The New England Patriots lost 41-33 to the Philadelphia Eagles in Super Bowl LII on Sunday, but Las Vegas still believes they are the favorites to win next year’s title.
It was all set up for Tom Brady to produce another dramatic winning drive — the ball in his hands, 2:21 remaining — but then it all came crashing down.
The confetti has fallen at Super Bowl LII, and we’re already looking forward to next season. Who is at the top of our projection? Here’s how our experts have the league stacked.
So long, 2017 season. We’re on to 2018. The Jets are going to break the bank for the best quarterback on the market. The Browns, meanwhile, will add two QBs. We broke out the crystal ball again.
The Thunder have lost four straight games, but point guard Russell Westbrook says he loves adversity and welcomes the most recent challenge.
Patriots receiver Brandin Cooks has been ruled out for the rest of Super Bowl LII after taking a hard hit by the Eagles’ Malcolm Jenkins.
Gary Woodland beat Chez Reavie with a par on the first hole of a playoff Sunday in the Waste Management Phoenix Open.
Knicks forward Kristaps Porzingis couldn’t “even process that we lost” after New York let a four-point lead slip away with 1:07 to play against the lowly Atlanta Hawks on Sunday. “We don’t know how to win games
Patriots quarterback Tom Brady says that he intends to keep playing next season.
Edwin Jackson, who was a linebacker for the Colts, was killed early Sunday morning when a suspected drunken driver struck Jackson and another man, both of whom were standing alongside an interstate highway.