The Dallas Cowboys had yet another lackluster game as they fell to the Russell-Wilson led Seattle Seahawks 13-24 on Sunday afternoon. It feels like we may never see the Dallas Cowboys that went 13-3 and finished top of the NFC East while securing home-field advantage throughout the playoffs that year.
During a 4 month off-season filled with surprising signings, blockbuster (in some cases) trades and promising draft picks, we as NBA fans can give out predictions and opinions on how the upcoming year is going to go at around this time of year (mid-late September). And it is during this
Brad Keselowski led 75 laps to pick up the victory in the South Point 400, the first playoff race of 2018. The win was his third in a row,and books him an automatic spot in the next round of the playoffs.
"To start off the playoffs with the win, that's really strong," Keselowski told
We are so close. 33 days away from Wizards basketball and almost a month away from regular season NBA games being played. We've made it folks, we've made it through another long offseason of endless trade talks, false hope and dream scenarios that each and every fan make up during
Well now it's over. The Seattle Storm are WNBA champions and completed a 3-game sweep of the Washington Mystics with a 98-82 win that showed exactly why they deserve to be WNBA champions. Sue Bird can still do it, even at the age of 37 and being the oldest player
This is it. Do-or die time. Wednesday night, the Washington Mystics will have their backs against the wall as they look to rebound from a heartbreaking 75-73 Game 2 loss to the Seattle Storm. The Mystics will have an advantage playing in front of their home crowd in DC at EagleBank
In a thrilling late race shootout, Brad Keselowski barreled his way past Denny Hamlin coming to the white flag at Indy and clinched Roger Penske’s first Brickyard 400 win and a historic one for Team Penske.
"It is special and means a lot to kiss the bricks today and get that
The clock has struck 11:59 on the Mystics season. One minute, one loss away from being eliminated from the WNBA Finals which would put an end to this awesome run that the Washington Mystics have put on during this WNBA season. However, they will be at home and they will
The Washington Mystics will take on the Seattle Storm today at 3:30 in Game 2 of the WNBA Finals. The Mystics dropped the first game but if they win today, all will be forgiven. Rookie Ariel Atkins dropped 23 points on Friday night but that was about it as the
From the opening tip, we all got to see exactly what kind of night it would be for 2015 WNBA MVP Elena Delle Donne and the Washington Mystics. Tonight clearly wasn't the night for the Mystics, who got dominated by the Seattle Storm in a 89-76 loss. A lack of