Chicago could be better. But after another win on the road, the Bears are good enough. Michael Wilbon » Mundy's pick-six »Game balls Bears 27, Jets 19 » Analysis Stats & Info »MN HQ »
After he came up big in Week 2, Jay Cutler's next challenge is Geno Smith's Jets. Live Reax Cutler's gambles »Geno on the rise Keys Bets
Steve Bisciotti is addressing the Ravens' handling of the Ray Rice story in light of Friday's "Outside The Lines" report. Story »Ravens statement »Watch: Bisciotti news conf. OTL: Ray Rice timeline »
Danny Duffy overcame a first-inning jam to possibly save the Royals' season and postseason chances. David Schoenfield » K.C. gains on Detroit Who wins Central? A's win » M's lose » More »
Two of college football's traditional powers won't win it all this season after Week 4 losses. Eliminator » BMOC: Not so clear-cut, is it? »A new favorite? »Underrated teams Power Ranks » Forecast
SportsCenter Highlight of the Night: Jay Cutler threw for 225 yards and two touchdowns in the Bears' 27-19 win over the Jets.
Bears rookie cornerback Kyle Fuller comments on his performance in his team's 27-19 win over the Jets.
Matt Johns pass complete to Kyle Dockins for 11 yds for a TD (Ian Frye KICK)
Ravens owner Steve Bisciotti discusses the handling of the Ray Rice incident.
BYU held off Virginia and remains unbeaten with an eye on crashing the College Football playoff.
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