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Hamilton quickest in practice at US Grand Prix

McLaren driver Fernando Alonso, of Spain, sits in his car during the second practice session for the Formula One U.S. Grand Prix auto race at the Circuit of the Americas, Friday, Oct. 20, 2017, in Austin, Texas. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)

Hamilton quickest in practice at US Grand Prix

Ferrari driver Kimi Raikkonen, of Finland, drives his car during the first practice session for the Formula One U.S. Grand Prix auto race at the Circuit of the Americas, Friday, Oct. 20, 2017, in Austin, Texas. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings)

Hamilton quickest in practice at US Grand Prix

Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton, of Britain, pulls out of his garage during the second practice session for the Formula One U.S. Grand Prix auto race at the Circuit of the Americas, Friday, Oct. 20, 2017, in Austin, Texas. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)

Hamilton quickest in practice at US Grand Prix

Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton, of Britain, drives his car during the first practice session for the Formula One U.S. Grand Prix auto race at the Circuit of the Americas, Friday, Oct. 20, 2017, in Austin, Texas. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

Hamilton quickest in practice at US Grand Prix

Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel, of Germany, drives his car during the first practice session for the Formula One U.S. Grand Prix auto race at the Circuit of the Americas, Friday, Oct. 20, 2017, in Austin, Texas. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings)

Hamilton quickest in practice at US Grand Prix

Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton, of Britain, drives his car during the first practice session for the Formula One U.S. Grand Prix auto race at the Circuit of the Americas, Friday, Oct. 20, 2017, in Austin, Texas. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings)

Hamilton quickest in practice at US Grand Prix

Renault driver driver Carlos Sainz Jr., of Spain, drives his car during the first practice session for the Formula One U.S. Grand Prix auto race at the Circuit of the Americas, Friday, Oct. 20, 2017, in Austin, Texas. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings)

Hamilton quickest in practice at US Grand Prix

Red Bull driver Max Verstappen of the Netherlands, drives his car during the first practice session for the Formula One U.S. Grand Prix auto race at the Circuit of the Americas, Friday, Oct. 20, 2017, in Austin, Texas. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings)

Hamilton quickest in practice at US Grand Prix

Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton, of Britain, sits in his car during the first practice session for the Formula One U.S. Grand Prix auto race at the Circuit of the Americas, Friday, Oct. 20, 2017, in Austin, Texas. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)

Hamilton quickest in practice at US Grand Prix

Haas driver Kevin Magnussen, of Denmark, drives his car during the first practice session for the Formula One U.S. Grand Prix auto race at the Circuit of the Americas, Friday, Oct. 20, 2017, in Austin, Texas. (AP Photo/Darron Cummings)

Hamilton quickest in practice at US Grand Prix

Fans watch as Mercedes driver Valtteri Bottas, of Finland, drives by during the second practice session for the Formula One U.S. Grand Prix auto race at the Circuit of the Americas, Friday, Oct. 20, 2017, in Austin, Texas. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

Hamilton quickest in practice at US Grand Prix

Ferrari driver Sebastian Vettel, of Germany, prepares to drive during the second practice session for the Formula One U.S. Grand Prix auto race at the Circuit of the Americas, Friday, Oct. 20, 2017, in Austin, Texas. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)

Hamilton quickest in practice at US Grand Prix

Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton, of Britain, drives his car during the first practice session for the Formula One U.S. Grand Prix auto race at the Circuit of the Americas, Friday, Oct. 20, 2017, in Austin, Texas. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

Hamilton quickest in practice at US Grand Prix

Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton, of Britain, drives during the second practice session for the Formula One U.S. Grand Prix auto race at the Circuit of the Americas, Friday, Oct. 20, 2017, in Austin, Texas. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

Hamilton quickest in practice at US Grand Prix

Mercedes driver Valtteri Bottas, of Finland, waits in his garage during the second practice session for the Formula One U.S. Grand Prix auto race at the Circuit of the Americas, Friday, Oct. 20, 2017, in Austin, Texas. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez)

Hamilton quickest in practice at US Grand Prix

Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton, of Britain, drives his car during the first practice session for the Formula One U.S. Grand Prix auto race at the Circuit of the Americas, Friday, Oct. 20, 2017, in Austin, Texas. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

