The Rundown for October 19, 2020

CORONAVIRUS UPDATES… The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the U.S. has reached 8,154,206 and the nation’s death toll stands at 219,672, according to figures released last night by Johns Hopkins University… Former Food and Drug Administration commissioner Dr. Scott Gottlieb warned during an appearance on CNN’s “Face the Nation” yesterday that the current wave of new coronavirus infections is likely to be the “biggest wave” the nation experiences before a vaccine. Dr, Gottlieb’s comments came as hospitalizations are rising in 42 states, and 45 states have expanding epidemics.

CONGRESS SEEKS STIMULUS PACKAGE… House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said during an appearance on ABC’s “This Week” yesterday that a deal on any new stimulus package must be reached by tomorrow if Congress is to pass legislation by Election Day. She added that she and Treasury Secretary Steven Mnuchin had considerable differences on a potential package that is set to cost between $1.8 trillion and $2.2 trillion. Meanwhile Senate Majority Leader Mitch McConnell said yesterday that the Senate will vote Wednesday on a Republican-backed $500 billion coronavirus stimulus bill.

MICHIGAN GOVERNOR BLASTS TRUMP RHETORIC… Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer said during an appearance on NBC’s “Meet the Press yesterday that President Trump’s criticism of her at a rally was “incredibly disturbing” after he called her “dishonest” and drew shouts of “lock her up” from the crowd. Whitmer, who was targeted an alleged kidnapping plot that was uncovered by the FBI earlier this month, accused Trump of inciting domestic terrorism with his rhetoric. At a rally in Michigan on Saturday, Trump slammed her support for restrictions to limit the spread of the novel coronavirus.

COLORADO WILDFIRES… A Colorado wildfire has forced the evacuation of almost 3,000 people in Boulder County. The CalWood fire, which began Saturday, consumed nearly 9,000 acres by yesterday. Authorities believe a large number of homes were destroyed. Meanwhile, the Cameron Peak fire, which started in mid-August and is burning west of Fort Collins, has grown to 318 square miles and was 62-percent contained yesterday.

HIKER MISSING FOR 2 WEEKS FOUND ALIVE… A hiker who was missing in Zion National Park for nearly two weeks has been found alive. 38-year-old Holly Courtier, who hadn’t been seen since entering the park on October 6, was found by search and rescue teams that had acted on a tip. Authorities said Courtier was reunited with her family and left the park in good condition.

ENTERTAINMENT
ACTOR ZACHERY TY BRYAN ARRESTED
… Actor Zachery Ty Bryan, who is best known for playing Brad Taylor on the 1990s sitcom “Home Improvement,” was arrested in Oregon Friday on a felony charge of strangulation and misdemeanor charges for assault and interfering with making a police report. The 39-year-old Bryan was taken into custody after officers responded to reports of a physical dispute at an apartment complex. The assault victim was reportedly a 27-year-old woman.

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE… The Liam Neeson thriller “Honest Thief” took in $3.7 million to debut atop the weekend box office. Last week’s champ, “The War with Grandpa,” slipped to second place with $2.5 million. “Tenet” made $1.6 million to finish third. “The Nightmare Before Christmas” brought in $1.3 million for a fourth-place finish. “Hocus Pocus” capped the top five with $756,000.

SPORTS
MLB
NATIONAL LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES SCORE

L.A. DODGERS 4 – Atlanta 3
(in Arlington)… The Dodgers edged the Braves in Game 7 to complete their comeback from 2-0 and 3-1 deficits to capture the National League pennant. They will battle the Tampa Bay Rays in the World Series beginning tomorrow in Arlington. Kiké Hernandez delivered a pinch-hit game-tying solo homer in the bottom of the sixth inning and Cody Bellinger added a go-ahead blast in the seventh. Will Smith tied the game with a two-run single in the third.

NFL SCORES
Chicago 23 – CAROLINA 16
… Nick Foles threw a touchdown pass and ran for a score as the Bears (5-1) held off the Panthers (3-3).

Baltimore 30 – PHILADELPHIA 28… The Ravens (5-1) withstood a fourth-quarter rally to down the Eagles (1-4-1). Lamar Jackson threw for a score and rushed for 108 yards and a TD.

