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San Francisco 49ers
Who knew what this Monday night matchup would be prior to week one. The possibilities exploded off the schedule until quarterback concussions and injuries occurred quicker than a Tony Romo interception. With Jake Cutler down and Alex Smith hoping for game-time medical approval, this game has definitely lost its luster. However, it remains larger than the injury reports. Six weeks remain after this one; just enough time to snatch the top seed in the NFC from the current top bird in Atlanta. For the loser of this game, a tougher battle to win a division with the second place squad hot on the heels.Chicago and San Francisco are closely matched. Neither average more than 200 yards in the air, nor less than 100 yards on the ground. They have prolific defenses while the Bears are sexier. This year's version of Monster's of the Midway lead the league in defensive touchdowns, interceptions and second behind the Patriots in forced fumbles. Each team has faced teams struggling to find...
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The Chicago Bears announced today that Jay Cutler will not play MondayNight against the San Francisco 49ers.
LM: #Bears have announced that QB Jason Campbell will start Monday night's game at San Francisco.
— Chicago Bears (@ChicagoBears) November 16, 2012
Jason Campbell will get the start instead. Campbell is an experienced quarterback with plenty of starts in his career...
While the Chicago Bears have announced they’ll be without
quarterback Jay Cutler (concussion) tonight against the San Francisco 49ers,
wide receiver Alshon Jeffery is probable to return from a hand injury.
The Bears ruled Cutler out entering the weekend, as he was
unable to practice last week following a concussion he sustained against the
Houston Texans. It’s unclear when...
The Chicago Bears say quarterback Jay Cutler will miss Monday's
game at San Francisco because of a concussion.
Jason Campbell will start for the Bears in Monday's game at San Francisco, NFL Network reported Friday. Campbell, who signed a one-year, $3.5 million deal to back up Jay Cutler, has 70 career starts. Teammates said Thursday the offense wouldn't change much if Cutler was forced to miss his first game this season with a concussion. That's a far cry from the 2011...
The Chicago Bears have announced that backup quarterback Jason Campbell will start on Sunday after starter Jay Cutler suffered a concussion last week against the Houston Texans. This is a tough loss as the Bears will face the NFC West leading San Francisco 49ers on Sunday. Replay clearly showed Houston linebacker Tim Dobbins made helmet-to-helmet [...]
Two of the top three teams in the NFC face off in San Francisco tonight where the 49ers will be hosting the Bears.
The 49ers are coming off a tie, which equals the worst way to end a game ever, last week against St. Louis. Chicago lost to Houston last week, and they lost Jay Cutler to a concussion in the process.
Jay Cutler will not play tonight after suffering a concussion against...
As anticipated, Bears quarterback Jay Cutler (concussion) will miss his first game of the season after being ruled out for Week 11 at San Francisco, the Chicago Tribune reports. Jason Campbell will take his spot as the starter for the Bears on Monday night after replacing Cutler for the start of the second half of last Sunday's game against Houston after he sustained a concussion...
The Chicago Bears will have to rely on Jason Campbell if they are to defeat the San Francisco 49ers on Monday night. Jay Culter has been ruled out due to the lingering effects of a concussion.
Cutler was knocked out of the Bears’ Nov. 11 game against Houston following a helmet-to-helmet hit from Texans linebacker Tim Dobbins. Dobbins has since been fined $30,000 by the league for...
Last year, after compiling a 7-3 record, the Bears appeared right on track toward making a playoff berth. Following a 31-20 win over the Chargers in Week 11, it was discovered that quarterback Jay Cutler broke his thumb and would likely be out for the remainder of the season.
The Bears moved forward with backup Caleb Hanie. Then-General Manager Jerry Angelo felt strongly enough about...
Chicago Bears (7-2) at San Francisco 49ers (7-2)
I can’t make a final pick on this one because there are too many unknowns with injuries and with the line in general (it’s not yet posted). However, I can do a reasonable preview based on what we do know. Here’s what we know. We know Jay Cutler has been ruled out and will not play for the Bears. Instead, Jason Campbell will start...
It’s the marquee Monday Night matchup of the season thus far: the 7-2 Chicago Bears, led by quarterback Jay Cutler, travelling to San Francisco to take on the 6-2-1 host 49ers, led by quarterback Alex Smith.
What a game! The Bears, the leaders in the NFC North, feature a take-no-prisoners defense that leads the league in takeaways. Their offense is inconsistent, but the...
This was one powerfully terrible game to watch, the San Francisco 49ers basically eviscerated the Bears 32-7 in a game that was never even a game. Alshon Jeffery exploded his knee,so that is always great for Bears morale considering everyone is injured. This just in, Jason Campbell blows. Let DA BEARS Meme’s ensue. Mike Ditka style, errrrr Mike Tice …errrrr Cutlerfak style....
That’s Kristin Cavallari this weekend on her way to some stupid unnecessary photoshoot assignment. For some reason she feels it’s necessary to do photoshoots when she’s already been sperminated by Jay Cutler and gets half of his bank account once they get married one of these days.
Out of the 20 or so photos in the paparazzi gallery, there had to be one where it looks like...
Several big-name NFL quarterbacks got injured last weekend, creating difficult spots for their teams, and changes in the point spreads. Unsurprisingly, the injury to Ben Roethlisberger has the most significant effect on the spread.
Per Pregame.com, here’s how much each starting quarterback’s injury is worth to his team’s point spread:
Big Ben: 4 points
Jay Cutler: 2 points...
Monday night will be a NFC battle between the Chicago Bears and the San Francisco 49ers. The stage will be set for the two most feared defenses in the NFL.The Bears will try to bounce back from a tough loss against the Houston Texans this past Sunday night.Not only did they lose Sunday night but they will be without their starting quarterback Jay Cutler after suffering a concussion...