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The unbeaten Patriots kept on rolling on “Monday Night Football”. The Pats improved to 10-and-0 with a 20-13 win over the Bills last night in Foxboro. Tom Brady threw for 277 yards and a touchdown as New England secured its 13th straight 10-win season.
An inadvertent whistle in the third quarter potentially cost the Patriots a touchdown in last night’s win. Just a few plays later, Stephen Gostkowski’s [[ gust-OW-ski ]] streak of 32 consecutive field goals made came to an end when the New England kicker missed a 54-yarder.
The Patriots won’t have to deal with Peyton Manning this Sunday night. The Broncos announced yesterday that Brock Osweiler [[ OSS-why-lur ]] will make his second straight start at quarterback in the primetime matchup with New England. Manning is dealing with various injuries.
The NFL is looking into why Rams quarterback Case Keenum stayed in Sunday’s game at Baltimore after an apparent concussion. The league says it is reviewing why he was not taken out for medical evaluation. Keenum’s head hit the turf after a sack late in the fourth quarter.
Troy Brouwer [[ BROW-uhr ]] and Robby Fabbri each scored third period goals to help the Blues rally to sink the Sabres 2-1 at the First Niagara Center. Jake Allen stopped 24 of 25 shots for St. Louis, which improved to 14-6-and-2. The Blues play at Pittsburgh tomorrow.
College basketball from yesterday. Illinois rallied to beat Chicago State, 82-79, in the Emerald Coast Classic in Springfield, Illinois. The Fighting Illini play AUB on Friday.
The new college football playoff rankings will be released tonight. A new team will move into one of the coveted top-four spots after third-ranked Ohio State lost to Michigan State. Top-ranked Clemson, number-two Alabama and fourth-ranked Notre Dame all won Saturday.
The defending NBA champion Warriors look to make history tonight. The 15-and-0 Warriors can set the record for the best start in NBA history with a home win over the Lakers. Kobe Bryant’s Lakers are just 2-and-11 this season.
Bulls legend Michael Jordan says local charities will benefit from the settlement of his lawsuits against supermarkets Jewel-Osco and Dominick’s. A settlement announced by Jordan’s spokeswoman over the weekend means that the legal battles have ended. The spokeswoman says Jordan plans to donate the net proceeds to Chicago area charities and will announce which ones in January.
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