WHPO Sports Report
- by: WHPO Editor
- on: January 06, 2014
- school: WHPO Sports Report
Monday, December 30, 2013
Here’s Your WHPO Sports Report…..
The Chicago Bears’ playoff hopes disappeared in stunning fashion Sunday as Aaron Rodgers hit a wide-open Randall Cobb on a 48-yard touchdown pass with 38 seconds remaining to give the Green Bay Packers a 33-28 victory at Soldier Field, securing the NFC North title and a home playoff game. Matt Forte ran for 110 yards and two scores. He also had 47 yards receiving with a touchdown catch. The Bears finished 8-8 in coach Marc Trestman’s first season.
Colts beat Jacksonville 30 – 10. Andrew Luck threw for 282 yards – which put him over 8,000 yards passing in his first 2 seasons in the league, which is a NFL record.
Carolina got by Atlanta 21 – 20 and clinched the NFC South title
Cincinnati beat the Ravens 34 – 17, knocking last year’s Super Bowl Champs Baltimore out of the playoffs
Tennessee 16 – Houston 10, giving the Texans the worst record in the NFL at 2-14 and the 1st pick in the NFL draft in May
Jets beat the Dolphins 20 – 7
Minnesota beat Detroit 14 – 13 – the final game in the infamous Metrodome
the Browns fired their 1st year coach Rob Chudzinski after Cleveland lost to Pittsburg 20 – 7
Peyton Manning threw 4 first-half TD passes and set the NFL record for single-season passing yards in Denver’s 34-14 win over Oakland
New England beat Buffalo 34 – 20
Giants beat the Redskins 20 – 6…. Washington coach Mike Shanahan will likely be fired today.
Saints beat up on Tampa Bay 42 – 17
49ers 23 – Arizona 20. San Francisco will travel to Green Bay for their 1st round playoff game
San Diego earned a wild card playoff spot with a 27-23 OT victory against Kansas City
Seattle wrapped up home field advantage for the NFC playoffs after beating St. Louis 27 – 9
Eagles beat the Cowboys 24 – 22 to clinch the NFC East title.
Everton beat Southhampton 2 – 1
Arsenal over Newcastle 1 – 0
Chelsea 2 – Liverpool 1
Tottenham blanked Stoke City 3 – 0
Bismarck-Henning claimed its first Christmas tournament title since 2006 with a 36-35 victory over Salt Fork in the championship game of the BSN Classic on Saturday.
Watseka won the Girls BSN Classic title – beating Shiloh in the Championship game Saturday 49 – 41. The Warriors’ Devin Curry was named the MVP of the tournament and was named to the All-Tournament team along with teammate Taylor Bauer.
That’s Sports…..I’m Kevin Jett