>>Streaking Vikings Face Reeling Bears
(Chicago, IL) -- NFC North rivals meet for the first time this season as the Minnesota Vikings head to Soldier Field Sunday to face the Chicago Bears. The Vikings are rested coming off their bye week and are seeking their third straight win after beating the Buccaneers and Redskins in their last two games. Minnesota is 4-and-5 overall. The Bears are back home after playing four of their last five games on the road. Chicago was hammered 55-14 at Green Bay last Sunday. The Bears have surrendered 106 points in their last two games. Chicago has lost three straight and five of its last six to fall to 3-and-6 overall.
>>Broncos, Rams Rumble In St. Louis
(St. Louis, MO) -- The Denver Broncos roll into the Gateway City Sunday to battle the St. Louis Rams at the Edward Jones Dome. It's the third straight road game for Denver, which lost at New England in Week Nine before bouncing back to beat Oakland this past Sunday. The Broncos lead the AFC West at 7-and-2, one game ahead of second-place KC. The Rams are back home after three straight road games. St. Louis lost at Kansas City, won at San Francisco and then lost at Arizona last weekend. The Rams are 3-and-6 overall. Quarterback Shaun Hill will start after Austin Davis started the last eight games.
>>Eagles, Packers Square Off At Lambeau
(Green Bay, WI) -- A pair of playoff contenders take the field at historic Lambeau Field this Sunday, as the Green Packers host the Philadelphia Eagles. Both teams are coming off blowout wins. The Packers crushed the Bears 55-14 last Sunday night, while the Eagles dismantled the Panthers 45-21 on "Monday Night Football." Green Bay is 6-and-3 overall and a perfect 4-and-0 at home this season. The Packers are 32-and-3 all-time with quarterback Aaron Rodgers under center. Philadelphia is 7-and-2 on the season and holds a half-game division lead over Dallas. Mark Sanchez will make his second start for the Eagles. He threw for 332 yards and two touchdowns in his first start in nearly two years last week in place of injured quarterback Nick Foles.
>>Marshall Reacts To Twitter Fan
(Undated) -- Bears receiver Brandon Marshall is reacting to a Detroit fan on Twitter. Marshall was irked when the fan made fun of his mother, so the wideout offered the fan five-thousand-dollars to fight in a ring. The offer went up to 25-thousand.
>>Dolphins Sink Bills
(Miami, FL) -- The Dolphins scored 19 unanswered points to sink the Bills 22-9 from Miami on "Thursday Night Football." Ryan Tannehill found Brandon Gibson late in the third quarter to put the 'Fins up 10-9, and a safety made it 12-9 heading into the final quarter. Tannehill ended with 240 yards passing and two touchdowns for Miami, which improved to 6-and-4. Lamar Miller rushed for 86 yards on 15 carries in the win. Kyle Orton was 22-of-39 for 193 yards as the Bills slipped to 5-and-5. Mario Williams posted three-and-a-half sacks on defense for the Bills.