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Sunday Summary Just In Case You Missed Something


  • The San Francisco 49er's announced on Sunday that quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo will miss the remainder of the season. The 31-year-old broke his left foot after it was awkwardly caught under the knee of a Miami Dolphins defender in the 1st quarter of Sundays 33-17 win.

  • Dallas Cowboys running back Ezekiel Elliot did not start the game for the 1st time in any game that he has played in. He did come out onto the field for the 4th play of the Cowboys 2nd series. Owner Jerry Jones did say after the game that it was result of disciplinary action, he added that it was not a serious issue what so ever.

  • Baltimore Ravens quarterback Lamar Jackson exited Sundays game against the Denver Broncos with a knee injury. Head coach John Harbaugh did say post game that the injury is not season ending and that more tests will be done today.


  • Los Angeles Laker Anthony Davis turned in a spectacular performance that only 9 other players in NBA history have done before. AD scored 55 points and had 17 rebounds and 3 blocks in Los Angeles 130-119 win over the Washington Wizards.

  • The League leading Boston Celtics snapped the Brooklyn Nets 4 game winning streak with a 103-92 win on Sunday night. Jaylen Brown had 34 points and 10 rebounds, while Jayson Tatum contributed 29 points and 11 rebounds. Tatum and Brown making comments about the defense after the game:

Tatum - “Our defense definitely won us the game tonight, no doubt about that”
Brown - “Even though we’ve been scoring the ball at a high clip, record-breaking numbers, defensively we can’t let that rope slip. So tonight was a great game.”


  • To the vexation of most Boston Fans, the Red Sox have yet to make a competitive offer to free-agent short stop Xander Bogaerts. There are upwards of 11 teams now showing interest in the 30-year-old star heading into winter meetings.

  • 5 time All-Star and 3 time Silver Slugger, Fred "Crime Dog" McGriff was elected to the Baseball Hall Of Fame on Sunday. The 59-year-old received votes from all 16 members of the Hall's Contemporary Era Committee.

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