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Week 15 fantasy football rankings Fantasy football rankings from Matt Bowen, Field Yates, Mike Clay, Eric Karabell and Tristan Cockcroft for Week 15 of the NFL season.
Fantasy intel for all 32 teams With updates on topical players such as Nick Foles, Alex Collins, Alvin Kamara and more, Mike Clay has the information you need to make fantasy football decisions in Week 15.
Big Baller mania is already spreading through Lithuania One of the world's biggest basketball hotbeds is getting ready for the Big Baller experience, with LiAngelo and LaMelo Bell expected to arrive on Jan. 4.
Savage tweets he's 'fine,' defends Bill O'Brien Tom Savage tweeted in defense of Bill O'Brien, writing that "nobody cares more about his players than" the coach, who has been criticized after Savage played one series after his hands appeared to be shaking involuntarily following a massive hit Sunday.
Olney: So long, Machado and Donaldson? With Yanks and Sox stacked, least of AL East should sell now As New York and Boston pull away, it could be time for the O's, Jays and Rays to admit they can't keep up -- and cash in on their biggest stars.
From castoff to 'King Kong': How J.D. Martinez became one of MLB's most sought-after sluggers After being dumped by the Astros, he remade his swing and is now set to make nine figures on this winter's free-agent market.
Spurs' Leonard to make season debut vs. Mavs Spurs coach Gregg Popovich spoke succinctly Tuesday afternoon in announcing that star forward Kawhi Leonard would make his season debut against the Mavericks. "Kawhi is back tonight," Popovich said.
Hype is real: Tomlin amped for Pats showdown Mike Tomlin, saying "it's good to be in big games," is excited about the hype leading into Sunday's game against the Patriots at Heinz Field.
Champions League draw will bring best out of Euro giants It's a shame that some heavyweights will be knocked out early, but the draw has brought plenty of excitement and drama that make it all worthwhile.
Misses in blizzard might cost Vinatieri $500K Adam Vinatieri's field goal percentage dropped to 88 percent after he missed two attempts during the blizzard at Buffalo on Sunday. He needs a success rate of 90 percent by the end of the season to collect a $500,000 bonus.
Trae Young's star turn and other surprises in this freshman class We expected Trae Young to be good at Oklahoma, but leading the country in scoring? He is the biggest freshman surprise so far this season, but who else has exceeded expectations and who so far hasn't lived up to the billing?
Yankees trade Headley, Mitchell to Padres The Yankees traded 3B Chase Headley, who is due $13 million in 2018, and reliever Bryan Mitchell to the Padres in exchange for outfielder Jabari Blash.
The real prize on the CFB awards circuit? Intel about bowl foes Sure, Baker Mayfield took home the Heisman, but there's another prize for the Oklahoma QB and others up for postseason honors. Players are talking on the red carpet and backstage, hoping for info about their postseason opponents.
2017 ESPN All-America team Headlined by Heisman winner Baker Mayfield at QB and Butkus winner Roquan Smith at linebacker, here is ESPN's 2017 All-America team.
NBA player rankings: LeBron James and the Rockets guards keep dominating The King and Houston's All-Star backcourt rolled through yet another week full of standout performances, but who came out on top?
USC fell short of the playoff but will not end 2017 empty-handed As much as the Trojans wanted a Rose Bowl return -- this time as a CFP semifinalist -- they know reclaiming the Pac-12 title is an important step.
Eli Manning has only known one NFL team. Now what? Manning wanted to retire as a one-uniform player, but if he wants to stay in the game, he might have to give up New York.
Why the Giants should bench Eli to give Davis Webb a look With the Giants in a free fall, it would make more sense for them to send Eli Manning back to the bench and see what rookie Davis Webb can do.
Week 15 Power Rankings: Biggest breakthroughs -- including a new No. 1 The Steelers' improved pass rush has helped catapult them to the top. The Rams' offensive overhaul keeps them high. Case Keenum is still playing at an MVP level, despite the Vikings' loss. Here's how the league is stacking up.
