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NorthWest Sports Beat:
RAMS vs. BEARS (Sun Sept 23 1 PM ET)
The Rams are coming off a solid win over the Redskins and while their defense did not look very good and Steven Jackson struggled Sam Bradford passed for over 300 yards.
The Bears look to bounce back after their embarrassing last loss to Green Bay where Jay Cutler threw 4 INT and he was sacked 7 times. There is a good chance he will rebound facing a suspect Rams pass defense and a pass rush that has 2 sacks after 2 games.
Bradford will be counted on to carry the offense with Jackson nursing a minor injury and on top of that while the Bears are solid defending the run they only ranks 21st in the league defending the pass.
Cutler and Matt Forte will be too much for the Rams defense to handle and while Bradford will have a good game he will not be able to lead St. Louis to a win in the Windy City.
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The Tim Tebow haters finally received a break. Thanks to what has been dubbed as the "shoved heard around the (sports) world, Jay Cutler stole the spotlight over the past week and then some. Cutler's shove of offensive lineman J'Marcus Webb, during the Bears' 23-10 beat-down by the Packers last Thursday, has become fodder for any and all talking sports heads around...
Steven Jackson had a clever comeback to Redskins quarterback Robert Griffin III's complaints that the Rams were engaging in "extracurricular stuff."
The St. Louis Rams announced that running back Steven Jackson has been listed as questionable for Sunday’s game and will likely be a game-time decision.
I would think that Daryl Richardson will find himself getting a good amount of carries once again this week.
For the second straight day, St. Louis Rams running back Steven Jackson didn’t practice because of a groin injury. He could end up being a game time decision on Sunday.
If Jackson can’t go, we might see Daryl Richardson step in and get significant time like he did last week.
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Washington Redsksins quarterback Robert Griffin III complained about the Rams playing dirty and hitting him late during last Sunday’s game.
“It was weird,” Griffin said. “People want to hit me because they don’t think I can take a hit.”
On Thursday, Rams running back Steven Jackson responded to Griffin.
“It’s not the Big 12,” Jackson said.
“I don’t think we’re...
Once again, before we can move on to week 3′s picks, it’s time to recap our picks from week one. My Studs from Week 2 - I thought I might get lucky by repeating my week 1 pick with Jay Cutler at QB (even though I felt like stealing Stephen’s pick in RG3). Cutler, though, was [...]
After a week of Jay Cutler discussion and critique, the Chicago Bears are putting the past behind them and preparing for Sunday’s home date with the St. Louis Rams. It figures to be a pivotal game for the 1-1 Bears, as they seek to rebound from their dismal showing in the Green Bay game. The Bears hope to be more [...]
(Eds: APNewsNow. Will be updated. With AP Photos.) By ANDREW SELIGMAN AP Sports Writer Henry Melton figures he might have a few words for Sam Bradford when the Chicago Bears meet the St. Louis Rams on Sunday, and they probably won't be nice.
It's just a Texas-Oklahoma thing.
The former Longhorn says he'll probably have something ''dirty'' to say to Bradford...
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Bears quarterback Jay Cutler was sacked twice in the home opener versus the Colts and seven times in Week Two against the Packers. Nine sacks through two games is just unacceptable.
Clearly a change had to be made up front.
The Bears decided to move backup guard Chilo Rachal into the lineup. He spent his first four seasons in the NFL with the 49ers.
He appeared in 55 games making...