The Bills suddenly are reeling after consecutive lopsided losses.
A rested Ravens defense will test Green Bay’s newfound confidence in Brett Hundley.
Kelce: Chiefs have to man up: The Chiefs have now lost four of five and look a shadow of the team that crushed the Patriots on opening night. “We have to man up,” tight end Travis Kelce said in his assessment of the game. “Nobody is pointing fingers, but guys have to get called out and be more accountable, and that starts with myself.” Kansas City’s lead in the AFC West is just two games, and fingers will be pointed if that slips away.
Zach talks to Jeff Van Gundy about the Wolves defense, the Thunder’s struggles, the Clippers collapse, and strange starts across the Western Conference.
Westbrook and Paul George have tried it a couple of times this season. It hasn’t worked yet.
After being traded to the Oklahoma City Thunder this offseason, George spent time watching tape of Durant and Westbrook playing together, trying to get a feel for where Westbrook could set him up best, or how he should move without the ball.
Certainly, the Lakers’ defense looked as if it were already on break. The Lakers watched Antonio Blakeney explode for 15 points in eight minutes and throw down a vicious one-handed dunk on Julius Randle. Denzel Valentine (17 points) also made his first four shots, including three 3-pointers.
Kyle Kuzma kept the Lakers within reach by scoring 18 of his 22 points in the first half. But a cast of Lakers came to life after halftime.