After a week filled with off-the-field controversies, the NFL focused on football on Sunday. Upsets, injuries and amazing comebacks became the biggest storylines of Week 2. Here's a recap of this week's action:
Baseball might not be a contact sport but it's not without danger or injuries. Recently Giancarlo Stanton was at bat and took an eighty mile per hour fastball right to the face. Sure baseball might not be as dangerous as hockey and football but when your in the batter box or on the pitchers mound there's always a chance of getting hit.
Everything the Lawton Wolverines did right in their opening week 49-3 victory over the Selina, KS South Central Mustangs, went wrong early in their battle against the cross town MacArthur Highlanders Friday night.
NFL hall of famer and sports analyst Charles Barkley joined the list of prominent sports fgures chiming in on Adrian Peterson's child abuse arrest – this time, defending the Minnesota Vikings running back.
Minnesota Vikings star running back Adrian Peterson was indicted on charges of reckless or negligent injury to a child by a Montgomery County, Texas grand jury. The case stems from an incident where Peterson used a switch to discipline the child involved.
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