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Cimini: Jets run over Dolphins in London

Chris Ivory, refreshed after sitting out last week with a quadriceps injury, bludgeoned Miami's run defense, rushing for a career-high 166 yards. If there was any doubt about Ivory's importance to the Jets' offense, it's gone now.

Marshall redeems himself from Not Top 10 moment (0:22)
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Sunday preview: Five things to watch

The Rangers are pinning their postseason hopes on Cole Hamels against the Angels on Sunday. David Schoenfield breaks down the AL West stakes and all of the drama in baseball's regular-season finales.

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34mAdam Rubin

Mets set NLDS rotation, to start with deGrom

The New York Mets have set their rotation for the division series against the Los Angeles Dodgers and will give the ball to Jacob deGrom in Game 1 on Friday.

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Watch: Championship Drive

What does the College Football Playoff picture look like after four Top 10 teams fell Saturday? Watch "Championship Drive" on ESPN & WatchESPN.

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Schlabach: Forget what you thought you knew

Yes, TCU posted an impressive rout, as did Baylor. But the Big 12 is more than just a two-team race. And that's not the only narrative that was rewritten on a wild Saturday in college football.

Thomas: 'I can't own up to things I didn't do' (2:22)
Dabo Swinney: Tonight was B.Y.O.G. 'Bring your own guts' (1:43)
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1mDavid Purdum

Record amount wagered on Jets-Dolphins in U.K.

More money was bet on the Jets-Dolphins game at Ladbrokes than any previous NFL game played at Wembley Stadium in London, according to a spokesman for the U.K. sportsbook.

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Low: Clemson makes its case for playoff consideration

With its victory over No. 6 Notre Dame, Clemson proved it can hang with the nation's best. And with other top 10 teams going down Saturday, the Tigers are sure to find themselves with a more prominent national profile.

Serviceman surprises family in Gainesville (1:33)
Arizona State gets road upset over UCLA (1:19)
Ducks WR throws reverse pass for TD (0:39)
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NFL Vegas Experts

Vegas experts: How to bet Dallas-New Orleans

Where does the betting value lie in the Sunday night football game between Dallas and New Orleans? ESPN Chalk experts provide against-the-spread and over/under.

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LeBron, in photo with Thompson: 'Get it done'

LeBron James posed for a photograph with Cavaliers teammate Tristan Thompson at a wedding on Saturday night, posting the photo on Instagram and apparently urging the completion of a deal.

Highlights: Portland 0-1 Sporting KC (1:33)
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14hJean-Jacques Taylor

Taylor: Angels keep Rangers' hopes of clinching on ice

On the cusp of clinching the AL West, the Rangers blew a four-run lead in the ninth inning against an Angels team that couldn't afford to lose if it's going to stay in the AL wild-card race.

Willian's sublime free-kick (0:50)
Aguero scores five (0:57)
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22hChantel Jennings

Oregon football players stuck in elevator

Several Oregon football players were stuck in an elevator before their game -- and WR Devon Allen was there to live-tweet the whole thing.


Jerry Crasnick ESPN.com MLB Sr. Writer 

Marlins manager Dan Jennings said he'll be keeping a close watch on NL batting race today. Dee Gordon begins the day at .3306 -- a sliver behind Nationals Bryce Harper, who's at .3307.


AL scenario: wild card No. 1

  • Yankees clinch home field for AL WC game with a win or Astros loss.
  • Astros clinch home field for AL WC game with a win, Yankees loss and Rangers win.
  • If Yankees lose and Angels and Astros win, Rangers-Astros play one-game playoff for AL West with loser hosting NY in WC game.


AL scenario: wild card No. 2

  • Astros get WC No. 2 with win and Yankees and Rangers wins.
  • Yankees get WC No. 2 with loss and Astros win.
  • If Angels win, Astros lose and Yankees win, Angels-Astros play one-game playoff for WC No. 2.


Coley Harvey ESPN Staff Writer 

Solid start for the Bengals' offense against Kansas City on Sunday. QB Andy Dalton was a perfect 8-for-8 in the first quarter for 122 yards. His top target, A.J. Green, has five catch for 73 yards. RBs Giovani Bernard and Jeremy Hill have two TDs early.

Tania Ganguli ESPN Staff Writer 

The Texans run defense is officially a problem. Falcons RB Devonta Freeman again with a big touchdown run, this time a 23-yarder. Texans trail 14-0 with 14:39 left in the first half.

