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San Francisco 49ers
The Chicago Bears (7-2) travel to Candlestick Park on Monday night to battle the San Francisco 49ers (6-2-1).
The Bears are 29-31-1 all-time against the 49ers. Since 1985, the Chicago Bears are 0-7 against the 49ers in San Francisco.
The last time these two teams met was in 2009, when the 49ers beat the Bears 10-6 in an ugly Thursday night game in San Francisco.
The Bears are coming off a 13-6 loss against the Texans last week. They not only lost the game, but they lost starting quarterback Jay Cutler (concussion). Jason Campbell will start for the first time this season for the Bears.
The 49ers are coming off a 24-24 tie against the Rams last week. It was the first tie in the NFL since 2008. The 49ers also lost their starting quarterback Alex Smith (concussion). He has yet to be cleared by the doctors to play and we might not find out if he will suit up until Monday afternoon.
Both teams sit a top their divisions and could wind up with the No. 1 or No. 2 seed in the NFC if the...
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With starting quarterback Jay Cutler sidelined with a concussion, the Chicago Bears hand the reigns to backup Jason Campbell for an important West coast trip to San Francisco Monday night. The Bears (7-2) are trying to maintain their grip in the NFC North, where they hold a one game advantage over Green Bay, and stay within striking distance of 8-1 [...]
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For the second straight week the Chicago Bears have a chance to prove their stock under the eye of a national audience. The Bears (7-2) look for the elusive statement win Monday night against host San Francisco (6-2-1).Chicago is reeling after a four-turnover affair in a 13-6 home loss to the Houston Texans last week. To add insult to injury, the Bears also lost franchise quarterback...
“Bears Claws” has the day after reaction to Monday night’s game with San Francisco and how it impacts the Chicago Bears going forward. Join the guys as they give their film review and discuss how Jason Campbell fared in place of Jay Cutler. They’ll also survey the NFC North and look ahead to next week’s matchup with Minnesota. With the rash [...]
This was one powerfully terrible game to watch, the San Francisco 49ers basically eviscerated the Bears 32-7 in a game that was never even a game. Alshon Jeffery exploded his knee,so that is always great for Bears morale considering everyone is injured. This just in, Jason Campbell blows. Let DA BEARS Meme’s ensue. Mike Ditka style, errrrr Mike Tice …errrrr Cutlerfak style....
Alshon Jeffery (hand) will be active for Monday Night Football against the 49ers. Jeffery will rotate with Devin Hester and Earl Bennett behind No. 1 receiver Brandon Marshall. While Jeffery isn’t a Week 11 fantasy option, he has enough talent to add a new dimension to Chicago’s passing attack, particularly when Jay Cutler (concussion) returns. This is great news for Jason Campbell...
Monday Night Football will be a battle of the backups pitting Jason Campbell and the Chicago Bears versus Colin Kaepernick and the San Francisco 49ers. That's because both starters have been ruled out due to concussions. Alex Smith of the 49ers was not cleared by an independent neurologist, Chris Mortensen of ESPN reported, and can't play based on the NFL's concussion...
SAN FRANCISCO -- In a battle of backup quarterbacks, San Francisco's Colin Kaepernick outplayed Chicago's Jason Campbell, leading the 49ers to a convincing 32-7 victory over the Bears on Monday night at Candlestick Park. Both teams' regular quarterbacks -- San Francisco's Alex Smith and Chicago's Jay Cutler -- missed the game with concussions. Kaepernick,...
Jay Cutler is down, Jason Campbell is starting and Josh McCown was signed off the street. Rookie Matt Blanchard talks about the transition currently underway with the Bears’ signal callers.
There is no doubt the return of rookie wide receiver Alshon Jeffery will help the Chicago Bears' offense on Monday night.
But against a very stingy San Francisco 49ers pass defense it could be tough for backup quarterback Jason Campbell to find any open receivers.
The 49ers' defense allow the least amount of points per game (14.1), the third least total yards per game ...