At 6-5, the Bears need to keep pace with the 7-5 Detroit Lions, but Adrian Peterson stands in their way.
Welcome back football fans! If you’re not still in a coma from the holiday festivities, what say we run through the rest of week 13’s action with this edition of The Opening Drive?
Thursday will consist of me sitting in various couches and chairs, eating whatever I can manage to find, as I try to engage in as few social interactions as possible. Let’s run through the games that will be attracting my attention!
Goal-post dunkage, Crazy Philip Rivers, and one epic ball-kick are among the highlights of The Final Drive.
Well that turned into a car wreck, didn’t it? The Long-Battle had its dramatic moments, but the Chicago Bears couldn’t overcome an early deficit and fell apart late as they dropped their fifth game this season.
And we’re back for another week of Jay Cutler-less football! It’s brother versus brother this Sunday as the Bears take on the Rams.
Besides the fact that is it featuring Peyton Manning in primetime for a second consecutive Sunday, week 12 in the NFL is notable for one other reason: this is the last week we’ll see teams off.
Can the struggling dirty birds hold down this potent offense? Let’s preview the next installment of Thursday Night Football!
Several key contests highlight week eleven’s action. Come on in for The Final Drive!
This game had an hour and fifty-three minute weather delay, a surface full of divots, and a last-second win in overtime.