Both teams clinched playoff spots later when FC Dallas beat Inter Miami.
NYCFC (10-8-3) has won back-to-back games following a three-game winless streak.
The Steelers, Ravens and Browns are all playing like playoff teams out of the AFC North. SportsLine's Kenny White looks at Week 8 matchups in the division.
Shepard returned to the lineup with a bang in Week 7 instantly regaining his chemistry with quarterback Daniel Jones.
The Jets dropped to 0-7 for the first time since the 1996 team opened 0-8 en route to a 1-15 season.
Kyle Duncan scored in the 39th minute to put the Red Bulls (8-8-4) up 1-0.
NYCFC (9-8-3) snapped a three-game winless streak.
Chargers rookie Justin Herbert has had 23 or more fantasy points in three of his four starts thus far. Jamey Eisenberg expects that to continue this weekend.
The 49ers are coming off a solid win, while the Patriots are coming off an ugly loss. Both teams need a win to keep pace in tough divisions.
The Tide head to Knoxville to play the Volunteers this weekend, riding a long winning streak in the rivalry, one that Jones believes will continue.
The Eagles (2-4-1) and Giants (1-6) are right in the mix in the NFC East, led by Dallas (2-4).
The event starts on East 222nd Street at 11 a.m. Saturday.
CBS Denver's sports anchor likes what he sees from the Broncos of late, but not enough to pick them over the Chiefs.
The Bengals top running back was injured in Week 6 opening an opportunity for Bernard to step up and fill the top role in Week 7.
It's one of only two known original photos of the team to feature legendary Yankees Babe Ruth and Lou Gehrig together.
Ryan Fitzpatrick threw three touchdown passes and the Miami Dolphins held the winless New York Jets without a third-down conversion until the fourth quarter on their way to a 24-0 win Sunday.
New York (7-8-4), which has just one win in its last five games, outshot Orlando City 14-9 and had 58.8% possession.
Artur de Lima Junior and Pedro Santos scored and the Columbus Crew beat New York City FC 3-1 on Sunday night, snapping a four-game winless streak.
Joe Judge and the New York Giants have finally won, and they have rookie Tae Crowder and a risky gamble by Washington coach Ron Rivera for making them relevant again.
A new Showtime Sports documentary explores what life is really like at the border through the perspective of the only professional sports team to play in both the U.S. and Mexico.
The Alabama offense has been clicking on all cylinders thus far. They meet a 'Dawgs defense this week that could slow their roll.
The Vikings backup running back is likely to see more touches this week with Dalvin Cook dealing with an adductor strain.
Both the Browns and the Steelers come into this AFC North rivalry matchup with four wins and plenty of momentum.
While there are several teams off to an 0-5 start, the Jets may be the worst of them.
CBS Philly's sports anchor thinks the Ravens' line play on both sides of the ball will be too much for the Birds this week.
Clark, a 17-year-old who signed with the Red Bulls (7-8-3) early Saturday, also scored in the Red Bulls' 1-0 win over the Atlanta United on Saturday night.
NYCFC has just two losses in its last 12 games.
The winless Jets will be without starting quarterback Sam Darnold in Week 6.
In a statement released Tuesday night, general manager Joe Douglas said the team came to the decision after conversations with Bell and his agent and exploring potential trade options.
Anthony DeLucia custom paints cleats in all colors, designs and logos, and he got a break when pro-athlete New York Met Pete Alonso wore DeLucia's shoes at the All-Star Game.
The Eagles offense has been beset by injuries, giving Fulgham the opportunity to establish a rapport with Wentz.
Prescott was going down in the arms of defensive back Logan Ryan at the end of a 9-yard run in the third quarter when the Dallas quarterback's lower right leg got caught under Ryan.
Lee Nguyen had a goal and an assist to make New England history in the Revolution's 2-1 victory over New York City FC on Sunday at Yankee Stadium.
The Arizona Cardinals certainly came to the right place to get back on the winning track. Everybody wins at MetLife Stadium against New York's rotten apples.
Clark, a 17-year-old who signed with the Red Bulls earlier Saturday following a trade with Minnesota United, scored in the 47th minute.
The Rays won the AL Division Series 3-2 and will stay in San Diego to face the Houston Astros in the AL Championship Series starting Sunday night.
Players and coaches are tested every day. Sometimes they are false positives, like earlier this season when they reported 10 false positives on the Jets.
Friday marked a milestone in the march to deliver thousands of jobs and billions in economic activity to Nassau County.
Whitey Ford, the street-smart New Yorker who had the best winning percentage of any pitcher in the 20th century has died.
Despite the Cowboys' slow start, SportsLine analyst Kenny White believes Dallas is the best team in the NFC East with the best chance of winning the division.
The surprisingly solid Giants defense will look to slow a Cowboys passing game that leads the NFL in yards and completions.
The New York Yankees didn't flinch under the pressure of an elimination game and got the AL Division Series against Tampa Bay into the hands of ace Gerrit Cole for the decisive Game 5.
CBSSports.com's Jamey Eisenberg explains why he believes Texans QB Deshaun Watson is in for a big fantasy week despite the firing of head coach Bill O'Brien.
The daughter of the legendary Brooklyn Dodgers star is calling out the Trump campaign for an ad which features her father's image.
The Tampa Bay Rays are unanimous in their praise of Randy Arozarena, who is living up to his nickname, “The Cuban Rocket."
Ismael Tajouri-Shradi scored twice and New York City FC beat D.C. United 4-1 on Wednesday night in its return to Yankee Stadium for the first time in eight months.
Inter Miami (4-10-2) snapped a three-match losing streak. The Red Bulls (6-8-2) have lost two straight.
In Week 5 in the AFC North, the Steelers, Ravens and Browns all chase their fourth win in the NFL's most competitive division.
The Tampa Bay Rays hit four home runs and Tyler Glasnow recorded 10 strikeouts in a 7-5 victory over the Yankees In Game 2 of AL Division Series on Tuesday night.
The 6-foot-1 left wing becomes the first Canadian to go No. 1 since Connor McDavid was chosen by Edmonton in 2015.