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 width=>>Bears, Packers Rematch At Lambeau

(Green Bay, WI) -- NFC North rivals meet for the second time this season as the Chicago Bears play the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field. Both teams are coming off their bye week. Chicago has lost four of its last five games to fall to 3-and-5 overall. The Bears were beaten 38-17 at home by the Packers in Week Four. After this week, Chicago will play five of its next six games at home. Green Bay had its four-game winning streak halted with a 44-23 loss at New Orleans in Week Eight. The Packers are 5-and-3 overall, a game behind Detroit. This starts a stretch of four home games in five weeks for Green Bay.

 width=>>Rams Clash With Cardinals In NFC West Tilt

(Glendale, AZ) -- The St. Louis Rams head to the desert this Sunday to take on the first-place Arizona Cardinals in an NFC West tilt at University of Phoenix Stadium. It's the third straight road game for the Rams, who recovered a late fumble at the goal line to hold off the 49ers 13-10 last Sunday at San Francisco. St. Louis has won two of its last three games and is 3-and-5 overall. The Cardinals are riding a four-game winning streak after a 28-17 victory at Dallas in Week Nine. Arizona has the NFL's best record at 7-and-1, including 4-and-0 at home. Quarterback Carson Palmer has thrown 11 TD passes and just two picks.

>>Browns Blast Bengals In Cincinnati

(Cincinnati, OH) -- Three different players scored rushing touchdowns as the Browns blasted the Bengals 24-3 on "Thursday Night Football" at Paul Brown Stadium. Cleveland's defense forced four turnovers and held Cincinnati to just 165 total yards of offense. Brian Hoyer finished 15-of-23 for 198 yards for the Browns, who have won three straight and are now tied with Pittsburgh atop the AFC North at 6-and-3. Cleveland won its first road game within the division since 2008, snapping a 17-game losing streak. Terrance West ran for a team-high 94 yards and a TD, while Isaiah Crowell and Ben Tate also scored. Andy Dalton went 10-of-33 for just 86 yards and three interceptions for the Bengals, who fell to 5-3-and-1. Jeremy Hill ran for 55 yards and lost a fumble in defeat.

>>Bengals Donate To Help Still's Daughter

(Cincinnati, OH) -- The Cincinnati Bengals are donating over one-million-dollars to help fight cancer. The Bengals gave 1.3-million-dollars to Cincinnati's Children's Hospital and Medical Center in the name of Leah Still. Thursday night's game was the first time she was able to see her father play for the Bengals as she fights Stage 4 pediatric cancer. Devon Still recorded three tackles as the Bengals lost 24-3 to the Browns.

>>Toy Helicopter Brings Levity To Jets' Practice

(Florham Park, NJ) -- The New York Jets are bringing some levity to practice amidst an eight-game losing streak. One day after a plane flew over practice carrying a "Fire John Idzik" banner, head coach Rex Ryan arranged for a toy helicopter to fly around the team's indoor practice facility with a "Go Jets" banner attached. The Jets practiced indoors on Thursday due to rain. Ryan said the idea was his and was meant to send a message that "we're in this together." Idzik is in his second season as general manager. The Jets have dropped eight straight since beating the Raiders in Week One. They host Pittsburgh on Sunday.

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