By Rob Mason, PSO President of Sports Operations
Sep 09, 2019

‘The Best in Sports’ is a daily PSO original series showcasing the best highlights, facts, and stories going on in the land of the NFL, NBA, & MLB every day. Get a recap on EVERYTHING that happened yesterdayΒ here.Β 

Here is the best from September 8, 2019:

There were over 20 must-see top highlights from Week 1. Check them all out here. Vernon Davis’ clean hurdle TD deserves the Play of the Day slot.

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Lamar Jackson silenced the critics with his phenomenal season debut that ended in the 1st perfect passer rating by a Ravens QB, and led to records galore for Baltimore’s offense.

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Pitchers aren’t supposed to be pinch-hitting in clutch situations. Most pitchers aren’t Michael Lorenzen.

Reds teammate Eugenio Suarez has 10 HRs over his last 14 games and is now making the legendary HR race of 2019 even more special.

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The Houston Astros absolutely embarrassed Seattle on Sunday with many records to show for it.

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Kyler Murray was noticeably shook in the 1st half of his NFL debut, but after he settled in during the 2nd half, the world could see the lofty potential last year’s Heisman winner possesses.

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While some skeptics believed Mahomes would take a step back in 2019, if week 1 was any indication, he might make another run at a 2nd MVP award. The Back-to-Back campaign has officially started.


After Hill suffered a shoulder injury, Sammy Watkins stepped up for a career day.


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If the Patriots looked this dominant against a pretty solid team in Pittsburgh, how are they going to look when they add one of the best WRs in the NFL?

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Aaron Judge hit the 267th HR of the season for New York, surpassing their MLB record from last year. If it wasn’t for Minnesota’s record-breaking season in 2019, the Yankees would have broken the MLB record in consecutive years. Amazing.

The series victory over Boston might’ve been the last straw for the Red Sox management to part ways with President Dave Dombrowski.

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In a battle of NFC East teams in Week 1, it became clear who the top dogs in the division are. The same contenders that could be competing for a Super Bowl birth come January. This will be a battle to watch all season long.

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A highlight you don’t see everyday.

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  • NBA.com: Season Preview for Memphis Grizzlies

  • NFL/Twitter: Le’Veon Bell Sits Down w/ Steve Smith Sr.

  • MLB.com: Most Unluckiest Hitters in 2019

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Indianapolis Colts vs. Los Angeles Chargers

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Record breaking day for Baltimore.

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