Mark Saxon ESPN Staff Writer 

Don Mattingly said Jimmy Rollins will manage today's game and Kenley Jansen will be the pitching coach, but he didn't subject them to the pre-game media scrum.

DeMarco Murray breaks off 31 yard run

The Eagles RB shattered his longest rush with Philadelphia of 9 yards in the opener with a 31 yard gain in his first carry of the game against the Redskins. The Eagles are down 6-0 and the end of the 1st quarter. Follow live

Beckham sets yardage mark to start career

Odell Beckham Jr. has 24 yards receiving so far today, giving him the most receiving yards by any player in their first 16 games in NFL history. He needed 20 yards to pass Bill Groman (1,593 yards) entering today. (via Elias)


John Keim ESPN Staff Writer 

The Redskins continue to exploit one-on-one matchups in the pass game, especially with tight end Jordan Reed. The Redskins have put receivers in good spots on the edge and if they can shake one defender after a short catch, they'll end up with a long gain because no one else is around.

ESPN On Snapchat Discover live

Happy birthday, Derrick Rose! Celebrate with his soaring slams in Sunday's edition of ESPN in Snapchat Discover.

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Colts finally make first FG of season

The Colts entered the game as the only team not to make a field goal this season. That ended when Adam Vinatieri hit a 54-yarder in the first quarter against the Jaguars. Vinatieri had missed his previous two attempts this year. Follow live

Clemson's d-line key in big win
College Football 

ESPN's Mark May credits the Tigers' defensive pressure in helping them overcome an unremarkable performance by QB Deshaun Watson to beat Notre Dame.

College Football 

Justin Durant (elbow) questionable return

The Falcons linebacker is questionable to return today against the Texans, he led Atlanta with nine total tackles in last Sunday's win over the Cowboys. Follow live

Scenes from across the pond

If you weren't up early enough to check out the atmosphere for the Jets-Dolphins game in London, we've got you covered. See all of Sunday's best images. Week 4 gallery

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AL scenario: Top AL seed

  • Royals win No. 1 seed with a win today vs. the Twins OR a Blue Jays loss to the Rays.
  • Blue Jays win No. 1 seed with a win vs. Tampa Bay and a Royals loss.

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Panthers extend lead on Bucs with pick-6

Josh Norman's second pick-6 of the year has given the Panthers a 10-0 lead over the Bucs. It's Jameis Winston's second interception returned for a TD this year, each time coming on his first attempt of the game. It also happened in the season-opener against the Titans. Follow live

Mike DiRocco ESPN Staff Writer 

Jaguars are getting zero pressure on Matt Hasselbeck, against an OL that had allowed Luck to be clobbered.

David Newton ESPN Staff Writer 

Panthers CB Josh Norman follows NFC Player of the Month performance with a pick 6. Then he gets his second penalty of the year for unsportsmanlike conduct following a touchdown by using the football for his giddy-up horse routine. Norman was fined for waving to Jacksonville QB Jake Bortles during return for TD in the opener.

Brandon Marshall redeems himself

One week after making what he called the "worst play in the history of the NFL," Brandon Marshall snagged in this nice 58-yard catch to set up a TD in the Jets' win over the Dolphins in London.


Bengals strike first vs. Chiefs

Bengals RB Jeremy Hill ran for 8 yards to score the first touchdown of the game. Cincinnati leads Kansas City 7-0 early in the first quarter. Follow live

Tania Ganguli ESPN Staff Writer 

The Texans went heavy on Arian Foster to start Sunday's game in Atlanta. He caught a 15-yard pass from Ryan Mallett on the Texans first offensive play. He ran the ball twice. On third down, Mallett threw a pass that bounced off DeAndre Hopkins, who was trying to wrestle away from a Falcons defender, and was intercepted.

Rich Cimini ESPN Staff Writer 

JETS 27, DOLPHINS 14 (final): It wasn't pretty, but the Jets dominated for three quarters. Chris Ivory was brilliant and the defense blitzed relentlessly. The Jets (3-1) should be happy, but not satisfied. They committed far too many penalties and their passing game was shaky. But this was vintage Todd Bowles game -- blue collar.

Bucs turn ball over right away

The Bucs' first drive ended with a lost fumble on the second play of the day. That was their 20th straight game with a turnover, the longest active streak in the league. That led to a Panthers field goal and an early 3-0 lead. Follow live