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Boston Herald Sports:
GREEN BAY, Wis. _ It wasn't too long ago, back when the Chicago Bears were trying to make a go of it with Rex Grossman,...
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It is hard to continue judging these games as if they are real games. They are not real games. They are games played with the alarming disadvantage of the Bears not having Jay Cutler. Other thoughts. POSITIVE Kahlil Bell is the answer at the backup tailback position. He needs to protect the football better but... Read more »
Bears RB Marion Barber was not given a vote of confidence by coach Lovie Smith this afternoon. Will the Bears go forward with Kahlil Bell or give the veteran one more shot next season?
The Chicago Bears season ended for all purpose with the injury to Jay Cutler in week 11. The Green Bay Packers ended the pathetic Bears season in a practical sense on Sunday night of Christmas Day. It ends officially and mercifully (and believe me I mean mercifully, because when you live in Chicago, people DO NOT SHUT UP ABOUT THE BEARS EVER) on Sunday.
But Sunday night’s game...
GREEN BAY, Wis. – If quarterback Josh McCown and running back Kahlil Bell were auditioning for backup roles with the Bears next season, both made strong cases in Sunday night's 35-21 loss to the Packers.
The broken thumb that helped sink the Bears’ season is healed, but Jay Cutler is still likely done for 2011. Cutler will have the pins removed from his thumb on Tuesday, but Lovie Smith didn’t sound like he was going to have his quarterback in the lineup against the Vikings. Brad Biggs of the Chicago…
Chicago Bears running back Marion Barber is inactive for Sunday night's game against the Green Bay Packers.
In week 16 of the 2011 NFL season the 13-1 NFC North Champion Green Bay Packers host the 7-7 Chicago Bears tonight on Christmas Day. Kickoff is scheduled for 7:20pm CT at Lambeau Field. Event: Chicago Bears vs. Green Bay Packers. Official Injury Reports: Bears – Packers. When: Today, December 25, 2011 @ 7:20pm CT. [...]
Officially, the Washington Redskins sold out their 368th consecutive home game on Sunday, extending an NFL record. More officially, the NFL's sellout streaks are a bunch of nonsense.
FedEx Field has capacity for 82,000 fans. Announced attendance on Sunday was 68,370, with actual attendance far lower still. Look at that picture. It was taken midway through the first quarter...