Porzingis scores 30, Knicks hold off Hawks for 111-107 win
A 6-yard touchdown pass from Keenum to tight end Kyle Rudolph in the fourth quarter lifted the Vikings to a 14-9 win over the Falcons on Sunday at Mercedes-Benz Stadium.
Keenum completed all 13 of his passes in the second half and finished 25 of 30 for 227 yards and two touchdowns as the Vikings (10-2) won their eighth straight game.
The Vikings took one step closer to earning a first-round bye in the NFC playoffs and dealt the Falcons (7-5) a big blow in Atlanta’s quest for a second straight NFC South title.
That’s a fair amount of talent on the market, and almost all of those names would be an upgrade for the Broncos’ and Dolphins’ current lineups. Denver may not have the plug-and-play offense that Peyton Manning piloted to new heights in a similar situation, but an experienced quarterback would be the difference between battling for an AFC West title and slumping to a top-five pick.
Miami can offer warm weather, no income tax, and the opportunity to throw to a receiving corps led by DeVante Parker, Kenny Stills, and, assuming he’s re-signed, Jarvis Landry.
There’s more than one way to win a hockey game, and the Los Angeles Kings keep proving that.
The Blue Jackets have won 10 out of their last 13 as the top line of Anderson, Artemi Panarin and Pierre-Luc Dubois continued to generate much of the offense as other usually reliable players have struggled. Panarin — who had five assists in the 5-3 win at New Jersey on Friday night — and Dubois each earned helpers on Anderson’s goal.
Those latter points could give the Dolphins reason to pause when addressing their quarterback depth chart next spring.