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Colts Don’t Need Luck to Beat Texans, 27-20
Matt Hasselbeck threw two touchdowns to Andre Johnson, and the Indianapolis Colts held off the Texans, 27-20, in Houston on Thursday night.
Cubs’ Ace Jake Arrieta Shuts Out Pirates, 4-0, in N.L. Wild Card Game
Cubs' ace Jake Arrieta threw a four-hit shutout, as Chicago beat the Pirates, 4-0, in the National League Wild Card game in Pittsburgh on Wednesday night.
Dallas Keuchel & Astros Blank Yankees in A.L. Wild Card Game, 3-0
Dallas Keuchel threw six shutout innings and Colby Rasmus and Carlos Gomez homered to lead the Houston Astros over the New York Yankees, 3-0, in the American League Wild Card game in the Bronx on Tuesday night.
Kam Chancellor’s Forced Fumble Helps Seahawks Beat Lions, 13-10
Kam Chancellor forced a Calvin Johnson fumble at the 1-yard line with 1:45 to play and the Seahawks held on to beat the Lions, 13-10, in Seattle on Monday night.
NFL Week 4 Recap — Drew Brees Is Still Great, Kickers Matter & Other Things We Learned
Every NFL team’s kicking game is under scrutiny after Week 4 of the 2015 NFL season featured several contests decided by kickers. Here’s what we learned this week.
Kevin Harvick Wins at Dover, Stays Alive in Sprint Cup Chase
Kevin Harvick dominated the field and avoided elimination from NASCAR’s Chase by winning the AAA 400 at Dover International Speedway in Delaware on Sunday afternoon.
Ravens Rally Past Steelers, 23-20, in Overtime
Justin Tucker succeeded after Josh Scobee failed. Tucker kicked the game-tying and game-winning field goals and the Ravens beat the Steelers — and Scobee — 23-20 in overtime in Pittsburgh on Thursday night.
NFL Week 4 Preview — Backup QBs in the Spotlight for Steelers & Cowboys
The fourth week of the 2015 NFL season finds several backup quarterbacks trying to help their teams until the regular starters return. Here’s a preview of Week 4’s most interesting games.
Aaron Rodgers Throws 5 TDs to Lead Packers Over Chiefs, 38-28
Aaron Rodgers threw for 333 yards and five touchdowns, including three to Randall Cobb, and the Green Bay Packers held on to beat the Kansas City Chiefs, 38-28, at Lambeau Field on Monday night.
NFL Week 3 Recap — The Steelers Won, but Lost Ben Roethlisberger
Five teams got their first wins of the 2015 season, and another team may have suffered a season-altering loss, even though they won. Here's what we learned in Week 3 of the NFL.