🏈 Chiefs Drop Super Bowl Rematch

Monday Night Football was crazy....

It's Tuesday! The most highly-anticipated game of the NFL season got underway last night in Arrowhead, where we had a Super Bowl rematch between the Eagles and Chiefs. Unfortunately for Kansas City — just like Taylor Swift — the Chiefs offense was a no-show when it mattered most, and the defending champs let a win slip through their fingertips on Monday Night Football. And that wasn't the only action that went down to the wire yesterday, as the Celtics and Bruins each found themselves on the losing end of overtime upsets, and we had a thrilling late-night finish in Maui that had Bill Walton hearing colors and seeing sounds. Also, we'll step inside the Blitz Blue Medical Tent for an NFL Week 11 injury roundup. Let's go!

WTF Stat: The Chiefs have been shut out in the second half in three consecutive games. In those halves, Kansas City has had 15 drives, resulting in four turnovers and zero points - the last time the Chiefs scored a second-half point was on Oct. 22 in Week 7 against the Chargers.

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🏈 Jets are benching QB Zach Wilson for third-string QB Tim Boyle, who will start Friday against the Dolphins - Trevor Siemian will be signed from the practice squad and will serve as Boyle's backup on Friday, HC Robert Saleh said

🏈 Broncos DB Kareem Jackson has been suspended by the NFL for four games without pay after the league ruled his hit on Vikings QB Josh Dobbs on Sunday night was “a serious violation of the playing rules” - Jackson, a 14-year veteran, had just returned from a previous four-game suspension also due to illegal hits

🏈 Super Bowl Rematch + Blitz Medical Tent

Photo: Dropped. | Source: USA Today

NFL - Monday Night Football
  • Philadelphia Eagles (9-1) 21, Kansas City Chiefs (7-3) 17: In a rainy and rowdy environment from Arrowhead Stadium, Patrick Mahomes' (24/43, 177 YDS, 2 TDs, 1 INT) four-yard touchdown pass to Travis Kelce (7 REC, 44 YDS, 1 TD, 1 FUM) in the 2nd quarter helped give the Chiefs a 17-7 lead at the break. But Kansas City's offense stalled in the second half while the Birds' came alive, and Jalen Hurts (14/22, 12 CAR, 179 Tot. YDS, 2 TDs, 1 INT) scored twice in the final 30 minutes, including on Philly's patented "tush push" to give the Eagles a 21-17 lead with 6:20 remaining. Then, on the Chiefs' final drive, Marquez Valdes-Scantling (0 REC, 0 YDS) dropped a beautiful deep ball from Mahomes in brutal fashion that would've served as the go-ahead touchdown with less than two minutes to play, and Kansas City eventually turned it over on downs, allowing the Eagles to leave Arrowhead with an impressive win - Philly is now an NFL-best 9-1 and has won four in a row

  • Quick Hits: The Chiefs had two turnovers inside the red zone, including a costly Travis Kelce fumble in the 4th quarter. Kansas City had a season-high five drops and three on their final drive. Both Eagles RB D'Andre Swift (12 CAR, 3 CAR, 107 YDS, 1 TD) and Chiefs RB Isiah Pacheco (19 CAR, 89 YDS) had solid nights. AJ Brown (1 REC, 8 YDS) was held to just one reception, but DeVonta Smith (6 REC, 99 YDS) made a huge 41-yard catch to set up Hurts' game-winning score. It is Chiefs HC Andy Reid's first loss to the Eagles, his former team (previously 4-0).

See the full box score here and the current NFL standings here.

