Found November 09, 2012 on Bears Claws:
Two of the top NFL Defensive Players of the Year candidates collide at Soldier Field Sunday night when the Chicago Bears (7-1) play host to the Houston Texans (7-1). The Bears’ Charles Tillman and the Texans’ J.J. Watt are each enjoying standout seasons. Through eight games, Tillman has spearheaded an aggressive Chicago attack unit that not shuts down opponents, but [...]
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