(Houston, TX) — The Cowboys lost to the Texans 19-16 in overtime in Houston. Dallas amassed only 259 yards in total offense in regulation. Dak Prescott completed 18 of 29 for 208 yards with one touchdown and two interceptions. Ezekiel Elliott was limited to 54 yards on 20 carries. Allen Hurns scored the lone Cowboys TD on a three-yard reception. Brett Maher kicked three field goals for Dallas, which fell to 2-and-3 and has lost all three road games. The Cowboys will host the Jaguars this coming Sunday. Listen for the Dallas Cowboys Hour with Brad Sham this evening at 6 here on 710AM and 97.5FM KGNC.
Redskins Square Off With Saints On MNF
(New Orleans, LA) — The Washington Redskins square off with the New Orleans Saints on Monday Night Football at the Superdome. The Redskins are rested coming off their bye week. Washington is 2-and-1 on the season, with wins over the Cardinals and Packers and a loss to the Colts. Our Monday Night Football coverage begins this evening at 7.
New York Jets 34, Denver Broncos 16
Buffalo Bills 13, Tennessee Titans 12
Pittsburgh Steelers 41, Atlanta Falcons 17
Cincinnati Bengals 27, Miami Dolphins 17
Cleveland Browns 12, Baltimore Ravens 9 (OT)
Carolina Panthers 33, New York Giants 31
Kansas City Chiefs 30, Jacksonville Jaguars 14
Detroit Lions 31, Green Bay Packers 23
Los Angeles Chargers 26, Oakland Raiders 10
Los Angeles Rams 33, Seattle Seahawks 31
Arizona Cardinals 28, San Francisco 49ers 18
Minnesota Vikings 23, Philadelphia Eagles 21
Houston Texans 19, Dallas Cowboys 16 (OT)
Astros Visit Indians In Game Three
(Cleveland, OH) — The Astros go for the series sweep tonight as they visit the Cleveland Indians in Game Three of the American League Division Series. Dallas Keuchel is on the mound for Houston, while Cleveland counters with Mike Clevinger. With a win tonight, the Indians will advance to the American League Championship Series.
Brewers Sweep Rockies To Reach NLCS
(Denver, CO) — The Milwaukee Brewers are headed to the National League Championship Series. They blanked the Rockies 6-0 in Game Three of their NL Division Series in Colorado. Jesus Aguilar, Orlando Arcia and Keon Broxton all homered as Milwaukee swept the best-of-five series. The Rockies managed just four hits in defeat.
Braves Down Dodgers To Avoid Elimination
(Cumberland, GA) — The Braves are still alive in the postseason after a 6-5 win over the Dodgers in Game Three of their NL Division Series in Atlanta. Freddie Freeman’s solo homer in the sixth snapped a 5-all tie for Atlanta. Ronald Acuna Jr. hit a grand slam for the Braves, who blew a 5-0 lead before pulling to within 2-1 in the series.
Elliott Wins At Dover, Advances To Next Round
(Dover, DE) — Chase Elliott pulled away in overtime to take the Gander Outdoors 400 checkered flag at Dover International Speedway. Elliott advances to the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series round of eight. Denny Hamlin finished second, while Joey Logano was third. The series will move to Talladega Superspeedway this coming Sunday.
Rockets Drop Spurs
(San Antonio, TX) — The Rockets pulled away in the fourth quarter as they dropped the Spurs 108-93 in San Antonio. The Rockets outscored the Spurs 34-21 in the fourth. James Harden finished with 21 points and nine assists in the win. Houston is 2-and-1 in preseason play and will host the Shanghai Sharks of the Chinese Basketball Association tomorrow.
Mavs In China, Play Sixers Today
(Shenzhen, China) — The Mavericks will play the Sixers again today in Shenzhen, China in their third preseason game. Dallas lost 120-114 to Philadelphia on Friday in Shanghai. The Mavs will wrap up their exhibition slate this coming Friday against Charlotte at the American Airlines Center.
Reports: Mavs Fire Team Photographer
(Dallas, TX) — Several outlets have reported the Dallas Mavericks have fired longtime photographer Danny Bollinger. Five women made sexual harassment allegations against him in a Dallas Morning News story.
Oklahoma City Thunder 113, Atlanta Hawks 94 (at Tulsa, OK)
Houston Rockets 108, San Antonio Spurs 93
Milwaukee Bucks 125, Minnesota Timberwolves 107 (at Ames, IA)
Utah Jazz 123, Portland Trail Blazers 112
Stars Back On Home Ice Tomorrow
(Dallas, TX) — The Stars will host the Toronto Maple Leafs tomorrow night at the American Airlines Center. Dallas has won its first two games. The Stars beat the Winnipeg Jets 5-1 with Jamie Benn and Tyler Seguin each scoring two goals over the weekend.
Carolina Hurricanes 8, New York Rangers 5
Toronto Maple Leafs 7, Chicago Blackhawks 6 (OT)
Los Angeles Kings 4, Detroit Red Wings 2
College Football Scoreboard
(Undated) — In college football on Saturday, 20th-ranked Texas upset number-five Oklahoma 48-45 at the Cotton Bowl. The Longhorns jumped to number-14 in this week’s coaches poll with the victory, while the Sooners fell to 11th. Baylor clipped Kansas State 37-34 with a field goal in the final seconds, Texas A&M beat 15th-ranked Kentucky 20-14 in overtime, SMU fell 48-20 at 13th-ranked Central Florida, and North Texas State held on for a 27-24 victory at UTEP. The West Texas A&M Buffaloes beat UT Permian Basin 42-21.
Mike Stoops And OU Part Ways
(Norman, OK) — Mike Stoops is out as the defensive coordinator of the University of Oklahoma football team. According to multiple reports, the Sooners parted ways with Stoops in the aftermath of Oklahoma’s 48-to-45 loss to Texas on Saturday in the annual Red River Rivalry game. Stoops, who is the younger brother of former OU head coach Bob Stoops, served as the Sooners’ defensive coordinator from 1999 to 2003 before returning to Norman in the same capacity in 2012.