Hamilton quickest in practice at US Grand Prix

Mercedes driver Lewis Hamilton, of Britain, drives his car during the first practice session for the Formula One U.S. Grand Prix auto race at the Circuit of the Americas, Friday, Oct. 20, 2017, in Austin, Texas. (AP Photo/Eric Gay)

Matchup of overachieving rivals when Jets visit Dolphins

FILE - In this Oct. 15, 2017, file photo, New York Jets defensive end Muhammad Wilkerson (96), Leonard Williams (92) and Demario Davis (56) react during the second half of an NFL football game against the New England Patriots, in East Rutherford, N.J. The Jets and Dolphins face off on Sunday in Miami Gardens, Fla. (AP Photo/Bill Kostroun, File)

Matchup of overachieving rivals when Jets visit Dolphins

FILE - In this Oct. 9, 2017, file photo, Miami Dolphins head coach Adam Gase talks to reporters during a news conference, in Davie, Fla. The Dolphins rank last in the NFL in half a dozen major offensive categories and have been outgained by 363 yards this season, yet because they keep winning close games, only three teams in the AFC have a better record. The Dolphins take on the New York Jets on Sunday. (AP Photo/Alan Diaz)

William Perry Becomes First 300+ Pound Player to Score Rushing TD | This Day in NFL History

October 21, 1985: At 335 pounds, Bears defensive lineman William Perry scores the first rushing touchdown by a 300+ pound player in NFL history.

William Perry Becomes First 300+ Pound Player to Score Rushing TD | This Day in NFL History

October 21, 1985: At 335 pounds, Bears defensive lineman William Perry scores the first rushing touchdown by a 300+ pound player in NFL history.

William Perry Becomes First 300+ Pound Player to Score Rushing TD | This Day in NFL History

October 21, 1985: At 335 pounds, Bears defensive lineman William Perry scores the first rushing touchdown by a 300+ pound player in NFL history.

William Perry Becomes First 300+ Pound Player to Score Rushing TD | This Day in NFL History

October 21, 1985: At 335 pounds, Bears defensive lineman William Perry scores the first rushing touchdown by a 300+ pound player in NFL history.

F1 Raceweek: Fourth straight Texas triumph could secure title for Hamilton

All eyes will be on Lewis Hamilton as the Mercedes man seeks a fourth Formula One world title at the United States Grand Prix.

Langer birdies 18th for share of lead in playoff opener

Bernhard Langer, of Germany, tees off on the second hole during the fourth round of the U.S. Senior Open golf tournament, Sunday, July 2, 2017, in Peabody, Mass. (AP Photo/Steven Senne)

Partidos, fixture y resultados de River en 2017

En la segunda parte del año, el Millonario disputará la fase final de la Copa Libertadores, la primera mitad del Campeonato local y la Copa Argentina.

Reports: Rockets think Chris Paul could be sidelined for up to a month

They may reach out to Jameer Nelson in the short term.

Reports: Rockets think Chris Paul could be sidelined for up to a month

They may reach out to Jameer Nelson in the short term.

Reports: Rockets think Chris Paul could be sidelined for up to a month

They may reach out to Jameer Nelson in the short term.

AmFoot - Packers place Rodgers on injured reserve

MINNEAPOLIS, MN - OCTOBER 15: Aaron Rodgers #12 of the Green Bay Packers clenches his right knee after being hit during the first quarter of the game against the Minnesota Vikings on October 15, 2017 at US Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Hannah Foslien/Getty Images/AFPMINNEAPOLIS, MN - OCTOBER 15: Aaron Rodgers #12 of the Green Bay Packers clenches his right knee after being hit during the first quarter of the game against the Minnesota Vikings on October 15, 2017 at US Bank Stadium in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Hannah Foslien/Getty Images/AFP (AFP Photo/Hannah Foslien)

