ATLANTA — The 53 things we learned from the New England Patriots’ 13-3 Super Bowl LIII win over the Los Angeles Rams on Sunday night:
I understand that many will look over this list expecting to see “Get a new head coach” or “Have Jerry Jones sell the team.” Neither of those options are realistic, especially over the next year.
SAN ANTONIO – DeMar DeRozan did his best to downplay it after he compared the latest warning sign to a movie genre.
After blowing a 22-point advantage to the New Orleans Pelicans with under six minutes remaining, the Spurs were on the cusp of perhaps the most disappointing defeat on their home floor this season
The second-year guard was the best player on the floor whenever he could stay on it, overcoming foul trouble to pace the Spurs and help lead them to a fourth-straight win.
The 30-22 Spurs look destined to make the playoffs for the 22nd straight season, and the Suns have a chance to finish with the league’s worst record. Despite the disparity, the Suns challenged the host Spurs and were even tied at 124 in the final seconds before Rudy Gay’s jumper gave San Antonio the win.
10-6 was a quality regular season, but doing it again could be problematic for the Cowboys
The Pro Bowl was yesterday, and the Cowboys coaching staff was in charge of the NFC squad. Despite some creativity, the NFC offense struggled to put up points in the exhibition game.
Behind big contributions from LaMarcus Aldridge and Davis Bertans, San Antonio improved to 29-22 and opened its four-game homestand with a W.