Week 11 of the NFL season began with a tightly contested fight for the NFC West, and this weekend brings plenty more intrigue with a starter who could stir things up, a couple of streaks on the line and a Sunday night revenge game.

Here are some of the storylines we’re watching this weekend:

Titans @ Ravens: Don’t call it revenge, call it a rebound
The last time these two teams met, things ended in heartbreak for the 14-2 Baltimore Ravens as the Tennessee Titans pulled off a massive upset in the 2019 AFC divisional playoffs with a 28-12 victory.

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MILAN — Italian auto racing champion-turned-Paralympic gold medallist Alex Zanardi was transferred to a hospital in Padua on Saturday to continue his recovery, more than five months after he was seriously injured in a handbike crash.

Zanardi underwent several surgeries at hospitals in Siena and later in Milan to stabilize him and reconstruct his severely damaged face after crashing into an oncoming truck during a relay event near the Tuscan town of Pienza on June 19.

“The patient has reached a generally stable physical and neurological condition that permitted his transfer to another hospital equipped with all the necessary clinical … Read More

The Oklahoma City Thunder have agreed in principle to trade centre Steven Adams to the New Orleans Pelicans in exchange for picks as part of a multi-team trade, according to ESPN’s Adrian Wojnarowski.

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FOXBOROUGH, Mass. — The Montreal Impact saw a difficult season end with a last-minute 2-1 loss to the New England Revolution Friday.

The two clubs opened the Major League Soccer playoffs in Foxborough, Mass., marking the first time since 2016 that Montreal has seen action in the post-season.

Revolution striker Gustavo Bou delivered a dagger in the fifth minute of injury time to capture the victory.

His teammate Carles Gil struck first with a goal in the 38th minute, sending a low shot skipping across the grass past diving Montreal ‘keeper Clement Diop.

Romell Quioto evened the score with a

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CHARLOTTE, N.C. — NASCAR will have another new team in 2021 — bringing the total to three new ownership groups in the Cup Series — with the formation of Live Fast Motorsports.

The team formally announced Friday is owned by drivers Matt Tifft and B.J. McLeod.

McLeod will drive the No. 78 Ford next season. Tifft’s one season as a Cup Series driver ended late in 2019 when he suffered a seizure at Martinsville Speedway. He’s not raced since.

At 24, Tifft becomes the youngest owner in the series. The Live Fast entry joins 23XI Racing, owned by Denny Hamlin

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Deiveson Figueiredo will be defending his flyweight title for the first time when he takes on Alex Perez at UFC 255 as a -285 favourite on the UFC odds at sportsbooks monitored by OddsShark.com.

The “God of War” claimed the vacant UFC flyweight championship in his last outing, finishing Joseph Benavidez by submission in the opening round of their clash at UFC Fight Island 2, and lifting his professional MMA record to a sparkling 19-1 going into Saturday night’s bout at UFC APEX in Las Vegas.

Figueiredo’s victory over

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