(Undated)  —  Here is the latest sports news:  Panthers edge Patriots.  Bucs keep Giants winless.  NFL players continue to protest.  MLB season ends.

>>Panthers Edge Patriots

(Foxboro, MA)  —  Graham Gano nailed a 48-yard field goal as time expired and the Panthers edged the Patriots, 33-30, in Foxboro.  Carolina’s Cam Newton became the first quarterback in NFL history to rush for 50 career touchdowns.  The Panthers are 3-and-1.  New England fell to 2-and-2.

>>Bucs Beat Winless Giants

(Tampa, FL)  —  Nick Folk’s 34-yard field goal as time expired gave the Buccaneers a 25-23 over the winless Giants in Tampa.  Jameis Winston threw for 332 yards and three touchdowns for the Bucs, who improved to 2-and-1.  Eli Manning passed for 288 yards and two scores for New York, which fell to 0-and-4.

>>Some NFL Players Continue To Kneel During Anthem

(Undated)  —  Some NFL players are continuing to protest on the sidelines during the playing of the national anthem.  Three members of the Dolphins knelt during the playing of the anthem before their game against the Saints in London.  Six players from the Bills and two from the Lions followed suit before their games.

>>MLB Season Ends

(Undated)  —  The 2017 MLB regular season is in the books.  The 162-game campaign ended for all teams yesterday.  The playoffs get underway with the American League Wild Card Game between the Twins and Yankees in New York tomorrow.  The Rockies and Diamondbacks meet in the NL Wild Card Game on Wednesday.

>>Kyle Busch Rallies To Win Apache Warrior 400 At Dover

(Dover, DE)  —  Kyle Busch passed Chase Elliott on the second-to-last lap to win the Apache Warrior 400 at Dover International Speedway.  Both drivers moved on in the Monster Energy NASCAR Cup Series Playoff as the field was trimmed from 16-to-12.  Ryan Newman, Austin Dillon, Kasey Kahne and Kurt Busch were eliminated from contention.

 

>>SUNDAY’S SCOREBOARD

NFL
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New Orleans Saints 20, Miami Dolphins 0  (at London, England)
Buffalo Bills 23, Atlanta Falcons 17
Carolina Panthers 33, New England Patriots 30
New York Jets 23, Jacksonville Jaguars 20  (OT)
Pittsburgh Steelers 26, Baltimore Ravens 9
Detroit Lions 14, Minnesota Vikings 7
Houston Texans 57, Tennessee Titans 14
Los Angeles Rams 35, Dallas Cowboys 30
Cincinnati Bengals 31, Cleveland Browns 7
Tampa Bay Buccaneers 25, New York Giants 23
Philadelphia Eagles 26, Los Angeles Chargers 24
Arizona Cardinals 18, San Francisco 49ers 15  (OT)
Denver Broncos 16, Oakland Raiders 10
Seattle Seahawks 46, Indianapolis Colts 18

MLB National League
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Atlanta Braves 8, Miami Marlins 5
San Francisco Giants 5, San Diego Padres 4
Philadelphia Phillies 11, New York Mets 0
Pittsburgh Pirates 11, Washington Nationals 8
Los Angeles Dodgers 6, Colorado Rockies 3
Milwaukee Brewers 6, St. Louis Cardinals 1
Cincinnati Reds 3, Chicago Cubs 1

MLB American League
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Oakland Athletics 5, Texas Rangers 2
Toronto Blue Jays 2, New York Yankees 1
Cleveland Indians 3, Chicago White Sox 1
Houston Astros 4, Boston Red Sox 3
Los Angeles Angels 6, Seattle Mariners 2
Tampa Bay Rays 6, Baltimore Orioles 0
Minnesota Twins 5, Detroit Tigers 1

MLB Interleague
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Arizona Diamondbacks 14, Kansas City Royals 2

(End of regular season)

 

NBA Preseason
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Miami Heat 96, Atlanta Hawks 90
Toronto Raptors 121, LA Clippers 113

NHL Preseason
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Washington Capitals 4, St. Louis Blues 3
New York Islanders 5, Philadelphia Flyers 2
San Jose Sharks 5, Vegas Golden Knights 3

(End of preseason)

 

WNBA Finals
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Minnesota Lynx 80, Los Angeles Sparks 69
(Best-of-five Finals tied, 2-2)

NASCAR
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Apache Warrior 400  (at Dover, DE)
1. Kyle Busch
2. Chase Elliott
3. Jimmie Johnson

 

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

NFL
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8:30 p.m. – Washington Redskins at Kansas City Chiefs

MLB Playoffs
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No Games Scheduled

NHL
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No Games Scheduled

NBA Preseason
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7:30 p.m. – Charlotte Hornets at Boston Celtics
8:00 p.m. – Orlando Magic at Memphis Grizzlies
8:30 p.m. – Milwaukee Bucks at Dallas Mavericks
10:00 p.m. – San Antonio Spurs at Sacramento Kings
10:30 p.m. – Denver Nuggets at Los Angeles Lakers