Tickets will be sold exclusively on the Ticketmaster Mexico website, which will operate from 9:00 AM to 11:00 PM daily including Saturday and Sunday. No tickets will be available by phone, in Ticketmaster centers nor in Estadio Azteca.
On August 15 there will be a pre-sale for customers of Grupo Financiero Banorte, and from August 16 tickets will be available to the general public starting with those fans that pre-registered on Mexico, as was the case for last game.
The idea for this piece began as a rebuttal to the igniting rocket that had been Mike Gillislee’s rising ADP. Since then, a balky hamstring has kept Gillislee off the field and short-circuited his ascent. Nonetheless, it seemed like a good idea to take a deeper look at one of fantasy football’s most enigmatic running back corps.
For the past few seasons, I’ve been fond of saying that opportunity is the lifeblood of fantasy success. I’ve also repeatedly reminded everyone that Bill Belichick hates your fantasy team. While those are two opposing statements, there is some clarity to be found in the space between … and it’s often as simple as seeing who sits atop the depth chart.
I love Sutton’s versatility. We saw him play corner, nickel and safety at the Senior Bowl. Bill Belichick asks his players to play a lot of different roles, and their roles might change on a weekly basis. Sutton has the ability to fulfill those duties.
Kpassagnon is a physical specimen. He’s a tall, muscled-up athlete. He’s raw, but once he figures things out, he could be a dominant defensive lineman.
New England football fans have it pretty good right now: They’re getting ready to hang up a fifth Super Bowl championship banner and their star receiver is making it his mission to provide reviews of every pizza place in New England.
In the first webisode of One Nibble with Julian Edelman — a spinoff of Barstool Sports’ own pizza review series — the Pats veteran teams up with celebrity chef Guy Fieri to review pizza from Papa Gino’s.
As you can see from the headline, Week 2 brings us a rather familiar face. Don’t click away, though. This week’s Brady performance is worth your time. Plus, we have two other very worthy nominees, including a new face of the Titans’ backfield. Another reason for you to hang around: Road redemption for a kicker! Yep, that’s right — it only took two weeks for us to give a nod to a good boot.
Week 2 felt like a rough one for the road squads, but after tallying the records, a 6-9 finish isn’t so bad. One of those wins for the squads away from home was Arizona’s uninspiring victory, but another — Washington’s comeback dub over the Rams — was quite thrilling. Plus, the Dolphins moved to 1-0 in the Jay Cutler era. Perhaps they stayed at a Southern California Courtyard by Marriott.
If the quarterback position wasn’t the most uniquely important in all of professional sports, White would have been the runaway choice as MVP. The shifty scatback authored the most brilliant performance of his career on the game’s brightest stage, hauling in a Super Bowl-record 14 receptions for 110 yards while adding three touchdowns and a clutch two-point conversion. From Kevin Faulk to Danny Woodhead to Shane Vereen and, now, to White, no quarterback utilizes pass-catching “satellite” backs to greater effect than Brady.
Nine years later, the Patriots extracted a decent payback for David Tyree’s miraculous “Helmet Catch,” instrumental in the Giants’ Super Bowl XLII upset. Facing an eight-point deficit with 3:30 remaining in the fourth quarter, Brady unfurled an ill-advised pass over the middle into double coverage. Although the ball was tipped by Robert Alford as two other defenders arrived, the cornerback’s leg prevented it from falling incomplete. Julian Edelman plucked the ball off of Alford’s ankle, bobbled it for a second and somehow hung on without allowing it to hit the turf. Edelman’s “Ankle Catch” is New England’s answer to the circus-catch antics of Tyree and Seahawks wideout Jermaine Kearse.