(Foxborough, MA) — Tom Brady threw a 10-yard pass to N’Keal Harry two plays after the Patriots blocked a punt for the game’s only touchdown in a 13-9 victory over the Cowboys in a sloppy rain-soaked field at New England. Dak Prescott threw for 212 yards and a pick for Dallas, which fell to 6-and-5 but still tops the NFC East. Brett Maher kicked three field goals for the Cowboys’ points. Ezekiel Elliott rushed for 81 yards on 21 totes and added four catches for 40 yards in defeat. The Cowboys return home Thanksgiving to play the Bills.
New York Jets 34, Oakland Raiders 3
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 35, Atlanta Falcons 22
Washington Redskins 19, Detroit Lions 16
Seattle Seahawks 17, Philadelphia Eagles 9
Buffalo Bills 20, Denver Broncos 3
New Orleans Saints 34, Carolina Panthers 31
Cleveland Browns 41, Miami Dolphins 24
Pittsburgh Steelers 16, Cincinnati Bengals 10
Chicago Bears 19, New York Giants 14
Tennessee Titans 42, Jacksonville Jaguars 20
New England Patriots 13, Dallas Cowboys 9
San Francisco 49ers 37, Green Bay Packers 8
Jackson, Ravens Visit Rams On MNF
(Los Angeles, CA) — MVP candidate Lamar Jackson and the Baltimore Ravens are in Los Angeles tonight to face the Rams on Monday Night Football. Baltimore leads the AFC North at 8-and-2 and is looking to knock off the defending NFC champs. The Rams are 6-and-4 and hoping to get back to the postseason. Ravens cornerback Marcus Peters gets to face his former team after getting traded last month. Peters has returned two interceptions for touchdowns in four games with the Ravens.
Texans Host Patriots Next
(Houston, TX) — The Texans return to practice as they prepare for a Sunday home game with the New England Patriots. Houston is coming off a 20-17 win last Thursday over the Colts and lead the AFC South with a 7-and-4 record. The Patriots beat the Cowboys 13-9 yesterday to improve to 10-and-1 and top the AFC East.
Doncic, Mavericks Down Rockets
(Houston, TX) — Luke Doncic scored 41 points and doled out 10 assists as the Mavericks jumped out to a 16-point lead after one quarter to beat the Rockets 137-123 in Houston. Tim Hardaway Jr. scored 31 points, while Kristaps Porzingis has 23 points and 13 boards in the victory for Dallas, which won its fifth straight. The Mavs are home tomorrow night against the Clippers.
Sacramento Kings 113, Washington Wizards 106
Brooklyn Nets 103, New York Knicks 101
Denver Nuggets 116, Phoenix Suns 104
LA Clippers 134, New Orleans Pelicans 109
Stars Will Host Vegas Tonight
(Dallas, TX) — The Stars will attempt to extend their winning streak to seven games when they host Vegas tonight. Dallas beat Chicago 2-1 in a shootout Saturday for their sixth consecutive victory. Dallas is 10-0-and-1 in its last 11 games.
Buffalo Sabres 5, Florida Panthers 2
Carolina Hurricanes 2, Detroit Red Wings 0
Edmonton Oilers 4, Arizona Coyotes 3 (SO)
Baylor Is Bound for the Big 12 Title Game
(Waco, TX) — Baylor defeated Texas 24-10 at home to earn a spot in the Big 12 football championship game on December 7th in Arlington. The Bears climbed three spots to 10th in the Coaches Poll and are 10-and-1. They will have a rematch with number-seven Oklahoma in the title game with the Sooners rallying from a 25-point deficit to win the first meeting 34-31. Baylor will close out the regular season Saturday at Kansas.
>>College Football Roundup
(Undated) — In other college football Saturday, SMU lost 35-28 at Navy and dropped from the Coaches Rankings. TCU fell 28-24 at number 27 Oklahoma. Texas A&M lost 19-13 at number-four Georiga. Rice beat North Texas 20-14. Texas Tech lost 30-27 to Kansas State at home.
>>College Basketball Roundup
(Undated) — In college basketball yesterday, number-23 Baylor upset number-15 Villanova 87-68 to win the Myrtle Beach Invitational. Jared Butler led the Bears with 22 points and was selected the Most Outstanding Player of the tourney. Clemson beat TCU 62-60 in overtime at the MGM Resorts Main Event in Las Vegas. UT-Arlington downed the Arkansas Tech Wonder Boys 85-68 at home. Utah State beat North Texas 68-59 in Montego Bay at the Jersey Mike’s Jamaica Classic. West Texas A&M defeated Eastern New Mexico 93-78 for their 29th straight win at the First United Bank Center in Canyon.
College Basketball (Top-25 Coaches’ Poll)
#2 Louisville Cardinals 82, Akron Zips 76
#7 Virginia Cavaliers 48, Arizona State Sun Devils 45
#10 Kentucky Wildcats 81, Lamar Cardinals 56
#12 Texas Tech Red Raiders 96, LIU Sharks 66
#14 Arizona Wildcats 104, Long Beach State Beach 67
#23 Baylor Bears 87, #15 Villanova Wildcats 78
#16 Utah State Aggies 68, North Texas Mean Green 59
Florida Gators 70, #21 Xavier Musketeers 65
#24 Washington Huskies 88, San Diego Toreros 69
#25 Colorado Buffaloes 56, Wyoming Cowboys 41