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Chicago Bears quarterback Josh McCown runs for a first down and Brandon Marshall throws a crushing block to clear the path. This came moments before McCown ran for a TD in the Chicago Bears vs. Dallas Cowboys Monday Night Football Game.
Brandon Marshall Crushing Block VIDEO
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Brandon Marshall used all of his 6-foot-4, 230-pound frame to absolutely level Sean Lee on Monday night.
The Bears receiver laid a heck of a block on the unsuspecting Cowboys linebacker during the second quarter of Monday’s frigid game. With Josh McCown scrambling for a first down, Marshall gave his signal caller a clear path to the sideline, laying a hearty hit on Lee that sent...
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“Da Coach” Ditka provided the fuel the Bears needed to carry them to the 45-28 victory Monday night (Photo credit: USA Today Sports Images)
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Quarterback Josh McCown has given the Chicago Bears a fighting chance.
It might be up to Jay Cutler to finish the job.
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The unsung Josh McCown has the Chicago Bears right back in the playoff hunt after beating the Dallas Cowboys 45-28 on Ditka Day in Chicago. At 7-6, the Bears are tied with the Lions and remain one game in front of the Packers. Nothing is guaranteed though, as the Bears have games remaining against the resurgent Eagles and finish up the regular season against the Packers, who will...
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Josh McCown threw for a career-high four touchdowns, and the
Chicago Bears scored on their first eight possessions to grab a
share of the NFC North lead with a 45-28 victory over the Dallas
Cowboys on a frigid Monday night.
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Urlacher also had this to say:
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