West Ham 0 Brighton 3: Slaven Bilic on the brink after humiliating home defeat

Slaven Bilic wants to change the colour of the perimeter around the London Stadium pitch from green to claret - but there will be blood on the carpets after this one. This was as shocking as it gets for West Ham and for their manager as they slumped to a horrific defeat by an organised, resilient Brighton. It is the kind of performance and loss that can be defining, that can have significant repercussions and Bilic got the customary “sacked in the morning” chant from the gleeful Brighton supporters. "It's very hard for me to say anything clever now. I take full responsibility for it. I don't want to hide,” Bilic said with typical candour afterwards. "It is not a good situation and the board will do what they are going to do. It's their decision… I have to say sorry to the fans. It's not the first time. They deserve better than this.” He knows the score. His contract is up at the end of this season and even if he survives until then he can expect to go anyway. A change is inevitable at West Ham sooner or later. For Bilic this was even worse because it was a televised match on a Friday night and gave the terrible impression that he could not rouse a response from his players. They ran out of ideas. They never looked like scoring. It was supposed to be a showcase. It ended being a showing up. Slaven Bilic appeared helpless on the touchline as Brighton gave his West Ham side a thumping  Credit:  Action Images Goalkeeper Joe Hart was poor but he was not alone although it again raised questions as to why he was signed – or at least how he has failed to justify that expensive loan signing. Hart needs to worry about his own position - for club and country - while Bilic’s idea in changing the perimeter colour is to try to make the pitch appear more distinct for the players, and not so vast, but they shrunk here instead. In fact they went missing and not least record signing Marko Arnautovic who was simply appalling and was jeered when he was substituted while fans angrily streamed for the exits after Brighton’s third goal. This lifted Brighton into the top 10 – West Ham could come out of this weekend in the bottom three if results go against them – and it was their first top-flight victory in 34 matches away from home; their first, in fact, since March 1983. It was warranted. It was deserved. Glenn Murray (left) reels away after scoring his and Brighton & Hove Albion's first of the evening Credit:  REUTERS "I thought we were outstanding,” said Brighton manager Chris Hughton and as good as his team were, as organised and drilled with that rock-solid central defensive partnership of Lewis Dunk and Shane Duffy again proving a formidable barrier to build on, they were aided by their opponents. For each of the three goals – two claimed by 34-year-old veteran striker Glenn Murray – West Ham were at fault. There was no excuse for them. None at all. The first came from a free-kick flighted in by the impressive Pascal Gross which was met by Murray who simply guided his header past Hart. For some reason neither Pedro Obiang – who really was to blame - nor Michail Antonio, the two closest West Ham players, had tracked the forward and the visitors were in front. Winston Reid threw up his hands in disbelief. For the second, on the stroke of half-time, Hart blundered. He had done well to claw away Murray’s shot but Brighton attacked again with Jose Izquierdo, their record signing, cutting in from the left, easily beating Obiang and although Hart got a hand to his powerful shot he could not keep it out and it dropped into the net. West Ham 0 - 2 Brighton (José Izquierdo, 45 + 2 min) “We’re in a bit of a mess,” said West Ham’s former striker Trevor Morley, one of the guests, as he was introduced at the interval and no one was arguing with that. It became more of a mess. West Ham dominated possession but nothing, absolutely nothing happened for them and all their big signings went missing. Javier Hernandez was poor, Manuel Lanzini – who had a couple of half-chances and forced the only save from Brighton goalkeeper Mathew Ryan - struggled, Antonio appeared hampered by injury and Arnautovic was simply woeful. So Brighton scored again. They broke and once more Hart denied Murray, from close-range, but the danger did not pass and when Bruno crossed deep the striker took possession, moved inside to shoot where he was caught by Pablo Zabaleta's rash challenge. The spot-kick was drilled down the centre of the goal and the exodus of home fans truly began. "We need to look at ourselves in the mirror,” said West Ham defender Jose Fonte who also apologised to the supporters on behalf of the players. “We have an unbelievable squad and should not be in this position. We are West Ham and it's just not possible.” Unfortunately, horribly, it was all too possible last night.

