Cowboys Face Eagles On Sunday
(Frisco, TX) — The Cowboys will try to snap a three-game losing streak when they host the Eagles on Sunday night. First-place is at stake in the NFC East, although both teams are struggling at 3-and-3. Dallas fell 24-22 to the Jets, while Philly is coming off a 38-20 loss at Minnesota. Join us at 6 this evening at Teddy Jack’s Armadillo Grill – 5080 S. Coulter for the Dallas Cowboys Huddle Live. David Lovejoy and Tim Butler will be there talking about the Cowboys loss to the Jets and the upcoming game with the Eagles. Teddy Jack’s has a full dinner menu, happy hour prices until 7 and we will sign you up to win a $25 Teddy Jack’s Gift Card.
Cowboys Have Lengthy Injury List
(Frisco, TX) — Six starters were held out of the Cowboys’ practice. Pro Bowl wideout Amari Cooper sat out with a thigh contusion and ankle issue. Slot receiver Randall Cobb missed the session with a back injury. Starting offensive tackles Tyron Smith and La’el Collins did not practice because of ankle and knee injuries. Cornerbacks Anthony Brown and Byron Jones were held out with hamstring issues. The Cowboys signed defensive lineman Justin Hamilton to replace Tyrone Crawford, who is scheduled for hip surgery.
Texans Will Face Colts Next
(Houston, TX) — The Texans are back on the practice field today to prepare for a Sunday matchup with the Colts in Indianapolis. Houston will try to win its third straight. Houston is 4-and-2, while the Colts are 3-and-2. The Texans re-signed veteran offensive tackle Chris Clark and put former starting tackle Seantrel Henderson on the non-football injury list.
Broncos Host Chiefs On TNF
(Denver, CO) — The NFL’s Thursday Night Football spotlight shines on the AFC West this week as the Chiefs battle the Broncos in Denver. The Broncos have won two straight following an 0-and-4 start, while Kansas City has dropped its last two games after starting 4-and-0. Receiver Sammy Watkins will not suit up for the Chiefs tonight due to a hamstring injury.
Rainout Changes ALCS Schedule
(Bronx, NY) — Game Four of the American League Championship Series will be tonight after rain forced the postponement of the Astros and Yankees matchup yesterday. Game Five will be tomorrow night at Yankee Stadium, which was scheduled to be a travel day. Houston leads the best-of-seven series two games to one. If necessary, Games Six and Seven would be played Saturday and Sunday in Houston.
Greinke, Verlander To Start Next Two
(Bronx, NY) — Astros manager A.J. Hinch announced Zack Greinke would start tonight and Justin Verlander tomorrow in Games Four and Five of the ALCS. Both will be working on normal four-days rest. Greinke is 0-and-2, allowing nine runs and five homers in nine-and-two-thirds innings in two postseason starts. Masahiro Tanaka will start Game Four for the Yankees.
Blue Jackets Top Lackluster Stars
(Columbus, OH) — The Dallas Stars’ losing streak is at four and counting after falling 3-2 to the Blue Jackets in Columbus. Miro Heiskanen and Joe Pavelski lit the lamp for the Stars, who are 1-6-and-1. Ben Bishop logged 32 saves in defeat. The Stars remain on the road, playing tomorrow night in Pittsburgh.
Columbus Blue Jackets 3, Dallas Stars 2
Washington Capitals 4, Toronto Maple Leafs 3
Pittsburgh Penguins 3, Colorado Avalanche 2 (OT)
Edmonton Oilers 6, Philadelphia Flyers 3
Anaheim Ducks 5, Buffalo Sabres 2
San Jose Sharks 5, Carolina Hurricanes 2
Harden Scores 40, But Rockets Lose
(Houston, TX) — James Harden had 40 points and 10 rebounds in the Rockets’ 128-114 loss to the Spurs in a preseason game in Houston. Russell Westbrook and Eric Gordon each contributed 14 points. Houston will conclude its exhibition slate tomorrow at the Heat. The Rockets are 3-and-2 in the preseason.
Mavs Play Final Exhibition Game Tonight
(Vancouver, British Columbia) — The Mavericks will play their final exhibition game tonight when they meet the Clippers in the NBA Canada Series in Vancouver. Dallas is 1-and-3 on the preseason. Dallas will tip off the regular season Wednesday hosting the Washington Wizards.
College Football Round Up
(Undated) — In college football Saturday, number-15 Texas will host Kansas, number-18 Baylor will be at Oklahoma State for a Big 12 game, number-19 and unbeaten SMU will host Temple, TCU will be at Kansas State, Texas A&M travels to Ole Miss, North Texas will host Middle Tennessee and Texas Tech will welcome Iowa State to Lubbock. West Texas A&M hosts Angelo State.
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