Found March 20, 2012 on Football Nation:
Bears’ Season Summary The Bears struggled out of the gate to a 2-3 record and were in danger of dropping out of the playoff race early as the Packers and Lions both started 5-0. With their playoff lives on the line, the Bears came roaring back with a five game winning streak, starting with a Sunday night 39-10 thrashing of the Minnesota Vikings. They were playing their best football of the season when Jay Cutler dislocated the thumb on his throwing hand during a 31-20 shoot-out win over the Chargers. With the Bears only needing three wins in their final six games, Caleb Hanie stepped in as the No. 1 quarterback. With Hanie at the controls the season and its playoff possibilities collapsed. The Bears limped into the offseason to watch the playoffs on television. 2011 Record Regular Season: 8-8 Third in the NFC North Playoffs: Missed the playoffs for the fourth time in five seasons (or the first time in two seasons if you’re Lovie Smith). Positions of Need Offensive Line: Bears’ qu...
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Jay Cutler’s Kid Is Already A Huge Star

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Did You Know? 3-20-2012

Brandon Marshall has averaged nearly 100 yards per outing against the Bears’ three division opponents. In two career games versus each team, he has compiled 19 receptions for 198 yards against the Lions, 13 catches for 201 yards versus the Packers and 14 receptions for 185 yards and one touchdown against the Vikings. He’s had a 10-reception, 100-yard game against all three clubs...

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