West Ham 0 Brighton 3: Slaven Bilic on the brink after humiliating home defeat

Slaven Bilic wants to change the colour of the perimeter around the London Stadium pitch from green to claret - but there will be blood on the carpets after this one. This was as shocking as it gets for West Ham and for their manager as they slumped to a horrific defeat by an organised, resilient Brighton. It is the kind of performance and loss that can be defining, that can have significant repercussions and Bilic got the customary “sacked in the morning” chant from the gleeful Brighton supporters. "It's very hard for me to say anything clever now. I take full responsibility for it. I don't want to hide,” Bilic said with typical candour afterwards. "It is not a good situation and the board will do what they are going to do. It's their decision… I have to say sorry to the fans. It's not the first time. They deserve better than this.” He knows the score. His contract is up at the end of this season and even if he survives until then he can expect to go anyway. A change is inevitable at West Ham sooner or later. For Bilic this was even worse because it was a televised match on a Friday night and gave the terrible impression that he could not rouse a response from his players. They ran out of ideas. They never looked like scoring. It was supposed to be a showcase. It ended being a showing up. Slaven Bilic appeared helpless on the touchline as Brighton gave his West Ham side a thumping  Credit:  Action Images Goalkeeper Joe Hart was poor but he was not alone although it again raised questions as to why he was signed – or at least how he has failed to justify that expensive loan signing. Hart needs to worry about his own position - for club and country - while Bilic’s idea in changing the perimeter colour is to try to make the pitch appear more distinct for the players, and not so vast, but they shrunk here instead. In fact they went missing and not least record signing Marko Arnautovic who was simply appalling and was jeered when he was substituted while fans angrily streamed for the exits after Brighton’s third goal. This lifted Brighton into the top 10 – West Ham could come out of this weekend in the bottom three if results go against them – and it was their first top-flight victory in 34 matches away from home; their first, in fact, since March 1983. It was warranted. It was deserved. Glenn Murray (left) reels away after scoring his and Brighton & Hove Albion's first of the evening Credit:  REUTERS "I thought we were outstanding,” said Brighton manager Chris Hughton and as good as his team were, as organised and drilled with that rock-solid central defensive partnership of Lewis Dunk and Shane Duffy again proving a formidable barrier to build on, they were aided by their opponents. For each of the three goals – two claimed by 34-year-old veteran striker Glenn Murray – West Ham were at fault. There was no excuse for them. None at all. The first came from a free-kick flighted in by the impressive Pascal Gross which was met by Murray who simply guided his header past Hart. For some reason neither Pedro Obiang – who really was to blame - nor Michail Antonio, the two closest West Ham players, had tracked the forward and the visitors were in front. Winston Reid threw up his hands in disbelief. For the second, on the stroke of half-time, Hart blundered. He had done well to claw away Murray’s shot but Brighton attacked again with Jose Izquierdo, their record signing, cutting in from the left, easily beating Obiang and although Hart got a hand to his powerful shot he could not keep it out and it dropped into the net. West Ham 0 - 2 Brighton (José Izquierdo, 45 + 2 min) “We’re in a bit of a mess,” said West Ham’s former striker Trevor Morley, one of the guests, as he was introduced at the interval and no one was arguing with that. It became more of a mess. West Ham dominated possession but nothing, absolutely nothing happened for them and all their big signings went missing. Javier Hernandez was poor, Manuel Lanzini – who had a couple of half-chances and forced the only save from Brighton goalkeeper Mathew Ryan - struggled, Antonio appeared hampered by injury and Arnautovic was simply woeful. So Brighton scored again. They broke and once more Hart denied Murray, from close-range, but the danger did not pass and when Bruno crossed deep the striker took possession, moved inside to shoot where he was caught by Pablo Zabaleta's rash challenge. The spot-kick was drilled down the centre of the goal and the exodus of home fans truly began. "We need to look at ourselves in the mirror,” said West Ham defender Jose Fonte who also apologised to the supporters on behalf of the players. “We have an unbelievable squad and should not be in this position. We are West Ham and it's just not possible.” Unfortunately, horribly, it was all too possible last night.

