Posted December 27, 2011 on chi.scout.com
PLAYERS: Josh McCown
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With Josh McCown under center, the Chicago Bear racked up 441 yards of total offense against the Packers. We go to the film room to analyze Chicago’s offensive performance from Sunday.
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