Texans Fire O'Brian, Chiefs Now 4-0 With Win Over Pats, Falcons Now 0-4 With Loss To Packers, Yanks/Astros Win Game 1 Of ALDS
BarnBurner Sports Writer
Tuesday, October 6, 2020
After an 0-4 start to the season, the Houston Texans fired their head coach and general manager Bill O'Brian.
There were two games played on Monday night with the rescheduled Patriots-Chiefs matchup postponed due to Coronavirus concerns. The Pats suffered without starting quarterback Cam Newton (who had tested positive for COVID-19), and the Chiefs came away with a 26-10 win. Kansas City is now the first team in NFL history to start 4-0 in four straight seasons.
In the Falcons-Packers matchup, Green Bay's quarterback Aaron Rodgers did not disappoint, and with his four touchdowns, led to the team to a 30-16 victory. The Falcons are now 0-4.
The American League Division series began this weekend with the NY Yankees taking Game 1 from the Tampa Bay Rays. The game got very exciting in the ninth inning when the Yankees Giancarlo Stanton hit a grand slam putting NY up 9-3.
The Houston Astros managed a 10-5 win over the Oakland A's despite trailing at many points in the game.