Atlanta 40 – MINNESOTA 23… Matt Ryan found Julio Jones with two of his four touchdown passes and the Falcons (1-5) rolled past the Vikings (1-5). Jones had eight catches for 137 yards.

PITTSBURGH 38 – Cleveland 7… James Conner ran for 101 yards and a score in leading the Steelers (5-0) past the Browns (5-2). Minkah Fitzpatrick returned an interception 33 yards for a touchdown.

TENNESSEE 42 – Houston 36 (OT)… Derrick Henry took a direct snap and ran 5 yards for the winning score in overtime as the Titans (5-0) outlasted the Texans (1-5). Henry ran for 212 yards and two scores on the day. A.J. Brown caught two of Ryan Tannehill’s four touchdown passes. Anthony Firkser had eight receptions for 113 yards and a score.

INDIANAPOLIS 31 – Cincinnati 27… Philip Rivers passed for 371 yards and three touchdowns in leading the Colts (4-2) past the Bengals (1-4-1). Marcus Johnson had five catches for 108 yards.

N.Y. GIANTS 20 – Washington 19… The Giants (1-5) stopped a two-point conversion attempt with 43 seconds left to preserve their win over Washington (1-5). Tae Crowder’s 43-yard fumble return for a fourth-quarter touchdown proved to be the difference.

Denver 18 – NEW ENGLAND 12… Brandon McManus booted six field goals to 54 yards and the Broncos (2-3) held off the Patriots (2-3). Phillip Lindsay rushed for 101 yards.

Detroit 34 – JACKSONVILLE 16… Dandre Swift rushed for 116 yards and two touchdowns as the Lions (2-3) handled the Jaguars (1-5). Kenny Golladay caught four Matthew Stafford passes for 105 yards.

MIAMI 24 – N.Y. Jets 0… Ryan Fitzpatrick thew touchdown passes to three different receivers and the Dolphins (3-3) blanked the Jets (0-6).

TAMPA BAY 38 – Green Bay 10… The Buccaneers (4-2) cruised past the Packers (4-1) after spotting them an early 10-point lead. Tom Brady threw a pair of touchdown passes. Ronald Jones ran for 113 yards and two scores.

SAN FRANCISCO 24 – L.A. Rams 16… Jimmy Garoppolo threw three first-half touchdown passes and the 49ers (3-3) hung on to down the Rams (4-2). George Kittle had seven catches for 109 yards and a score.

MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL
Kansas City (4-1) is at Buffalo (4-1)…
Dallas (2-3) hosts Arizona (3-2)

The Rundown for October 15, 2020

CORONAVIRUS UPDATES… The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the U.S. has reached 7,916,118, and the nation’s death toll stands at 216,734, according to figures released last night by Johns Hopkins University… The Centers for Disease Control and Prevention yesterday offered good news in its forecast about coronavirus vaccines. The CDC promised some vaccines by the end of the year in a posting on its coronavirus website. Vaccines are being developed and tested under the auspices of the National Institutes of Health. The Food and Drug Administration will give any emergency use authorization or approval.

BARRETT COMPLETES TESTIMONY AT CONFIRMATION HEARINGS… Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett completed her questioning yesterday on the third day of her four-day Senate Judiciary Committee confirmation hearing. She maintained her platform of fairness and open-mindedness but avoided questions aimed at specific issues. Notably, she dodged questioning from Senator and vice-presidential candidate Kamala Harris on voting rights, COVID-19 and climate change. She told Vermont Senator Patrick Leahy that it was an “open question” whether Trump could pardon himself and added that the top U.S. judicial body “can’t control” whether a president obeys its decisions. Under questioning by Nebraska Republican Senator Ben Sasse, Barrett couldn’t name the five freedoms protected by the First Amendment to the U.S. Constitution (They are: freedom of religion, freedom of speech, freedom of the press, the right to assembly and the right to petition the government). The hearings conclude today with testimony of witnesses.

TRUMP, BIDEN TO HOST TOWN HALLS… President Trump and his Democratic challenger Joe Biden will be hosting separate town halls tonight in lieu of their cancelled second presidential debate. ABC last week agreed to air Biden’s town hall from Philadelphia with ABC News political analyst George Stephanopoulos as moderator. Yesterday, NBC agreed to broadcast a competing Trump town hall from Miami, moderated by “Today” host Savannah Guthrie. A final debate between Trump and Biden is scheduled for next Thursday in Nashville.

