Take Your Pick: Week 13 (2:18)
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22mDavid Schoenfield

Where will Justin Upton end up signing?

A look at five possible free agent destinations for Justin Upton, yet don't be surprised if Upton provides his own surprise with his decision.

Adam Rittenberg ESPN Staff Writer 

Rooting interest today for Notre Dame: Navy over Houston, TCU over Baylor, Nebraska over Iowa. Committee loves Navy, which is ND's best win to date. If Mids win today and Temple wins Saturday, ND will have wins against both teams in AAC title game. Baylor loss eliminates Bears from Big 12 title contention and the possibility of jumping ND for playoff spot. Iowa loss would make it tough for Hawkeyes to make Playoff even if they beat MSU/OSU/Mich in Big Ten title game.

Cutler rallies for first win at Lambeau

After a miserable start to the Thursday night game, Jay Cutler was able to muster up enough offense to topple the Packers in Green Bay. He finished 19 of 31 for 200 yards and no turnovers in his first career win at Lambeau Field. Game balls

Forte can't get much going in return

In his first game back since being injured on Nov. 1, Matt Forte managed just 44 yards on 15 carries. He added one nine-yard catch to total four fantasy points in the win over Green Bay. Thanksgiving Day fantasy winners/losers

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3hDavid Lombardi

Five things to watch: Notre Dame-Stanford

Success on the ground could well dictate who controls this matchup, whose winner still has some shot at the College Football Playoff.

Robert Smith: Notre Dame needs to limit turnovers to beat Stanford (0:50)
Bears more fun to watch lately (1:35)
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Cutler breaks dubious streaks

Not only did Jay Cutler win his first game at Lambeau Field on Thanksgiving night, it was also the first time in 13 starts that he did not throw an interception against the Packers.

Cutler, Lacy receive game balls in upset at Lambeau Field (1:12)
Cutler, Bears come up big in tight game (0:37)
Bears hold off Packers, spoil Favre's number retirement (1:36)
Rodgers' elbow gets banged up in loss (0:42)
Brunell impressed by Bears' victory (1:47)
Willie Young excited for victory over Packers (0:54)

Final: Bears 17, Packers 13

  • CHI QB Cutler: 19-31, 200 yds, TD
  • CHI RB Langford: 48 rush yds, TD
  • GB RB Lacy: 105 rush yds, fumble; 34 rec yds, TD
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Packers looking for fourth-quarter magic

Aaron Rodgers has 12 regular-season fourth-quarter comebacks in his career. He's looking to make it 13 as he has the ball with the Packers trailing the Bears 17-13 at the 2-minute warning. Follow live

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

What a difference a year makes. The Packers led the Bears 42-0 at halftime at Lambeau Field last season, behind six Aaron Rodgers' touchdown passes. Fast forward to Thanksgiving night, and Chicago takes a 14-13 lead into the locker room.