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Inside the Bears:
When Julius Peppers beat Seahawks backup tackle Paul McQuistan to force a Tarvaris Jackson fumble that teammate Israel Idonije recovered in the end zone for a touchdown in the first quarter Sunday, it looked like the Bears’ defense was taking matters into its own hands and Peppers was going to have a field day against the overmatched McQuistan. At that point, the defense had scored as many touchdowns as the offense in the last three games — one. But it wasn’t nearly enough. With Caleb Hanie trumping the Idonije touchdown by throwing two interceptions that were returned for scores, the …
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Chicago Bears wide receiver Johnny Knox was taken off the field on a board and cart and transported to a hospital during the first quarter of Sunday's game with what team officials described as a "mid-back injury."
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Q brings us a NWSportsBeat.com You tube video of the Seattle Seahawks vs. Chicago Bears game today where Big Red Bryant grabbed himself an interception and high stepped it into the endzone. Marshawn Lynch ran for a pair of touchdowns and Tarvaris Jackson threw for another as the Seattle Seahawks kept their slim playoff hopes alive with a 38-14 victory.
The Bears have placed rookie safety Chris Conte on injured reserve with a foot sprain.
Bears coach Lovie Smith said receiver Johnny Knox had full movement in his body after being taken from the field on a cart with a lower back injury in the opening minutes of Sunday's 38-14 loss to the Seattle Seahawks.
The Chicago Bears medical staff carted off receiver Johnny Knox in the first quarter of Sunday's game against the Seattle Seahawks because of what appeared to be a serious back injury.
Players of the gameQuarterback Tarvaris Jackson completed 15 of 19 passes in the second half for 176 yards and a touchdown. He threw for just 51 yards in the first half, and lost a fumble in the end zone that resulted in Chicago's first touchdown.
Red Bryant's go-ahead touchdown in the third quarter -- Seattle's second score in a span of 50 seconds -- sent the Seahawks to a 38-14 rout of the Chicago Bears on Sunday.
Red Bryant returned an interception 20 yards for the go-ahead TD in the third quarter Sunday and the Seattle Seahawks kept their faint playoff hopes alive by routing the Chicago Bears 38-14.