- The stat that could be the difference in Chiefs-Rams
It’s finally here! The Chiefs visit the Rams (ESPN, 8:15 p.m.) in a potential Super Bowl preview. Fans and bettors have been waiting weeks for this offensive showcase. Few teams have done as good a job as the Chiefs and Rams at abusing defenses after offseason rules changes. VSiN’s “Drive Point” stat captures that at...
- Knicks rookie plays more like project than shot-blocking whiz
ORLANDO, Fla. — One week ago, center Mitchell Robinson blocked a Knicks rookie-record nine shots against the Magic at the Garden. Orlando coach Steve Clifford said he was on “my board” during preparations for the rematch. On Sunday, Robinson got rejected by the referees. In a foul-plagued performance, Robinson looked a lot more like a...
- Girl in coma after deadly crash on Bronx highway
A 14-year-old girl is fighting for her life and may never walk again following a Bronx car crash that killed her five-months’-pregnant stepmom, her grandmother told The Post on Sunday. The girl, Sky Mendoza, is in a coma at Lincoln Medical Center after undergoing surgery for bleeding in the brain and a broken spine. The...
- METALS-Copper trades in narrow range on mixed Sino-U.S. trade signals
London copper was almost
unchanged on Monday as tensions between Washington and Beijing
at a regional summit renewed concerns over a prolonged trade
war, weighing on prices although the market was supported by
U.S.-China trade tensions were clearly on display at an Asia
Pacific economic summit in Papua New Guinea over the weekend,
where leaders failed to agree on a communique
- Weekend in sport: England finally beats Croatia
England beats Croatia to secure Nations League finals place... All Blacks lose to Ireland in Dublin... Zverev downs Djokovic in ATP Finals... Condi Rice NFL coaching rumors quashed... Opponents blame each other for darts match stink. This is your Monday sporting recap.
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