Who is giving Le’Veon Bell financial advice?

So Le’Veon Bell might sit out the whole season?

I understand how some players get caught up with their egos and battles with teams that often don’t appreciate them. Bell, however, seems to have taken this a bit too far. It’s hard to imagine how he ever recoups what he lost from this season.

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“I don’t believe what I just saw!” – Jack Buck and the greatest call in baseball history

The video above contains the audio for Game 1 of the 1988 World Series between the Los Angeles Dodgers and Oakland A’s. Jack Buck is calling the game, and if you pick up the sound at the 2:44 mark, you’ll hear Buck’s legendary call of Kirk Gibson’s shocking home run.

Here’s a great ESPN documentary about that game:

World Series ratings plummet

The Boston Red Sox dominated the Los Angeles Dodgers to win the World Series 4-1, but the ratings were pretty bad as detailed in this article. For many this is a surprise given the matchup of two iconic franchiese from large markets. This will be a hot topic for debate, but the late start for the games has to be addressed.

Three top-ten teams fall this weekend

The ranks of the undefeated are starting to thin out.

First, the Big 12 showed again how pathetic college defenses can look as Texas defeated rival Oklahoma 48-45 to hand the Sooners their first loss of the season. Texas almost squandered a huge lead but then let the Sooners tie it up late. They sealed with win with a 40-yard field goal from freshman Cameron Dicker.

Meanwhile, Ohio State transfer Joe Burrow had LSU ranked in the top ten without a loss heading into Florida, but the Gators sealed the win with a late pick 6.

Finally, Auburn was handled on the road against Mississippi State, 23-9.

Sony Michel adds new dynamic to Patriots offense

We’ve seen this movie before. The Patriots have some early season struggles, people questions whether Brady and company have started to slip, and then Belichick & co. make adjustments and get back to dominating most opponents.

The latest “adjustment” involves featuring first-round draft pick Sony Michel in the running game. He rushed for over 100 yards last week against the Dolphins and followed that up with another solid performance last night against the Colts. Meanwhile, Julian Edelman returned last night, catching 7 passes from Brady, and Josh Gordon caught his first TD pass from Brady as well.

The Chiefs and Jaguars certainly look like two of the best teams in the weaker AFC, but don’t count out the Patriots just yet.