Allen Craig hit a solo home run to provide the go-ahead run, as the St. Louis Cardinals beat the Texas Rangers 6-2 in Game 7 to win the 2011 World Series four games to three in St. Louis on Friday night
A matchup of AFC leaders Pittsburgh and New England highlights the schedule for week eight of the NFL schedule. Soon, all teams will be through one half of the season, and playoff races will start to come into focus
Maurice Jones-Drew ran for 105 yards, and Josh Scobee’s four field goals led the Jacksonville Jaguars past the Ravens 12-7 on Monday Night Football. The Jacksonville running game, led by Drew, helped the Jaguars (2-5) control the ball and the clock
The Green Bay Packers survived a mild scare to stay unbeaten, while the Miami Dolphins and St. Louis Rams remained winless thanks to two potential new stars in Denver and Dallas. Here is the recap of the week seven action in the NFL:
Denver 18 – Miami 15 (OT)
After Tim Tebow led the Broncos to 15 points in the final 2:44 of regulation to tie the game, Denver beat the Miami Dolphins 18-15 on Matt Prater’s 52-yard field goal in overtime
As the 2011 NFL season creeps closer to its halfway point, at least four teams will make starting quarterback changes in time for the games of week seven. Meanwhile, other teams may soon consider coaching changes, since eight teams have one victory or less
Two head coaches fought, while another was injured during a game, as week six of the 2011 NFL season left just the defending Super Bowl champion Green Bay Packers as the lone unbeaten team in the league.
Buffalo and San Francisco won significant victories, and Green Bay’s undefeated Packers kept on rolling after a brief brush with defeat.
Here’s a recap of all the NFL games from week five of the 2011 NFL Season:
New England 30 NY Jets 21
Running back BenJarvus Green-Ellis gained a career-high 136 yards rushing and scored two touchdowns to lead the New England Patriots over the New York Jets, 30-21
The NFL enters week five of its 2011 season — its first bye week — with just two unbeaten teams: the defending Super Bowl champion Green Bay Packers and the upstart Detroit Lions. Both teams will play in the primetime games on Sunday and Monday, respectively
It was a record-setting week for several players, and the Green Bay Packers and Detroit Lions are the only remaining unbeaten teams after week four of the NFL’s 2011 season. Here’s a recap of all the action:
Green Bay 49 – Denver 23
Aaron Rodgers threw for a career-high 408 yards, four touchdown passes and added two rushing scores, as the Green Bay Packers trounced the Denver Broncos 49-23. The Packers led 21-3
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