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Bears CB Tim Jennings Named NFC Defensive Player Of The Month -
With an NFL-leading four interceptions in his first four games, Chicago Bears CB Tim Jennings was named NFC Defensive Player of the Month on Thursday. Going back to the final game of 2011, Jennings picked off a pass in four consecutive games to become the first Bear to accomplish that feat since Dave Duerson in 1986. The string was snapped against the Dallas Cowboys on Monday, but he finished that game with a season-high five solo tackles. A seven-year veteran, Jennings had just seven interceptions in his career entering the 2012 season. In addition to the interceptions, Jennings also had 18 tackles, one tackle for a loss, and six pass breakups, including two that led to interceptions by other Bears. Chicago leads the NFL in takeaways with 14.
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In news that should be no surprise to Chicago Bears fans, veteran Bears CB Tim Jennings was named NFC Defensive Player of the Month for September after recording an NFL high four interceptions to go along with 18 tackles, one tackle for a loss and six pass break ups, two of which led to interceptions by other Bears players. His [...]
Bears cornberback Tim Jennings has been named NFC Defensive Plaery of the Month for September after recording a league-high four interceptions.
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