- The Minnesota Vikings have made it back to .500 after a 1-5 start and are in the running for the playoffs entering the final four games. Staying in the playoff picture will require far better performances than this.
- On a day when Aaron Rodgers and Davante Adams reached personal milestones, the Green Bay Packers needed a long run from Aaron Jones to put the Philadelphia Eagles away.
- On a chilly, bleak afternoon on the lakefront, the fog seemed to be lifting on the Chicago Bears. That made it all the more jarring minutes later when Detroit Lions players leaped around interim coach Darrell Bevell on the sideline to celebrate the stop that secured their 34-30 victory.
- Apparently, for the Chicago Bears and their tortured fans, 2020′s knife isn’t done twisting. Sunday's unfathomable 34-30 ag8亚集团官方网站home loss to the Lions was sealed by one astonishing Mitch Trubisky fumble late in the fourth quarter.
- In a likely win-or-else game against the lowly Detroit Lions, the Chicago Bears packaged all of their problems for you to see in the final half of the fourth quarter.
- DePaul's men's basketball season remains on hold after Sunday’s game against Iowa State in the Big East-Big 12 Battle was canceled because of COVID-19 protocols in the Blue Demons program.
- Several former Chicago Bears weren’t holding their tongues on social media after the team blew a 10-point fourth-quarter lead against the Detroit Lions on Sunday at Soldier Field.
- Chicago Bears fans shouldn't be surprised by the team's 34-30 loss to the Detroit Lions on Sunday, but the fashion in which the Bears dropped their sixth straight was gut-wrenching nonetheless. Here are fans' best three-word reviews from the game.
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- The Detroit Lions scored two fourth-quarter touchdowns to come back from a 10-point second-half deficit and hand the Chicago Bears their sixth straight loss. The Bears last lost six straight in 2002 as part of an eight-game losing streak.
- With baseball's annual winter meetings being held virtually because of COVID-19, the Chicago Cubs and the other 29 major-league teams will attempt to address their needs by Zoom chats and other means of communication this week.
- Chicago Bulls guard Garrett Temple is quarantining in his hotel room in Chicago after testing positive for COVID-19. Through contract tracing, Temple believes he contracted the virus while in Louisiana during Thanksgiving.
- Alabama’s poll appearance streak of 210 passed Florida’s run of 209 under Steve Spurrier from 1990 to 2002. Up next is Florida State’s streak of 211 during the Bobby Bowden era from 1989 to 2001. The record belongs to Nebraska at 348 from 1981 to 2002.
- Bears general manager Ryan Pace was asked about the escalating questions about his future. "It's all about how we respond. And we can decide how we want these next five weeks to go."
- Here's how you can follow Chicago Cubs and White Sox moves at MLB’s (virtual) 2020 winter meetings on NBC Sports Chicago and Marquee Sports Network.
- Kyle Schwarber forever etched his name in Chicago Cubs lore with his return for the 2016 World Series after suffering a serious left knee injury early in the season. With the slugger's time on the North Side likely over, we look back on 10 of his greatest hits.