October 16, 2022 was highlighted by the Bills asserting their AFC dominance by defeating KC on a GW-TD to Dawson Knox after Josh Allen’s hurdle on the game-winning drive. The Yankees forced a Game 5 behind Gerrit Cole, despite Josh Naylor’s “rock the baby” celebration. Cooper Rush’s run as the Cowboys QB1 likely ended with a big loss to the undefeated Eagles while the Colts and Bengals both celebrated game-winning TDs in Week 6. Myles Garrett claimed Cleveland’s all-time career Sacks record plus the Jets upset Aaron Rodgers in Green Bay.

The Grizzlies locked down part of their young core by signing Brandon Clarke to a 4y/52M extension. Marcus Mariota had a historic game in the Falcons destruction of the Nick Bosa-less 49ers while the Rams won, but at a huge cost, as LT Joseph Noteboom suffered a torn Achilles in the Rams’ victory over CAR with Robbie Anderson getting kicked out mid-game by his own team. The Dolphins missed Tua as they lost to MIN, while Pittsburgh shocked Tampa Bay despite a depleted defense, and Baltimore lost to NYG on a strip-sack by Kayvon Thibadeaux. 

See what happened in sports on this day in recent years:

– October 16, 2021: Austin Riley‘s walk-off in NLCS Game 1, Boston’s 2 Grand Slams in ALCS Game 2, and more!

– October 16, 2020: The Dodgers forced a NLCS Game 6, the Astros won 3 in a row to clinch a Game 7, and more!

– October 16, 2019: Darren Waller‘s extension, LBJ‘s no-look pass, Joe Maddon named LAA’s manager, and more!

WHAT HAPPENED IN SPORTS OVERVIEWThese posts showcase everything you need to see in pro sports all in one place EVERY DAY. This includes real headlines only (no clickbait rumors), all of the best highlights, interesting facts & records from around the NFL, NBA, & MLB, the main games to watch, notable birthdays, and a quick recap of significant events on this day in sports history.

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BUF-KC DOWN TO THE WIRE

 

YANKS FORCE A GAME 5

 

WHAT A CATCH BY BROWN

 

COLTS CLUTCH GW VS. JAX

 

BURROW/CHASE BACK IN NO

 

4TH & 5 CONVERSION TD

 

SAUCE ISLAND IN NEW YORK

 

DALVIN COOKED MIAMI

 

WILD INTERCEPTION IN MIA

 

GAME-SEALING STRIP SACK

 

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NBA: SF Aaron Nesmith, Indiana Pacers (turns 23)

NFL: CB Brandin Echols, New York Jets (25)

NFL: DT Christian Covington, Los Angeles Chargers (29)

MLB: OF Bryce Harper, Philadelphia Phillies (30)

MLB: 2B Jonathan Schoop, Detroit Tigers (31)

2016: Carolina Panthers QB Cam Newton passed Jake Delhomme for the most career PASS YDS (19,258) in franchise history. Newton extended his record to 29,725 which still stands as the franchise record today

2014: San Francisco Giants OF Travis Ishikawa launched a 3-run walk-off HR in NLCS Game 5 to win the NL pennant, clinching San Francisco’s 3rd World Series appearance over the last 5 years where they won all 3

2005: Chicago White Sox defeated the Los Angeles Angels in the ALCS to advance to their 1st World Series since 1959 as they would win their 1st Championship since 1917 thanks to their SP recording 4 consecutive Complete Games

2003: New York Yankees 3B Aaron Boone hit a legendary walk-off HR in ALCS Game 7 off of Boston Red Sox RP Tim Wakefield to clinch New York’s 6th AL pennant in 8 years. The Yankees lost to the Marlins in 1 of the biggest World Series upsets ever

1994: Buffalo Bills QB Jim Kelly broke Joe Ferguson‘s record for the most career PASS YDS (27,590) in franchise history. Kelly retired leading the Bills franchise in all-time PASS TD (237) & PASS YDS (35,467)

1988: Los Angeles Dodgers SP Orel Hershiser became the 1st to pitch a Playoff (NLCS) and World Series shutout during the same postseason in MLB history with a 3-hit SHO (had 3 Hits of his own) in a WS Game 2 victory over the Oakland Athletics

1970: Portland Trail Blazers defeated a fellow expansion franchise in their NBA debut for their very 1st victory, the Cleveland Cavaliers

1962: Appearing in their 12th of the last 14 World Series, New York Yankees SP Ralph Terry pitched a 1-0 shutout against the San Francisco Giants in Game 7 to win the franchise’s 20th championship in 40 years

1960: The National League admitted 2 new franchises in Houston (Astros) and New York (Mets)

1921: During a victory over the Chicago Cardinals, Jim Conzelman took over as HC for the Rock Island Independents in place of Frank Coughlin — the only time in NFL history a coaching change has been made mid-game

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