Down 15 late, Saints push run to 8 in OT

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(TSX / STATS) -- NEW ORLEANS -- Wil Lutz kicked a 28-yard field in overtime, climaxing a furious fourth-quarter rally from a 15-point deficit with 5:58 remaining, to lift the New Orleans Saints to their eighth consecutive victory, 34-31, over the Washington Redskins Sunday at the Mercedes-Benz Superdome.

The Saints (8-2) trailed 31-16 when Kirk Cousins completed a 7-yard touchdown pass to tight end Jeremy Sprinkle.

But Drew Brees led back-to-back touchdown drives of 75 and 83 yards, throwing 3 yards to tight end Josh Hill and 18 yards to rookie running back Alvin Kamara for touchdowns to draw the Saints within 31-29 with 1:05 left.

Brady stars, Pats rout Raiders in Mexico

(TSX / STATS) -- Leave it to Rob Gronkowski to wrap up Sunday's 33-8 New England Patriots rout of the Oakland Raiders in Mexico City on Sunday with one thought.

"It was just a fiesta all over the field, man," said Gronkowski, who had three catches in the win, after his team cruised to its sixth straight victory in what turned out to be a very easy win. (MORE)

Murray, Keenum lead Vikings past Rams

(TSX / STATS) -- MINNEAPOLIS -- Wide receiver Cooper Kupp caught the pass over the middle and turned toward the end zone looking to put the Los Angeles Rams ahead in a matchup of division leaders in the NFC.

Minnesota Vikings safety Anthony Harris -- playing for an injured Andrew Sendejo -- closed in and grabbed Kupp short of the goal line, punched the ball with his free hand, then stripped it away and recovered the fumble. (MORE)

Woeful Giants stun Chiefs 12-9 in OT

(TSX / STATS) -- EAST RUTHERFORD, N.J. -- Aldrick Rosas delivered the game-winning 23-yard field goal to give the New York Giants a thrilling 12-9 overtime victory over the Kansas City Chiefs on Sunday at MetLife Stadium.

The Giants took a 6-3 halftime lead. They also tried some rare trickery on their first drive, which included a fake punt that saw running back Shane Vereen's pass intended for tight end Evan Engram picked off by safety Daniel Sorensen. (MORE)

Trump: 'Should have left' UCLA 3 in jail

(TSX / STATS) -- After LaVar Ball downplayed President Donald Trump's involvement in getting his son and two other UCLA teammates released from China for their recent shoplifting arrest, Trump shot back that "I should have left them in jail."

UCLA freshmen basketball players LiAngelo Ball, Cody Riley and Jalen Hill were arrested on Nov. 7 for allegedly stealing sunglasses from a Louis Vuitton store next to the team's hotel in Hangzhou, where the Bruins had been staying before leaving for Shanghai to face Georgia Tech. (MORE)

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