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The Chiefs rank last in the NFL with just 13 sacks this season. But that doesnt mean the Bears arent expecting Kansas City to pressure quarterback Caleb Hanie.
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As the Bears prepare to host the Chiefs Sunday at Soldier Field, they're expecting quarterback Caleb Hanie to pick up right where he left off in the second half of last week's loss to the Raiders.
Caleb Hanie takes over for Jay Cutler in Chicago.
For a while, it looked like the NFC North might send the Packers, Bears and Lions to the playoffs. There’s a chance that still could happen, but it’s a longshot. With the Packers cruising, the Bears and Lions have some work to do if they want to grab a wild card slot.
Meanwhile, the Minnesota Vikings are holding down the bottom...
I will discuss whether or not Caleb Hanie can keep the Bears going until Jay Culter comes back.
chiefs AT bears Time: Noon. Line: Bears by 7. Records (overall/ATS): Chiefs 4-7/6-5; Bears 7-4/6-5. Fast fact: Caleb Hanie had a 97.7 rating in the second half vs. the Raiders last week — 107.8 without two spikes. Outlook: Barring inclement weather, Hanie should be much improved in his second NFL...
Johnny Knox seems to have a good on-field relationship with Caleb Hanie and both he and the Bears should benefit from it.
Here is a look at hypothetical propositional wagers between the Bears and Chiefs.
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Bears. The Bears defense gave a supreme effort last week but they just couldn’t sustain 60 minutes of keeping the Raiders out of the end zone while battling...
The Chicago Bears indicated they still have faith in their No. 2 quarterback despite a difficult performance last week. Their next opponent doesn't appear to feel the same way.
While Chicago sticks with Caleb Hanie, the Kansas City Chiefs might start former Bear Kyle Orton over a struggling Tyler Palko on Sunday at Soldier Field.
The Bears remain in position for a wild-card...
Looks like Josh McCown still has some catching up to do: The man who was brought in to be No. 2 quarterback behind Chicago Bears starter Caleb Hanie is inactive for the second straight game Sunday, with rookie Nathan Enderle serving as Hanie's backup.