EARLY VOTING TURNOUT SHATTERING RECORDS… Early voting records are already being broken as the U.S. closes within three weeks of the presidential election. Voters waited in long lines yesterday to cast their ballots in Texas, Virginia, Georgia and Tennessee. Early voting is already underway in 18 other states. More than 14.9 million votes have been cast so far, shattering records from 2016.

TENNESSEE ABORTION LAW RULED UNCONSTITUTIONAL… A federal judge yesterday struck down Tennessee’s 48-hour waiting period law for abortions as unconstitutional. The 2015 law requires women to make two trips to an abortion clinic, first for mandatory counseling and then for the abortion at least 48 hours later. In his ruling, U.S. District Judge Bernard Freidman found that the law serves no legitimate purpose while placing a substantial burden on women who seek abortions in the state.

ENTERTAINMENT
SHOWTIME REVIVES ‘DEXTER’
… Showtime announced yesterday that it is reviving “Dexter” for a limited series. Michael C. Hall returns to star in the serial-killer drama. Production on 10 new episodes is scheduled to begin in early 2021 and the premiere is set for late 2021. The original series ran from 2006 to 2013 on the cable network.

‘YELLOWSTONE’ SEASON 3 COMING TO PEACOCK… Season 3 of “Yellowstone” arrives on the Peacock November 22. The streaming service already has the show’s first two seasons. The third season, which is cable’s most-watched series of 2020, ended in August on Paramount Network and continues to air on the channel. Kevin Costner stars in the series as John Dutton, who controls the largest, contiguous ranch in the U.S.

SPORTS
MLB
AMERICAN LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES SCORE

HOUSTON 4 – Tampa Bay 3
(in San Diego)… The Astros held off the Rays in Game 4 to avoid a series sweep. George Springer blasted a tie-breaking two-run homer in the bottom of the fifth inning. Jose Altuve homered in the first with the bases empty. Starter Zack Greinke gave up two runs on five hits over six innings. Neither team announced a starter for today’s Game 5.

NATIONAL LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES SCORE
L.A. Dodgers 15 – ATLANTA 3
(in Arlington)… The Dodgers erupted to score 11 runs in the top of the first inning and coasted past the Braves to pull within 2-1 in the series. The 11 runs are the most ever scored in a single inning by a team in the history of Major League Baseball postseason play. Joc Pederson blasted a three-run homer and Max Muncy unloaded a grand slam. Edwin Rios, Cody Bellnger and Corey Seager smacked solo homers. Starter Julio Urias allowed just a run on three hits over five innings. Righthander Bryse Wilson takes the mound for Atlanta today’s Game 4. L.A. sends lefthander Clayton Kershaw to the mound after back spasms made him a scratch for Game 2.

COLLEGE FOOTBALL NEWS… University of Alabama head football coach Nick Saban announced yesterday that he had tested positive for the coronavirus. The 68-year-old Saban said he has no symptoms. Offensive coordinator, Steve Sarkisian, will take over in Saban’s absence.

The Rundown for October 14, 2020

CORONAVIRUS UPDATES… The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the U.S. has reached 7,852,022, and the nation’s death toll stands at 215,818, according to figures released last night by Johns Hopkins University… Drug maker Eli Lilly has halted a clinical trial for a coronavirus antibody treatment due to a “potential safety concern,” the New York Times reported yesterday. The government-sponsored trial was tested on hundreds of hospitalized COVID-19 patients. On Monday, Johnson & Johnson paused its coronavirus vaccine trial because of an illness in a patient. Last month, AstraZeneca halted its vaccine trial after two participants had adverse side effects.

BARRETT HEARING… Supreme Court nominee Amy Coney Barrett maintained she was agenda-free yesterday during a second day questioning by members of the Senate Judiciary Committee. She declined to preview how she would rule on such issues as Roe v. Wade or Obamacare and did not commit to recusing herself from a potential Trump v. Biden case that might emerge from the presidential election. California Senator and vice-presidential candidate Kamala Harris criticized Republicans for rushing to confirm Barrett rather than passing additional legislation to address the coronavirus pandemic portrayed Barrett as a threat to the Affordable Care Act. Rhode Island Senator Sheldon Whitehouse asked no questions but used a chart to identify the use of dark money in politics.

