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When the Chicago Bears lowered the lid on another disappointing season, it was easy to view them as an NFL franchise in disarray. The head coach hadn’t panned out, the general manager was a flop and the news conference put last week by Chairman George McCaskey and CEO Ted Phillips got the worst reviews since “Police Academy 4.” But when you look at things another way, the Bears are doing just ...

The 49ers advanced with a 23-17, wild-card win over the Cowboys to next face the No. 1 seed Green Bay Packers ARLINGTON, Texas — Advancing with a playoff win over the Dallas Cowboys never gets old nor boring for the 49ers. Sunday’s 23-17, wild-card victory came with a hold-your-breath, heart-stopping fourth quarter. Next up is a trip to Lambeau Field to face the No. 1-seeded Green Bay Packers, ...

Each week of the NFL season, The Baltimore Sun will rank all 32 NFL teams. The rankings will take into account not just weekly performance, but how well each team measures up as Super Bowl contenders, regardless of win-loss record. Here are the rankings after Week 18: Super Bowl favorites 1. Green Bay Packers (13-4; No. 1 last week) 2. Kansas City Chiefs (12-5; No. 2) 3. Tampa Bay Buccaneers ...

The Rams won their five games before this. They still won their division. So, why did it feel as if their 27-24 overtime loss to the San Francisco 49ers was less of a fluke and more of a forewarning of an impending catastrophe? The Rams played their regular-season finale how they played the majority of this season, counting on their stars to make critical plays at critical times to compensate ...

The chant erupted in Ford Field. “Let’s go, Lions!” the fans chanted deep into the fourth quarter. The Detroit Lions were down, 30-27, in the fourth quarter against the Green Bay Packers on Sunday, and the fans were into it, wanting the win. They weren’t screaming: “No! Let’s go for the loss and get the No.1 pick!” Heck no. They were cheering like crazy when Jared Goff hit Amon-Ra St. Brown ...

LOS ANGELES — The Los Angeles Rams won their five games before this. They still won their division. So, why did it feel as if their 27-24 overtime loss to the San Francisco 49ers was less of a fluke and more of a forewarning of an impending catastrophe? The Rams played their regular-season finale how they played the majority of this season, counting on their stars to make critical plays at ...