(Undated)  —  Here is the latest sports news:  Big day for NFC East.  A.J. Green loses his cool.  Packers face Lions on MNF.  Harden explodes in Rockets win.  Harvick wins big race.

>>NFC East Shines Besides Giants

(Undated)  —  It was a day of mostly highs for the NFC East.  Dak Prescott accounted for three touchdowns in the Cowboys’ 28-17 win over the Chiefs at AT&T Stadium.  The Redskins went into Seattle and defeated the Seahawks 17-14, while the Eagles pounded the Broncos 51-23 at home.  Why only mostly?  The Rams hammered the Giants, 51-17, in East Rutherford.  New York has fallen to 1-and-7.

>>Suspensions Likely Coming Following Brawl In Bengals-Jaguars Game

(Jacksonville, FL)  —  Suspensions are likely coming after a brawl broke out during Sunday’s game between the Bengals and Jaguars in Jacksonville.  Cincinnati wide receiver A.J. Green and Jags cornerback Jalen Ramsey were both ejected just before halftime after getting into a fight, which led to pushing and shoving between the teams for several minutes before officials got things under control.

>>Packers Take On Lions For MNF

(Green Bay, WI)  —  The Packers hit the field without Aaron Rodgers again when they host the Lions tonight on “Monday Night Football.”  Green Bay lost to the Saints 26-17 last week with Brett Hundley at the helm.  The Packers are 4-and-3.  Detroit comes in at 3-and-4.

>>Harden Goes For Career-High

(Houston, TX)  —  James Harden put on a show as the Rockets raced past the Jazz 137-110 at the AT&T Center.  Harden exploded for a career high 56 points on 19-of-25 shooting and 7-of-8 from three.  He added 13 assists and made 11-of-12 free throws.  Houston is 8-and-3.

>>Harvick Wins Texas Race

(Fort Worth, TX)  —  Kevin Harvick picked up a win in the Triple-A Texas 500 at Texas Motor Speedway.  He passed Martin Truex Junior with 10 laps remaining to clinch a spot in the NASCAR “Championship Four” race at Homestead.  Truex also earned a championship berth and Martinsville winner Kyle Busch has qualified. The NASCAR playoffs moves to Phoenix next weekend with five drivers battling for the final spot.



Philadelphia Eagles 51, Denver Broncos 23
Carolina Panthers 20, Atlanta Falcons 17
Tennessee Titans 23, Baltimore Ravens 20
Indianapolis Colts 20, Houston Texans 14
Los Angeles Rams 51, New York Giants 17
New Orleans Saints 30, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 10
Jacksonville Jaguars 23, Cincinnati Bengals 7
Washington Redskins 17, Seattle Seahawks 14
Arizona Cardinals 20, San Francisco 49ers 10
Dallas Cowboys 28, Kansas City Chiefs 17
Oakland Raiders 27, Miami Dolphins 24

Atlanta Hawks 117, Cleveland Cavaliers 115
Miami Heat 104, Los Angeles Clippers 101
Washington Wizards 107, Toronto Raptors 96
Boston Celtics 104, Orlando Magic 88
San Antonio Spurs 112, Phoenix Suns 95
Houston Rockets 137, Utah Jazz 110
New York Knicks 108, Indiana Pacers 101
Minnesota Timberwolves 112, Charlotte Hornets 94
Portland Trail Blazers 103, Oklahoma City Thunder 99
Los Angeles Lakers 107, Memphis Grizzlies 102

Detroit Red Wings 4, Edmonton Oilers 0
New York Islanders 6, Colorado Avalanche 4
Montreal Canadiens 2, Chicago Blackhawks 0
Calgary Flames 5, New Jersey Devils 4  (so)

AAA Texas 500  (at Fort Worth, TX)
1. Kevin Harvick
2. Martin Truex Jr.
3. Denny Hamlin

Shriners Hospitals for Children Open  (at Las Vegas, NV)
1. Patrick Cantlay  (-9)  (Won in two hole playoff)
T2. Alex Cejka  (-9)
T2. Whee Kim  (-9)


>>MONDAY’S SCHEDULE  (All times are Eastern)

8:30 p.m. – Detroit Lions at Green Bay Packers

7:30 p.m. – Boston Celtics at Atlanta Hawks
9:00 p.m. – Brooklyn Nets at Phoenix Suns
10:30 p.m. – Miami Heat at Golden State Warriors

7:00 p.m. – Arizona Coyotes at Washington Capitals
7:00 p.m. – Columbus Blue Jackets at New York Rangers
7:00 p.m. – Vegas Golden Knights at Toronto Maple Leafs
7:00 p.m. – Minnesota Wild at Boston Bruins
8:30 p.m. – Winnipeg Jets at Dallas Stars
10:00 p.m. – Detroit Red Wings at Vancouver Canucks