NO CHARGES IN DOJ UNMASKING INVESTIGATION… The Justice Department has ended its investigation into whether former Obama administration officials improperly sought to uncover the identities of individuals described in national security documents without finding any evidence of wrongdoing, according to a report yesterday in the Washington Post. President Trump had used the practice of “unmasking” to support his claims that his political opponents and critics should be arrested. Right-wing media portrayed the practice as political conspiracy. Former U.S. Attorney John Bash, who conducted the investigation launched by Attorney General William Barr, resigned from the Justice Department last week.

HIGH COURT DECISION ENDS CENSUS COUNTING… The Supreme Court ruled yesterday that the Trump administration can immediately end counting for the 2020 U.S. census a month earlier than originally scheduled. The decision put on hold a lower court ruling that ordered the once-in-a-decade population count to continue until October 31. The Trump administration argued in its appeal that the count must be finished immediately to allow the Census Bureau enough time to meet the congressionally mandated December 31 deadline. The nationwide population tabulation, conducted once every 10 years, determines how many seats in the House of Representatives and Electoral College each state receives. Civil rights groups had argued that ending the counting early will produce an undercount.

VIRGINIA GOVERNOR TARGETED IN ANTI-GOVERNMENT PLOT… Anti-government gangmembers accused of plotting to kidnap Michigan Governor Gretchen Whitmer also discussed kidnapping Virginia Governor Ralph Northam, according to an FBI agent’s testimony at yesterday’s court hearing. Special Agent Richard Trask said the plot to kidnap Northam was discussed during a June meeting in Ohio that drew members of anti-government groups from “four or five” states. Trask also discussed methods used in the investigation leading to charges against six men last week.

ENTERTAINMENT
ACTRESS CONCHATA FERRELL DIES
… Actress Conchata Ferrell died yesterday of complications following a cardiac arrest. She was 77. Ferrell earned Supporting Actress in a Comedy Series Emmy nominations in 2005 and 2007 for her portrayal of housekeeper Berta on “Two and a Half Men.” She also received an Outstanding Supporting Actress In A Drama Series nomination in 1992 for her role as Susan Bloom on “L.A. Law.” Her television credits included ”Good Times,” “E/R,” “Grace and Frankie,” “Buffy the Vampire Slayer” and “BJ and The Bear.” Her more recent credits included Netflix’s “The Ranch.”

NEW ALLEGATIONS AGAINST ‘CHEER’ STAR… In a new court filing yesterday, federal prosecutors say “Cheer” star Jerry Harris “exploited and violated” at least 10 boys. The new allegations were part of the government’s motion for pretrial detention. The 21-year-old Harris rose to fame earlier this year in the Netflix docuseries chronicling the cheerleading team at Navarro College in Corsicana, Texas. He was arrested and charged last month with one count of producing child pornography for allegedly soliciting nude photos from minors. Harris is currently being held in a Chicago jail.

SPORTS
MLB
AMERICAN LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES SCORE

Tampa Bay 5 – HOUSTON
2 (in San Diego)… The Rays downed the Astros to take a commanding 3-0 lead in the series. Joey Wendle stroked a two-run single and Hunter Renfroe added a two-run double as the Rays scored all five runs in the top of the sixth inning. Starter Ryan Yarbrough allowed two runs on three hits over five innings and four relievers shut the door. Tampa Bay sends Tyler Glasnow to the mound today as seeks to complete a series sweep. Zack Greinke gets the start for Houston in a matchup of righthanders. Gametime is 8:40 p.m. Eastern.

NATIONAL LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES SCORE
Atlanta 8 – L.A. DODGERS
7 (in Arlington)… The Braves withstood a four-run Dodger rally in the bottom of the ninth inning to escape with the victory and open a 2-0 lead in the series. Freddie Freeman homered with a runner aboard and knocked in a run with an infield single. Ozzie Albies went 3-for-4 with a solo homer and sacrifice fly. Atlanta sends righthander Kyle Wright to the mound for today’s Game 3. He’ll be opposed by L.A. lefty Julio Urias. First pitch is set for 6:05 p.m. Eastern.

