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Bears: Josh McCown, who hasn't started a game in four years, takes over for Caleb Hanie at quarterback. Packers: The Packers can clinch...
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GREEN BAY, Wis. -- Josh McCown said he didn't want to get too excited when asked about starting his first game Sunday for the Chicago Bears. Given the Bears' four-game losing streak and slim NFC playoff chances, it was hard to get excited about their chances of upsetting the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field.
AFTERNOON SPORTS CLUB: The Bears were in a no-win situation with Josh McCown, but it was their own fault. Whether he was as bad as Caleb Hanie or played like Jay Cutler, anything McCown did against the Packers on Sunday night was an indictment of the Bears’ ability to evaluate quarterbacks.
Josh McCown has a been-there-done-that attitude that is serving him well as QB for the Bears. In his debut for the team, he thoroughly outdid the performances of Caleb Hanie before him.
GREEN BAY, Wis. – If quarterback Josh McCown and running back Kahlil Bell were auditioning for backup roles with the Bears next season, both made strong cases in Sunday night's 35-21 loss to the Packers.
The Chicago Bears placed their slim playoff hopes in the hands of quarterback Josh McCown and running back Kahlil Bell in a prime-time road game against the defending Super Bowl champions.
The Green Bay Packers will square off against the Chicago Bears on Christmas night, a game that has lost some of its luster since the season started.
Unless you live under a rock you have probably heard that the Green Bay Packers bid at a perfect season was taken away after their loss to the Kansas City Chiefs Sunday.
The Packers are still playing for home field advantage through...
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This morning, read up on the Bears/Packers rivalry, the aging defense, the relationship between the defense and offense, and the failure of Caleb Hanie. Thank you for reading, and happy holidays from your friends at Grizzly Detail.
The Bears laughed at the idea that there is any better...
Bears players on defense don’t openly blame the team’s four-game losing streak on the futility of their teammates on offense. While the 12 turnovers during that stretch isn’t a recipe for victory, the inability of the offense to sustain drives has put the defense in less than optimal positions...