Chicago Bears running back Tarik Cohen takes the toss and passes to tight end Zach Miller for the score, giving Chicago a 10-0 lead.

Check out highlights from the Week 5 matchup between the Minnesota Vikings vs. the Chicago Bears.
Case Keenum led three second-half scoring drives to beat the rookie quarterback Mitchell Trubisky's debut. 

Bears 17

Vikings 20
Watch the best plays from the Week 4 TNF matchup between the Chicago Bears and the Green Bay Packers.

Aaron Rodgers threw four touchdown passes, and the Packers converted three turnovers into scores. 

Bears 14

Packers 35
Check out the highlights from the Chicago Bears overtime victory against the Pittsburgh Steelers in Week 3.
Jordan Howard scored on a 19-yard run in overtime for the Bears first win!

Bears 23

Steelers 17
Ike Taylor and Maurice Jones-Drew join Bears TE Zach Miller in Chicago and go bear-shopping for their families at Build-a-Bear.
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Did you see the career long 76- yard TD by Rob Gronkowski, the 87- yard TD where nobody could catch Zach Miller, or even Antonio Brown as he flips into the end zone for a 56- yard TD? Check out the Top 10 of Week 10.
The top 10 plays of week 9 are revealed. Did you see the the 48-yard rushing TD by LeSean McCoy, the Darius Butler interception or Jameis Winston and his dive across the goal line?
Chicago Bears QB Jay Cutler passed for two touchdowns, including the game-winner to Zach Miller to take down the Chargers 22-19.

Seattle Seahawks tight end Zach Miller makes an incredible one-handed grab for a 22-yard gain.

Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler finds tight end Zach Miller, who re-adjusts in the air to make the catch for the touchdown.
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Poll. Who wins this game?

Just five weeks ago the Seattle Seahawks pasted the New Orleans Saints 34-7. Why will this rematch, in the NFC Divisional Playoffs, be any different?


First, you have to believe that QB Drew Brees, TE Jimmy Graham, and the rest of the Saints will play better this time. These guys are some of the best and they got embarrassed on Monday Night Football. They will be motivated by that and the knowledge that they have to win or go home.


Second, the Saints running game is clicking. They ran for 186 yards in their Wildcard win over the Philadelphia Eagles, with RB Mark Ingram rushing for 97 yards and a TD. If the Saints can establish the run against the Seahawks, the air should open up for Brees, Graham, and WR Marques Colston.


That, however, is a big "if." The Seahawks led the league both in overall defense and in passing defense, and are 7th in rushing defense. Led by their awesome CB Richard Sherman, Seattle's defense is wicked good, especially at home where they went 7-1 this season.


And - oh yeah - the Seahawks have an offense too. It all starts with QB Russell Wilson handing off the ball to RB Marshawn Lynch, who was 6th in the NFL in rushing this season. When opponents stack the line to stop the run, Wilson airs-it-out to WRs Golden Tate and Doug Baldwin and TE Zach Miller. Pick your poison.


The Seahawks have looked great all year and are at home. 


The Saints have superstars and experience on their side. 


This should be one heck of a sure to watch on Saturday, at 4:35 ET, on Fox!



Seattle Seahawks TD Zach Miller pulls in a touchdown pass from QB Russell Wilson.

Seattle Seahawks TD Zach Miller pulls in a touchdown pass from QB Russell Wilson.

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Poll. Who should be the #1 reciever for Seattle

The Seattle Seahawks have the best receiving corps in the NFL. It is hard to believe how strong their offense is. Their quarterback Russell Wilson will help all their receivers have great a season. Sidney Rice isn't the most durable player, but he is an important piece to the Seahawks. He is great with deep post routes and long-yardage plays. When he is healthy, Rice will be very successful.


The signing of Percy Harvin was a bold move that revealed to the NFL that the Seahawks are going to be tough when passing the football. He was injured last season, but when Harvin is healthy, he will be top 10 in yards gained. Harvin is great one on one with safeties and corners. He will pick up many first downs and short touchdowns. Harvin is their guy guaranteed!


 Another young talent for the Seahawks is Golden Tate. Tate is only 24 years old. With players injured, he was the leader of their receiving core last year. I will predict that he will be the #2 guy next year given his potential. The last receiver that will have an impact, whether it is big or small, is Doug Baldwin. He has great speed, good hands, and is very eager to succeed. Baldwin is a young Andre Johnson, and it is possible he could turn out to be as good as he is one day.

