ATLANTA (AP) -- Xander Schauffele won the tournament. Justin Thomas won the $10 million. There was plenty of drama but no satisfaction. The PGA Tour must figure out a better way to end its season. This was roughly akin to the New York Giants winning the

ATLANTA (AP) — Xander Schauffele won the tournament. Justin Thomas won the $10 million.There was plenty of drama but no satisfaction.The PGA Tour must figure out a better way to end its season.This was roughly akin to the New York Giants winning the Super

Jake Elliott is building his resume in case he doesn't have a job with the Philadelphia Eagles in a couple of months. The rookie kicker filling in for injured veteran Caleb Sturgis kicked a 61-yarder as the clock expired to lift the Eagles to a 27-24 victory over the New York Giants on Sunday. When the reliable Sturgis comes off injured reserve, it could be a tough decision for coaches.

PHILADELPHIA -- Odell Beckham Jr.'s first touchdown of the season didn't come without a penalty for unsportsmanlike conduct. The New York Giants wide receiver caught a 10-yard pass early in the fourth quarter against the Philadelphia Eagles, dragging both feet in the end zone, and in his celebration, he appeared to walk like a dog and simulated a dog urinating on the field. "I'm a dog, so I acted like a dog. I don't know if the rulebook said you can't hike your leg. He said I peed on somebody, so I was trying to find the imaginary ghost that I peed on. But I didn't see him," Beckham told reporters following the Giants' 27-24 loss. "Either way it goes, you play football. I wear red and white.

PHILADELPHIA (AP) -- Jake Elliott ran over to coaches and begged for a chance to try the longest field goal in team history. They said yes - and he nailed it. Elliott kicked a 61-yarder as the clock expired to lift the Philadelphia Eagles to a 27-24 victory

Jake Elliott ran over to coaches and begged for a chance to try the longest field goal in team history. Elliott kicked a 61-yarder as the clock expired to lift the Philadelphia Eagles to a 27-24 victory over the New York Giants on Sunday. Carson Wentz tossed a 19-yard pass to Alshon Jeffery to set up Elliott's kick, the longest game-winner in NFL history for a rookie and a franchise record.

By James Oliphant and Valerie Volcovici SOMERSET, N.J.,/WASHINGTON (Reuters) - NFL teams staged a show of solidarity with protesting players before Sunday's games by kneeling, linking arms or staying off the field during the U.S. national anthem, defying President Donald Trump's call for owners to fire those who refuse to stand. Along the sidelines of National Football League games across the country and in London, coaches, support staff and even some owners joined team members in a silent response to Trump's weekend denunciation of players who kneel during the anthem as unpatriotic. In a gesture initiated last season by then-San Francisco 49ers quarterback Colin Kaepernick, several NFL players have routinely "taken one knee" during the playing of the anthem.

While fantasy owners wait to see if the week will yield a victory or loss, we take an early look ahead to some waiver wire adds to consider for Week 4. New York Giants receiver Sterling Shepard had a monster Week 3, converting 7 of 10 targets for 133 yards and a score. Eli Manning had eyes for Shepard in the red zone, targeting the second-year pass-catcher numerous times near the end zone.

Jake Elliott saved the day for the Philadelphia Eagles with a 61-yard field goal as time expired to beat the New York Giants, 27-24, in Week 3. Elliott, 22, was a fifth-round draft pick of the Cincinnati Bengals in April, but didn’t make the team’s final roster. Instead he got scooped up by the Eagles from the Bengals’ practice squad after Caleb Sturgis got injured. He made two extra points and two field goals in his debut with the team last week, but in his first game in Philadelphia, he came up huge with a game winner that barely snuck through the uprights. The 61-yard bomb was the longest in the 15-year history of Lincoln Financial Field and just three yards short of the NFL record of 64 yards.

Odell Beckham Jr. scored a pair of touchdowns in the Giants' 27-24 loss to the Eagles and celebrated the scores in very different ways. After an impressive toe-tap catch in the back of the end zone, Beckham Jr. drew a flag for pretending like he was

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