Patriots' Brady Hits More Milestones


Published on December 3 2018 6:18 am
Last Updated on December 4 2018 6:10 am

New England Patriots quarterback Tom Brady hit two more career milestones Sunday in the team’s win against the Minnesota Vikings. Brady completed his 579th touchdown pass, tying him with Peyton Manning for the most all time, and reached 1,000 career rushing yards. It was also the 250th career coaching victory for Bill Belichick.

Packers  Fire Head Coach

The Green Bay Packers fired head coach Mike McCarthy following Sunday’s loss to the Arizona Cardinals. McCarthy posted a record of 125-77-2 in 13 seasons with the team, including a win in Super Bowl XLV.  Former Miami Dolphins head coach Joe Philbin will serve as the interim head coach.


Former Chiefs' Hunt Embarrassed

Former Kansas City Chiefs running back Kareem Hunt now says he’s "embarrassed" and sorry for the incident in which he’s seen on video shoving and kicking a woman. The incident took place in February, but came to light when TMZ posted the video on Friday. The Chiefs released Hunt, but he says he hopes to be forgiven and given another chance in the NFL. However, it’s also reported that Hunt is being investigated by the NFL for an incident in which he punched a man in the face in June.


Chiefs' Mahomes Throws Four TD Passes

Kansas City Chiefs quarterback Patrick Mahomes threw four more touchdown passes against Oakland Sunday to join Peyton Manning and Tom Brady as the only QBs to reach the 40 TD mark through 12 games.

Rams Clinch NFL Playoff Spot

The Los Angeles Rams became the first team to clinch an NFL playoff spot Sunday with their 30-16 win over the Detroit Lions. The 4-8 Lions also clinched their first losing season since going 7-9 in 2015.

Broncos' Harris Breaks Leg

Denver Broncos cornerback Chris Harris Jr. broke his lower right leg in the first quarter of the team’s 24-10 win over the Bengals Sunday. Harris will undergo tests in Denver today, but says it’s possible he could be back by the end of December.

College Football Playoffs Set

The college football playoffs are set. Alabama will face Oklahoma in the Orange Bowl after the Sooners got in when Georgia lost to Alabama in the SEC Championship Game. In the other semifinal, Clemson and Notre Dame will square off in the Cotton Bowl. The national championship game takes place January 7th in Santa Clara, California.

Sunday, December 2 Scoreboard

New York Giants 30, Chicago 27 (OT)

Baltimore 26, Atlanta 16

Los Angeles Rams 30, Detroit 16

Denver 24, Cincinnati 10

Arizona 20, Green Bay 17

Miami 21, Buffalo 17

Houston 29, Cleveland 13

Jacksonville 6, Indianapolis 0

Tampa Bay 24, Carolina 17

Tennessee 26, New York Jets 22

New England 24, Minnesota 10

Kansas City 40, Oakland 33

Seattle 43, San Francisco 16

Los Angeles Chargers 33, Pittsburgh 30


Monday, December 3 Schedule (Time Central)

Washington at Philadelphia, 7:15 p.m.

Thursday, December 6 Schedule (Time Central)

Jacksonville at Tennessee, 7:20 p.m.

Sunday, December 9 Schedule (All Times Central)

Indianapolis at Houston, noon

New York Giants at Washington, noon

New Orleans at Tampa Bay, noon

New York Jets at Buffalo, noon

Carolina at Cleveland, noon

Baltimore at Kansas City, noon

Atlanta at  Green Bay, noon

New England at Miami, noon

Denver at San Francisco, 3:05 p.m.

Cincinnati at Los Angeles Chargers, 3:05 p.m.

Pittsburgh at Oakland, 3:25 p.m.

Philadelphia at Dallas, 3:25 p.m.

Detroit at Arizona, 3:25 p.m.

Los Angeles Rams at Chicago, 7:20 p.m.