PITTSBURGH — Minkah Fitzpatrick wasted no time welcoming Baker Mayfield to Heinz Field.
The Pittsburgh Steelers safety intercepted Mayfield on a third-down attempt, leaping in front of a pass intended for tight end Harrison Bryant on the Cleveland Browns’ first drive of the game Sunday.
Fitzpatrick ran it back to the end zone for a 33-yard pick-six to give the Steelers a 10-0 lead early in the first quarter. The interception was the safety’s first of the season and eighth of his career. Fitzp…
Seahawks at Cardinals score: Kyler Murray edges Russell Wilson as Arizona stuns Seattle in overtime – CBSSports.com
Wilson’s three interceptions lead to Seattle’s first loss of the year
Kyler Murray and the Arizona Cardinals had plenty of big plays on the primetime stage Sunday night, but none were bigger than in overtime, during which they stunned their rival Seattle Seahawks to shake up the NFC West standings. Russell Wilson and Co. dominated conversation for much of the night, with the one-time MVP front-runner finding Tyler Lockett for 200 yards through the air and helping Seattle go up 10 points late in the fourth quarter. Arizona’s injury-riddled defense did not give up,…
World Series 2020 — Dodgers snap back vs. Rays in Game 5, now a win away from title – ESPN
With Clayton Kershaw on the mound, the Dodgers shrugged off a tough loss to near their first title since 1988.
ARLINGTON, Texas — The theme late Saturday night and early Sunday afternoon — in the aftermath of a heart-wrenching, stomach-churning loss — was universal among the members of the Los Angeles Dodgers: They had to forget. They had to wipe away the memory of an improbable ninth-inning breakdown, bounce right back and win a crucial, World Series-shifting Game 5.
“We’re still pretty confident we’re the best team in baseball,” Dodgers catcher Will Smith said, “and we’re gonna win this thing.”
Cowboys’ Andy Dalton injured: Three trade targets worth considering with QB’s status up in the air – CBS Sports
Dalton may not be out for long, but does it even matter? The Cowboys need help
The Dallas Cowboys’ 2020 season has gotten worse by the week, and Sunday was no exception with quarterback Andy Dalton — who was already filling in for Pro Bowl starter Dak Prescott — exiting a 25-3 loss with a concussion. Coach Mike McCarthy has already scolded his team for apparently failing to stand up for Dalton after he went down because of an illegal hit. And now the Cowboys are preparing to start seventh-round rookie Ben DiNucci in Week 8 when they visit the NFC East-leading Philadelphia…
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