Chicago Bulls fans turning on Derrick Rose after another injury

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Derrick Rose went down again last night as the Chicago Bulls took on the Toronto Raptors.

The former NBA MVP suffered a hamstring injury in the fourth quarter and tried to downplay how serious it was despite the fact that he was pulled out of the game as the Bulls went on to win.

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It is not yet known if Rose will miss any more time with the knock, he's already been sat on the sidelines enough this year, and it seems that some Chicago Bulls fans are starting to turn on him.

After he received incredibly harsh criticism from the likes of Charles Barkley and Skip Bayless, it looks like Bulls fans are hopping on the bandwagon in there annoyance at the star man's constant problems.

Fans took to Twitter last night, exasperated with the point guard, and let their feelings be known about the 26-year old.

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Staying in the NBA, it looks like the 2014 Philadelphia 76ers are on their way to becoming the worst team in history. The Sixers have to win 8 games or less this season to be the worst of all time, and are well on their way with an 0 and 8 start.

Over to the NFL, where the Miami Dolphins came out on top in Thursday Night Football. Ryan Tannehill and co. edged out the Buffalo Bills 22-9 in a very defensive affair at Sun Life Stadium.

And finally, Chicago Bears star Brandon Marshall challenged a Lions fan to a fight on Twitter last night. The Lions supporter made comments about Marshall's mother before the receiver offered him $25,000 dollars to step in a ring.

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