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Weekend in Review: Sports

Updated: Oct 15, 2022

Headlines in the sports world over the weekend

Boston Mountain Publishing, Monday October 10, 2022 6:48 AM


The Buffalo Bills move to 4-1 on the year after blowing out the Pittsburgh Steelers 38-3 at home on Sunday afternoon. On the day, Bills QB Josh Allen had 424 total yards with 4 TDs. Gabe Davis had 3 receptions going for 171 yards and 2 TDs for Buffalo. The Steelers are now 1-4 on the season.

The San Diego Chargers (3-2) defeated the Cleveland Browns 30-28 on Sunday. With :14 seconds on the clock, the Browns had a chance to win the game with a field goal from 54 yards out, but the kick veered right, and Chargers sneak out of Cleveland with the win. Austin Ekeler led San Diego with 173 yards rushing to go with 2 TDs for Chargers. The Browns are now 2-3 on the year.

The Baltimore Ravens win at home 19-17 against their division rival the Cincinatti Bengals in the night game. Cincinatti scored with under 2 minutes in the game on a Joe Burrow rushing TD to take the lead 17-16. Baltimore drove down the field and Justin Tucker kicked a 43-yard field goal with :03 seconds on the clock taking the Ravens to 3-2 on the year and a game ahead of the Bengals in the AFC North.

NFC East

The Philadelphia Eagles are leading the division and the league through Week 5, starting the year 5-0 after winning 20-17 on the road over the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday.

The Dallas Cowboys move to 4-1 on the season with a 22-10 win against the defending champs Los Angeles Rams in LA.

The New York Giants took down the Green Bay Packers (3-2) with a 27-22 win in Green Bay Sunday afternoon to move to 4-1 on the season.

Key Injuries from Week 6

QB Teddy Bridgewater of the Miami Dolphins was ruled out after the first play of the game under the league's concussion protocol revised rules. He was starting in place of QB Tua Tagovailoa who suffered a concussion and left last week's game.

RB Rashaad Penny of the Seattle Seahawks left the game with an ankle injury and was seen wearing a boot on the sidelines.

Tonight's Game

Las Vegas Raiders (1-3) @ Kansas City Chiefs (3-1)

8/7(c) ESPN


updated on Sunday, October 9

  • Ohio State moves to 6-0 and remains #1 in the Top 30.

  • Georgia (6-0) destroys Auburn.

  • Clemson (6-0) dismantles Boston College on the road 31-3.

  • Alabama escapes Texas A7M to remain undefeated.

  • Ole Miss is 6-0 after win against Kentucky in Oxford.

  • UCLA moves to 6-0 with win over Washington State.

  • USC (6-0) wins at home over Washington St. 30-14.

  • Oklahoma State beat Texas Tech and starts the year 5-0.

  • TCU (5-0) wins @ Kansas (5-1) with College Game Day visiting Lawrence for the weekend.

Upsets of the Weekend

South Carolina beat the #13 Kentucky Wildcats 24-14 in Lexington.

Arizona State defeated the #21 Washington Huskies 45-38 in Tempe.


Seattle, Cleveland, and Philadelphia locked up their best-of-3 Wild Card Series on Saturday, all earning an extra day off before the Division Series which starts on Tuesday.

The Mets and Padres wrapped-up their 3-game series at Citi Field in New York last night with the Padres

winning 6-0 to take the series.

Games start on Tuesday October 11th - Best of 5 games

Check out our: Wild Card Series Review here

Check out our Team Breakdowns for the 2022 season

Philadelphia Philles - 2022 Season in Review

San Diego Padres - Season in Review


The CUP SERIES continued this weekend in North Carolina with the 3rd Round of 12 race taking place at the Charlotte Motor Speedway featuring the Bank of America ROVAL 400 on Sunday afternoon. Christopher Bell won his way back into the Rounf of 8 after taking the checkered flag in the #20 car. Bell entered Sunday's race 33 points back in the chase for the CUP and needing a win to secure a spot in the Final 8 to have a chance down the stretch, exactly what he did. This is his 2nd win on the season and his 6th win in NASCAR playoff history.

Playoff Points Entering Las Vegas

1. Chase Elliott

2. Joey Logano

3. Ross Chastain

4. Christopher Bell

5. William Byron

6. Ryan Blaney

7. Denny Hamlin

8. Chase Briscoe

3 Round of 8 Races on the schedule:

Las Vegas





The PGA Tour headed west this week for the Shriner's Children's Open being held at the TPC Summerlin in Las Vegas, NV. Tom Kim and Patrick Cantlay were tied heading into the Par-3 17th after Cantlay made a tap-in birdie at #16 with both players sitting at -24 Under with two hole to go. Cantley and Kim both 2-putted for Par on the 17th. At the 18th tee, Cantlay with the honor, hit his drive left into the waste area and needed to punch out which ultimately turned into a disaster, carding a 7 on the final hole. Kim who hit his drive down the middle on 18, hit his second shot to the middle of the green and easily 2-putted for par. Kim finishing at -24 Under, won by 3 -strokes to take the title. At 20 years old, this is Kim's second win on the PGA Tour.

Up next:

ZOZO Championship

October 13 - October 16

Accordia Golf Narashino Country Club

Tokyo, Japan


Jodi Ewart of England won her first LPGA title at the Mediheal Championship at the Saticoy Club in Somis, California on Sunday. Ewart shot a 71 on Sunday, finishing 1 shot ahead of Yuka Saso of Japan. Last week's winner, Xiyu Lin finished in 8th place along with rookie Atthaya Thitikul of Thailand who won 2 weeks ago at the Walmart Northwest Arkansas Championship.

Up next:

BMW Ladies Championship

October 20 - October 23

Oak Valley Country Club

Republic of Korea


American Runner Emily Sisson set the US Women's Marathon Record on Sunday with a time of 2:18:29 finishing 2nd in the race to Kenyan Runner, Ruth Chepngetich who defended her title and won the Women's Division coming up :14 seconds short of the World Record.

Benson Kipruto of Kenya ran 2:04:24 and won the Men's Division over Seifu Tura of Ethiopia by :25 seconds.



22-23' NBA regular season kicks off on October 18th.


  • 22-23' season starts on November 15th with Duke taking on Kansas, and Kentucky taking on Michigan State in the State Farm Champions Classic at Gainbridge Fieldhouse in Indianapolis, IN.

NCAA Women

  • The 22-23' season begins on November 7th this year.

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