Giants quarterback Eli Manning personifies a Halloween party, because you never know what you might see next, a two-time Super Bowl winner or a hapless, shoulder-slumping loser?
Once again, it appeared Jameis Winston had created a mess he could not possibly escape. And once again, the quarterback turned into a magician, stunning the crowd with his sleight of hand.
Among the keys to making money betting on horse racing is to identify vulnerable favorites. This is never more important than on big race days like the Breeders’ Cup Friday and Saturday at Santa Anita Park.
As bad as it was, it’s not as if the Chicago Bears hit rock bottom. But, after another embarrassing performance, it’s obvious Jay Cutler is a quarterback who can lead them there.
Houston has holes — particularly quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick. But the running of Arian Foster and a defense led by J.J. Watt should be enough to cover against a Titans team led by rookie Zach Mettenberger.
In what seemed like the blink of an eye, Peyton Manning turned a traffic jam into a drag race. A painfully slow game became another Manning passing clinic and a wide-open shootout.
A record 201 horses were pre-entered for the two-day Breeders’ Cup championships at Santa Anita Park on Oct. 31 and Nov. 1. And this with one less race as the Marathon no longer exists.
It’s a World Series missing star power, but not without an ace. Madison Bumgarner, a country strong left-hander, is the San Francisco Giants’ best shot at spoiling a Cinderella story.
A bad team used the element of surprise to stun the Seattle Seahawks, and it should not come as a shock to coach Pete Carroll. He had to know what he was up against this season, and it’s an almost unbeatable opponent.
Everything is flowing for Philip Rivers this season, and no defense is slowing him. The San Diego Chargers quarterback has such a hot hand, he should be shooting at a craps table.