Daily Dosage: Chicago's split decision

Back by popular demand, it's Daily Dosage. The segment that features sports commentary that gets overlooked only because it shares the page with a pretty girl.

Today that pretty girl is Tatyana Ali, who got most of the people in my generation know as Ashley from The Fresh Prince of Bel Air.

Yep, she's all grown up now.

Finally, the return of the Daily Dosage.

Bears busted by Vikings. Adrian Peterson and the Minnesota Vikings exposed the Chicago Bears to be what they truly are.


And in the process staked a claim to sole possession of first place in the NFC North.

Peterson rushed for 131 yards and scored a rushing touchdown and Gus Frerotte launced a 99-yard touchdown pass to former Bear Bernard Berrian en route the the Vikings' 34-14 win.

Not much to say here, seeing that Chicago QB savior Kyle Orton stunk up the joint by throwing three picks and finishing with a 39.1 QB rating. If his name was Rex Grossman, there would be a noose with his name on it at Soldier Field.

D-Rose helps Bulls d-feat 76ers. Rookie point guard Derrick Rose, who is making me look foolish as he continues to get better every day.

Rose notched a double-double with 18 points and 10 assists to go along with 5 rebounds as the Chicago Bulls finished their Circus Trip with a 103-92 win against the Philadelphia 76ers.

Guard Ben Gordon led Bulls scorers with 21 points and forward/center Drew Gooden chipped in with a 20-point, 12-rebound effort to help pace Chicago, who finished with a 3-4 road trip. Nothing special, until you consider the Bullies' recent struggles on their past Circus Trips that didn't star No. 23.

More to come on this development, for sure.

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