The end of the Joe Flacco era officially came to a head, in mid-February, when he was traded to the Denver Broncos for a 4th round pick. Now entering this season as the starter, Lamar Jackson knows the pressure is on, to build upon his late-season progress, where he helped lead them to a Wild Card game against the LA Chargers. This is his team now free and clear, no looking back. Continue reading →
Martin Truex Jr picked up a victory for the first time at a short track in his 14 full-time seasons in the Monster Energy series, snapping an 80 race winless streak. Truex held off a strong chase down from Joey Logano over the final three laps to win Saturday night at Richmond. He had grabbed the lead with 79 laps remaining and held on from there on out, finishing with a race-high 186 laps led.
After a disastrous 2018 season, where they fired longtime head coach Mike McCarthy and were held out of the NFL Playoffs for the second straight season, General manager, Brian Gutekunst realized he needed to make some serious offseason changes to the roster, deciding to break with tradition, Gutekunst went wild in free agency, breaking the bank to beef up considerably on defense. Continue reading →
In a game where both the Flames and Sharks were still battling for the division crown, the Flames struck the decisive blow, earning the 5-3 victory over the San Jose Sharks on Sunday night. This is the first division title for Calgary in 13 years, and the first Conference title since 1989.
The first round of the NCAA Tournament is the books, and we’re on to the Round of 32. We look at the final eight teams left in the South. Here are the matchups and some players who showed they can play on the big stage.