The thing that surprises me the most is the tight ends on their roster. They are receivers as well as blockers. Zach Miller is fantastic! He was the leading receiver in the playoffs and it surprises me how much he gets the ball for a blocking tight end. Lastly, Anthony McCoy is impressive. We have seen him briefly on the field when Miller needs a break. But don't get me wrong, he is pretty skilled. He is fast and I even saw him block some good defensive ends. He attended USC where the Seahawks head coach Pete Carroll also coached him. Carroll must see something good in McCoy.


Kid Reporter


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Poll. What Team Has Made The Best Free Agent Moves?

Check out who will be playing for new teams this season:

WR Plaxico Burress: A lot of teams looked at Plax but in the end he will join the party in Philadelphia with the Eagles.

RB Ronnie Brown: Another addition for the Eagles, he will add some more talent to the backfield.

QB Vince Young: It seems like the Eagles had all the fun. The picked up Vince as a back-up QB.

TE Zach Miller: He is a top NFLRush Fantasy TE and now he is also a Seahawks TE.

TE Todd Heap: Speaking of TEs, he was picked up by the Cardinals which should help relieve pressure from WR Larry Fitzgerald.

RB Tim Hightower: The former Cardinals RB will be the new Redskins RB this season.

WR Roy Williams: He is done with the Cowboys and will try to get back to elite status this season with the Bears.

RB Willis McGahee: He moves over to the Broncos where they need some stability in the backfield.

Rumor Alert: Giants DE Osi Umenyiora might be looking for a new team. Anyone who picks up this beast will instantly be a defensive force!

Out of the last 40 Pro Bowls, the AFC and the NFC are TIED at 20 wins each. Who will break the tie? Both rosters are amazing - who do you think has the edge?Take a look at the rosters and let us know what you think! Tune in Sunday, January 30 at 7pm ET on Fox, and see which conference, the AFC or the NFC, will take the lead in this epic rivalry! AFC Offense Position Player(s) Quarterback * Philip Rivers, San Diego Peyton Manning, Indianapolis Matt Cassel, Kansas City Running back *A
Out of the last 40 Pro Bowls, the AFC and the NFC are TIED at 20 wins each. Who will break the tie? Both rosters are amazing - who do you think has the edge?

Take a look at the rosters and let us know what you think! Tune in Sunday, January 30 at 7pm ET on Fox, and see which conference, the AFC or the NFC, will take the lead in this epic rivalry!
Offense Position Player(s)


* Philip Rivers, San Diego

Peyton Manning, Indianapolis

Matt Cassel, Kansas City

Running back

*Arian Foster, Houston

Jamaal Charles, Kansas City

Chris Johnson, Tennessee


* Vonta Leach, Houston

Wide receiver

* Reggie Wayne, Indianapolis

* Brandon Lloyd, Denver

Dwayne Bowe, Kansas City

Wes Welker, New England

Tight end

* Marcedes Lewis, Jacksonville

Zach Miller, Oakland


* Joe Thomas, Cleveland

* D'Brickashaw Ferguson, N.Y. Jets

Matt Light, New England


* Kris Dielman, San Diego

* Logan Mankins, New England

Brian Waters, Kansas City


* Jeff Saturday, Indianapolis

Alex Mack, Cleveland

Defense Position Player(s)

Defensive end

* Robert Mathis, Indianapolis

* Jason Babin, Tennessee

Randy Starks, Miami

Interior linemen

* Haloti Ngata, Baltimore

* Vince Wilfork, New England

Kyle Williams, Buffalo

Outside linebacker

* Cameron Wake, Miami

* Terrell Suggs, Baltimore

Shaun Phillips, San Diego

Inside/midde linebacker

* Ray Lewis, Baltimore

Jerod Mayo, New England


* Nnamdi Asomugha, Oakland

* Darrelle Revis, N.Y. Jets

Devin McCourty, New England

Free safety

* Brandon Meriweather, New England

Michael Griffin, Tennessee

Strong safety

* Eric Berry, Kansas City

Special Teams Position Player(s)


Shane Lechler, Oakland


Billy Cundiff, Baltimore

Kick returner

Marc Mariani, Tennessee

Special teamer

Montell Owens, Jacksonville

Long snapper

John Denney, Miami

Offense Position Player(s)


* Michael Vick, Philadelphia

Matt Ryan, Atlanta

Drew Brees, New Orleans

Running back

* Michael Turner, Atlanta

Adrian Peterson, Minnesota

Steven Jackson, St. Louis


* Ovie Mughelli, Atlanta

Wide receiver

* Roddy White, Atlanta

* Calvin Johnson, Detroit

DeSean Jackson, Philadelphia

Larry Fitzgerald, Arizona

Tight end

* Jason Witten, Dallas

Tony Gonzalez, Atlanta


* Jordan Gross, Carolina

* Tyson Clabo, Atlanta

Donald Penn, Tampa Bay


* Jahri Evans, New Orleans

*Chris Snee, N.Y. Giants

Carl Nicks, New Orleans


* Andre Gurode, Dallas

Ryan Kalil, Carolina

Defense Position Player(s)

