DETROIT — Here’s a look at who’s rising and falling after the Bears’ 34-17 loss to the Lions on Thursday:
The Bears have anesthetized everyone into surrender. Their fans might as well sleep the sleep of the dead. Ownership is not going to make changes.
On and off the ice, the first-year defenseman is getting more comfortable.
Brandon Marshall’s left ankle injury is not 100 percent and it hurt him in Detroit.
The Bears led, 14-3, after the game’s first 15 minutes, and then saw the Lions score 31 of the game’s next 34 points.
Big Game Hunting: Picking the biggest winners on the greatest rivalry day (make that two days!) of the season.
Check out the best pics from Bears vs. Lions on Thanksgiving.