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(By Joseph Person, firstname.lastname@example.org) The Panthers had special teams issues before Sunday.Devin Hester just magnified them.
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Devin Hester of the Chicago Bears is apparently still fast and decent at returning punt returns. Against the Carolina Panthers today, Devin Hester broke an NFL record with his 11th punt return for a touchdown. Check out his return below where he makes the Panthers defense look silly. Someone please tell me why the Panthers are kicking to Hester?
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Devin Hester of the Bears set an NFL record Sunday with his 11th career punt return for a touchdown, running one back 69 yards against the Panthers.
Chicago Bears receiver Devin Hester returned his 11th career punt for a touchdown today, breaking an NFL record originally held by Eric Metcalf.
During Chicago’s 34-29 victory over the Panthers yesterday, the Bears players seemed to have a case of tumble-itis.
First, after setting a new NFL record with his 11th punt return for a touchdown, Devin Hester performed THREE forward rolls through the endzone, drawing a 15-yard penalty:
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Then, as if to somehow try and out-do Hester, Marion Barber attempted...
Devin Hester set an NFL record with his 11th punt return for a touchdown, Matt Forte ran for a career-high 205 yards and Chicago beat Cam Newton and the Carolina Panthers 34-29 on Sunday.
Devin Hester was performing somersaults. Matt Forte was running wild, too.
Even so, this was hardly a breather for the Chicago Bears.
The Headline: The Bears defense and special teams comes up big in win against the Panthers
The Story: The Carolina Panthers could not stop the Bears rushing attack. Chicago got it going on the ground and continued to pound the Panthers defense throughout the game. Matt Forte had been asking for more carries, and he got them in this game. They went to the big running back 25 times...
In news that should surprise no one, Chicago Bears receiver/returner Devin Hester has been named NFC Special Teams Player of the Week after setting an NFL record with his 11th career punt return touchdown.
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The Panthers outgained Chicago 299-141 in total yardage in the first half, but trailed 24-20 at halftime thanks to some shoddy special teams play against the best returner in NFL history.
Devin Hester had a 73-yard kickoff return to set up one Bears' touchdown, and raced 69 yards for a punt return for a score to give Chicago a two-touchdown lead. Olindo Mare made the touchdown...
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(By Ron Green Jr., email@example.com) Frustrated by special teams breakdowns that allowed a late punt return for a touchdown in the season-opening loss at Arizona and two long, costly returns by Chicago's Devin Hester on Sunday, the Panthers have made three personnel moves with one directly related to improving special teams.After releasing safety Sean Considine...
A look at Chicago Bears news and views for October 3, 2011, including an update on Chris Spencer’s hand injury, one man’s opinion that the Bears should cut their losses and trade Jay Cutler, and a recap of Devin Hester’s and Matt Forte’s big games.
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