This time a year ago, I was writing about all the remarkable comebacks that had occurred in 2012: the Colts and Chuck Pagano, the Broncos and Peyton Manning, and the Vikings and Adrian Peterson.
It's so easy to kick professional sports teams when they're down, and their athletes, too.
Who shall it be now?
It's the time of year when the men are separated from the boys in the NFL.
Derrick Rose continues a lengthy rehab after tearing his ACL in the NBA playoffs last season.
INDIANAPOLIS | Colts coach Chuck Pagano spent Sunday night and Monday morning sifting through the wreckage of a season-opening blowout.
CHICAGO | Brian Urlacher is the face of the Bears and that face has worn a puzzled look seldom seen from its franchise stars.
CHICAGO | In some circles, it's being called the NBC Sunday Night "Game of the Weak."
Anyone searching for the secret to success in the NFL can find it simply by recognizing what not to do.
LAKE FOREST | For the third time in three road games, the Bears defense will probably face a third-string quarterback when Joe Webb starts for the Minnesota Vikings on Monday night.
CHICAGO | Brett Favre is 41 going on 70. That's how the Bears made this future Hall of Fame quarterback look on Sunday. Not only did they shut the gun-slinging legend down, but slammed the door in the face of All-Pro running back Adrian Peterson.
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