When the Steelers and Chargers met at Heinz Field last December, the visitors emerged with a 33-30 victory in what was a very exciting game. However, the encore at Dignity Health Sports Park on Sunday, October 13 promises to be different in at least one significant way.
The New York Yankees will go head to head with the Houston Astros in the best-of-seven American League Championship Series that begins Saturday, October 12. It’s a rematch of a memorable 2017 ALCS that the Astros took in seven games en route to their first World Series title.
Both the Washington Nationals and St. Louis Cardinals pulled off sizable upsets in the NLDS. Who has the advantage in the NLCS?
Which team will face the Yankees in the ALCS? We'll find out Thursday, in a winner-take-all ALDS Game 5 between the Astros and Rays.
Two decisive Game 5s await in the two National League Division Series, as the Braves host the Cardinals and the Nationals travel to the West Coast to face the Dodgers.
The Astros will send out ace Justin Verlander on short rest for Game 4 of the ALDS. Can Houston close out the Rays and move on to the ALCS?
Could all-or-nothing elimination games be coming, or can the Braves and Dodgers close out the NLDS Monday and advance to the NLCS?
Will the favored Astros and Yankees continue to roll in the ALDS, or can the underdog Rays and Twins spring an upset?
The Colts blew a chance to pad their record against the Raiders last week, when they lost 31-24 as 7-point home favorites. They’ll face a much tougher assignment Sunday night, on the road against the undefeated Chiefs.
While the American League is just getting started in its Division Series on Friday, the National League has a pair of pivotal Game 2 matchups. Can the Braves and Nationals bounce back, or will the Cardinals and Dodgers take a commanding 2-0 lead?