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It's grim and we're bereft. Including: Bears Now Within Hail Mary's Of Being Within Two-Point Plays Of Winning Games; Grievance Grievance; Every Bulls Worst Loss Yet Is Worse Than The Last Worst Loss Yet; Lovie's Beard Has One Game Left This Year; Paul Reed Still The Man; and St. Edward High School's Racist Taunts.
* Coffman: "The key to happiness in life is low expectations."
1:40: Bears Now Within Hail Mary's Of Being Within Two-Point Plays Of Winning Games.
* ChicagoBears.com, Oct. 30, LOL: Bears Offensive Line Starting To Find Its Groove.
* Coffman: Mitch More Jacoby Than Drew.
* Rhodes: "Kwiatkowski is the Nicholas Castellanos of the Bears - he's showing them what hungry looks like."
* Khalil Smack.
* NBC Sports Chicago: A-Rob Isn't Mad About His Pro Bowl Snub, But His Teammates Are.
* Patterson's Perfect Play:
46:50: Grievance Grievance.
* Cubs held hostage by a situation of their own making.
52:05: White Sox Outbid League For Gio Gonzalez.
* Coffman: "He looks up to five-and-divers."
54:19: Every Bulls Worst Loss Yet Is Worse Than The Last Worst Loss Yet.
58:24: Patrick Kane Still Loves Playing Hockey.
* Keith back, Seabrook benched.
1:02:05: Lovie's Beard Has One Game Left This Year.
1:02:33: Paul Reed Still The Man.
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