Bills eliminated from playoffs with loss to Raiders

Instead of dropping a bomb on Derek Carr and the struggling Raiders, the Bills saw their playoff dreams wither up and die. Here’s what we learned from Oakland’s 26-24 win over Buffalo.

Cowboys blow out Colts, wrap up NFC East title

The Cowboys wrapped up the NFC East title by blowing out the Colts on Sunday. Has Tony Romo joined DeMarcus Murray in the MVP discussion?

Today’s Top Fantasy Sports Headlines December 21, 2014

Here are today’s top fantasy sports headlines brought to you by the GNUru! ACC suspends Harrell one game for punch Four ejected following Giants-Rams sideline brawl Karlos Dansby: (Knee) Tallies 12 Tackles in Return Dolphins drop out of playoff hunt despite Sunday's win Layman leads No. 17 Maryland past Oklahoma State Ravens fall to Texans, ...

Seven injured by lightning strike after Packers-Bucs game

Seven people have been taken to the hospital with minor injuries following a lightning strike in the parking lot of Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, following the Buccaneers’ loss to the Packers.

ACC suspends Harrell one game for punch

ACC suspends Harrell one game for punch

Four ejected following Giants-Rams sideline brawl

Things got a little testy in the Edward Jones Dome. The St. Louis Rams and the New York Giants got into a sideline brawl that led to four ejections on Sunday.

Dolphins drop out of playoff hunt despite Sunday’s win

The Dolphins dropped out of the playoff hunt despite Sunday’s thrilling victory over the Vikings. What’s in store for coach Joe Philbin and quarterback Ryan Tannehill in 2015?

Layman leads No. 17 Maryland past Oklahoma State

STILLWATER, Okla. (AP) Jake Layman had 21 points and 11 rebounds and No. 17 Maryland beat Oklahoma State 73-64 on Sunday to improve to 11-1.

Falcons eliminate rival Saints from playoff contention

The New Orleans’ Saints tailspin is effectively over. So is their season. Here’s what you need to know from Sunday’s 30-14 loss to the Atlanta Falcons.

Lions overcome sloppy play to beat Bears

The Detroit Lions overcame three turnovers, including two Matthew Stafford interceptions, to beat Jimmy Clausen and the Chicago Bears, 20-14, at Soldier Field.