look Atlanta Falcons await in Week 3
The Bears will travel to Atlanta to take on Matt Ryan’s Falcons in a Week 3 showdown at noon on September 27. The two teams haven’t met since the first game of the 2017 season, when Mike Glennon started his first game with the Bears in a 23 17 loss at Soldier Field. The Bears had four shots to win the game from the Falcons’ five yard line in the final 20 seconds but couldn’t convert, and to make matters worse, 2015 first round pick Kevin White suffered his third season ending injury in as many years.The production of the Matt Ryan led offense over the last decade is well documented, but the addition of former Rams superstar RB Todd Gurley is intriguing. Gurley showed signs of wearing down after years of heavy usage in the Rams’ backfield, but in the right situation he might be able to revitalize his career. Terrell with the 16th overall pick in April’s draft. Atlanta started last season 1 7, nearly costing head coach Dan Quinn his job, but the team rallied to win 6 of 8 and give him another shot. How they start out of the gate in 2020 will likely determine the head coach’s fate.Bears 2020 schedule: Todd Gurley, new look Atlanta Falcons await in Week 3 originally appeared on NBC Sports ChicagoCBS NewsHouse passes $3 trillion COVID 19 relief billOn Friday evening, the House passed a $3 trillion coronavirus relief billproviding assistance to state and local governments, hazard pay for frontline health care workers, student debt forgiveness and bolstered Medicaid and Medicare. The measure, over 1,800 pages long, is unlikely to gain any traction in the Republican controlled Senate, although Senate Leader Mitch McConnell has indicated the Senate will pass further COVID 19 relief legislation ## ## . Judge Emmet Sullivan said he hasappointed a former federal judge to argue against the Justice Department controversial move to dismiss the case against Flynn, who pled guilty in 2017 to lying to the FBI about his Russian contacts but withdrew his guilty plea earlier this year. Sullivan said Tuesday he will allow third parties to weigh in on the case before dropping the charges and directed a retired judge, John Gleeson, to recommend whether Flynn should receive a criminal contempt charge for perjury.2020 election: Joe Biden says anyone who believes Tara Reade should not vote for him in NovemberJoe Biden has said anyone who believes accuser Tara Reade, who claimed he harassed her while working in the Senate, should not vote for him come November, but confessed he doesn remember the staffer. The former vice president and assumed Democratic presidential nominee spoke to Lawrence O for MSNBC on Thursday to discuss his bid to unseat Donald Trump come November. But, since at least 2019, there has been a change that scientists believe could pose a potential danger to the Big Island. The HOA official, who said his name was David Stewart, told Miller that he had called police on him after Miller refused to disclose customer information. (AP) Former Army Staff Sgt. Ronald Shurer II, who received the Medal of Honor in 2018 for braving heavy gunfire to save lives in Afghanistan, has died of cancer. She said he was diagnosed with cancer three years ago. On balance, Germany has dealt with its coronavirus outbreak much better than most nations around the world. In a guest column in Friday edition of the Frankfurter Allgemeine Zeitung newspaper, Josep Borrell said China should act to help protect the world from future pandemics. “An independent scientific investigation of the origin of this pandemic is also necessary,” he wrote.The WeekEsteemed medical journal blasts Trump coronavirus response in editorialAn esteemed medical journal has called out President Trump for his administration response to the coronavirus crisis in a highly critical editorial. In an editorial published this week, The Lancet, a peer reviewed medical journal, blasts the national response to the coronavirus pandemic as “inconsistent and incoherent” and criticizes that the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention “has seen its role minimized and become an ineffective and nominal adviser” during the crisis. companies including Apple and Boeing on an “unreliable entities list” in response to newly announced sanctions on tech giant Huawei. “China will take forceful countermeasures to protect its own legitimate rights,” a source told China government ownedGlobal Times. The country could cease purchasing planes made by Boeing, and impose restrictions or even launch investigations into Qualcomm, Cisco, or Apple under Chinese anti monopoly and cybersecurity laws.