Posted December 04, 2011 on
Join Bear Report publisher Jeremy Stoltz, and your fellow subscribers, from the press box at Soldier Field throughout today's contest between the Chicago Bears and Kansas City Chiefs.

Bears Signing Donovan McNabb Would Be 'Waste of Time,' Devin Hester Says

The Bears could take a look at virtually every available quarterback after Caleb Hanie led Chicago's offense to three points in a loss to the Chiefs on Sunday. Whether signing a new quarterback, even a six-time Pro Bowler and four-time NFC Champion, would make much of a difference is another matter. Count wide receiver/kick returner Devin Hester among those who don't think...

Caleb Hanie just isn’t cutting it for the Chicago Bears

I know, 26-year old Caleb Hanie has only started two games and it’s a small sample size, but the Bears are in the playoff hunt and they can’t afford to carry him at QB…especially due to Matt Forte’s injury yesterday.  Hanie has played in 4 games (2 starts) for the Bears so far this year and he has completed 29 of 60 passes (48.3%) for 387 yards with 2 TD passes and 6 interceptions...

One Hit Wonder: Orton 1 and Done for the Chiefs

Tyler Palko got the start on Sunday for the Kansas City Chiefs against the Chicago Bears.  After a scoreless first quarter and ineffective quarterback play the Chiefs called on veteran Kyle Orton to jumpstart the offense.  The Chiefs had not scored an offensive touchdown in 10 consecutive quarters and recently claimed Orton off waivers to boost their QB play after he was released...

Chiefs' Orton not wearing a cast on injured finger

Quarterback Kyle Orton made a brief appearance in the Chiefs locker room during the period when it's open to the media (he'll learn soon enough not to do that). The index finger of his passing hand, injured in Sunday's win over Chicago, was bandaged but there was no cast.

Bears' Smith confirms Forte has sprained MCL in knee

Bears coach Lovie Smith believes injured running back Matt Forte will return this season. But exactly when is another question.

Matt Forte has sprained MCL

Chicago Bears running back Matt Forte sprained his MCL in the first quarter of the team's 10-3 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs this afternoon and could miss the next 2-4 weeks.

UPDATE: Bears Forte out for game with knee injury

Caught up in a contract battle, Chicago Bears Matt Forte has left Sunday’s game against the Kansas City Chiefs with a right knee injury and will not return.Carrying the ball in the first quarter, Forte was hit by Chiefs linebacker Derrick Johnon … [visit site to read more]UPDATE: Bears Forte out for game with knee injury - The Jet Press - The Jet Press - A New York Jets Fan Site...

Chiefs Victory Clouds Big Picture

The Chiefs improved to 5-7 Sunday with a 10-3 victory over the Chicago Bears. Even so, the win only drives the team faster off course.

Lynch Tastes the Beast Mode, Peppers is The One Armed Man, Woodson’s Dap

In this week’s edition of NFL Upon Further Review, Marshawn Lynch dials up Beast Mode again, Julius Peppers takes down a Chief with one arm, the tip drill goes horribly wrong for the Bears on a hail... [[ Read More ]]

Once again, Chiefs lean on their defense

Chiefs coach Todd Haley walked toward the visitors' locker room at Soldier Field, an arm wrapped around defensive coordinator Romeo Crennel. Sunday was about Crennel's unflappable defense, a group that has lacked many rewards but has continued to play as if the playoffs are still a possibility.
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