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Bears running back Michael Bush scored two touchdowns Sunday against the Vikings and might find himself with a larger role going forward if Matt Forte (ankle) has to miss time with his latest injury.Fantasy Spin:Forte left Sunday's game versus Minnesota after injuring the same ankle he sprained earlier this season. Prior to Sunday, Bush hadn't crossed the goal line since Week 3.
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Apologies to anyone who listened to our advice to pick up running back Ronnie Hillman during the week with the expectation that he would start for the Denver Broncos. John Fox pulled a fast one on all of us.
Knowshon Moreno, who is a former first-round pick but has been a bust for Denver, surprisingly got the start on Sunday for the Broncos against the Kansas City Chiefs. He actually...
Running back Michael Bush celebrates his touchdown during the first half. — Nuccio DiNuzzo, Chicago Tribune, Nov. 25, 2012
The Chicago Bears picked up their eighth win of the season as they defeated the Minnesota Vikings 28-10 at Soldier Field.
The Bears created three turnovers on defense turning them into 14 points. They had an effective running game led by Michael Bush’s two...
It appears as if the injury sustained by Chicago Bears running back Matt Forte Sunday against the Minnesota Vikings is not severe, although the team consider him questionable for their Week 13 game against the Seattle Seahawks.
Jason LaCanfora said that Forte’s injury ”does not appear to be severe enough to threaten him long-term.” Forte already missed time earlier this season...
According to Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports, the ankle injury that Bears running back Matt Forte suffered this past Sunday doesn’t seem to be severe. His status for this coming week is currently questionable.
Matt Forte’s ankle injury does not appear to be severe enough to threaten him long-term, though his status for this week in question
— Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora...
Bears' running back Matt Forte is questionable for Sunday's game against Seattle with a right ankle injury suffered against Minnesota.Fantasy Spin:It's the same ankle where he suffered an ankle sprain earlier this season. Michael Bush scored twice from in close against Minnesota and would get the majority of the workload if Forte can play.
Bears running back Matt Forte's ankle injury is not severe and likely won't threaten his long-term status. SOURCE: Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports.Fantasy Spin:Forte's status for Sunday's game versus Seattle in up in the air but it has to be considered a good sign that he's yet to be ruled out. The Bears can afford to be careful with Forte since they have Michael Bush.
Chicago Bears running back Matt Forte left Sunday’s game against the Vikings early with an ankle injury. Michael Bush finished the game as the Bears’ lead back.
Matt Forte has left the game with an ankle injury. His return is questionable. #Bears #MINvsCHI
— Chicago Bears (@ChicagoBears) November 25, 2012
After the game Bears linebacker Lance Briggs was seen walking around...
Bears running back Matt Forte limped to the locker room with a right ankle injury Sunday.Fantasy Spin:It's the same ankle where he suffered an ankle sprain earlier this season. We'll have updates as they become available.
The Chicago Bears got a much-needed win, but they lost two key players in the process. Devin Hester and Matt Forte were both injured in the Bears win over the Minnesota Vikings. Chicago won the game and improved to 8-3 on the season. They needed the win with Green Bay right on their heels this season.
According to Jeff Dickerson of ESPN Chicago, Hester left the game yesterday...
TD or not TD? While that may sound like a simple question, when it comes to the NFL, the answer can be quite complicated.
The real answer is . . . it depends.
When a touchdown is called on the field, it is not always a touchdown on the scoreboard.
See what I mean?
We are in Week 12 of the NFL season, but honestly it doesn't matter what week we're in. Replay is not only...
CHICAGO — Bears receiver and return specialist Devin Hester left Sunday’s game against the Minnesota Vikings with a concussion.
The injury occurred early in the game, although it was not clear exactly when. The Bears announced he would miss the remainder of the game with about five minutes left in the half.
Eric Weems replaced Hester at receiver and on returns.