(“The TEN” is not a top ten but ten items worth being included in “The TEN”)
- Nyheim Hines had two kickoff returns for touchdowns for the Buffalo Bills in a 35-23 over the New England Patriots. The Bills, who dedicated the game to safety Darmar Hamlin who was seriously injured in last Monday night’s game, clinched the number two seed in the AFC with the victory.
- AFC Playoffs: Kansas City – Bye; #7 Miami at #2 Buffalo; #6 Baltimore at #3 Cincinnati; #5 Chargers at #4 Jacksonville.
- NFC Playoffs: Philadelphia-Bye; #7 Seattle at #2 San Francisco; #6 New York Giants at #3 Minnesota; #5 Dallas at #4 Tampa Bay.
- The Rams lost to the Seattle Seahawks 19-16 in overtime Sunday to finish the season at 5-12.
- Sean McVay’s future as the head coach of the Rams is uncertain according to sources.
- The Miami Dolphins snapped a five-game losing streak to beat the New York Jets 11-6 Sunday and secure the #7 seed in the AFC.
- Former Pasadena High School guard Darius Brown II, who played for Cal State Northridge before transferring to Montana State, scored his 1000th collegiate point Saturday night.
- The Houston Texans have fired head coach Lovie Smith after a 3-13-1 season according to multiple sources.
- The Dodgers released pitcher Trevor Bauer who was previously suspended by MLB following allegations of sexual assault.
- The Seattle Mariners signed outfielder A.J. Pollack to a one-year, $7 million deal.
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In just one year, McVay went from being everyone’s wonder boy to everyone wondering if he’ll be back. In the bigger picture, however, everyone’s future is certain: we’re all going to die. With that perspective in mind, perhaps Sean needs to take a few years off and just watch the wheels spin….in other words, act just like the next Santa Fe coach.
#9 On most blogs I’ve seen the public seems to be split 50/50 on Bauer regarding his release from the Dodgers. Regardless of how you feel personally about his behavior you have to admit he was treated much differently than any other pro sports athlete. Regardless of sport.