There were other developments of interest to fantasy players in Week 6 other than Aaron Rodgers. Like the shoulder injury to Jameis Winston.
Rodgers landed on his throwing shoulder after being taken down by Vikings linebacker Anthony Barr during an incompletion on the second drive.
While the interceptions were the marquee plays, the defense also did the little things right that made the difference.
His performance earned the trust of the Bears’ coaching staff as it gets ready to craft its next game plan.
Goodell emphasized the need for productive dialogue among the owners and players when he sent a memo to the teams last week.
The Bears blew an 11-point lead in the final four minutes Sunday, which sounds familiar. But then they found a way to win, which doesn’t.
Thoughts and observations after watching the film of the Bears’ 27-24 win in overtime against the Ravens in Week 6.
Some thoughts and observations after watching the film and going through the stats of the Bears’ 27-24 win in overtime against the Ravens on Sunday.
In the latest Halas Intrigue, Patrick Finley and Chicago Sun-Times colleague Mark Potash break down the Bears’ road win against the Ravens:
Some weeks are better than others for the Bears:
In episode 122 of their podcast, the Chicago Sun-Times’ Adam L. Jahns and WGN Radio’s Adam Hoge break down the Bears’ wild 27-24 win in overtime.
Most sports fans would consider Al Michaels one of the best announcers in the business.
On his 33rd carry Sunday, Jordan Howard took Eric Weddle for a ride.
The Amos-Fuller combination was never bigger than on the key defensive play of the game.
Tarik Cohen thought the ball hung in the air for 30 seconds.