Defensive end

* Julius Peppers, Chicago

* John Abraham, Atlanta

Justin Tuck, N.Y. Giants

Interior linemen

* Jay Ratliff, Dallas

* Justin Smith, San Francisco

Darnell Dockett, Arizona

Outside linebacker

* DeMarcus Ware, Dallas

* Brian Orakpo, Washington

Jon Beason, Carolina

Inside/midde linebacker

* Jonathan Vilma, New Orleans

London Fletcher, Washington


* DeAngelo Hall, Washington

* Brent Grimes, Altanta

Antoine Winfield, Minnesota

Free safety

* Antrel Rolle, N.Y. Giants

Strong safety

* Adrian Wilson, Arizona

Roman Harper, New Orleans

Special Teams Position Player(s)


Mat McBriar, Dallas


David Akers, Philadelphia

Kick returner

Devin Hester, Chicago

Special teamers

Eric Weems, Atlanta

Long snapper

Zak DeOssie, N.Y. Giants


Hot Fantasy Pick:

Arian Foster - RB Texans

Texans Top Raiders 31-24

Texans RB Arian Foster continued his amazing season racking up 131 rushing yards and 56 receiving yards with 2 TDs. Raiders TE Zach Miller had a breakout game with 122 yards receiving and a TD in the loss.

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Raiders Soar Over Eagles!
The Philadelphia Eagles were 2nd in the NFL scoring 32 points per game before meeting up with the Oakland Raiders on Sunday.
The Raiders managed to keep the Eagles Offense out of the end zone while the Raiders Offense provided enough points to get the job done and get the win at home.
Raiders' TE Zack Miller had a huge game catching 6 passes for 139 yards and a TD including a career long 87 yard TD catch in the first quarter.
Hot Fantasy Pick:
Zach Miller - TE Raiders



Week 17 Highlights
Kerry Collins
QB Kerry Collins replaces the injured Vince Young and leads the Titans to victory.

Titans Vs. Colts  TENNESSEE(10-6) vs. INDIANAPOLIS (13-3)
The Titans controlled their destiny; they win, they're in. The Colts already have the #2 seed in the AFC locked up and looked strong on defense throughout the game, delivering some hard hits. The Titans had trouble scoring but their defense kept the Colts in check. It looked bad for the Titans when QB Vince Young left the game with an injury in the 3rd quarter, but Kerry Collins stepped up to replace Young and did a great job. The Titans pulled off the victory 16-10.

Titans: QB Vince Young completed 14 of 18 passes for 157 yards and he added 19 yards rushing.

QB Kerry Collins (playing for the injured Vince Young) completed 10 of 13 passes for 106 yards.

WR Justin Gage racked up 104 yards receiving.

Colts: QB Peyton Manning completed 14 of 16 passes for 95 yards before leaving the game in the 2nd quarter.

QB Jim Sorgi completed 11 of 24 passes for 68 yards and 1 TD.

WR Reggie Wayne racked up 87 yards before leaving the game in the 2nd quarter.


With this win the Titans clinched the 2nd Wild Card spot in the playoffs and knocked out the Browns.


WR Reggie Wayne finished the season as the NFL's leading receiver with 1,510 yards.



Vikings Vs. Broncos
MINNESOTA (8-8) vs. DENVER (7-9)
The Vikings needed a win to give themselves a chance at the playoffs. The Broncos had no chance at a post-season run and they looked to spoil the Viking's chances. The Broncos held a 14-3 lead at the half and the Vikings playoff hopes seemed lost. After a disappointing 3rdquarter, the Vikings went into the 4th down by 14 points. Early in the 4th quarter the Broncos forced a safety and took a 16-point lead. The Vikings rallied scoring 2 TDs and converting 2-point conversions on both to push the game into overtime. In OT a Tarvaris Jackson fumble set up the game-winning field goal and the Broncos won 22-19.
Tony Scheffler
TE Tony Scheffler celebrates a TD in the Broncos victory. 


Vikings: QB Tarvaris Jackson completed 16 of 31 passes for 175 yards and 2 TDs. He also rushed for 36 yards.

RB Chester Taylor rushed for 83 yards but fumbled 2 times.

WR Bobby Wade racked up 92 yards receiving with 2 TDs.

Broncos: QB Jay Cutler completed 26 of 37 passes for 246 yards and 2 TDs.

