The Saints, favored by 13.5 points at home, were steamrolled by the Falcons. It was the biggest upset on the books this season.
The Heat suspended Dion Waiters 10 games, starting Friday, for "conduct detrimental to the team."
Patrick Mahomes' return to the lineup wasn't enough to prevent the Kansas City Chiefs from losing for the fourth time in their past six games.
New Orleans lost. Kansas City lost. And Cleveland won? Here's what to know from a crazy Week 10 in the NFL.
Cleveland was having another terrible game in the red zone -- on both sides of the ball. Then the offense finally got a touchdown when it needed it.
Embattled QB Sam Darnold made enough big plays to save Gase from another week of intense scrutiny.
Atlanta, which entered the week with seven sacks, gets six as it springs a huge upset over the Saints.
Novak Djokovic is fighting at the ATP Finals to retake No. 1 while continuing to advocate for players as president of the ATP Player Council.
UFC light heavyweight champion Jon Jones has a next challenger in mind, and it's unbeaten Dominick Reyes. They're already doing battle online.
While VAR controversy was present again, Liverpool's quality and ruthlessness were the biggest takeaways from the Reds' 3-1 win over City.
After Chiefs RB Damien Williams fumbled, Evans picked it up and raced untouched to give the Titans the lead.
Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson on Sunday became the second player in NFL history to produce a perfect passer rating (158.3) in multiple games in a single season.
Zachary Winston, a younger brother of Michigan State's Cassius Winston, died Saturday after being struck by a train. He was a player at Albion College.
Jackson showed his speed and athleticism, reaching 18.59 miles per hour on the longest run of his career.
On fourth-and-5, Fitzgerald tipped the ball before securing it along the sideline.
FunPlus Phoenix became the first team to win a world title in their worlds debut since SK Telecom T1 in 2013.
Liverpool jumped on chasers Man City early on thanks to goals from Fabinho and Mohamed Salah and never looked back in a statement 3-1 win.
Antonio Brown is not expected to play in the NFL again this season, league sources told ESPN, barring a significant turn of events.