Thursday Night Breakdown: Cowboys, Riding Win Streak, Face VikingsThe Dallas Cowboys, owners of the NFL's best record, head to Minnesota to take on a Vikings team fighting for their playoff lives.
Thursday Breakdown: Vikings, Lions Dig In On Thanksgiving DayVikings and Lions play on Thanksgiving Day, in an NFC North game with division and playoff implications.
Fox: Bears' 'Most Complete Game' Led To Win Over VikingsThe Bears got their second win of the year with a dominating 20-10 victory over the Vikings on Monday night, thanks to their "most complete game" of the season, coach John Fox said.
Emma: Jay Cutler Silences Outside Noise In Leading Bears To VictoryIf the Bears indeed plan on moving on from Cutler, he'll do his best to prove them wrong.
Emma: Finally, The Bears Showed Their Best FormIN a 20-10 win Monday, the Bears battered the first-place Vikings and looked nothing like a last-place team.
Cutler's Return, Howard's Big Night Lead Bears Past Vikings, 20-10Jay Cutler threw for 252 yards and a touchdown, and Jordan Howard rushed for 153 yards and a score.
Bears' Royal, Long, Sitton Inactive Against VikingsThe Bears will start Eric Kush at left guard and Ted Larsen at right guard in place of Josh Sitton and Kyle Long.
Keidel: Vikings More Than Salvaging A SeasonThe Mike Zimmer's Minnesota Vikings, playing without QB Teddy Bridgewater and RB Adrian Peterson, remain undefeated after five games.
Mike Zimmer: Vikings' Adrian Peterson Has A Torn Meniscus, Timetable For Return UncertainPeterson suffered the injury in the third quarter of Minnesota's 17-14 win against Green Bay on Sunday night.
Keidel: Is Sam Bradford The Answer For The Minnesota Vikings?With Teddy Bridgewater lost for the season, the Minnesota Vikings turn to a mediocre Sam Bradford to keep their playoff hopes alive.
Emma: NFC North Can Become NFL's Toughest DivisionWith four teams seeming to be on the upswing, what's going to give?
Blair Walsh Meets 1st-Graders Who Sent Him Kind Messages After Heartbreaking Missed FGWalsh will "cherish forever" the letters, he says.