RB Selvin Young rushed for 87 yards and added 12 yards receiving.

WR Brandon Marshall racked up 114 yards receiving with 1 TD. He also rushed for 31 yards.

TE Tony Scheffler pulled in 552 yards receiving with 1 TD.


The Vikings had trouble hanging on to the ball. Chester Taylor fumbled 2 times while Tarvaris Jackson fumbled in OT to set up the Broncos for the win.


Viking RB Adrian Peterson finished the season as the NFL's leading rusher. It is the first time a rookie has earned this honor since Barry Sanders in 1989.


With this loss the Vikings are eliminated from the playoff race.



Todd Collins
QB Todd Collins leads the Redskins to the playoffs.

Cowboys vs Redskins
DALLAS (13-3) vs. WASHINGTON (9-7)
The Redskins needed a win to take the final spot in the NFC playoffs but the Cowboys stood in the way. The Redskins came out firing, holding a 13-3 lead at the half. The Redskins defense looked great and didn't allow the Cowboys to score a single TD. The Redskins went on to win easily, 27-6.

Cowboys: QB Tony Romo completed 7 of 16 passes for 86 yards and 1 interception before coming out of the game in the 3rd quarter.

QB Brad Johnson completed 7 of 11 passes for 79 yards.

WR Sam Hurd picked up 64 yards receiving.

Redskins: QB Todd Collins completed 22 of 34 passes for 244 yards and 1 TD.

RB Clinton Portis rushed for 104 yards and 2 TDs. He also added 27 yards receiving.

WR Santana Moss racked up 115 yards receiving with 1 TD.


The Redskins tough "D" allowed the Cowboys to gain only 1 rushing yard on 16 carries. That is a franchise low for the Cowboys.


With this win, the Redskins clinched the final NFC Wild Card spot in the playoffs.



Chargers vs Raiders
SAN DIEGO (7-4) vs. OAKLAND (4-12)
The Chargers needed a victory to lock up the 3rd seed in the playoffs and the Raiders were looking to end a disappointing season on a positive note. The Raiders kept up with the Chargers and the held a small lead at the half, 14-10, but the Chargers were too much for the Raiders in the 2nd half. The Chargers beat the Raiders by a final score of 30-17.
LaDainian Tomlinson
LaDainian Tomlison charges down field in the Chargers win over the Raiders. 


Chargers: QB Philip Rivers completed 13 of 23 passes for 135 yards and 2 TDs.

RB LaDainian Tomlinson rushed for 56 yards and pulled in 7 yards receiving with a TD.

TE Antonio Gates gained 62 yards receiving.

WR Chris Chambers grabbed 49 yards receiving with 1 TD.

Raiders: QB JaMarcus Russell completed 23 of 31 passes for 224 yards with 1 TD and 1 interception.

RB Dominic Rhodes rushed for 122 yards with 1 TD and racked up 42 yards receiving.

TE Zach Miller pulled in 84 yards receiving.

WR Jerry Porter recorded 36 yards receiving with 1 TD.


DE Jyles Tucker sacked JaMarcus Russell 3 times and forced 2 fumbles, one of which he recovered in the end zone for a TD.


With this win, the Chargers earned the #3 spot in the AFC, which is the same spot the Colts were in last season when they won the Super Bowl.



Devin Hester
Devin Hester breaks away for a 64-yard punt return TD.

Saints vs Bears
The Saints had an outside chance to make the playoffs, but had to win to keep hope alive. The Bears looked to spoil the Saints chances and end their season with a win. The Bears grabbed an early lead in the 1st quarter and the kept the pressure on to the half leading 24-17. The Saints couldn't manage a comeback and the Bears went on to win 33-25.

Saints: QB Drew Brees completed 35 of 60 passes for 320 yards with 3 TDs and 2 interceptions.

RB Pierre Thomas rushed for 105 yards and racked 121 yards receiving with 1 TD.

WR Marques Colston pulled in 94 yards receiving with 2 TDs.

Bears: QB Kyle Orton completed 12 of 27 passes for 190 yards with 2 TDs and 1 interception.

RB Adrian Peterson rushed for 91 yards and added 9 yards receiving. Adrian also threw a 9-yards TD pass.

WR Devin Hester pulled in 65 yards receiving with 1 TD.


Bears Devin Hester worked his magic once again when he returned a punt 64 yards for a TD. This was his 6th combined kick return for a TD this season.


Saints QB Drew Brees set an NFL record for most completions in a season with 419. He also set a franchise record for most TD passes in a season with 28 and most passing yards in a season with 4,428..


With this loss the Saints are officially eliminated from the playoff hunt.


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