BY ADAM L. JAHNS Staff Reporter 1) MILLS MATTERS Bears right tackle Jordan Mills had a tough day contending with defensive end Cameron Wake, one of the best pass rushers he’ll see one-on-one this season. Wake sacked and stripped Cutler in the fourth quarter, ruining the Bears’ comeback hopes. “Going against him was a great
BY PATRICK FINLEY Staff Reporter RISING Jeremiah Ratliff: His 3 1⁄2 sacks were a career high and marked his first multisack game since Dec. 27, 2009. Jim Osborne is the only Bears defensive tackle to have more sacks in a game. He had four on Sept. 4, 1983. Return game: In the fourth quarter, Chris
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Cheap shot or funny “Throwback Thursday” Tweet? Ok, it’s pretty funny. The Patriots Twitter handle decided to Tweet a little virtual smack with the below Tweet, remembering former Jets quarterback Mark Sanchez’ famous 2012 fumble. The Jets Twitter handle has yet to respond. Enjoy: #TBT to another #Patriots-Jets Thursday night game: pic.twitter.com/MRYi4bdqDa — New England
We haven’t seen George Brett this jacked up since the Pine Tar game. Congrats to the Royals. It’s their first World Series berth since 1985. Here’s video of the final out of Game 4, which Kansas City won 2-1 to sweep the Baltimore Orioles. Enjoy. Your browser does not support iframes.
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BY PATRICK FINLEY Staff Reporter RISING Hype video: They don’t get much better than the Falcons’ ‘‘Rise Up’’ video, played before both halves. Actor Samuel L. Jackson implores fans to cheer while computer-generated falcons fly behind him. “We need to get someone to do one for the Bears,” tight end Martellus Bennett said. Who? ‘‘Probably