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FUNKY QB’S SILENT TREATMENT MAKES NOISE

  On Monday Night, in Dallas’ sterling football stadium against a less than polished Cowboys team, the Chicago Bears looked like a team capable of winning the all-silver Vince Lombardi Trophy. They did it by executing a game plan that called for pressuring Cowboys’ QB Tony Romo into turnovers and a balanced offensive game plan. The five interceptions Romo threw weren’t all the work of a dominating defe ...

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Monday Night Showdown: An Updated Bears-Cowboys Preview

By Jake Perper, BearsBacker.com The Chicago Bears and Dallas Cowboys will meet for the 23rd time ever on Monday night. The Cowboys lead the all-time series 13-9. The last time these two teams squared off was in 2010, the Bears won 27-20 at Cowboys Stadium. The Cowboys and Bears are very similar teams. They both have shaky offensive lines. They both have a solid pass rush and they both have quarterbacks that ...

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2011 NFL Off-Season: Marion Barber Signing Crucial for Chicago Bears

  A year ago today, hopes were anything but high for the Bears in Bourbonnais. Chicago's beloved caniforms put up an abysmal season that only attained seven positive outcomes out of 16 match-ups. However, tides were meant to turn as expectations are exact opposite for the upcoming year of America's favorite sport. One of the NFC's new found barbarian teams have signed multiple mid-range players to thei ...

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Why not the Chicago Bears?

Now that I’ve had a day (or two) to chew on, regurgitate, spew and watch the dog lick up that Bears-Panthers game from Sunday I can't help but wonder how many years Todd Collins and Jimmy Clausen set the NFL back. Collins, with his 6.2 quarterback rating, was a complete disaster, bringing back memories of 2004 Jonathan Quinn, 2006 Rex Grossman, and yes, even 2009 Jay Cutler. I thought he would fare better, ...

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Chicago Bears Week Two Wrap Up | Dallas Cowboys

Chicago Bears (2-0) at Dallas Cowboys (0-2) Coming into the season opener, Jay Cutler and his troops were looked as a dark horse by a select few, and a last place team within their division by the majority. However, following an undefeated start, the Monsters of the Midway are steadily gaining ground in terms of respect. To start off the matchup, Chicago was constantly under fire offensively as DeMarcus War ...

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