It was closer than it should have been, but the Bears are off and running. Having blown a big lead at Green Bay a week earlier, things were getting a little edgy when Russell Wilson hit Tyler Locket in the back corner of the end zone to get Seattle within one score, but this time the defense stepped up and closed out the game…
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The year may change, the coaches may change, the players may change. Yet some things stay the same, such as the Bears finding ways to lose from winning positions and making Aaron Rodgers look like Superman. Dave Usher reports on a tough opening loss for Chicago…
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It’s that time of year again. The regular season ends and all hell lets loose in the managerial ranks of the NFL. Head coaches, assistant coaches, general managers and other staff are all in the firing line as franchises search for the ingredient which will bring them success in 2018. Richard O’Hagan tries to keep up.
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Any glimmer of hope Bears fans had following last week’s gutsy win over the Steelers was ruthlessly extinguished by Aaron Rodgers and a depleted Packers team on Thursday night. A tired and bleary eyed Dave Usher reports on a bad, bad night for Chicago…
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It wasn’t pretty but the Packers eventually won the war of attrition with the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday. Rob Molyneux is encouraged by what he saw by the Green Bay defense, but isn’t getting carried away just yet…
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The Packers made the playoffs last year. The Packers make the playoffs every year. So presumably they’ll make the playoffs this year? Rob Molyneux gives us the lowdown from Lambeau…
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The Packers have become used to building a team based around low Draft picks. How will they do in 2017?
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The Saints have two picks in the first round, courtesy of their recent trade with New England. How well will they use them?
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The 2016 Divisional Champions have been crowned. Both games were far more one-sided than anyone predicated. We take a look at what happened.
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It is the second biggest Sunday of the NFL season, with teams squaring off for the NFC and AFC championships. Here’s what you need to know.
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