Bears Fall To Patriots 38-31The Patriots hung on to beat the Bears when Kevin White got stopped at the 1 on a 54-yard pass from Mitchell Trubisky.
Patriots' Brady Looking To Stay Unbeaten Against BearsThe Bears are 0-4 and one of five teams never to beat him, along with Atlanta (5-0), Dallas (4-0), Minnesota (4-0) and Tampa Bay (4-0). And he isn't slowing down at 41 years old.
Belichick: Don't Compare Bears' Khalil Mack To Lawrence Taylor Just YetNo matter how dominant Chicago Bears star pass rusher Khalil Mack is, New England Patriots coach Bill Belichick wanted to make one thing clear. He's no L.T.
Dolphins-Patriots Week 4 MatchupThe undefeated Dolphins face the reeling Patriots in Foxboro in Week 4. Can Brady and Belichick keep pace in the AFC East?
Patriots-Jaguars Week 2 Match-UpThe Patriots and Jaguars line up in Week 2, a rematch of the last season's AFC Championship and, possibly, a preview of this season's.
3-Year-Old Twins, Tom And Brady, Meet Their NamesakeThe 3-year-old twins traveled nearly 8,000 miles from Hong Kong to Massachusetts, just for a chance cute encounter.
Biggest Questions Facing Eagles, Patriots Heading Into Training CampCBS TV sports anchors weigh in on the biggest concerns heading into the upcoming season and more ahead of training camps opening this week.
Emma: Bears Have Plenty To Explore With Free-Agent CB Malcolm ButlerAfter Butler's Super Bowl benching, his case in free agency is plenty complicated.
Eagles SB Team Grades: Complete Effort To Last Whistle Secures Philly's First Super Bowl WinIn one of the best Super Bowl games ever played, the Philadelphia Eagles came out on top, 41-33, beating the defending champion New England Patriots in Super Bowl LII. Eagles quarterback Nick Foles, who started the season as the backup, won the Most Valuable Player honors by completing 28 passes for 373 yards and three touchdowns, but the Philly defense came up with the big plays late to stifle the Patriots offense.
Patriots Team Grades: Late Fumble By Tom Brady Seals Super Bowl Loss To EaglesIt appeared as if the New England Patriots could do no wrong and only got better as the season progressed, but there comes a time when everyone meets their match. It was close throughout the game, but a late surge by the Philadelphia Eagles defense was enough to take the Super Bowl away from the Pats.
Phil Simms: 'Philadelphia's Defensive Line Changed The Game'Two-time Super Bowl champion and Inside the NFL analyst Phil Simms reflects on Super Bowl 52 and why the Philadelphia Eagles won.
Keidel: Not Just Super... Record-BreakingThe Eagles beat the Patriots at their own game in Super Bowl 52, as both teams waged an aerial assault that stunned the opposing defenses.