NFL SCORE
TENNESSEE 42 – Buffalo 16
… Ryan Tannehill found Jonnu Smith with two of his three touchdown passes as the Titans (4-0) rolled past the Bills (4-1) in a matchup of teams entering the contest unbeaten. Derrick Henry rushed for a pair of scores.

NFL NEWS… The New York Jets have released two-time All-Pro running back Le’Veon Bell after less than two seasons with the team. Bell signed a four-year, $52 million contract with the Jets that included $27 million guaranteed during the 2019 offseason. Now, the former All-Pro running back will be subject to waivers, and if he is not claimed, he will be free to sign with another team.

The Rundown for October 12, 2020

CORONAVIRUS UPDATES… The number of confirmed coronavirus cases in the U.S. has reached 7,761,637, and the nation’s death toll stands at 214,767, according to figures released last night by Johns Hopkins University… President Trump’s physician has cleared him to return to an active schedule, but has not said whether the president has produced a negative coronavirus test. Twitter yesterday flagged a Trump tweet in which he claimed he was now “immune” to COVID-19 following treatment. The social media noted that the tweet “violated Twitter rules about spreading misleading and potentially harmful information.”

FAUCI DISPUTES APPEARANCE IN TRUMP CAMPAIGN AD… Dr. Anthony Fauci, the U.S.’ top infectious diseases expert, said President Donald Trump’s re-election campaign used distorted video of him in an ad without consent. Dr. Fauci said he was captured out of context with footage of him saying “I can’t imagine that anybody could be doing more” to suggest he was praising the president’s response to the pandemic. However, Dr. Fauci says he was discussing the broader effort, including by the White House coronavirus task force.

BARRETT CONFIRMATION HEARINGS BEGIN TODAY… Four days of Senate confirmation hearings for President Trump’s pick to fill a vacant Supreme Court seat begin today. The selection of Amy Coney Barrett to replace the late Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg has become politically controversial. Democrats argue that the vacancy shouldn’t be filled until after the election so that voters have a say. Barrett’s nomination would give conservatives a 6-3 majority on the Supreme Court.

JAIME HARRISON SETS FUNDRAISING RECORD… Democratic challenger Jaime Harrison of South Carolina raised a record $57 million in the third quarter of 2020 in his bid to unseat U.S. Senator Lindsey Graham. The amount raised is easily the most a Senate candidate has ever brought in for a quarter, topping the $38.1 million raised by former Democratic Representative Beto O’Rourke during his unsuccessful 2018 U.S. Senate bid in Texas. Recent polls have shown Harrison and Graham are running a tight race.

GAS PRICES DROP A PENNY… The average price for a gallon of regular-grade gasoline in the U.S. fell half a penny over the past two weeks to just under $2.25 per gallon, according to a nationwide survey of gas stations released yesterday. The Lundberg Survey found that the most expensive gas was in the San Francisco Bay Area, where it cost $3.36 per gallon. The cheapest gas was in Houston, where a gallon cost $1.78.

ENTERTAINMENT
21 SAVAGE & METRO BOOMIN TOP ALBUM CHART
… 21 Savage & Metro Boomin’s “Savage Mode II” sold 171,000 copies to debut atop the Billboard 200 album chart. BLACKPINK’s “The Album” finished second with 110,000 units sold. Pop Smoke’s “Shoot for the Stars Aim for the Moon” jumped one spot to No. 3 on sales of 68,000 units. YG’s “My Life 4Hunnid” finished fourth on sales of 64,000 units. Bryson Tiller’s “Anniversary” at No. 5 with 57,000 copies sold.

WEEKEND BOX OFFICE… “The War with Grandpa” took in $3.6 million to top the weekend box office. “Tenet” slid into second place with $2.1 million. “Hocus Pocus” finished third with $1.1 million. “The New Mutants” made $685,000 to finish fourth. “Unhinged” capped the top five with $660,000.

SPORTS
LAKERS WIN NBA TITLE
… The Los Angeles Lakers captured their 17th NBA title last night with a 106-93 win over the Miami Heat in Game 6 of the NBA Finals. The title is their first since 2010 and ties them with Boston for the most ever. The Lakers built a 28-point halftime lead and never looked back. LeBron James led the way with 28 points, 14 rebounds and 10 assists. Anthony Davis added 19 points and 15 boards.