West Ham 0 Brighton 3: Slaven Bilic on the brink after humiliating home defeat

Slaven Bilic wants to change the colour of the perimeter around the London Stadium pitch from green to claret - but there will be blood on the carpets after this one. This was as shocking as it gets for West Ham and for their manager as they slumped to a horrific defeat by an organised, resilient Brighton. It is the kind of performance and loss that can be defining, that can have significant repercussions and Bilic got the customary “sacked in the morning” chant from the gleeful Brighton supporters. "It's very hard for me to say anything clever now. I take full responsibility for it. I don't want to hide,” Bilic said with typical candour afterwards. "It is not a good situation and the board will do what they are going to do. It's their decision… I have to say sorry to the fans. It's not the first time. They deserve better than this.” He knows the score. His contract is up at the end of this season and even if he survives until then he can expect to go anyway. A change is inevitable at West Ham sooner or later. For Bilic this was even worse because it was a televised match on a Friday night and gave the terrible impression that he could not rouse a response from his players. They ran out of ideas. They never looked like scoring. It was supposed to be a showcase. It ended being a showing up. Slaven Bilic appeared helpless on the touchline as Brighton gave his West Ham side a thumping  Credit:  Action Images Goalkeeper Joe Hart was poor but he was not alone although it again raised questions as to why he was signed – or at least how he has failed to justify that expensive loan signing. Hart needs to worry about his own position - for club and country - while Bilic’s idea in changing the perimeter colour is to try to make the pitch appear more distinct for the players, and not so vast, but they shrunk here instead. In fact they went missing and not least record signing Marko Arnautovic who was simply appalling and was jeered when he was substituted while fans angrily streamed for the exits after Brighton’s third goal. This lifted Brighton into the top 10 – West Ham could come out of this weekend in the bottom three if results go against them – and it was their first top-flight victory in 34 matches away from home; their first, in fact, since March 1983. It was warranted. It was deserved. Glenn Murray (left) reels away after scoring his and Brighton & Hove Albion's first of the evening Credit:  REUTERS "I thought we were outstanding,” said Brighton manager Chris Hughton and as good as his team were, as organised and drilled with that rock-solid central defensive partnership of Lewis Dunk and Shane Duffy again proving a formidable barrier to build on, they were aided by their opponents. For each of the three goals – two claimed by 34-year-old veteran striker Glenn Murray – West Ham were at fault. There was no excuse for them. None at all. The first came from a free-kick flighted in by the impressive Pascal Gross which was met by Murray who simply guided his header past Hart. For some reason neither Pedro Obiang – who really was to blame - nor Michail Antonio, the two closest West Ham players, had tracked the forward and the visitors were in front. Winston Reid threw up his hands in disbelief. For the second, on the stroke of half-time, Hart blundered. He had done well to claw away Murray’s shot but Brighton attacked again with Jose Izquierdo, their record signing, cutting in from the left, easily beating Obiang and although Hart got a hand to his powerful shot he could not keep it out and it dropped into the net. West Ham 0 - 2 Brighton (José Izquierdo, 45 + 2 min) “We’re in a bit of a mess,” said West Ham’s former striker Trevor Morley, one of the guests, as he was introduced at the interval and no one was arguing with that. It became more of a mess. West Ham dominated possession but nothing, absolutely nothing happened for them and all their big signings went missing. Javier Hernandez was poor, Manuel Lanzini – who had a couple of half-chances and forced the only save from Brighton goalkeeper Mathew Ryan - struggled, Antonio appeared hampered by injury and Arnautovic was simply woeful. So Brighton scored again. They broke and once more Hart denied Murray, from close-range, but the danger did not pass and when Bruno crossed deep the striker took possession, moved inside to shoot where he was caught by Pablo Zabaleta's rash challenge. The spot-kick was drilled down the centre of the goal and the exodus of home fans truly began. "We need to look at ourselves in the mirror,” said West Ham defender Jose Fonte who also apologised to the supporters on behalf of the players. “We have an unbelievable squad and should not be in this position. We are West Ham and it's just not possible.” Unfortunately, horribly, it was all too possible last night.

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was hurt after taking a hit from Minnesota Vikings linebacker Anthony Barr during a game on October 15, 2017

Green Bay Packers quarterback Aaron Rodgers was hurt after taking a hit from Minnesota Vikings linebacker Anthony Barr during a game on October 15, 2017 (AFP Photo/Hannah Foslien)

PL Preview: Southampton vs. West Brom

It's a battle of mid-table sides as Southampton hosts West Bromwich Albion in a key Premier League match.

PL Preview: Southampton vs. West Brom

It's a battle of mid-table sides as Southampton hosts West Bromwich Albion in a key Premier League match.

PL Preview: Southampton vs. West Brom

It's a battle of mid-table sides as Southampton hosts West Bromwich Albion in a key Premier League match.

Formula One - Horner delighted with new Verstappen deal

MONTREAL, QC - JUNE 09: Red Bull Racing Team Principal Christian Horner talks with Max Verstappen of Netherlands and Red Bull Racing in the garage during practice for the Canadian Formula One Grand Prix at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve on June 9, 2017 in Montreal, Canada. Clive Mason/Getty Images/AFPMONTREAL, QC - JUNE 09: Red Bull Racing Team Principal Christian Horner talks with Max Verstappen of Netherlands and Red Bull Racing in the garage during practice for the Canadian Formula One Grand Prix at Circuit Gilles Villeneuve on June 9, 2017 in Montreal, Canada. Clive Mason/Getty Images/AFP (AFP Photo/CLIVE MASON)

PL Preview: Chelsea vs. Watford

It's another London Derby on tap as fourth-place Watford head south to face the defending champions Chelsea.