Its hard to find anyone around these parts feeling optimistic about the Detroit Lions heading into Week 6s matchup with the Jacksonville Jaguars. But one person apparently believes in the team enough to wager a $2 million bet with the Lions (-159) and Miami Dolphins (-385) winning on Sunday.
The Action Network reports the two-team, money line parlay was placed on DraftKings. It also represents the biggest wager for this Sundays games.
For a refresher, the Lions are 1-3, blowing a double-digit …
Aaron Rodgers had hoped to bury hatchet with Ndamukong Suh – NBC Sports – NFL
Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers and Buccaneers defensive tackle Ndamukong Suh exchanged some pleasantries after Sunday’s game in Tampa. Rodgers previously sai…
Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers and Buccaneers defensive tackle Ndamukong Suhexchanged some pleasantries after Sunday’s game in Tampa. Rodgers previously said that the issues between the two of them go back a long time.
On Tuesday, Rodgers said that he had hoped to bury the hatchet with the guy who once buried his cleat into Rogers’ lower leg.
“There was a little conversation in the third quarter, and this is where I say sometimes it goes to slightly more cordial after its hostile, I was und…
Live UEFA Champions League scores, updates, stream, watch online: Pulisic’s Chelsea, Messi’s Barca in action – CBSSports.com
We have you covered with everything you need to know from Tuesday’s action
Eight matches highlight Tuesday’s UEFA Champions League slate as the group stage gets underway. There are two games on the early slate, while the late matchups feature a big one in PSG vs. Manchester United from the Parc des Princes. All of the matches are available live and on demand on CBS All Access.
If keeping track of every match at the same time is your cup of tea, make sure you tune into “The Golazo Show,” CBS Sports’ live whip-around show on group stage matchdays hosted by Nico Cantor….
REPORT: Ryan Pace and Matt Nagy Could Get One More Chance to Fix the QB Position – bleachernation.com
The Bears’ 5-1 start could ultimately be a job-saver.
The Bears’ 5-1 start has breathed new life into a fan base starving to make the most out of a competitive window led by an elite defense.
But more than that, ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler and Dan Graziano hear Chicago’s hot start could also turn out to be a job-saver for GM Ryan Pace and Head Coach Matt Nagy … and perhaps a whole lot more (emphasis mine):
“Most people with whom we’ve talked think the Nagy/Pace pairing gets another year at least, which means another shot to try to solve the quarterback …
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