>>Bears, Bucs Battle In London
(London, England) -- A pair of teams coming off bounce-back wins carry that momentum several thousand miles overseas for this year's London game as the Chicago Bears and Tampa Bay Buccaneers battle at Wembley Stadium in England on Sunday. The Bears rebounded from their Monday night loss at Detroit in Week Five with a resounding 39-10 victory over Minnesota last weekend at Soldier Field to even their record at 3-and-3. Jay Cutler threw for 267 yards with a pair of scores, while Devin Hester found the end zone via the air and also added a 98-yard kickoff return to the house to help Chicago pick up its first divisional win of the season. Tampa Bay topped division rival New Orleans 26-20 in Week Six to improve to 4-and-2. The Bears and Buccaneers haven't played since the 2008 season when Tampa Bay came away with a 27-24 overtime win in Chicago.
>>Rams Clash With Cowboys In Lone Star State
(Arlington, TX) -- The St. Louis Rams once again look for their first win of the season as they head to "Big D" to take on the Dallas Cowboys. The Rams fell to 0-and-5 with a 24-3 loss at Green Bay and remain one of three teams without a victory this season. Quarterback Sam Bradford has a high ankle sprain and backup A.J. Feeley will start if Bradford can't go. The Cowboys suffered a last-minute 20-16 loss at New England to fall to 2-and-3. Dallas will play three of its next four games at home.
>>Bradford Status Still Uncertain
(St. Louis, MO) -- The Rams still don't know whether quarterback Sam Bradford will be able to play in Sunday's game at Dallas. The second-year signal-caller says his high ankle sprain is getting better but he's taking it day-by-day. Backup A.J. Feeley has been getting the reps in practice this week as the 0-and-5 Rams still seek their first win. The Cowboys have lost two straight and are 2-and-3.