Atlanta Falcons 27-20 New York JetsQuarterback Ryan completes 5,000 regular season passesIt was a tale of two quarterbacks as the NFL returned to London for the first time in two years. One, Matt Ryan, was quietly destructive, throwing for 345 yards and two touchdowns as he became only the seventh man in history to complete 5,000 regular season passes. The other, Zach Wilson, too often just self-destructed.
CNN host Brian Stelter asked a provocative but slightly off-base question about a storied American media institution.
The federal trial — accusations of funneling foreign donations into US elections — now begins of former Giuliani associate Lev Parnas and co-defendant Andrey Kukushkin. Jurors are asked feelings for or against Rudy or Donald. FOX TV’s banned Rudy and his law license was suspended. He’s probably concerned. In March, New York State legalized recreational marijuana. Zero happened. In came temp
More than 60,000 fans greeted American football as it made its long-awaited return to the UK
Rookie tight end Kyle Pitts was the stand-out performer with nine catches for 119 yards and a touchdown.
There is something we do as a football city better than any other football city. We travel well, especially when passports are involved. Perhaps that can allow Jets fans to take heart when they wake up extra early Sunday morning to watch the Jets and the Falcons live from London, with kickoff just past 9:30
Ahead of their game with the Falcons in London, Tony Evans charts the Jets’ wild ride to becoming masters of self-destruction and how, for beleaguered fans, ineptitude has become part of their identity
The Atlanta Falcons flew into a first quarter lead and never looked back. Kyle Pitts had quite the day, scoring his first touchdown, with quarterback Matt Ryan throwing for 342 yards in a 27-20 win.
John Franklin-Myers' contract extension is a part of the blueprint for how the New York Jets want to build their roster going forward.
First-year head coaches Arthur Smith and Robert Saleh meet at Tottenham Hotspur Stadium in the first of two London games
New York Jets safety Marcus Maye is facing both criminal charges and a civil suit, stemming from an alleged drunk driving incident in Florida in February.