MLB
AMERICAN LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES SCORE

TAMPA BAY 2 – Houston 1
(in San Diego)… The Rays held off the Astros in Game 1 of the American League Championship Series. Starter Blake Snell allowed a run on six hits over five innings in outdueling counterpart Framber Valdez. Randy Arozarena smacked a game-tying solo homer in the bottom of the fourth inning. Mike Zunino’s fifth-inning single scored Willy Adames with the decisive run. Tampa Bay’s Charlie Morton will face Houston’s Lance McCullers in a matchup of righthanders today in Game 2. First pitch is set for 4:07 p.m. Eastern.

NATIONAL LEAGUE CHAMPIONSHIP SERIES OPENS TODAY… The Atlanta Braves meet the L.A. Dodgers in Arlington today to open the National League Championship Series. Both teams are unbeaten in the postseason. The Braves swept Cincinnati in the Wild-Card round and Miami in the NLDS. Atlanta will send lefthander Max Fried to the mound where he’ll be opposed by L.A. righthander Walker Buehler. Gametime is 8:08 p.m. Eastern.

NFL SCORES
HOUSTON 30 – Jacksonville 14
… DeShaun Watson threw touchdown passes to three different receivers as the Texans (1-4) pounded the Jaguars (1-4).

Arizona 30 – N.Y. JETS 10… Kyler Murray passed for 380 yards and a touchdown as the Cardinals (3-2) rolled past the Jets (0-5). Deandre Hopkins had six catches for 131 yards and a score.

PITTSBURGH 38 – Philadelphia 29… Ben Roethlisberger hit Chase Claypool with three touchdown passes as the Steelers (4-0) handled the Eagles (1-3-1). Claypool had seven receptions for 110 yards.

Carolina 23 – ATLANTA 16… Teddy Bridgewater threw for 313 yards and two touchdowns in leading the Panthers (3-2) past the Falcons (0-5). Robby Anderson had eight receptions for 112 yards. After the game, Atlanta announced the firings of head coach Dan Quinn and General Manager Thomas Dimitroff.

Las Vegas 40 – KANSAS CITY 32… Derek Carr threw three touchdown passes and Josh Jacobs rushed for two scores as the Raiders (3-2) shocked the Chiefs (4-1). Henry Ruggs III had a 72-yard TD reception in the second quarter.

L.A. Rams 30 – WASHINGTON 10… Jared Goff had two scoring tosses and a touchdown run to lead the Rams (4-1) past Washington (1-4). Robert Woods hauled in a 56-yard scoring pass.

BALTIMORE 27 – Cincinnati 3… The Ravens (4-1) rode their defense to an easy win over the Bengals (0-3-1). Patrick Queen returned a fumble 53 yards for a touchdown. Lamar Jackson threw TD passes to Marquise Brown and Mark Andrews.

Miami 43 – SAN FRANCISCO 17… Ryan Fitzpatrick completed 22 of 28 passes for 350 yards and three touchdowns and the Dolphins (2-3) crushed the injury-riddled 49ers (2-3). Preston Williams had four receptions for 106 yards and a score.

DALLAS 37 – N.Y. Giants 34… Greg Zeurlein booted a 34-yard field goal as time expired to lift the Cowboys (2-3) over the Giants (0-5). It was a costly win for Dallas, as quarterback Dak Prescott was carted off the field in the third quarter with a fractured right ankle and underwent season-ending surgery last night.

CLEVELAND 32 – Indianapolis 23… The Browns (4-1) came up with a pair of big plays defensively in fighting off the Colts (3-1). They recorded a fourth-quarter safety and Ronnie Harrison returned an interception 47 yards for a touchdown. Baker Mayfield threw two touchdown passes.

SEATTLE 27 – Minnesota 26… Russell Wilson’s second touchdown pass to DK Metcalf came from 6 yards out with 15 seconds remaining and gave the Seahawks (5-0) a come-from-behind win over the Vikings (1-4). Will Dissly also caught a Wilson scoring toss.

MONDAY NIGHT FOOTBALL
Denver (1-3) is at New England (2-2)…
New Orleans (2-2) hosts the L.A. Chargers (1-3)

TUESDAY’S NFL SCHEDULE
Buffalo (4-0) is at Tennessee (3-0)