Monday Morning Sports For November 30th

Posted on Monday, November 30, 2015 06:11 AM

In the NFL, New England lost for the first time this season in overtime, 30-24 to Denver as C-J Anderson ran 48 yards for the winning score. Patriots tight end Rob Gronkowski suffered a knee injury late in the 4th quarter....Seattle kept its playoff hopes alive with a 39-30 win over Pittsburgh as quarterback Russell Wilson threw five touchdown passes. Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger suffered a concussion in the 4th quarter....NFC West leading Arizona downed San Francisco 19-13 to improve to 9 and 2....Washington moved into a tie for first in the NFC East with the Giants after winning over New York 20-14. In other play, it was Minnesota 20 Atlanta 10....Kansas City 30 Buffalo 22....New York Jets 38 Miami 20.....Indianapolis 25 Tampa Bay 12.....San Diego 31 Jacksonville 25.....Oakland 24 Tennessee 21....Houston 24 New Orleans 6 and Cincinnati 31 St. Louis 7.

Edmonton winning the Grey Cup. The Eskimos rallied from 13 points down early on and scored a late touchdown for a 26-20 win over Ottawa.

Just one game in the NHL, Florida getting by Detroit in overtime 2-1.

In the NBA, the Raptors lost to Phoenix 107-102........Elsewhere, it was Charlotte 87 Milwaukee 82....Los Angeles Clippers 107 Minnesota 99.....Brooklyn 87 Detroit 83....Orlando 110 Boston 91....Memphis 92 Philadelphia 84....Houston 116 New York 111 and Indiana 107 Los Angeles Lakers 103.

Kobe Bryant has announced he will be retiring at the end of this season after playing 20 years with the Los Angeles Lakers and winning five titles.