Blitz Blue Medical Tent - Notable Week 11 Injuries

  • Bengals QB Joe Burrow will miss the remainder of the season with a torn ligament in his right wrist, which forced him to exit last Thursday's loss to the Ravens

  • Seahawks QB Geno Smith has “a great chance to make it back” and play against the 49ers this Thursday despite suffering a bruised right tricep in Sunday's loss to the Rams

  • Packers RB Aaron Jones is listed as questionable for Thursday's game against the Lions after suffering a minor knee injury in Sunday's win over the Chargers - Jones was carted off the field and is relieved to have avoided a torn ACL

  • Rams WR Cooper Kupp is day-to-day and hopes to play on Sunday against the Cardinals after suffering a lateral sprain in his right ankle in Sunday's win over the Seahawks

  • Ravens TE Mark Andrews might have "an outside chance" to return from an ankle injury that the team had originally believed to be season-ending - Andrews suffered the injury in last Thursday's win against the Bengals

  • Chargers DE Joey Bosa is likely going to the injured reserve after suffering a foot sprain in Sunday's loss to the Packers - Bosa was carted to the locker room in tears

  • 49ers CB Talanoa Hufanga will miss the remainder of the season after suffering a torn ACL during Sunday's win against the Buccaneers - Hufanga, a first-team All-Pro last year, has recorded 52 tackles and three interceptions in 10 games this season

See more Week 11 injuries here.

Photo: LaMelo Magic | Source: USA Today

NBA - Top Games

  • Charlotte Hornets 121, Boston Celtics 118 (OT): Jayson Tatum (45 PTS, 7-15 3PT, 13 REB, 6 AST) went absolutely bananas, and the Hornets hadn't led since the 1st quarter until LaMelo Ball (36 PTS, 9 REB, 8 AST) capped a late 4th-quarter surge with a game-tying layup with seven seconds to play to force overtime, where Miles Bridges (14 PTS, 15 REB, 5 AST) knocked down the go-ahead three with 6.6 ticks remaining to stun the league-leading C's in NOLA - Tatum missed a free throw with 5.2 seconds left that would've tied the game after getting fouled on a three-pointer, and it was Bridges first start since serving a 10-game suspension and missing all of last year due to a domestic violence case

  • Milwaukee Bucks 142, Washington Wizards 129: Giannis Antetokounmpo (42 PTS, 20-23 FG, 13 REB, 8 AST) was getting to the hole at will and put up video game numbers to lead the Bucks past Jordan Poole (30 PTS, 11-26 FG) and the dysfunctional 'Zards - Bucks G Damian Lillard (22 PTS, 5-14 FG, 9-11 FT, 7 AST) and Wizards F Kyle Kuzma (22 PTS, 13 AST) each had decent nights as well

  • Los Angeles Clippers 124, San Antonio Spurs 99: After losing six in a row since the acquisition of James Harden (13 PTS, 4-12 FG, 10 AST), the Clippers have now put together a pair of wins and were able to coast by Victor Wembanyama (9 PTS, 4-12 FG, 3 REB, 4 AST, 2 BLK) and the struggling Spurs last night thanks to the play of Paul George (28 PTS, 5 REB, 6 AST) and Kawhi Leonard (21 PTS, 4 REB) - Keldon Johnson (22 PTS, 10 REB, 5 AST) led San Antonio in scoring

See the full NBA scoreboard here and the current standings here.

NHL - Top Games

  • Tampa Bay Lightning 5, Boston Bruins 4 (OT): After scoring three goals in the 3rd period to take a 4-3 lead, the B's let one get away from them as Steven Stamkos (1 G) tied the game with four seconds left in regulation before Brandon Hagel (1 G, 1 A) said goodnight and netted the OT-winner, giving the Bolts their third straight W - after a 10-0-1 start, the B's have now gone 4-1-2 in their last seven

  • Dallas Stars 6, New York Rangers 3: The Rangers were up 2-0. And then they weren't. After Kaapo Kakko (1 G) gave New York a two-goal lead in the 2nd period, the Stars rattled off six straight goals, including five in the 3rd period, to blow out the Blue Shirts in D-Town - Mason Marchment (1 G, 1 A), Joe Pavelski (1 G, 1 A), and Roope Hintz (1 G, 2 A) all filled up the stat sheet for Dallas

  • Florida Panthers 5, Edmonton Oilers 3: Connor McDavid (2 G) buried twice, and Evander Kane (1 G) continued his hot streak with one of his own, but it wasn't enough for Edmonton to stave off the Cats, as Niko Mikkola (2 G) and Kevin Stenlund (1 G, 2 A) rallied Florida for their seventh victory in eight games

See the full NHL scoreboard here and the current standings here.

