(Los Angeles, CA) — The Rams outlasted the Chiefs 54-51 in LA in the highest-scoring game in Monday Night Football history. Gerald Everett’s 40-yard touchdown catch with just under two minutes left put the Rams ahead for good. Jared Goff threw for 413 yards and four scores as LA improved to 10-and-1. Mahomes passed for 478 yards and six TD’s as KC fell to 9-and-2.
(Indianapolis, IN) — Colts center Ryan Kelly is expected to miss some time with a knee injury. Kelly was hurt during Sunday’s win over the Titans. Kelly has started all 33 games he has appeared in for the Colts since being drafted in the first round of the 2016 NFL Draft. Evan Boehm will start if Kelly can’t play.
(Detroit, MI) — The first place Bears are on a short week of practice before facing the Lions on Thanksgiving at Ford Field. Chicago is 7-and-3 following a 25-20 home win over the Vikings on Sunday Night Football. Detroit is 4-and-6 after beating the Panthers. The game kicks off at 11:30 a.m.
>>Bears Quarterback Trubisky Injures Throwing Shoulder
(Chicago, IL) — Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky is dealing with an injury to his right throwing shoulder. He got hurt in Sunday night’s win over the Vikings. The signal caller was on the injury report yesterday for the first time this season. The Bears have a short week of practice this week before they face the Lions on Thanksgiving.
(Lahaina, HI) — Rui Hachimura scored 23 points as number three Gonzaga held on to beat Illinois 84-78 in the Maui Invitational. Trent Frazier led the Illini with a game-high 29 points and Giorgi Bezhanishvili added 17. Illinois dropped to 1-and-2. They are back in action today against Iowa State.
(Bronx, NY) — The Yankees aren’t waiting around to bolster their starting rotation. They’ve acquired left-hander James Paxton from the Mariners in exchange for top-rated prospect Justus Sheffield and two other minor leaguers. Paxton went 11-and-6 with a 3.76 ERA and 208 strikeouts in 28 starts this past season. He fired a no-hitter against Toronto on May 8th.
>>Kemba Shines, Hornets Sting Celtics
(Charlotte, NC) — Kemba Walker led the way with 43 points as the Hornets stung the Celtics 117-112 in Charlotte. Walker had 21 in the fourth quarter alone as Charlotte snapped a two-game skid. This performance came just two days after he dropped 60 on the 76ers in an overtime loss on Saturday. Walker is averaging an NBA-high 29.5 points per game this season.
>>Blues Fire Head Coach Yeo
(St. Louis, MO) — The St. Louis Blues are moving on from head coach Mike Yeo [[ Yoh ]]. He was fired last night after the Blues got shut out 2-0 at home by the NHL’s worst team, the Los Angeles Kings. The Blues lost for the fourth time in five games and are last in the Central Division with 17 points at 7-9-and-3. Craig Berube [[ beh-ROO-bee ]] will be the interim coach.
>>Washington Redskins Sign QB Mark Sanchez
(Ashburn, VA) — The Redskins are adding veteran quarterback Mark Sanchez. Washington signed the former New York Jets signal-caller after starter Alex Smith broke his leg during Sunday’s loss to the Texans. Sanchez will back up Colt McCoy, who is slated to start on Thanksgiving Day against the Cowboys. Sanchez hasn’t played in an NFL game since 2016.