2020: Los Angeles Lakers SF LeBron James set the all-time record for most All-NBA team appearances (16) in history, breaking a tie with Kobe BryantKareem Abdul-Jabbar, and Tim Duncan (15). LeBron continues to extend the record to unprecedented heights

2019: Pittsburgh Steelers acquired S Minkah Fitzpatrick from the Miami Dolphins for a 2020 1st Rd Pick after QB Ben Roethlisberger was ruled out for the year, needing elbow surgery

2018: Kansas City Chiefs QB Patrick Mahomes torched the Pittsburgh Steelers for 6 TDs in his 3rd career start, breaking the record for most PASS TD (10) through a season’s 1st 2 weeks among any QB in NFL history

2012: Houston Texans RB Arian Foster broke the record for the most career RUSH YDS (3,195) in franchise history en route to a career season of 351 RUSH/1,424 RUSH YDS/15 RUSH TD. Foster played 7 seasons with the Texans and recorded 6,472 RUSH YDS which still stands as the franchise record today

2007: Cincinnati Bengals WR Chad Johnson broke Isaac Curtis‘ record for the most career REC YDS (7,101) in franchise history with a 209 REC YD/2 TD performance en route to a career-high 1,440 REC YDS that season. Johnson recorded 10,783 REC YDS for the Bengals which still stands as the franchise record today

2007: Chicago White Sox DH Jim Thome became the only player to hit a walk-off HR as his 500th career HR in MLB history to cap off Chicago’s victory over the Angels

2006: Washington Nationals 2B Alfonso Soriano became the 1st player to record a 40 HR-40 SB season in the 21st century and 4th player in MLB history, joining 1988 Jose Conseco, 1996 Barry Bonds, & 2006 Alex Rodriguez

1990: San Francisco 49ers QB Joe Montana surpassed John Brodie for the most career PASS YDS (31,548) in franchise history. Montana recorded a career-high 3,944 PASS YDS during 1990 and finished his 49ers career with 35,124 which still stands as the franchise record today

1979: Chicago Bears RB Walter Payton surpassed Rick Casares for the most career RUSH YDS (5,657) in franchise history. Payton played his entire 13-year career with the Bears and recorded 16,726 RUSH YDS which still stands as the franchise record today

1973: Buffalo Bills RB OJ Simpson set a single-game NFL record at the time with 250 rushing yards and 2 TDs in a 31-13 victory over the New England Patriots. Simpson’s 250 RUSH YDS are now the 6th most in NFL history

1950: The Cleveland Browns, formerly of the All-America Football Conference (AAFC), played their 1st NFL game and defeated the Philadelphia Eagles 35-10

1924: St. Louis Cardinals 1B Jim Bottomley set the MLB record for most RBI’s in a single game when he went 6-6 with 12 RBIs during a 17-3 victory against the Brooklyn Robins. Fellow Cardinal Mark Whiten tied it in 1993 but nobody has tied or surpassed it since

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