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Two storied NFL franchises tangle up on Monday Night Football this week, with the Cowboys hosting the Chicago Bears looking for a second straight victory. Dallas has been up-and-down so far this season. The Cowboys opened the season with an impressive 24-17 win over the New York Giants, but then were dismantled 27-7 by the Seattle Seahawks in Week 2. They rebounded last weekend, though it was definitely a struggle in that 16-10 win over [...]The post Cowboys vs. Bears: Monday Night Football Preview appeared first on Lone Star Struck.
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Brandon Marshall recorded a video criticizing former NFL player and current television analyst Warren Sapp for ripping the Chicago Bears receiver during a radio interview on Friday.
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Chicago Bears running back Matt Forte was limited in practice today.
According to Chris Wesseling of Rotoworld.com, Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune believes Forte will play on Monday night barring a setback.
The Cowboys have the number one ranked defense in the NFL, it will be interesting to see how the Bears’ running game fairs against them.
This Monday night, two of the NFL’s most storied franchises will square off when the Chicago Bears come to Dallas to take on the Cowboys. Both teams enter the contest at 2-1, looking to prove to the rest of the league that they have what it takes to be an offensive juggernaut.
The Cowboys’ have been nothing short of unimpressive so far this season on offense only averaging 15...
According to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, the Chicago Bears will likely be without running back Matt Forte for another week.
The Bears are also bringing in Ryan Grant for a work out, which doesn’t make sense if they expect Forte to be back in another week or so.
Bears running back Matt Forte, who returned to practice Wednesday off a sprained right ankle, was limited during Thursday's practice.
Coach Lovie Smith continued to express optimism concerning Forte's status.
"Matt Forte continues to get better," Smith said. "Being able to do a little bit more each day. Can't tell you a lot more than that as far as...
Shea McClellin was selected by the Bears to provide pressure on passing downs. So far, mission accomplished, as he currently ranks second in sacks amongst rookie defensive ends.
Running back Matt Forte, who sprained his ankle Sept. 13 against the Green Bay Packers, returned to the Chicago Bears practice Wednesday and reportedly plans to play at the Dallas Cowboys on Monday night. "As long as you know how to take care of your body, that's how you get back on the field," he told the Chicago Tribune. "I've had ankle injuries before...
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Chicago Bears wide receiver Brandon Marshall recorded a video ripping NFL Network analyst and former player Warren Sapp. Sapp was asked on Friday’s “Dan Patrick Show” for his reaction to Carolina Panthers quarterback Cam Newton celebrating his touchdown with his team down 23-0 in the third quarter of a 36-7 loss to the New York Giants. “These...