Pro Bowl nose tackle Haloti Ngata is inactive for the Ravens, no doubt a break for the Bears on a day where running the football will be important.
Ten weeks in the books and 23 teams remain in or within one-and-a-half games of a playoff bid. Week 11 is highlighted by two marquee, prime time matchups.
The Bears’ offense might be impacted Sunday a by two injuries that popped up mid-week.
Our experts make their Bears-Ravens picks.
It may look serious, but the Bears insist the hard cast on Jay Cutler’s left ankle is “precautionary” and is just a common way to stabilize it while the injury heals.
Collectively, the Baltimore Ravens offense has struggled to move the ball and score points. However, one bright spot has been wide receiver Torrey Smith.
It’s hard to write off a team that’s been to the playoffs five straight years.
Nine weeks into the season, there have been several notable turnarounds.
Only one game on the Week 9 docket features two teams with winning records, the Monday night matchup between the Bears and Packers.
And then there was one. With the Broncos falling to the Colts, only the Chiefs remain unbeaten.
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After a wild Week 3, seven undefeated teams remain.
The league-wide air raid continues. There have been 23 individual 300-yard performances through two weeks, tying an NFL record.
While the NFL is not quite Arena Football, it has been moving in that direction for years.
Flying pig skins filled the air in the opening weekend of NFL action. A record-setting 63 touchdown passes were thrown in Week 1. Here’s my take on how Week 2 will play out.
Neither David Wilson nor Ray Rice got off to the flying start they wanted last week. The Broncos absolutely flattened the defending Super Bowl champs by a score of 49-27, while the Cowboys edged passed the Giants 36-31 in the opening week of the season.
It’s here. It’s finally here. The NFL is back!
Peyton Manning threw a record-tying seven touchdown passes, something no one had done in 44 years, in directing Denver to a 49-27 victory over the Super Bowl champion Baltimore Ravens on Thursday night.