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Just when it looked like the Chicago Bears weren't going to give Tim Tebow the chance to beat them in overtime, they couldn't play keep away.
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Although he lost his third consecutive start Sunday, Bears quarterback Caleb Hanie is headed in the right direction, coach Lovie Smith said. ‘‘I think it was a step forward,’’ Smith said, pointing to Hanie’s numbers. Hanie was 12-for-19 for 115 yards with no touchdowns and, more important...
One day after the Bears blew a late 10-0 lead in a shocking 13-10 overtime loss in Denver, coach Lovie Smith called the devastating defeat 'one of the toughest I've had to deal with.'
The above photograph is me and real. I bought that Bears Snuggie at a Walgreens on Clark. Scoreboard watching! The Bears need to win games. Nothing else really matters. But they would be brilliantly served by either Cam Newton and Panthers handing the Atlanta Falcons a road loss or the Minnesota Vikings reaching deep down... Read more »
The Chicago Bears went back to work Monday hoping to put a grisly 13-10 overtime loss Sunday at Denver behind them quickly now that they’re on the outside looking in at the NFC playoff picture.
DENVER – Julius Peppers barely spoke above a whisper. Lance Louis faced straight into his locker while quietly answering questions from a reporter. Several of their teammates sat in stunned silence.
Matt Prater helped Tim Tebow deliver another improbable comeback. But Bears running back Marion Barber III might have been Tebow's greatest helper.