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DETROIT -- Aaron Rodgers didn't feel the Green Bay offense played up to its usual lofty standards. It had to rely on the defense most of the way but Rodgers and his receivers got hot at the right time. Rodgers threw a 22-yard touchdown pass to Randall...
Sun Sentinel columnistNot long after Colin McCarthy ambled down the sideline with a 49-yard pick six in Sunday's blowout of the Miami Dolphins, he got "Richied." Didn't happen on the return, of course, but seven plays later at the end of a 14-yard run by Daniel Thomas to...
Seattle SeahawksMatchup microscope Seahawks DE Chris Clemons vs. Lions OT Jeff Backus: This might be putting the pass rush before the stopping-the-run aspect that leads to it – as well as the obvious, with all hands on deck needed to defense Pro Bowl receiver...
Do fans owe their support to teams? It's a question frequently debated on great sports talk shows (such as, oh I don't know, say The Beat of Sports, hosted by Marc Daniels from 9 a.m. to noon weekdays on 740 the Game). Bill Johnston thinks so. Who's...
Give me an engaged and introspective professional athlete over a bored and dismissive one any day. Give me a player thoughtful and deep with good intentions over one cliched and shallow without a care in the world, a guy who understands that his audience...
Tags: Tennessee Titans, Health, Sports, Psychotherapy, Denver Broncos
Is Jay Cutler really going to get up after that hit? That's exactly what I was thinking after the shot the Bears' quarterback took from the Lions' Ndamukong Suh on Monday night. There he was, face down in the Soldier Field turf. The season, the hot start...
WGNO NewsHe's number one in the hearts of the Who Dat Nation, but across the country Drew Brees is number two. Brees is the second most liked player in the NFL behind Pittsburgh Steeler safety Troy Polamalu. The survey was conducted by Neilsen. After Polamalu...
Every morning, Monday through Friday, blogger Matt Vensel will hook you up with reading material -- mostly on the Ravens but with some other Baltimore sports stuff, too -- to skim through as you slug down coffee and slack off at the start of your workday....
The Chicago Bears survived an injury scare to Jay Cutler and secured an important NFC North victory by defeating the Detroit Lions 13-7 on Monday night. The Bears (5-1) retained first place in the division while the Lions fell to 2-4 in front of a...
Tags: Ryan Broyles, Joique Bell, Sports, Robbie Gould, Julius Peppers
The template for dirty play between the Bears and Lions was set more than a half-century ago. So anticipation of over-the-top aggression in Monday night's prime-time game is warranted. My father took me to my first Bears game at Wrigley Field when I...
Brad Biggs 5-0 Bears 34, Lions 17: Detroit has one explosive player on offense in Calvin Johnson and that isn't enough against the Bears defense that should get a boost with a big ground effort. Matt Bowen 5-0 Bears 23, Lions 14: Play deep. That's...
D.J. Moore will be trying his best to keep his head, even if Lions players might try to knock it off in Monday night's game at Soldier Field. During last November's 37-13 home victory over the Lions, Moore was ejected after retaliating on a play that...
Tags: Nick Fairley, Punishment, Sports, Tim Jennings, Fines
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