Happy Monday, everyone. I’m your host Frankie Kennedy, and as much as I love hosting, I’m a little sad, because that means Eila gets to do Sports today!
Don’t worry, Frankie, I’m taking the snaps today, but you’re still QB1.
Aww, you’re sweet. In that case, I won’t sack you!
Well, now that we’ve proven we can BOTH talk the talk, let’s get to week 4 in the NFL. The Patriots continued to win with it’s defense, going 4-and-0 after edging out the Bills, 16-10. Key to the victory was FOUR Buffalo turnovers, including a key interception in the final two minutes! Meanwhile, fans of offense had to love the Buccaneers-Rams game. The Bucs on the road managed a franchise record FIFTY-FIVE POINTS, enough to beat the Rams’ measly FORTY points!
Meanwhile, the Chiefs managed to stay undefeated… but the Lions DEFINITELY made them work for it. In fact, it took a rushing touchdown with TWENTY SECONDS left on the clock to give KC the 34-30 edge. As for the Giants, they found the best way to win two in a row is a matchup with the woeful, winless Redskins. In a game that was never really in doubt, rookie QB Daniel Jones got it done, and New York won 24-to-3.
Christian Coleman is the Fastest Man on Earth. He took gold in the hundred-meter final at the World Athletics Championships in Doha this weekend… and since it took barely any time at all, why don’t I just show it you?! His final time of 9-point-7-6 seconds makes him the one to watch at the 2020 Games. That said, FIVE people managed times of under ten seconds, so it should literally and figuratively be a race to the finish!
The New York Mets are done for the year, but rookie first baseman Pete Alonso has put himself in the record books. The player affectionately known as Polar Bear set a new benchmark by hitting FIFTY-THREE HOME RUNS in his rookie season! That dinger pulled him out of a tie with Yankees outfielder Aaron Judge, who managed 52 homers in his rookie season back in 2017.
Errol Spence Jr. had to dig deep in his welterweight title fight against Shawn Porter, but in the end, he earned a split decision victory. And with that, he added the WBC title to the IBF belt he already had. The pace was high, and Porter’s unorthodox style provoked many fierce exchanges… but Spence was more accurate and also managed a knockdown in the 11th. The unified champ said after the fight that he wants to take on Manny Pacquiao next… and we are very into that idea! With your Naked News Sports Report, I’m Eila Adams.
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