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In a typically messy NFL, things have never been in more disarray than this year, it seems.
Green Bay (5-5-1) at Detroit (6-5)
LOS ANGELES | You think the Bears could get a do-over from three weeks ago against Washington?
New Orleans (8-2) at Atlanta (2-8)
LAS VEGAS | Just past the midway point of the season, it's time to look back in a combination of awe and mockery at just how well our full-season predictions are doing.
Colts (6-3) at Tennessee (4-5)
It could be that quarterback injuries will be the tale of the 2013 season in the NFC North.
Washington (3-5) at Minnesota (1-7)
BOSTON | Most weeks, I luck into a couple things, and some weeks, I really know things.
Might as well get the hard part out of the way: Last week was a bloodbath. But fortunately for my reputation, what's left of it, I wasn't alone.
San Francisco (1-2) at St. Louis (1-2)
Right on schedule, Week 3, things are starting to sort themselves out in the NFL.
Kansas City (2-0) at Philadelphia (1-1)
Week 1 in the NFL showed us a lot of things, but it told us, it seems, very little.
N.Y. Jets (1-0) at New England (1-0)
Week 1 of the NFL season usually is the one you wind up throwing out if you're in a pool that drops your worst week.
Baltimore at Denver
It's that time of year again – the time I have an imaginary conversation with a fat man in a red suit.
A few weeks ago, I warned of 2011 deja vu for the Bears.
It's the time of year when the men are separated from the boys in the NFL.
Denver (9-3) at Oakland (3-9)
New Orleans (5-6) at Atlanta (10-1)
Miami (4-5) at Buffalo (3-6)
Colts (5-3) at Jaguars (1-7)
At the official midpoint of the season, it seems like a good time to take a look back to two months ago.
Kansas City (1-6) at San Diego (3-4)
Tampa Bay (2-4) at Minnesota (5-2)
Go ahead. Try to figure out the National Football League.
Seattle (4-2) at San Francisco (4-2)
Though they're off this week, the Bears still find themselves smack dab in the middle of the National Football League spotlight.
Pittsburgh (2-2) at Tennessee (1-4)
LONDON | Like clockwork, things turned around in Week 4.
Arizona (4-0) at St. Louis (1-3)
NOTTINGHAM, England | Things have gotten so bad for me picking games in this topsy-turvy NFL that I had to make like a replacement official and flee the country again.
TORONTO | For the first time, I was nervous when I got to the customs checkpoint when I got to Canada on Wednesday.
N.Y. Giants (1-1) at Carolina (1-1)
Week 1 gave us the requisite handful of surprises, as it is wont to do every season.
When: 7:20 p.m. Thursday
In past seasons, I've been given to just throwing my hands up in Week 1.
Raise your hand if you had the Giants and 49ers meeting to go to the Super Bowl before the season started.
The NFC is on an aerial collision course that will culminate next weekend.
The playoffs are here, which means it's that time of year when many of us have to stop asking just what in tarnation happened to the Bears and move on already.
LAS VEGAS | The NFL does wacky things to a common-sense betting man in Week 17. Happens every year.
For Colts fans all year, and Bears fans the last month, the question of when pitchers and catchers report for spring training is appropriate.
Houston (10-4) at COLTS (1-13)
Don't ever let anyone tell you that jinxes are not real. They are.
MattE's pick: Falcons 34, Jaguars 16.
When: 7:20 p.m. Thursday
One thing the Bears aren't thankful for this year is a man named Murphy.
Green Bay (10-0) at Detroit (7-3)
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