The Dallas Cowboys will be facing against the Houston Texans coming Oct. 6 at 1 p.m. EST at the AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. Both are two of the eight teams in their division with three wins each and no team has four wins yet – the Cardinals are already 3-0 as well as the Cincinnati Bengals. The Cowboys and the Texans both have the opportunity to move to four wins.
While the Cowboys are worrying about their next game with the Texans and their potential 4-1 record, C.J. Spillman, the defensive back for the Cowboys, is being investigated for a sexual assault case. The case was filed Sept. 20, according to Sgt. Robert Eberling of the Grapevine Police Department. No other information has been released to help in the investigation of the alleged incident.
"Any investigation involving a sexual assault does take some time. At this point, there has not been any arrests or formal charges have been filed or anything like that. But we're continuing to investigate," Eberling said. more >>
In the NFL, the Denver Broncos lost Week 3 against the world champions, the Seattle Seahawks. Now they are back home to face against another NFC West team, the Arizona Cardinals. However, the Cardinals are difficult opponents as they are the second-best team in their division and even in their conference.
The Cardinals will be a tough team to fight against as they are good at both sides of the ball and the Broncos want to get back on the winning side. However, to do that they will need to improve on some areas they have been struggling with all year like their passing. This year, the Broncos are having trouble moving the ball around and will struggle against a tougher defensive opponent like the Cardinals.
Last year, the Broncos were averaging 375 yards per game but this year, it went down to 260 yards per game and it's a huge difference. While it might be concerning that the Arizona's head coach Bruce Arians and assistant head coach Tom Moore know quarterback Peyton Manning, it still boils down to players. more >>
A lot has been going on with the NBA League now that the training camps for the teams have started, and news are abuzz on the Internet. Just this Wednesday, the Cleveland Cavaliers held their annual season opening event, the Wine and Gold Scrimmage at the Quicken Loans Arena.
It was a successful event for the team, with the unveiling of the new looks of the jerseys as well as introducing the Cavalier's big three – LeBron James, Kevin Love, and Kyrie Irving.
"It was a great reaction. The fans are great, they've always been great," James said. more >>
Kevin Durant is a shooting guard with a towering height of 6'9" and a wingspan of 7'4". Agility-wise, he can outmaneuver other elite players including LBJ.
The 26-year-old power forward can also easily pull-off a 3-point shot. But the reigning Thunder MVP admits an unexpected, shocking truth: he can't palm an NBA basketball. While it's hardly a news story, it surely does arrest the attention of hoop fans.
Oklahoma City Thunder writer Darnell Mayberry recently took to his social media to reveal what he learned about Durant. more >>
San Antonio Spurs point guard Patty Mills is reported to be among the seven nominees for Australian Sports Hall of Fame's "The Don" Award, according to reports.
The 26-year-old Indigenous Australian will be up against Australian tennis player Nick Kyrgios to vie for the title, Project Spurs reported.
"Named in honour of Australian cricket's greatest player Don Bradman, Kyrgios and Mills will compete with three-time winter Olympian Lydia Lassila, athletics stars Sally Pearson and Michael Shelley, Formula One whiz kid Daniel Ricciardo and cricket paceman Mitchell Johnson," The Sydney Herald stated. more >>
Christian author and preacher Max Lucado has come to the defense of an NFL player recently punished for praying after making an interception.
In a column published Wednesday, Lucado wrote that when Kansas City Chiefs player Husain Abdullah was given a personal foul for praying on the field it "was hard to watch."