PGA Championship 2018

PGA Championship 2018 Live: After three exciting and amazing rounds at the 2018 PGA Championship, here awaits the final round 4 on Sunday at Bellerive. Several TV Channel around the world are covering US PGA Championship 2018  and some of them have streaming options, Detail watch info are given below.

Round two is scheduled to resume play at 8 a.m. ET on Saturday, with the third round getting underway 30 minutes after the conclusion of the second round. If the weather cooperates, the third round will begin at approximately 12:15 p.m. ET with groups of three going off both the No. 1 and 10 tees.

PGA Championship 2018 Live

Final Round, Day 4

Course: Bellerive Country Club

TV coverage: TNT, CBS, NBC

Online  live stream: 8 a.m. until end of round on (subscription required)

As things stand now, Gary Woodland sits alone atop the leaderboard at 10-under par. Woodland followed up an opening round 64 with a 4-under round of 66 on Friday, making four birdies and an eagle to get to 10-under. He currently holds a one-shot lead over Kevin Kisner, who birdied six of his first nine holes on Friday en route to a second-round 64, getting him to 9-under for the week.

Two-time U.S. Open champion Brooks Koepka is two shots back at 8-under after firing a bogey-free round of 63 on Friday. Dustin Johnson, the odds-on favorite coming into the week, opened with rounds of 67 and 66 to get to 7-under, three shots back of the lead. He’s joined at 7-under by Charl Schwartzel and Thomas Pieters.

Jordan Spieth opened with a 71 on Friday, but the three-time major winner made four birdies and no bogeys on Friday to get to 3-under through two rounds of play.

Of the players who have yet to complete the second round, Rickie Fowler has the lowest score at 7-under par. He was 2-under through 10 holes in the second round before play was suspended.

After opening the tournament with an even-par round of 70, Tiger Woods birdied three of his first five holes on Friday to get to 3-under, which is where he remains with 11 holes to play in his second round. Woods is playing in the same group as fellow PGA Championship winners Justin Thomas, the defending championship, and Rory McIlroy, who won in both 2012 and 2014. Thomas is currently at 2-under for the tournament, while McIlroy is at even par. Jason Day, the 2015 PGA Championship winner, is currently at 4-under with 10 holes to play.

With 74 players currently sitting at even par or better, the projected cut line is even par.

Here’s a look at the currently leaderboard at the 2018 PGA Championship, featuring scores for every player at even par or better along with some notable players who are currently below the projected cut line.

Tiger Woods made three birdies against two bogeys early Saturday morning to complete a second-round 66 at the PGA Championship. That moved Woods within six shots of leader Gary Woodland through 36 holes.

Woods was on fire to begin Round 2 on Friday. He went three under over the first seven holes before storms halted play for the day. Some wondered whether the interruption would halt Woods’s charge, and he tried to quiet those doubts right away Saturday morning.

At 7 a.m. CT, Woods made his first swing of what will be a long day at Bellerive. Woods laid up on the par-5 8th hole, then stuck his third shot just a few feet from the pin. He rolled that in to open with a birdie and move to four under for the tournament.

Cardinals vs Chargers

Cardinals vs Chargers Live: The Los Angeles Chargers meet the Arizona Cardinals on Saturday, Aug 11 in 2018 NFL preseason Week 1. Here’s all the info you need to watch the game.

The Arizona Cardinals and the LA Chargers are two teams that find themselves in very strange positions. On one hand, Arizona is in a period of changeover with the in-tune departure of Bruce Arians and Carson Palmer this off-season. In the meantime, Los Angeles has the makings of a team that could go on a run at a championship this season. As such, it’s a fun fight of condition in Week 1 of the 2018 NFL preseason.

Cardinals vs Chargers Live

Time and Date: Saturday, August, 11, 2018, 8:00pm
Venue: University of Phoenix Stadium
Glendale, Arizona
TV Channel: KPNX-TV, NBC
Live Stream: FUBO TV

And above all else, we know there’s no reason to see any of these things when the Chargers start their four-game preseason schedule against the Arizona Cardinals at 7 p.m. Saturday in Arizona.

Anthony Lynn and the rest of the Chargers coaches know what their stars can do, too, and they’re just as uninterested in seeing them on the field Saturday.

The reason to watch preseason games — outside of nervously pacing until your favorite players have safely exited the field — is to look at the edges of the roster for players who could contribute in the future.

Last year, running back Austin Ekeler broke out in games three and four of the preseason, playing his way onto the roster and eventually becoming a key part of the offense.

This year, the Chargers have other candidates who could end up being impact players. Here are some to watch against the Cardinals:

Cardale Jones, If Rivers plays at all — and if he does, it’ll likely be only one series — Geno Smith and Jones still will do the bulk of the quarterback work as the battle for No. 2 continues.

It feels as if Smith, the more experienced of the two, has the edge because the Chargers know what it looks like when he leads a team.

Jones, however, has the physical gifts to win the job if he looks comfortable in game situations.

He’s got a massive arm that can rocket the ball over the field. Problem is, the ball can fly all over the field. If he can get into a rhythm and be accurate, Jones can start to build his resume.

