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Bills return to Taylor as starting quarterback
The Bills will start quarterback Tyrod Taylor on Sunday against the Chiefs, coach Sean McDermott announced Wednesday. Taylor gets the quarterback job back after he replaced Nathan Peterman during Sunday's game against the Chargers.
Will Westbrook find KD-like chemistry with Paul George?
As Durant returns, the Thunder are still looking for their two biggest stars to make the kind of connections that once electrified OKC.
Now that Shohei Ohtani is coming to America, where will he play?
The path is clear for the "Japanese Babe Ruth" to play in the majors in 2018. Here are seven teams that have a chance at securing his talents.
The Warriors' playcalling efficiency is unmatched
The Warriors are great not just because they have the best players but also because they run the best plays. You listening, Doc Rivers?
Long live the Butt Fumble: Inside the NFL's king of bloopers
Think we've put this, ahem, behind us? Think again. On its fifth anniversary, we proudly present the definitive oral history of the best worst play in football.
Sports history is littered with Butt Fumble-like blunders
Cringeworthy gaffes have been a part of sports lore long before Mark Sanchez ran into a teammate's backside. Here are some of the most bizarre blunders ever.
Power-starved Red Sox must lure Giancarlo Stanton from Fish
Boston has lacked a true middle-of-the-order bopper since David Ortiz retired. One man could bring back fireworks to Fenway like no other.
Tackling Thanksgiving dinner with the TB12 Method
Patriots superfan Katie Nolan hosts some of her new ESPN colleagues for a holiday meal fit for five-time Super Bowl champion Tom Brady.
Drawing up four backyard plays to dominate your Turkey Bowl
You know what really takes the edge off on Thanksgiving? Giving a good, old-fashioned football beatdown before dinner. Our X's and O's guru runs through the plays that will help you beat your loved ones.
Most exciting team in the league is ... the Devils?
A combination of youth, speed, skill and inexperience help make the Devils and the Leafs two of the most thrilling teams to watch night in and night out. But don't forget about those high-flying Blues!