Washington vs Giants Live

The Washington Football Team lost both of their matches to the New York Giants last season on scores of 3-24 and 35-41, so they’re hoping to turn the tables this season. Washington and New York will face off in an NFC East battle at 1 p.m. ET on Sunday at MetLife Stadium. Both teams have had a rocky road up to this point with four consecutive losses for Washington and five for the Giants.

How To Watch

  • When: Sunday at 1 p.m. ET
  • Where: MetLife Stadium — East Rutherford,, New Jersey
  • TV: FOX
  • Follow: CBS Sports App

The contest between Washington and the Los Angeles Rams this past Sunday was not particularly close, with Washington falling 30-10. Washington’s only touchdown came on a rush from QB Kyle Allen. Allen ended up with a passer rating of 117.

Meanwhile, it was close but no cigar for New York as they fell 37-34 to the Dallas Cowboys this past Sunday. One thing holding New York back was the mediocre play of QB Daniel Jones, who did not have his best game: besides failing to produce a single touchdown, he fumbled the ball once. Jones ended up with a passer rating of 117.10.

Special teams collected 14 points for New York. K Graham Gano delivered a perfect 4-for-4 game. This makes it three perfect games in a row for him.

Washington is expected to lose this next one by 3. Those betting on them against the spread shouldn’t have high expectations for them since the squad is 1-3-1 ATS when expected to lose.

A couple offensive stats to keep in the back of your head while watching: Washington is third worst in the NFL in yards per game, with only 301.8 on average. New York has experienced some struggles of their own as they are stumbling into the matchup with the fewest overall offensive touchdowns in the league, having accrued only three on the season. It’s possible one of these Achilles’ heels will wind up tripping the losing team up.

 

Texans vs Titans Live

The Houston Texans and the Tennessee Titans are even-steven against one another since October of 2016 (4-4), but not for long. The Texans and Tennessee will face off in an AFC South battle at 1 p.m. ET on Sunday at Nissan Stadium. The teams split their matchups last year, with Houston winning the first 24-21 on the road and the Titans taking the second 35-14.

How To Watch

  • When: Sunday at 1 p.m. ET
  • Where: Nissan Stadium — Nashville,, Tennessee
  • TV: CBS
  • Online streaming: fuboTV (Try for free. Regional restrictions may apply.)
  • Follow: CBS Sports App

Houston had enough points to win and then some against the Jacksonville Jaguars this past Sunday, taking their game 30-14. Houston relied on the efforts of WR Brandin Cooks, who caught eight passes for one TD and 161 yards, and QB Deshaun Watson, who passed for three TDs and 359 yards on 35 attempts. That receiving effort made it the first game that Cooks has posted more than 100 yards receiving.

Special teams collected 12 points for Houston. K Ka’imi Fairbairn delivered a perfect 3-for-3 game.

Meanwhile, the Titans made easy work of the Buffalo Bills this past Tuesday and carried off a 42-16 victory. That looming 26-point mark stands out as the most commanding margin for Tennessee yet this season. Tennessee QB Ryan Tannehill earned his paycheck as he passed for three TDs and 195 yards on 28 attempts in addition to rushing for one TD and 42 yards. Tannehill ended up with a passer rating of 168.90.

The wins brought the Texans up to 1-4 and Tennessee to 4-0. A couple offensive stats to keep an eye on: Houston is stumbling into the matchup with the fewest rushing yards per game in the NFL, having accrued only 73.5 on average. Tennessee has experienced some struggles of their own as they are third worst in the league in overall offensive touchdowns, with only eight on the season. It’s possible one of these Achilles’ heels will wind up tripping the losing team up.

 

Bengals vs Colts Live

After two games on the road, the Indianapolis Colts are heading back home. They will take on the Cincinnati Bengals at 1 p.m. ET on Sunday at Lucas Oil Stadium. Given that these two teams suffered a loss in their last game, they both have a little extra motivation heading into this game.

 

How To Watch

  • When: Sunday at 1 p.m. ET
  • Where: Lucas Oil Stadium — Indianapolis,, Indiana
  • TV: FOX
  • Online streaming: fuboTV (Try for free. Regional restrictions may apply.)
  • Follow: CBS Sports App

Indianapolis came up short against the Cleveland Browns this past Sunday, falling 32-23. The Colts’ only touchdown came from RB Jonathan Taylor.

Special teams collected 11 points for Indianapolis. K Rodrigo Blankenship delivered a perfect 3-for-3 game. One of the most memorable scores? A 101-yard kickoff return for touchdown from CB Isaiah Rodgers in the third quarter.

