>>Six NFL Unbeatens Remain
(Undated) -- There are still six unbeaten teams in the NFL. The Chiefs, Seahawks, Broncos and Patriots all collected wins yesterday to improve to 4-and-0 on the season. Week Four wraps up tonight in New Orleans when the 3-and-0 Saints host the unbeaten Miami Dolphins. The Jaguars, Buccaneers, Steelers and Giants remain winless.
>>NFL To Consider Playoff Expansion
(Undated) -- The NFL's postseason could be growing. ESPN's Chris Mortensen reports that the league is mulling a new schedule that would expand the playoff field from 12 to 14 teams. The format would continue the 16-game regular season, but cut the preseason down to three games. The move may not happen in time for the 2014 season.
>>Rays, Rangers To Meet In Game 163
(Arlington, TX) -- The American League's Wild Card race will require one extra game this season. The Texas Rangers will host the Tampa Bay Rays tonight for the right to play the Cleveland Indians on Wednesday. First pitch is set for 8:07 p.m. Eastern. The NL Wild Card Game is tomorrow between the Reds and Pirates from Pittsburgh.
>>USC Fires Lane Kiffin
(Los Angeles, CA) -- USC has answered the call of its fans and parted ways with head coach Lane Kiffin. The Trojans suffered a 62-41 loss at Arizona State on Saturday night and upon arrival back in Los Angeles, decided to fire Kiffin in the midst of a 4-and-7 stretch. Kiffin was in his fourth season and posted a 28-and-15 overall mark.
>>Heat Extend Head Coach Erik Spoelstra
(Miami, FL) -- The two-time defending NBA champion Miami Heat are locking up their head coach. Erik Spoelstra has agreed to a multi-year extension with the team, according to multiple outlets. Terms of the new deal were not disclosed. The 42-year-old Spoelstra took over in April of 2008 after Pat Riley stepped down.
>>Johnson Grabs Record Eighth Win At Dover
(Dover, DE) -- Jimmie Johnson conquered the Monster Mile for a record eighth time in winning Sunday at Dover International Speedway. Kyle Busch moved to within 12 points of standings leader Matt Kenseth, who ended the day seventh. The Chase heads to Kansas next week for the fourth race in the ten-event playoff format.
Buffalo Bills 23, Baltimore Ravens 20
Cleveland Browns 17, Cincinnati Bengals 6
Arizona Cardinals 13, Tampa Bay Buccaneers 10
Indianapolis Colts 37, Jacksonville Jaguars 3
Seattle Seahawks 23, Houston Texans 20 (OT)
Detroit Lions 40, Chicago Bears 32
Kansas City Chiefs 31, New York Giants 7
Minnesota Vikings 34, Pittsburgh Steelers 27
Tennessee Titans 38, New York Jets 13
Washington Redskins 24, Oakland Raiders 14
San Diego Chargers 30, Dallas Cowboys 21
Denver Broncos 52, Philadelphia Eagles 20
New England Patriots 30, Atlanta Falcons 23
Pittsburgh Pirates 4, Cincinnati Reds 2
New York Mets 3, Milwaukee Brewers 2
Atlanta Braves 12, Philadelphia Phillies 5
St. Louis Cardinals 4, Chicago Cubs 0
San Francisco Giants 7, San Diego Padres 6
Arizona Diamondbacks 3, Washington Nationals 2
Colorado Rockies 2, Los Angeles Dodgers 1
Tampa Bay Rays 7, Toronto Blue Jays 6
Baltimore Orioles 7, Boston Red Sox 6
Cleveland Indians 5, Minnesota Twins 1
Kansas City Royals 4, Chicago White Sox 1
New York Yankees 5, Houston Astros 1 (14 inn)
Texas Rangers 6, Los Angeles Angels 2
Oakland Athletics 9, Seattle Mariners 0
Miami Marlins 1, Detroit Tigers 0
New York Islanders 5, Ottawa Senators 2
New York Islanders 4, Ottawa Senators 1
AAA 400 (at Dover, DE)
1. Jimmie Johnson
2. Dale Earnhardt Jr.
3. Joey Logano
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