(Philadelphia, PA) — Ezekiel Elliott rushed for 151 yards on 19 carries and ran for the go-ahead touchdown in the fourth quarter as the Cowboys downed the defending Super Bowl champs Eagles 27-20 in Philadelphia. Dak Prescott passed for 270 yards and threw a seven-yard touchdown pass to Elliott early in the final quarter. Prescott also ran for a touchdown. The Cowboys won their first road game and improved to 4-and-5, the same record as Philadelphia. Dallas will visit Atlanta this coming Sunday. Listen for the Dallas Cowboys Hour with Brad Sham this evening at six on 710AM and 97.5FM KGNC.
Texans On Bye Week
(Houston, TX) — The Texans had last week off with a bye. Houston has won its last six games after starting the season 0-and-3. The 6-and-3 mark tops the AFC South. The Texans return to action this coming Sunday they visit the Redskins. Washington leads the NFC East with a 6-and-3 record.
Washington Redskins 16, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 3
Chicago Bears 34, Detroit Lions 22
Tennessee Titans 34, New England Patriots 10
New Orleans Saints 51, Cincinnati Bengals 14
Buffalo Bills 41, New York Jets 10
Kansas City Chiefs 26, Arizona Cardinals 14
Indianapolis Colts 29, Jacksonville Jaguars 26
Cleveland Browns 28, Atlanta Falcons 16
Los Angeles Chargers 20, Oakland Raiders 6
Los Angeles Rams 36, Seattle Seahawks 31
Green Bay Packers 31, Miami Dolphins 12
Dallas Cowboys 27, Philadelphia Eagles 20
49ers Host Giants On MNF
(Santa Clara, CA) — Monday Night Football features the Giants and 49ers in Santa Clara. Nick Mullens makes his second career start under center for San Francisco. He threw three TD passes in his NFL debut against Oakland in Week Nine. The 49ers are 2-and-7 on the season. The Giants enter tonight on a five-game losing streak and are last in the NFC East at 1-and-7. Our pregame coverage begins tonight at seven on 710AM and 97.5FM KGNC.
Kyle Busch Wins, Advances To Championship 4
(Avondale, AZ) — Kyle Busch won the Can-Am 500 at ISM Raceway in suburban Phoenix yesterday. He advances to the Championship Four next weekend at Homestead-Miami Speedway to determine the 2018 Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series winner. Joey Logano, Martin Truex Junior and Kevin Harvick join him in the Final Four.
Stars Will Be Home Tonight
(Dallas, TX) — The Stars will be home tonight against the Blue Jackets. Dallas lost 5-4 in overtime to Nashville on Saturday. The Stars are 9-6-and-2. Columbus is also 9-6-and-2 and top the Metropolitan Division with 20 points. The Stars are fourth in the Central.
Minnesota Wild 3, St. Louis Blues 2
Arizona Coyotes 4, Washington Capitals 1
Florida Panthers 5, Ottawa Senators 1
Boston Bruins 4, Vegas Golden Knights 1
Winnipeg Jets 5, New Jersey Devils 2
San Jose Sharks 3, Calgary Flames 1
Colorado Avalanche 4, Edmonton Oilers 1
Mavericks Will Face Bulls Tonight On Road
(Chicago, IL) — The Mavericks will play tonight against the Bulls in Chicago. Dallas is coming off a 111-96 home victory over Oklahoma City on Saturday. Rookie Luka Doncic scored 22 points and doled out eight assists as the Mavs improved to 4-and-8.
Rockets Hard On Pacers
(Houston, TX) — James Harden scored 40 points to lead the Rockets to a 115-103 triumph over the Pacers in Houston. Chris Paul contributed 26 points to the Rockets first home victory of the season. Houston will play tomorrow night in Denver.
Charlotte Hornets 113, Detroit Pistons 103
Houston Rockets 115, Indiana Pacers 103
Orlando Magic 115, New York Knicks 89
Milwaukee Bucks 121, Denver Nuggets 114
Portland Trail Blazers 100, Boston Celtics 94
Los Angeles Lakers 107, Atlanta Hawks 106
Reports: Rockets, Anthony Parting Ways
(Houston, TX) — Multiple-outlets report the Rockets will soon put Carmelo Anthony on waivers. He has missed the past two games with what the club said is an illness. In his last game, he went 1-from-11 from the field in a loss to Oklahoma City. The 34-year-old forward is a 10-time All-Star. Rockets general manage Daryl Morey has denied the speculative stories.
College Basketball Round Up
(Undated) — On Sunday, SMU lost 74-64 to Southern Mississippi in Dallas, Number-21 TCU beat Oral Roberts 79-62 in Fort Worth and North Texas downed Hawaii 68-51 in Honolulu. The Mustangs return to the court Wednesday to host Western Carolina and the 4-and-0 Mean Green will host Texas A&M Commerce in Denton, while TCU is off until playing Fresno State Thursday. Tonight, Baylor will host Prairie View A&M and Texas will play Louisiana Monroe in Austin. Tomorrow night, Texas Tech will face SE Louisiana in Lubbock. Texas A&M will play at ranked Gonzaga on Thursday after a one-point loss over the weekend to UC Irvine in College Station.
College Basketball (Top-25 Coaches’ Poll)
#3 Duke Blue Devils 94, Army Black Knights 72
#5 Virginia Cavaliers 76, George Washington Colonials 57
#10 Michigan State Spartans 106, FGCU Eagles 82
#15 Florida State Seminoles 80, Tulane Green Wave 69
#19 Mississippi State Bulldogs 77, Hartford Hawks 59
#21 TCU Horned Frogs 79, Oral Roberts Golden Eagles 62
College Football Round Up
(Undated) — In gridiron action Saturday, Texas outlasted Texas Tech 43-34 in a Big 12 match up. Baylor lost 28-14 at Number-22 Iowa State. TCU was drubbed 47-10 at Number-9 West Virginia. SMU out scored UConn 62-50. Texas A&M defeated Ole Miss 38-24 in College Station for its sixth victory to become bowl eligible. North Texas lost 34-31 at Old Dominion. The West Texas A&M Buffaloes lost to Midwestern State 24-23.