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Bears quarterback Jay Cutler had to play from behind for a second straight week Sunday against the Saints and finished with 358 yards and two touchdowns.Fantasy Spin:The Bears have fallen behind big in two straight weeks and Cutler has averaged 337.5 passing yards while throwing four touchdown passes. He has 10 TD passes in five games this season and has a favorable matchup Thursday against the Giants.
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Bears head coach Mar Trestman told the media today that defensive tackle Nate Collins is done for the season after tearing his ACL on Sunday.
LM: Trestman confirms that DT Nate Collins has torn ACL and will miss rest of season.
— Chicago Bears (@ChicagoBears) October 7, 2013
Collins is the second defensive tackle to tear his ACL this season. They recently lost Henry Melton.
Brandon Marshall expressed frustration following the Bears’ 26-18 loss to the Saints. “The frustration comes from when we’re not winning and the offense isn’t moving the ball. It has nothing to do [with] me. It’s about I want to win,” Marshall said via ESPN.com. “I’ve got a nice contract. I’ve been to Pro Bowls. I’ve made All-Pro. I want to win. Sometimes, the...
Bears DT Henry Melton is scheduled to pay a visit to Dr. James Andrews on Thursday to repair his torn ACL.
#Bears DT Henry Melton will undergo surgery to repair torn ACL in left knee on Thursday in Florida. Dr. James Andrews will perform surgery.
— Brad Biggs (@BradBiggs) October 5, 2013
Melton is in great hands, there’s no better doctor out there than Andrews.
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Okay – I’m taking a break from putting together a heady, well-structured game recap to respond to this week’s game and the state of the Bears in general simply from the point of view of a fan, which I am first and foremost. The Bears are 3-2, and still tied atop the NFC North. They’ve lost two straight games by single digits to good teams. Jay Cutler is still en route to...
Brandon Marshall was focused on his own demeanor. He was judging himself by how he handled himself on the sideline Sunday against the New Orleans Saints.
And Marshall said he felt proud about how he composed himself during the Bears’ 26-18 loss at Soldier Field.
‘‘Sorry for patting myself on the back’’ Marshall said. ‘‘There’s not too much that I can hang my hat...
Bears wideout Alshon Jeffery had a career game Sunday against the Saints, catching 10 balls for 218 yards and a touchdown.Fantasy Spin:Jay Cutler targeted Jeffery 13 times, seven more than any other Bears player. Brandon Marshall has been blanketed by opposing defenses in recent weeks, but the emergence of Jeffery as a dangerous weapon should open things up for Marshall going forward.
The New Orleans Saints and Chicago Bears will meet on Sunday. While the Saints (4-0) are looking to start the season 5-0, the Bears (3-1) are looking to rebound from a disappointing loss in Week 4.
With Sean Payton back on the sidelines the Saints have wiped away the troubles from 2012 while first-year Bears coach Marc Trestman has to Bears playing well.
Coverage of the game between...
The Bears are running very thin at the defensive tackle position. Coming into Sunday's game, the team had been forced to place Henry Melton on Injured Reserve. They will now also be without Stephen Paea, who missed practice all week with a toe injury. Without both Melton and Paea, the Bears defensive front will be a weakspot for the team. Nate Collins and Landon Cohen, both...
The Chicago Bears say defensive tackle Nate Collins will miss
the rest of the season because of a knee injury.
Chicago Bears players and coaches discuss today's 26-18 loss to the New Orleans Saints.
Everyone knows that the ‘Thursday Night Football’ game is a nice link between Monday and Sunday games, but produces cringe-worthy television. Chicago and New York are fortunate enough to get their mandatory mid-week game out of the way early.
Both teams head into their night tilt looking at was has gone wrong more than what has gone right. The Bears have lost two straight games...
Join Bear Report publisher Jeremy Stoltz from the Soldier Field press box throughout today's NFC contest between the Chicago Bears and the New Orleans Saints.
I always enjoy playing the Bears because it gives me a chance to interact with my buddy "ChicagoBearJew". We keep in touch throughout the season on twitter even when our teams don't play, but he's my go to source for information on the Bears. Of course I had to get his take on a number of things pertaining to this matchup. He's a must follow on twitter, so be...