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Cutler To Miss Final 6 Games

Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler will miss the final 6 games of the regular season after breaking the thumb on his throwing hand Sunday in a win over the San Diego Chargers. Cutler will have surgery soon, and hopes to return to the postseason if the Bears make it that far. Caleb Hanie will start at QB Sunday for Chicago.

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Harper Named NFC Player Of The Week

New Orleans Saints strong safety Roman Harper was named NFC Defensive Player of the Week today. Harper was outstanding against the rival Atlanta Falcons, finishing with 16 tackles.

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Cutler Won’t Apologize For Cursing Out Coach

Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler won't apologize for cursing out his offensive coordinator Mike Martz. NBC microphones picked up Cutler screaming an obscentity at Martz last Sunday night. Cutler was upset because of his play call. The heated exchange came when the Bears were leading the Vikings 23-3.

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Walter Payton May Have Been Flawed But He’s Still “Sweetness”

Walter Payton was not only one of the all-time great NFL players, but also one of the most respected to ever play the game.

A new biography about Payton, entitled "Sweetness: The Enigmatic Life of Walter Payton", is out, spotlighting not only Payton's great accomplishments on the field, but also some of his flaws off of it.

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Week 3 NFL Awards

Who was the Most Valuable Player in week three of the NFL season? Who about the least valuable?

If you had a vote, who would you cast it for in the following categories: Surprise of the week, Disappointment of the Week, and Rookie of the Week?

And the ballots are in!

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Chicago Bears’ 1985 Super Bowl-Winning Team Will Finally Visit the White House

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More than 25 years after shuffling to a win in Super Bowl XX, the 1985 Chicago Bears have been extended an invitation to the White House, CSN Chicago reports.

The NFL team that wins the Super Bowl is usually invited to the White House during the year of their victory. However, the Challenger exploded only two days after the Bears’ win.

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Fox Sports Admits Making Up Headlines Questioning Jay Cutler’s Toughness

Wanting to stress that some people have questioned Jay Cutler’s toughness, Fox Sports ran a graphic on air of a series of headlines — including “Cutler Lacks Courage” — during the Chicago Bears season opener that criticized Cutler in Chicago for leaving last season’s NFC Championship game last season with an injury.

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Saints Smash Bears, 30-13

The New Orleans Saints captured their first victory of the NFL season on Sunday, defeating the Chicago Bears, 30-13, at the Louisiana Superdome.

The Saints took a 10-7 lead early in the second quarter, after a 79-yard touchdown pass from quarterback Drew Brees to receiver Devery Henderson, and never looked back.

The win snapped the Saints' four-game losing streak against the Bears.

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The NFL’s Most Entertaining Teams Of All-Time

Who are the most entertaining teams in the history of the NFL?

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Saints Face Bears

The New Orleans Saints will play host to the Chicago Bears on Sunday, in their 2011 home opener.

The Saints, who are 0-1 on the year, will be looking to snap a four-game losing streak against the Bears, who are undefeated, at 1-0.

Kick-off time at the Louisiana Superdome is set for noon.

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