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Martellus Bennett says he played most of last year with a torn MCL, separated shoulder

Bears tight end Martellus Bennett told reporters on Monday that he was quite banged up during last season. Martellus Bennett tells us he played most of last year with a torn MCL and seperated shoulder, — Jeff Dickerson (@ESPNChiBears) September 29, 2014 Bennett has had a nice start to the season with 29 receptions for 295 yards and four touchdowns. var ACE_AR = {Site: ...
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Chicago Bears: Time For Brandon Marshall To Sit Down

Brandon Marshall has shown all kinds of heart for the Chicago Bears the past three weeks, but the time has come for him to take a seat.  That much has become clear after watching him on the field.  Put simply he hasn’t looked like Brandon Marshall should look and it all has to do with the ongoing problems regarding his injured ankle. Several people close to the Bears expressed...
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Struggles against Green Bay continue for the Chicago Bears

The Chicago Bears have fallen to the rival Green Bay Packers 10 of the last 12 meetings, and on Sunday the results were no different. The Bears continued to prove their inconsistency falling 38-17 to Green Bay at Soldier Field as Aaron Rodgers carved up Chicago’s defense for 302 yards and four touchdowns on an efficient 22-of-28. The most staggering statistic of them all, however...
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Martellus Bennett: “There’s two places where inches matter, one of them is on the football field”

Oh no he didn’t. Bears tight end Martellus Bennett always seems to have a great quote or two during any given NFL season. “There’s two places where inches matter, one of them is on the football field,” Bennett said to reporters on Monday. var ACE_AR = {Site: '898551', Size: '468060', CallType: 'IFRAME'}; Loading... ...
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Jay This, Jay That, Where the Hell is Lamarr Houston?

CHICAGO, IL — After getting the Chicago Bears had their proverbial doors blown off on Sunday afternoon, there was the typical overreactions and people calling for Jay Cutler’s head, but let’s be honest, the defense could best be described as a wet paper towel. Imagine if Aaron Rodgers played against the Bears every week, he would already own every notable record in football...
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Bears fans booed Julius Peppers in his return; Forte passed 10k total yards

Green Bay’s Julius Peppers was in on two tackles in his return to Soldier Field, and fans booed the former Bear when he stopped Forte on the game’s first play from scrimmage. Forte finished the night rushing for 122 yards on 23 carries. That was enough for Forte to eclipse 10,000 total yards for his […] The post Bears fans booed Julius Peppers in his return; Forte passed 10k...
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The Final Truth Of Chicago Bears Quarterback Jay Cutler

Figuring out Jay Cutler has remained one of the biggest missions for analysts since he was drafted.  The Chicago Bears may finally have their answer. He’s Smart And Talented Something that hasn’t changed about Cutler the quarterback is his talent.  While not a pure runner he’s mobile, big, tough and has one of the strongest arms in the NFL.  When allowed to set his feet...
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Chicago Bears and Green Bay Packers Combine to Make NFL History

Throughout the history of the NFL the Green Bay Packers and Chicago Bears have treated fans to some spectacular games. When you are playing the one team that you hate above all others you just find a way to play a little harder resulting in some incredile games for fans to watch. That also means some serious stats are going to be generated and records set, broken, and set again.One...
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Chicago Bears still can’t beat Aaron Rodgers

With what started out as a promising day for the Chicago Bears, ended in a familiar result against the Green Bay Packers; a loss. While the Bears had 496 yards of total offense it still wasn’t enough to beat the Packers. As both teams never had to punt in this game, it came down to which team was going to make the first mistake. I’ll give you a hint; it wasn’t Aaron Rodgers...
2 days ago  |  Discuss

Chicago Bears fan perfectly sums up Jay Cutler’s performance against Packers

How bad was Jay Cutler in the Chicago Bears 38-17 loss to the Green Bay Packers? Well, Jimmy Clausen coming in to run out the clock in the final five minutes says it all. As does this picture, one of many angry tweets posted by Bears fans who were angry with their teams starting quarterback after today’s disappointing performance: Jay Cutler 1-10 against the Packers pic.twitter...
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Jay Cutler’s Fumblerooski Against The Packers Was Perfect and Perfectly Unintentional

Sometimes good things happen for no apparent reason, and that is what happened in Chicago... Article found on: Next Impulse Sports
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Watch: Jay Cutler accidently runs the fumblerooskie—and succeeds

During the first quarter of the Chicago Bears’ Week 4 matchup with the rival Green Bay Packers inside Soldier Field, Jay Cutler fumbled the snap on fourth and one. In unconventional fashion though, the Bears quarterback quickly scooped up the football and took off down the middle of the field for a 16-yard gain. Following the run, Packers safety Sam Shields was flagged for unnecessary...
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Brandon Marshall breaks ankles on the Chicago Bears first TD

Brandon Marshall may have a bum ankle, an injury that has prevented him from practicing in recent weeks and has made his status on Sundays uncertain, but he wasn’t the one struggling with that body part in the first quarter against the Packers. On the Bears first touchdown of the game, a throw from Jay Cutler to Marshall, the wideout got open by nearly breaking the ankles of defensive...
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Bears Injury Update: Jared Allen, Brandon Marshall, Chris Conte

The Chicago Bears are rolling right now, winners of two in a row and looking for a third straight against the struggling Green Bay Packers:  #455941260 / gettyimages.comUnfortunately for Chicago, their final Injury Report for Week 4 isn’t looking too optimistic. The list contains five players that didn’t participate in practice at all this week and have been ruled out for...
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Chicago Bears: where back-up WRs go to die

Can Santonio Holmes stay relevant in the Bears offense? “Chicago is where receivers go to die,” Muhsin Muhammad told Sports Illustrated back in 2008.  Current Chicago Bears third wide receiver Santonio Holmes might have been well served to pay heed to Muhammad’s warning before signing with the team this preseason.  Although starting receivers, Brandon Marshall and Alshon...
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