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Bears' defense is Super Bowl-ready, but is QB Mitchell Trubisky?

After a breakout second year, Trubisky's performance this season has yielded more questions than answers. With the league's best defense, Chicago is ready to win, but its offense has to catch up, and the Bears need to know if their QB can do it.

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All Day Affair: The time Adrian Peterson dominated the Bears

The future Hall of Famer introduced himself to the NFL 12 years ago in Chicago, and as he prepares to face the Bears again, we revisit that performance.

Week 3 Takeaways

The NFL's best defense is where? Barnwell rates surprises for the 3-0 teams

The Rams and Patriots have sneaky issues. The Packers have a dominant ... defense? Let's sort the NFL teams with three wins.

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Let's overreact to Week 3 in the NFL: Are the Bills for real?

Is 3-0 Buffalo bound for the playoffs? Is Daniel Jones bound to be a superstar? Let's overreact to Week 3.

What we learned in Week 3: There's a gulf between the top and bottom teams

It was all offense for the Chiefs and Cowboys, while the Pats and Packers leaned on their D. Here are NFL Nation's biggest takeaways from Week 3.

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Tony Pollard, Ezekiel Elliott give defenses even more to think about

Just when you think the Cowboys' offense can't get any more dangerous, the rookie runs for 100 yards to go with the veteran's 125.

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Marrone on Ramsey's sick call: 'If you're sick, you're sick'


Timeline of Jalen Ramsey's tumultuous tenure with Jaguars

Jalen Ramsey has been a mainstay in the headlines because of his talent and his brash personality. Now he's trying to get traded out of Jacksonville.

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  • Myles Garrett: 'I want to look like a Grecian god'

    With a team-best seven sacks in his rookie year behind him and a season with huge expectations in front, Myles Garrett talks about his Body shoot, his new teammates, and his Cinnabon habit.

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