Isaac Rochell, Offseason workouts are a tough time to stand out, especially if you play along the offensive or defensive line. However, a trimmed-down Rochell, a seventh-round pick a season ago, was impossible to miss.

Switching to a plant-based diet, Rochell comes into his second season leaner and faster, capable of playing defensive end and defensive tackle.

With Bosa likely watching because of a foot injury, Rochell will get a lot of reps with the first- and second-string defense — a chance to put all his offseason work and salad eating to work.

Kyzir White, One of the “buzziest” names in the first two weeks of training camp, it’ll be interesting to see how White handles linebacking in a game setting after playing safety in college.

The Chargers’ fourth-round pick has the size and speed necessary to help add depth, and maybe even start, at linebacker. It’s just that no one is sure if the projections will come to fruition.

He has impressed coaches through the first part of training camp, but Saturday we’ll see if it translates into game situations.

Artavis Scott, Some of the flashiest catches in offseason workouts and at the start of camp have been made by Scott, a college teammate of last year’s first-round pick, Mike Williams.

Scott, who spent all of last season on the practice squad, is a strong receiver with a knack for making spectacular catches in tight coverage, though he’s had some issues with drops on easier opportunities.

Michael Davis, An undrafted free agent last season, Davis made the team thanks to a combination of size and speed despite being beaten badly in some preseason games.

Now with Trevor Williams nursing a sore ankle, Davis is getting a chance to play with the top unit on defense and, so far in practice, he’s been much more consistent.

Broncos vs Vikings

Broncos vs Vikings Live: The Minnesota Vikings face the Denver Broncos on Saturday, Aug 11 in Week 1 of the 2018 NFL preseason. Here’s all the info you need to watch.

In spite of how badly they were defeated down in the NFC Championship Game last year, the Minnesota Vikings were very close to competing for a Super Bowl one season ago. Now they enter a new battle having made big, brave steps to try and take them to the next stage. Surprisingly sufficient nevertheless, they begin the preseason by taking on the Denver Broncos and the man that they didn’t relay on an additional year with.

Broncos vs Vikings Live

Saturday Nights game Details

Date and Time: Saturday, Aug 11, 9:00 p.m. ET
Venue: Sports Authority Field at Mile High
TV Channel: NFL Network
Live Stream: NFL Game Pass, FuboTV

Case Keenum who guided Minnesota to the conference championship last season, but they clearly selected to do something another way with the spot. That was to the advantage of the Broncos, who went out and assainged Keenum in free group, answering their major troubles form a season ago. Their defense also lost Aqib Talib via deal, but they are in general an implausible unit still, one similar to the one that guided them to a Super Bowl win two years ago.

As for the Vikings, instead of Keenum, they went out and landed the major seek in free agency, Kirk Cousins. By adding him to an unparalleled fully-assured deal, they declared without a doubt that they think he can take them farther than Keenum was able to. With one of the most entire rosters on both sides of the ball in the NFL, if that faith holds accurate, this team could certainly win a title.

Pitting Keenum and the Broncos in opposition to his former team surely isn’t a twist of fate, and it’ll be fun to see how he executes. However, it’d be a lie to say that most eyes won’t be on Cousins and the Vikings to see how this squad looks with their new boss on offense.

The most important reps to watch will come from the offensive side of the ball. The players and coaching staff are excited for the first game. It’ll give them all a chance to put practice to reality.

Joseph went on to note the things he’ll personally be wanting to see on Saturday. It’s all about discipline and execution, which were both areas we all saw were lacking last season. If Joseph is going to survive as a head coach in the league, he’ll need to get that aspect of his teams corrected from Day 1 of the 2018 season.

Before picking a side, listen to what SportsLine Expert Emory Hunt has to say. Hunt is the founder and CEO of Football Gameplan, which has been supplying analysis of all levels of football since 2007. The former running back joined SportsLine in 2016 and has provided his followers with winning seasons in college and pro football.

Hunt knows that Denver QB Case Keenum is unlikely to see many snaps in his first start for his new team. However, the other key cog in his arrival should have a major impact on the game. Trevor Siemian was sent to Minnesota after starting under center for the Broncos for the better part of two seasons.

Siemian, who will back up Kirk Cousins for the Vikings, is expected to see the bulk of the snaps Saturday. Third-string quarterback Kyle Sloter was waived by the Broncos last year after playing his college ball at Northern Colorado.

Paxton Lynch, a 2016 first-round draft pick who has yet to prove he is a franchise quarterback, will likely see the majority of the snaps for Denver. Ole Miss product Chad Kelly, a seventh-rounder last year, will be No. 3 on the depth chart.

The exhibition opener also should give the Vikings a chance to see the progress of running back Dalvin Cook, who saw most of a once-promising rookie season cut short because of a torn ACL.

The Broncos will be eager to see the NFL debut of linebacker Bradley Chubb, who was taken fifth overall in the draft out of N.C. State. Many observers anticipate a breakout rookie season with Chubb paired alongside veteran Von Miller.

Hunt has dissected this match-up and identified a critical x-factor that will determine the outcome, and his pick is only available at Sports-line.