Bet on Golden Knights to make postseason How many of the teams that didn't make the playoffs last season will be there this April? The Devils have doubters and not everyone is sold on the Stars or the Islanders, but Vegas' odds look good.
Beyond the Superman Punches, Bieksa helping fight stigma of mental illness The Ducks defenseman is spreading awareness in honor of friend Rick Rypien. He also dishes on his team's chances, advanced stats, the Golden Knights, dressing up like a security guard to fool his teammates -- and yes, the Superman Punches.
How the Babe Ruth of Japan helped the Yankees land Giancarlo Stanton By refusing to back down three years ago and again last week, the Marlins slugger set the stage for the Bronx Bombers to make a stunning deal.
The NFC playoff race is going to be wild, and more lessons from last week The Eagles just lost their star quarterback, which means picking a favorite to represent the NFC in Super Bowl LII is next to impossible. But Week 14 taught us a few things about the contenders.
Best and worst QBs of Week 14: Yates steps up; Gabbert falls flat T.J. Yates filled in with one of the top performances, while Blaine Gabbert again finished toward the bottom.
How Joel Embiid is trolling the NBA Embiid has turned the Sixers' famed process into performance art, and everyone is feeling merry and bright -- for now.
Faulk among trio suspended by NFL Network NFL Network analysts Marshall Faulk, Heath Evans and Ike Taylor have all been suspended by the network following allegations of sexual harassment and assault.
Everything on the line for Horn in Corcoran fight When Jeff Horn steps into the ring against Gary Corcoran on Wednesday night he will have more pressure on him than ever before, writes Jake Michaels.
Is LeBron James breaking the aging curve? Kevin Pelton shows how LeBron has appeared to defy the normal NBA aging process this season in his battle against Father Time.
Alabama freshman Collin Sexton is a force to be reckoned with Collin Sexton is the closest thing college basketball has to Russell Westbrook. In high school, he brought Dwyane Wade out of his seat. He almost led Alabama to a win playing 3-on-5. What else does he have in store?
Winter Meetings Daily: Keep up with the latest updates The MLB winter meetings are going strong in Orlando, Florida, and rumors are swirling across baseball. Here is what our writers are hearing today.
The big questions after Carson Wentz's injury, and why Philly still has a shot The MVP candidate is out for the season, forcing Philadelphia to turn to Nick Foles. But the Eagles still have a great shot at securing home-field advantage, and backup quarterbacks have won Super Bowls before.
After three decades of fan intervention, golf wisely changes course Starting with Craig Stadler in 1987 and extending to Tiger Woods at the 2013 Masters and Lexi Thompson at this year's ANA Inspiration tournament, TV viewers impacted golf by calling in violations from home. In 2018, the witch hunt ends.
Players who could surprise in bowl season Intriguing matchups and unfamiliar opponents can lead to new stars emerging from bowl season. Here are a few who could surprise.
College hoops power rankings: Arizona State's unlikely rise to No. 1 Wait, hear us out. The easy move after Duke's loss was to jump Villanova or Michigan State to the top spot. But if you look at the entire body of work, raising Arizona State all the way to No. 1 isn't so crazy.
Bold predictions for every NFL team in December The Eagles securing the NFC's No. 1 seed even without Carson Wentz? The Jaguars winning out? NFL Nation reporters make their predictions for the stretch run.
OTL: The making of The University of Adidas at Louisville How former Louisville athletic director Tom Jurich leveraged big deals and big-time basketball to build the university into a sports powerhouse, only to watch it burn amid charges of excess, exploitation and corruption.
Russell Westbrook is laughing all the way It's the most wonderful time of the year for new dad Russell Westbrook, so the Thunder star talks about his family traditions, golfing with dad, and what he's passing down to son Noah.
A viewer's guide to the most entertaining bowl games Not all bowl games are created equal. Which ones will be the most entertaining?