Jonathan Taylor Scores 5 TDs as Colts Blow Out Bills, 41-15
The Buffalo Bills lost their control of the top of the AFC East on Sunday as they were blown out in Orchard Park by the visiting Colts, 41-15. Indianapolis running back Jonathan Taylor set a franchise record with five touchdowns in the win, the Colts’ third straight. He finished the day with 32 carries for 185 yards.
FanDuel and Genius Sports Expand Partnership
The sports betting giant announced on Monday that they will extend their existing partnership with the data provider with a concentration on the NFL. The agreement will provide FanDuel with official sportsbook, media content, and NFL advertising inventory, and will enable fan engagement strategies.
NFL Teams Up with Panini for NFT Trading Card Packs
Panini America, the NFL and the NFLPA’s exclusive trading card partner, will launch pro football’s first NFT trading card packs beginning on Dec. 1, the parties announced Monday. The digital launch will only be the first for Panini and the NFL, as they will debut additional products under the Prizm and Donruss Optive brands in January and February 2022.
Klay Thompson Cleared for Practice, Eyes Return
Klay Thompson has his sights set for his return to the hardwood for the first time since the 2019 NBA Playoffs. Shams Charania reported on Sunday that the Warriors star has been cleared to participate in all team practices, and is hopeful for a return to the game before Christmas.
Lewis Hamilton Wins Qatar GP, Tightens Race for Season Title
Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton took home Sunday’s victory at the Qatar GP, beating Red Bull’s Max Verstappen by 25 seconds. The win brought Hamilton within eight points of Verstappen for the season, with two races remaining.
Ohio State Leaps Three Spots to No. 2 in College Football AP Poll
Rivalry week is upon us, and things are heating up in the world of college football. Ohio State jumped three spots to secure the No. 2 position after they obliterated Michigan State on Saturday. Georgia was, yet again, a unanimous pick for the top slot, and Alabama, Cincinnati, and Notre Dame rounded out the top five.