Meanwhile, the oddsmakers predicted a rough matchup for Cincinnati this past Sunday, and boy were they were right. Things couldn’t have gone much worse for them as they lost 27-3 to the Baltimore Ravens. Cincinnati was down 20 to nothing at the end of the third quarter, which was just too much to recover from. QB Joe Burrow had a memorable game, but not in the way you want to be remembered: besides failing to produce a single touchdown, he threw one interception and fumbled the ball once with only 183 yards passing.

Indianapolis is the favorite in this one, with an expected 7.5-point margin of victory. Those burned by picking them against the spread this past Sunday might want to keep in mind that the squad has never dropped back-to-back games against the spread this season.

The losses put the Colts at 3-2 and the Bengals at 1-3-1. A couple defensive numbers to keep in mind before kickoff: Indianapolis ranks first in the NFL when it comes to touchdowns allowed, with only six on the season. As for Cincinnati, they come into the contest boasting the fourth fewest passing touchdowns allowed in the league at five.

 

Ravens vs Eagles Live

After two games on the road, the Philadelphia Eagles are heading back home. They will square off against the Baltimore Ravens at 1 p.m. ET on Sunday at Lincoln Financial Field. The Eagles will be hoping to continue their now four-game streak of scoring more points each game than the last.

How To Watch

  • When: Sunday at 1 p.m. ET
  • Where: Lincoln Financial Field — Philadelphia,, Pennsylvania
  • TV: CBS
  • Online streaming: fuboTV (Try for free. Regional restrictions may apply.)
  • Follow: CBS Sports App

Philadelphia was hampered by 84 penalty yards against the Pittsburgh Steelers this past Sunday. Philadelphia came up short against Pittsburgh, falling 38-29. Philadelphia’s loss came about despite a quality game from RB Miles Sanders, who punched in two rushing touchdowns. Sanders put himself on the highlight reel with a 74-yard TD scramble up the middle in the first quarter. Sanders’ sharp performance set his single-game rushing touchdown high for the season.

A well-balanced attack led Baltimore over the Cincinnati Bengals every single quarter on their way to victory this past Sunday. Baltimore put the hurt on Cincinnati with a sharp 27-3 victory. The matchup was all but wrapped up at the end of the third, by which point the Ravens had established a 20 to nothing advantage. No one had a standout game offensively for Baltimore, but they got scores from TE Mark Andrews and WR Marquise Brown. This makes it five games in a row in which Jackson has produced a touchdown.

Baltimore’s defense was a presence, holding Cincinnati to a paltry 205 yards. The defense embarrassed Cincinnati’s offensive line to sack QB Joe Burrow seven times for a loss of 48 yards. It was a group effort with seven picking up one sack apiece.

The Eagles are expected to lose this next one by 7.5. Those burned by picking them against the spread this past Sunday might want to keep in mind that the squad has never dropped back-to-back games against the spread this season.

Philadelphia is now 1-3-1 while Baltimore sits at 4-1. A couple stats to keep in the back of your head while watching: Philadelphia is worst in the league in thrown interceptions, having thrown seven on the season. To make matters even worse for the Eagles, the Ravens enter the contest with six forced fumbles, good for second best in the NFL.

 

Browns vs Steelers Live

The Cleveland Browns are 1-6-1 against the Pittsburgh Steelers since November of 2016, but they’ll have a chance to close the gap a little bit on Sunday. The Browns and Pittsburgh will face off in an AFC North battle at 1 p.m. ET at Heinz Field. Both of these red-hot teams will try to put the other on ice to keep their winning streaks alive.

How To Watch

  • When: Sunday at 1 p.m. ET
  • Where: Heinz Field — Pittsburgh,, Pennsylvania
  • TV: CBS
  • Online streaming: fuboTV (Try for free. Regional restrictions may apply.)
  • Follow: CBS Sports App

Cleveland beat the Indianapolis Colts 32-23 this past Sunday. No one had a standout game offensively for Cleveland, but they got scores from RB Kareem Hunt, WR Rashard Higgins, and DB Ronnie Harrison. QB Baker Mayfield ended up with a passer rating of 119.90.

Special teams collected 12 points for Cleveland. K Cody Parkey delivered a perfect 3-for-3 game.

Meanwhile, Pittsburgh netted a 38-29 victory over the Philadelphia Eagles this past Sunday. WR Chase Claypool had a stellar game for the Steelers as he punched in one rushing touchdown in addition to catching seven passes for three TDs and 110 yards. That receiving effort made it the first game that Claypool has posted more than 100 yards receiving.

The Browns are expected to lose this next one by 3.5. They might be worth taking a chance on against the spread, however, as they are currently on a three-game streak of ATS wins.

