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  • Cowboys, Eagles, 'Fascinating People': this weekend

    NBC's "Sunday Night Football" should clean up in the ratings this weekend. The Dallas Cowboys visit the Philadelphia Eagles in a battle for first in the NFC East, and both teams have 9-4 records. Coverage starts at 7 p.m. Other weekend highlights: ABC...
  • Sproles rolls with his reduced role

    Sproles rolls with his reduced role
    PHILADELPHIA — After the first two weeks of the season, it looked like the steal of the century — the Eagles had traded a fifth-round draft pick for a player who was on pace to finish the season with 776 rushing yards, 1,328 receiving yards...
  • NFL point spreads, latest betting trends and TV announcers for Sunday's games

    Here are the betting lines for Sunday's and Monday night's NFL games with HOME TEAMS in CAPS: FAVORITE          SPREAD              UNDERDOG        OVER/UNDER KC CHIEFS            10                  Oakland              41.5 BALTIMORE           14 ...
  • Predicting the NFL playoff picture

    The Sports Xchange By Jeff Reynolds, The Sports Xchange Predicting the NFL playoff picture It was easy to forecast in August that the rugged NFC West would be wild and unpredictable. But nobody saw this coming. Bruce Arians and the Arizona Cardinals...
  • Mac Engel: Cowboys' Cole Beasley stands tall after brief sabbatical

    Cole Beasley embodies all of the little-guy cliches we love to apply to anyone under 6-feet tall. Scrappy. Rugged. Tough. All heart. Watching Cole Beasley, it is impossible to fathom that not too long ago this tough little guy who is all heart was a...
  • Numbers to know as the Bears season sputters to an end

    Numbers to know as the Bears season sputters to an end
    Welcome back to “The Blitz Package,” your weekly destination for notable news, nuggets and intriguing Chicago Bears storylines. This week’s topic: the important statistical developments to keep an eye on during the season’s...
  • Buyer's remorse fits for entire Bears organization, not just Jay Cutler

     Buyer's remorse fits for entire Bears organization, not just Jay Cutler
    In 1975, eight years before Jay Cutler was born and nine before the arrival of Brandon Marshall, the Magnuson-Moss Act became law. It was designed to protect consumers from faulty warranties on products with the psychological benefit of reducing cognitive...
  • Kicker Jay Feely just happy to get a shot with Bears week to week

    Kicker Jay Feely just happy to get a shot with Bears week to week
    Forgive Jay Feely if he doesn't seem as downtrodden as everybody else at Halas Hall. After all, Feely has been with the Bears only a little more than a week. And he isn't likely to be around much longer. So he's not carrying the emotional baggage of a...
  • Inexperienced Bears special teams a painful work in progress

    Inexperienced Bears special teams a painful work in progress
    As the Bears continue sorting through special teams issues, one thing you cannot accuse them of is complacency. No team in the NFL has used more players on special teams. So far, a club-record 65 have gotten action, a figure only six teams have...
  • Bears WR Marshall out of hospital, on IR

    The Sports Xchange EditorsNote: Updates with Marshall on IR and other moves Bears WR Marshall out of hospital, on IR Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall is out of the hospital and will miss the final three games, coach Marc Trestman said...
  • Greg Cote's Week 15 NFL picks

    We nailed our Upset of the Week with Steelers' win at Cincy ("Aawwk!"), bull's-eyed another upset with Seattle's win at Philly and also had Bills-with-points at Denver yet still managed a losing Week 14 against the spread. I don't mind missing anomalies...