The Vikings-Bears matchup in Week 11 on November 18, originally scheduled for a noon start on Fox, has been flexed to the Sunday night slot on NBC. That means you're doing well. Kickoff is set for 7:20 p.m. CT. But Nagy wasn't a part of that losing stretch, and the first-year head coach said the Bears aren't talking about those past struggles.
The Vikings are now slated to have back-to-back Sunday night games.
The NFL also made one other change to the Week 11 schedule: The game time for the Eagles-Saints game has been pushed back. "The vibe that we have, we're learning how to win in different way".
Priyanka Chopra feels the 'bachelorette vibes'
In the evening, Chopra posted a brief video of herself giving Turner a piggy-back ride as they strolled through town. PeeCee can be heard saying in the video, "this is what you have to do for sister-in-laws these days".
How Arsenal could line up against Liverpool
The veteran midfielder was all over the pitch for Liverpool and scored the Reds only goal during the game. What also makes me think they will go unbeaten is the strength they have in depth.
Leicester pay respect at Thai owner’s funeral
The Leicester manager spoke of his pride on Saturday (local time) and said his players had grown as people over the past week. Their manager Claude Puel had said during the week that the result in Cardiff would not be important.
Children mowed down and killed in horror hit-run crash
He was jailed Sunday and charged with four counts of homicide through the negligent use of a vehicle. "It's just devastating. In a message to parents, Superintendent Heidi Eliopoulos said: "This is a hard time for our students, families and staff".
Rooney to make England farewell appearance against USA
Roney's last England appearance came against Scotland and Hampden Park, but after the game he announced his worldwide retirement. Unfortunately, the fairytale ended this week as Rooney missed a penalty in a 3-2 penalty shootout defeat to the Columbus Crew.