Two numbers to keep in mind before kickoff: Cleveland enters the game with eight rushing touchdowns, which is the best in the league. But the Steele’s rank first in the NFL when it comes to rushing touchdowns allowed, with only one on the season. We’ll see if their defense can keep the Browns’ running backs out of the end zone.

Broncos vs Patriots Live

The Denver Broncos and the New England Patriots have had some time off and are no doubt ready to hit the field. They will face off against one another at 1 p.m. ET on Sunday at Gillette Stadium. The Broncos should still be riding high after a victory, while New England will be looking to right the ship.

How To Watch

  • When: Sunday at 1 p.m. ET
  • Where: Gillette Stadium — Foxboro,, Massachusetts
  • TV: CBS
  • Online streaming: fuboTV (Try for free. Regional restrictions may apply.)
  • Follow: CBS Sports App

Denver had a touchdown and change to spare in a 37-28 win over the New York Jets two weeks ago. Denver can attribute much of their success to RB Melvin Gordon, who rushed for two TDs and 107 yards on 23 carries. That nimble footwork stands out as the first time Gordon has hit the 100-yard rushing mark this season. Gordon’s sharp performance also set his single-game rushing touchdown high for the season.

Denver’s defense was a presence as well, as it embarrassed New York’s offensive line to sack the QB six times for a loss of 54 yards. The heavy lifting was done by ILB Josey Jewell and OLB Bradley Chubb, who each racked up two sacks.

Meanwhile, the game between the Patriots and the Kansas City Chiefs two weeks ago was not particularly close, with New England falling 26-10. No one had a standout game offensively for New England, but they got scores from WR N’Keal Harry and QB Jarrett Stidham.

Denver is expected to lose this next one by 7.5. They hadn’t treated fans well this season, but they at least enjoy a 3-1 record against the spread.

Denver is now 1-3 while New England sits at 2-2. A couple offensive numbers to keep in mind before kickoff: The Broncos are fourth worst in the NFL in yards per game, with only 306.8 on average. To make matters even worse for Denver, New England comes into the matchup boasting the second most rushing touchdowns in the league at seven.

Lomachenko vs Lopez Live

It’s all on the line in Las Vegas tonight as Ukraine’s three-weight boxing king takes on one of the sport’s rising stars. It’s set to be an intriguing showdown and you won’t need miss a second of the action by following our Vasiliy Lomachenko vs Teofimo Lopez live stream guide below.

The Lomachenko vs Lopez fight is set to take place on Saturday, October 17 at the MGM Grand Conference Center on the Las Vegas strip in Nevada. The main card is set to start at 10pm ET. So you can expect the ring walk to begin at around midnight ET / 9pm PT. You have choices when it comes to coverage, with ESPN on cable and the likes of ESPN+ and Sling TV for cord cutters.

How to watch the Lomachenko vs Lopez live stream in the US for FREE

ESPN has the rights to show this massive fight. It’s being shown both on ESPN’s linear cable channel (which also opens up over-the-top streaming services as way to watch the fight) and its dedicated ESPN+ subscription service (which costs $5.99 per month).

ESPN+ is seriously great value at just $5.99 a month . In addition being the US home of the many big soccer soccer matches, ESPN+ also features loads of games from the NBA, NHL, MLB and MLS, plus college sports, tennis, golf, cricket, rugby, Top Rank boxing, UFC and more.

For the ultimate value, grab a combined ESPN+, Disney Plus and Hulu bundle for just $12.99 a month, which gets you loads of great entertainment and family-friendly content in addition to all that sports action.

But you also have the option to watch this bout absolutely free. That’s because ESPN is one of the many networks that features on Sling TV’s Orange package.

The regular cost is $30 a month and Sling Orange includes the likes of CNN, Comedy Central, TNT and Disney alongside the ESPN channels. But you can also give it a try absolutely free for 3 days, thus letting you catch the fight without paying a penny.

The main card is set to get going at 10pm ET, with the headline fight likely to happen at around 12am ET / 9pm PT.

What else comes with an ESPN+ subscription?

Quite a lot as it happens – a subscription to ESPN+ opens up access to over 20 exclusive live and replayed UFC Fight Nights, loads of documentaries like the Oscar-winning O.J.: Made in America, and on-demand action of history’s greatest matches – think Wimbledon finals, Super Bowls, boxing title fights and loads more.

Oh yeah, and when live sport finally gets going again, ESPN+ also hosts tonnes of coverage including soccer, hockey, baseball…the list goes on.

Exeter Chiefs vs Racing 92 Live

It’s team news day for the European final!

