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Sam Bradford threw two touchdown passes and the Rams' defense sacked Kevin Kolb nine times, as St. Louis beat the Arizona Cardinals, 17-3, on Thursday night. Ahead 10-3 after three quarters, St. Louis (3-2) pulled away to a 14-point lead when Bradford connected with Chris Givens on a 51-yard touchdown pass with 11:49 to play. Arizona (4-1) had two fourth quarter drives stall inside the Rams' 20-yard line with less than 6 minutes remaining.
American League Report: Orioles, Yankees and Rangers All Clinch; Tigers Lead White Sox by 3 Games
The Baltimore Orioles (92-67) completed a three-game sweep of the Boston Red Sox on Sunday with a 6-3 win at Camden Yards. The victory allowed Baltimore to remain tied atop the American League East with the New York Yankees (92-67), who rallied to defeat the Toronto Blue Jays, 9-6.
Lawrence Tynes missed a 54-yard field goal with just 15 seconds remaining, and the Philadelphia Eagles beat the New York Giants, 19-17, in Philadelphia on Sunday night. Trailing 17-16, quarterback Michael Vick and running back LeSean McCoy guided the Eagles into position for Alex Henery's go-ahead, 26-yard field goal with 1:49 left to play. New York (2-2) has now lost eight of its last nine meetings with Philadelphia (3-1).
Best Known For: Bryant Gumbel is a television journalist who served as a host for NBC Sports programming from 1975 to 1982, before co-hosting the 'Today' show for 15 years. Since 1995, Gumbel has hosted the Emmy-winning sports program 'Real Sports with Bryant Gumbel.'
Eli Manning passed for 288 yards and a touchdown, as the New York Giants routed the Carolina Panthers, 36-7, on Thursday night in Charlotte. Running back Andre Brown added a career-high 113 rushing yards and two touchdowns for New York (2-1) in his first NFL start in place of the injured Ahmad Bradshaw.
Two battles between unbeaten teams and a rematch of last season's AFC title game highlight the Week 3 NFL schedule. Here's a preview of all of the week's action:
Thursday, Sept. 20
NY Giants at Carolina Panthers — 8:20 p.m.
Bank of America Stadium, Charlotte, NC
After rallying to a win behind Eli Manning's 510 passing yards, the Giants (1-1) face a short week of preparation for Carolina (1-1) and their versatile quarterback, Cam Newton. Expect New York to pressure Newton and respect the Panthers' solid running attack. Though Giants receiver Hakeem Nicks was ailing after last Sunday's win, he should be in uniform on Thursday. New York running back Ahmad Bradshaw is less likely to play.
Matt Ryan passed for 219 yards and two touchdowns, as the Atlanta Falcons took advantage of three first-quarter interceptions by Peyton Manning to beat the Denver Broncos, 27-21, in the Georgia Dome on Monday night.
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