Men's College Basketball - Top Games

  • Empire Classic Final | #5 UConn 81, #15 Texas 71: In a high-tempo Empire Classic Final from Madison Square Garden, Dillon Mitchell (21 PTS, 8 REB) and Texas refused to go away, but Alex Karaban (20 PTS, 4-8 3PT, 6 REB) and the Huskies were unrelenting and outrebounded the Longhorns 40-29 to help secure more 2023 hardware - Huskies PG Tristen Newton (8 PTS, 8 AST) was named tournament MVP

  • Maui Invitational | #4 Marquette 71, UCLA 69: Yesterday's final quarterfinal from Maui tipped off at 11:30pm ET, but if you stayed up, you were rewarded as David Joplin (19 PTS, 5-11 3PT, 4 REB) and Marquette erased a 10-point, second-half deficit, and Sean Jones (5 PTS, 1-5 3PT) hit a "take that," game-winning triple with 36 seconds left to give the Golden Eagles a late victory over Sebastian Mack (25 PTS, 6 REB) and the Bruins - Marquette will face #1 Kansas today in the semifinals, who beat Honolulu's Chaminade yesterday 83-56

  • Maui Invitational | #2 Purdue 73, #11 Gonzaga 63: Zach Edey (25 PTS, 14 REB) and the Boilermakers trailed 35-30 at the break but outscored Ryan Nembhard (11 PTS, 6 AST) and the Zags 43-28 in the second half to advance to the Maui Invitational semifinals, where they'll face Tennessee in a top-ranked matchup tonight

  • Maui Invitational | #7 Tennessee 73, Syracuse 56: Judah Mintz (15 PTS, 3 REB) and the Orange hung around for the first half, but Dalton Knecht (17 PTS, 4 AST) and the Vols came out firing in the final 20 minutes to eventually roll Cuse in yesterday's first quarterfinal - luckily, the teams agreed before the game that only side would wear orange

See the full men's scoreboard here and the full women's scoreboard here.

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With last night's win, the Eagles are 9-1 for the second consecutive season. Who was the last team to accomplish the feat before Philadelphia?

A. 2019-20 Seahawks

B. 2016-17 Patriots

C. 2005-06 Colts

D. 1997-98 Broncos


Photo: Ali-Patterson, 1965 | Source: Getty Images

On November 21, 1965, Muhammad Ali defended his world heavyweight championship with a 12th-round TKO of Floyd Patterson. Going into the fight, many so-called experts favored Patterson, doubting Ali's long-term discipline if he couldn't get an early knockout. So, instead of scoring a quick KO, Ali mocked, humiliated and punished Patterson before the referee stopped the fight in the 12th round. A New York Times reporter complained that the bout was like watching someone "pulling the wings off a butterfly." Float like a butterfly, sting like a bee! - The Greatest!


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  • NCAAM: #1 Kansas vs. #4 Marquette 10:30pm ET, ESPN - Maui Invitational SF

  • NCAAW: Chicago State @ #17 Notre Dame 7:00pm ET, ACCNX

College Football

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C. 2005-06 Colts. Before the Eagles accomplished the feat last night, the 2005-06 Colts were the last team to start with a 9-1 record in consecutive seasons. Indianapolis lost in the Divisional Round in 2005 and then went on to win it all in 2006, beating the Bears 29-17 in Super Bowl 41 - John Elway and the 1996-98 Broncos are the last team to start with a 9-1 record in three consecutive seasons.

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