Exeter Chiefs take on French side Racing 92 in the final of the European Heineken Champions Cup on Saturday, facing off at Ashton Gate.

Exeter reached the final with an impressive 28-18 victory over European royalty Toulouse at Sandy Park while the star studded Racing side left it late to beat defending champions Saracens 19-15 in Paris.

We are here to bring you all the updates from both camps ahead of the biggest game in Exeter’s history having never reached this stage of the competition before.

Team news for both sides will be announced on Friday at midday.

The game kicks off at 4.45pm (UK time) on Saturday.

Cyborg vs Blencowe Live

Throughout a legendary career spanning 15 years as a women’s MMA pioneer, Cris Cyborg had yet to record a submission victory as a professional entering Thursday’s Bellator 249 card. It took less than two rounds for that factoid to need updating as Cyborg continued to evolve her game deep into her career.

Cyborg (23-2, 1 NC) made the first defense of her Bellator MMA women’s featherweight title with a dominant second-round submission win over top contender Arlene Blencowe (13-8) inside the Mohegan Sun Arena in Uncasville, Connecticut.

Bellator 249 card, results

  • Cris Cyborg (c) def. Arlene Blencowe via second-round submission (rear-naked choke)
  • Leandro Higo def. Ricky Bandejas via second-round submission (rear-naked choke)
  • Steve Mowry def. Shawn Teed via first-round TKO (knee, punches)
  • Saad Awad vs. Mandel Nallo ends in no contest (groin strike)
  • Andrew Kapel def. Joseph Creer via second-round TKO (doctor stoppage)
R1: Short elbow from side mount for Cyborg. She moves to full mount with short punches.

R1: Cyborg works knees and short right hands from the clinch. Nice sweep to get the takedown.

R1: Right hand to the body from the champion. Nice jab and left hook combo from Blencowe. Cyborg ties her up in the clinch against the cage.

ROUND 1: Inside leg kick from Blencowe. Cyborg answers with a snapping leg kick of her own.

And here comes the champion Cris Cyborg. She holds a two-inch advantage in height and nearly five inches in reach.

Blencowe begins her walk to the cage and sports a record of 7-2 under the Bellator banner over the past five years. Her only defeats came by close decision to former champion Julia Budd.

A former Strikeforce and UFC champion, the 35-year-old Cyborg showcased not just an increasingly patient striking attack but an ever-growing ground game that included two takedowns and a submission finish via rear-naked choke.

“I was really working hard because I wanted my first submission in MMA. I never did that before,” Cyborg said. “This is a dream come true. I’m very happy and excited for the next one.”

Blencowe, a 37-year-old native of Australia, had only lost in the previous five years under the Bellator banner to the same fighter twice by close decision in former champion Julia Budd. But that’s the same fighter Cyborg demolished in January to capture her 145-pound crown and she made even quicker work of Blencowe by using inside leg kicks and pressure to force her back to the cage at will.

Boston College vs Virginia Tech Live

The Boston College Eagles have enjoyed the comforts of home their last three games, but now they must head out on the road. The Eagles and the Virginia Tech Hokies will face off in an ACC battle at 8 p.m. ET on Saturday at Lane Stadium/Worsham Field. BC should still be riding high after a win, while Virginia Tech will be looking to right the ship.

How To Watch

  • When: Saturday at 8 p.m. ET
  • Where: Lane Stadium/Worsham Field — Blacksburg,, Virginia
  • TV: ACC Network
  • Online streaming: fuboTV (Try for free. Regional restrictions may apply.)
  • Follow: CBS Sports App

It may have taken overtime to finish the job, but BC ultimately got the result they were hoping for last week with a 31-30 victory over the Pittsburgh Panthers. WR Zay Flowers had a stellar game for BC as he caught six passes for three TDs and 162 yards. Near the top of the highlight reel was Phil Jurkovec’s 77-yard TD bomb to Flowers in the third quarter.

Meanwhile, Virginia Tech came up short against the North Carolina Tar Heels last week, falling 56-45. Virginia Tech’s defeat came about despite a quality game from RB Khalil Herbert, who rushed for two TDs and 138 yards on 18 carries. One of the most memorable plays of the game was Herbert’s 52-yard touchdown rush in the third quarter.

The Eagles are now 3-1 while the Hokies sit at 2-1. A pair of defensive stats to keep an eye on: BC comes into the matchup boasting the ninth most sacks in the nation at 11. But Virginia Tech is even better: they enter the contest with 13 sacks, good for third best in the nation. With that kind of ball pressure, don’t be surprised if there are a lot of short passes in this one.