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The Defensive Line Was Non-Existent For The Bears In Thursday Night’s Win

  The Bears improve to 4-2 on the 2013 season.   CHICAGO- This week's edition of "Thursday Night Football" saw the Chicago Bears pick up a hard fought (and sometimes difficult) 27-21 victory over the New York Giants. The Bears offense was solid as Jay Cutler had a solid game, Brandon Marshall had an even better game and the Bears managed to play without committing a turnover or allowing a sack. Th ...

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NFL Week 6: Six Key Players for Thursday Night Football

The Chicago Bears (3-2) and the New York Giants (0-5) take the primetime stage for Thursday Night Football in what has become a big game for both teams. Coming off two straight losses, the Bears need this game badly. Their next two games are very winnable games that could get them to 5-2 on the season before the bye week. The Giants on the other hand are desperately looking for their first win of the season ...

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Major Concern For The Bears Heading Into Thursday’s Game

  Bears defensive tackle Nate Collins (93) is out for the rest of the season.   LAKE FOREST- If losing two in-a-row wasn't bad enough for the Chicago Bears, things only got worse after Sunday's loss against New Orleans. On Monday, it was revealed that defensive tackle Nate Collins tore the ACL in his knee against the Saints (he's now on injured reserve). He walked off the field on his own power (a ...

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Bears 3-0, but not many buying team’s success

When you talk about the 2010 Chicago Bears it's hard to have a conversation without the word "respect" coming into play. It's a word I hope to hear a lot more as the season goes on, because the more I hear about how the Bears aren't getting any "respect" the more likely it will be that they are winning consistently. A win in Dallas was big, a win against the Packers at home was bigger. Yet somehow the Bears ...

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Three Up, Three Down: NFL Week 3

Each week during the NFL season I'll take a look at the three best performances on Sunday, and the three worst. Three Up 3. Leon Washington, Seahawks- Seattle continues to surprise teams at home, a trend that will continue all season. Washington took it upon himself to beat the Chargers, returning two kickoffs for touchdowns. The first, a 101 yard return, gave the Seahawks a 17-0 lead 13 seconds into the th ...

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