>>Chiefs, Rams Remain NFL’s Lone Unbeatens
(Undated) — The Chiefs and Rams both won on Sunday to remain the last unbeaten teams in the NFL this season. The Chiefs cut down the Jaguars 30-14 in KC, while the Rams rallied past the Seahawks 33-31 in Seattle. Both teams are 5-and-0. The Cardinals beat the 49ers to become the last team this season to get a victory.
>>Saints’ Brees Eyes NFL All-Time Passing Yards Lead Tonight
(New Orleans, LA) — Saints quarterback Drew Brees can set the NFL’s all-time passing yards record tonight against the Redskins. The two teams meet on Monday Night Football at the Superdome. Brees is currently third all-time behind Peyton Manning and Brett Favre [[ Farve ]], but needs just 201 yards to overtake them both.
>>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 Sunday.
>>Blackhawks Lose To Maple Leafs In OT
(Chicago, IL) — Morgan Rielly scored in overtime to lift the Maple Leafs to a 7-6 victory over the Blackhawks in their home opener. Two Patrick Kane goals late helped Chicago tie the game twice in third period and force OT. The Hawks led 2-0 in the first period when Jonathan Toews and Alex DeBrincat scored. John Hayden and Brandon Manning also lit the lamp for Chicago, which travels to Minnesota to face the Wild Thursday night.
>>Illinois Beat Rutgers For Conference Win Since 2016
(Piscataway Township, NJ) — Illinois rushed for a season-high 330 yards en route to a 38-17 victory over Rutgers Saturday in New Jersey. It was the first conference win for the Illini since November 2016. Illinois Quarterback AJ Bush, Junior ran for 116 yards and two scores. Reggie Corbin posted a career-high 137 rushing yards on 11 carries, including a 73-yard touchdown run for the Illini, who improved to 3-2.