try to close out their series against the Aces for the right to face off in the WNBA finals. Las Vegas is down 2-1 in their series, but a 92-75 win in Game 3 has to be making Washington slightly nervous.
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