On Sept. 18, the Chicago Bears (1-1) lost to their hated archrival, the Green Bay Packers (1-1), 27-10 in Wisconsin in front of a national audience.
Aaron Jones rushed for 132 yards and a touchdown and caught a scoring pass from Aaron Rodgers, who continued his domination of the Bears, ESPN noted.
Green Bay beat the Bears for a seventh straight time (after amassing a 24-7 halftime lead), matching its second-longest win streak in the 205-game history of the NFL's oldest rivalry. The Packers won 10 straight over the Bears during 1994-98.
"Coming out with a disappointing loss like this, it hurts," Bears quarterback Justin Fields said. "We've just got to respond."
The Bears will next host the Houston Texans on Sunday, Sept. 25.
In MLB action, the Chicago White Sox (76-71) downed the Detroit Tigers (55-91) in Michigan.
The South Siders' Andrew Vaughn hit his first career grand slam, ESPN noted. Eloy Jiménez and AJ Pollock also connected as Chicago won for the third time in four games.
The White Sox are trying to catch the AL Central-leading Cleveland Guardians, but they are running out of time. They trail Cleveland by 3 1/2 games after the Guardians lost 3-0 to Minnesota.
Chicago next hosts Cleveland on Tuesday, Sept. 20, in the opener of a crucial three-game series.
The Colorado Rockies (64-82) scored a rare road win when they defeated the Chicago Cubs (62-84) 4-3 at Wrigley Field on Sept. 18.
The Rockies' record away from home is now 24-48, tying the team with Kansas City for the worst road record, per ESPN.
Connor Joe hit a solo homer for last-place Colorado, and Brendan Rodgers had a run-scoring groundout.
"When you don't have command, it's tough to get into the flow, the rhythm," Chicago manager David Ross said. "They weren't chasing outside the zone."
The Cubs next visit Florida to play the Miami Marlins on Monday, Sept. 19.