Cowboys Will Face Giants Tonight
(East Rutherford, NJ) — The Cowboys will face the NFC East-rivals Giants tonight at MetLife Stadium in New Jersey. The Cowboys are 4-and-3 and coming off a bye week. The Giants are 2-and-6. It appears doubtful Dallas linebacker Leighton Vander Esch will play after suffering a neck injury on October 20th against the Eagles. Our pregame coverage begins this evening at 6 on 710AM and 97.5FM KGNC.
Texans Top Jaguars In London
(London, England) — Deshaun Watson completed 22 of 28 passes for 210 yards and two touchdowns as the Texans steamrolled the Jaguars 26-3 in London. Carlos Hyde rushed for 160 yards on 19 totes for Houston, which improved to 6-and-3 . The Texans are off this week.
Ravens Knock Off Pats, Dolphins Get First Win
(Undated) — The New England Patriots are unbeaten no more. The Pats fell to the Ravens 37-20 in Baltimore. Lamar Jackson accounted for three touchdowns in the win. In other NFL action, the Dolphins earned their first win with a 26-18 victory over the Jets. Russell Wilson passed for five touchdowns as the Seahawks edged the Buccaneers 40-34 in overtime. The Chargers stunned the Packers 26-11 in L.A.
Houston Texans 26, Jacksonville Jaguars 3 (at London, England)
Buffalo Bills 24, Washington Redskins 9
Philadelphia Eagles 22, Chicago Bears 14
Miami Dolphins 26, New York Jets 18
Kansas City Chiefs 26, Minnesota Vikings 23
Carolina Panthers 30, Tennessee Titans 20
Pittsburgh Steelers 26, Indianapolis Colts 24
Seattle Seahawks 40, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 34 (OT)
Oakland Raiders 31, Detroit Lions 24
Los Angeles Chargers 26, Green Bay Packers 11
Denver Broncos 24, Cleveland Browns 19
Baltimore Ravens 37, New England Patriots 20
Mavericks Crush Cavs With Doncic’s Triple-Double
(Cleveland, OH) — The Mavericks scored 41 points in the fourth quarter to blitz the Cavaliers 131-111 in Cleveland. Luka Doncic had 29 points, 15 assists and 14 rebounds for Dallas. Kristaps Porzingis had 18 points and nine rebounds in the win. The 4-and-2 Mavs return home Wednesday against the Orlando Magic.
Rockets Lose In Miami
(Miami, FL) — The Rockets fell behind 46-14 after the first quarter in a 129-100 loss to the Heat in Miami. James Harden led Houston with 29 points. Chris Clemons scored 16 points off the bench in defeat. The 3-and-3 Rockets will play the Grizzlies tonight in Memphis.
Indiana Pacers 108, Chicago Bulls 95
Sacramento Kings 113, New York Knicks 92
Miami Heat 129, Houston Rockets 100
Los Angeles Lakers 103, San Antonio Spurs 96
Dallas Mavericks 131, Cleveland Cavaliers 111
Los Angeles Clippers 105, Utah Jazz 94
Kevin Harvick Wins NASCAR At Texas Motor Speedway
(Fort Worth, TX) — Kevin Harvick is moving onto the Championship Four. Harvick dominated at Texas Motor Speedway en route to a win at the AAA Texas 500. Harvick held off Aric Almirola for the win. Daniel Suarez finished third. Joey Logano and Alex Bowman rounded out the top five. Harvick joins Martin Truex Junior as two of the final four drivers that will compete for the cup series championship at Homestead.
Stars Back On Home Ice Tomorrow
(Dallas, TX) — The Stars will host the Avalanche tomorrow night. Dallas beat the Avalanche 2-1 on Friday in Denver and the Montreal Canadiens 4-1 at home on Saturday. The Stars have won three straight and six of seven after starting the season 1-7-and-1.
Baylor 10th, SMU Drops In Coaches Poll
(Undated) — Baylor moved up a notch to 10th in the Coaches Rankings. The Bears are 8-and-0 and will play Saturday at TCU. SMU fell nine spots to 23rd in the poll after suffering its first loss of the season. Shane Buechele threw for 456 yards and three touchdowns in a 54-48 loss at Memphis. This Mustangs will host East Carolina this Saturday.
College Football Roundup
(Undated) — In other area college football Saturday, TCU lost 34-27 at Oklahoma State, Texas A&M slaughtered UTSA 45-14 and North Texas cruised to a 52-26 win over UTEP in Denton.
NCAA Basketball Tips Off Tomorrow
(Undated) — The NCAA college basketball season tips off tomorrow with more than 100 games around the country. The State Farm Champions Classic at Madison Square Garden headlines opening night. Top-ranked Michigan State takes on second-ranked Kentucky, and third-ranked Kansas will face number-four Duke
Greinke Wins Another Gold Glove
(Houston, TX) — Astros pitcher Zack Greinke won his sixth straight Rawlings Gold Glove for defensive excellence. He was selected the winner in the National League after spending the first four months of the season with the Diamondbacks. The Astros had four Gold Glove finalists in the American League, but no winners. The Houston finalists were first baseman Yuli Gurriel, right fielder Josh Reddick, third baseman Alex Bregman and second baseman Jose Altuve.