With the NFL's stretch run approaching, several teams are looking to rebound after shaky starts to reach the playoffs. Here are the most notable squads to complete in-season turnarounds that ended in postseason berths.
Incoherence, not improvement, is probable here, and with their latest try at this disproven method, the Kings show themselves to once again be a phoenix that can’t fly; a bird that burns itself to be re-born into yet another kind of hapless floor-bound creature.
With Thanksgiving upon us, every NFL team has something to be thankful for whether they've seen on-field success in 2021 or not. With a cup half full attitude, here's a look at what all 32 teams can most appreciate.
Without the restraints of a salary cap, MLB contracts can be as large as the team wants to hand out. As of November 2021, MLB franchises have agreed to 43 contracts worth more than $150 million. So with that in mind, how many of those 43 can you name in five minutes?
Wander Franco is not yet old enough to purchase alcohol in the United States, but the 20-year-old stud shortstop just agreed to a contract extension that will keep him with the Tampa Bay Rays past his 21st birthday and all the way into his 30s.
Running backs led the way Sunday, with Jonathan Taylor and Austin Ekeler powering AFC squads to key victories. The Chiefs notched another high-profile win as well, seeing more defensive improvement, while the NFC wild-card race keeps expanding.
Back in March 2017, the Rays signed Kevin Kiermaier to a six-year, $53.5M contract extension with the intention of locking in the Gold Glover as a fixture in the Tampa Bay outfield. As that contract enters its final guaranteed year, the team’s plan came to fruition…sort of.
From 2000-19, Bill Belichick led the New England Patriots to one of the longest dynasties in modern professional sports history. That two-decade span saw New England earn six Super Bowl titles while appearing in the big game nine times.