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The Chicago Bears have announced that Jason Campbell will be their starting quarterback when they take on the 49ers Monday night.
Jay Cutler suffered a concussion during Week 10′s loss to the Texans and hasn’t been able to return to the practice field this week.
“There is not a whole lot I can say. He is getting better,” said head coach Lovie Smith on Thursday. “Don’t know if he’ll be able to go this week.”
Campbell will obviously have his work cut out for him against one of the best defensive units in the league. The fact that they’re on the road only complicates matters further, but Chicago brings with them a very stout defense as well, so they’ll need another strong performance from Brian Urlacher and company.
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With Jay Cutler still not cleared for practice due to a concussion, the Bears announced that Jason Campbell will start Monday night's game against the 49ers.
Jason Campbell will start for the Bears in Monday's game at San Francisco, NFL Network reported Friday. Campbell, who signed a one-year, $3.5 million deal to back up Jay Cutler, has 70 career starts. Teammates said Thursday the offense wouldn't change much if Cutler was forced to miss his first game this season with a concussion. That's a far cry from the 2011...
If Bears QB Jay Cutler can’t play Sunday due to a concussion, Jason Campbell will start under center. If Campbell continues to check down, San Francisco’s defense will have a field day.
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The Chicago Bears believe they can get by without Jay Cutler. That theory might be tested this week, and the team is getting Jason Campbell ready for Monday night's game against the 49ers.
With starting quarterback Jay Cutler sidelined with a concussion, the Chicago Bears hand the reigns to backup Jason Campbell for an important West coast trip to San Francisco Monday night. The Bears (7-2) are trying to maintain their grip in the NFC North, where they hold a one game advantage over Green Bay, and stay within striking distance of 8-1 [...]
It is looking doubtful that the Chicago Bears will have Jay Culter for Monday nights game against the San Francisco 49ers. With Culter out the first-team reps will be taken by backup Jason Campbell. Culter left Sunday’s game against Houston with a concussion after a helmet to helmet hit by Texans linebacker Tim Dobbins.
RELATED: Tim Dobbins fined $30,000 for hit on Culter.
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There is no doubt the return of rookie wide receiver Alshon Jeffery will help the Chicago Bears’ offense on Monday night.
But against a very stingy San Francisco 49ers pass defense it could be tough for backup quarterback Jason Campbell to find any open receivers.
The 49ers’ defense allow the least amount of points per game (14.1), the third least total yards per game (292.1...
The Chicago Bears have announced that backup quarterback Jason Campbell will start on Sunday after starter Jay Cutler suffered a concussion last week against the Houston Texans. This is a tough loss as the Bears will face the NFC West leading San Francisco 49ers on Sunday. Replay clearly showed Houston linebacker Tim Dobbins made helmet-to-helmet [...]
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