Lessons from Week 11: The recipe behind NFL's surprise contenders
The Bears and a handful of others have arrived as playoff threats sooner than expected. Here's what is fueling the NFL's most pleasant surprises.
No. 1 Duke rout San Diego State to open Maui Invitational
Zion Williamson poked the ball free with a clear path to the basket, the crowd rising in anticipation before he even reached midcourt.
Gonzaga seals win with block and slam
Gonzaga forward Brandon Clarke comes up with a big block on Trent Frazier, which leads to Rui Hachimura cruising to a monster dunk.
Perkins sets up Clarke on alley-oop perfectly
Gonzaga G Josh Perkins lobs a pass up to forward Brandon Clarke, who finishes with the two-handed jam.
Hachimura manuevers his way for and-1
Gonzaga forward Rui Hachimura weaves his way through the defense for a layup while drawing a foul.
Capital One Fan Vote: Who would win it all if the playoff began tomorrow?
If Alabama, Clemson, Notre Dame and Michigan all make the College Football Playoff, which team would win it all?
Mack calls Nagy an 'evil genius' after Bears' win
Khalil Mack praises Matt Nagy after Chicago's stellar defensive performance against the Vikings, saying that his head coach understands his players.
Bears prove they're back, assume control of NFC North
Chicago delivered the impressive win it needed to silence its critics, shutting down the Vikings and setting its sights on a division crown.
Toews scores in Blackhawks' win over Wild
Jonathan Toews scores in the 1st period off an assist by Patrick Kane in the Blackhawks' 3-1 win over the Wild.
Trubisky: Bears must 'stay hungry, stay humble'
Mitchell Trubisky reflects on the Bears' 25-20 win over the Vikings, and breaks down what his team has to do down the stretch of the playoff hunt.
Jackson talks the importance of turnovers
Bears safety Eddie Jackson breaks down his pick-6 vs. the Vikings and explains why the Bears are looking to build off the victory.
Bears beat Vikings 25-20, tighten grip on NFC North
Khalil Mack had a sack and fumble recovery, Eddie Jackson returned an interception for a touchdown and the Chicago Bears tightened their grip on the NFC North with a 25-20 victory over the second-place Minnesota Vikings on Sunday night.
Bears' defense wreaks havoc in win over Vikings
The Bears' defense causes two sacks and three turnovers, including a pick-6, in their 25-20 win over the Vikings at Soldier Field.
Jackson intercepts Cousins, takes it to the house
Kirk Cousins is off the mark on his pass to Laquon Treadwell, and Eddie Jackson picks it off, taking it all the way back to make it 22-6 Bears.
Amos caps off 1st half with INT
Kirk Cousins makes an errant throw, and Adrian Amos makes the easy interception to keep it 14-0 Bears at the break.
Miller goes low to scoop up 18-yard TD pass
Mitchell Trubisky throws to the end zone for Anthony Miller, who makes a sliding catch to make it 11-0 Bears following the 2-point conversion.
Mack strips Cook and secures recovery
Khalil Mack jars the ball free from Dalvin Cook and scoops it up to keep the Vikings off the scoreboard.