Marc Trestman called Kyle Fuller “day-to-day” with a hip pointer and broken hand.
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So much for a rivalry right now between Cleveland and Chicago. They’re being complimentary.
Chicago is now 0-4 when Jay Cutler commits a turnover.
The Bears’ worst enemy right now seems to be themselves.
Once again, the Bears came up short when the stakes were high.
“We got to convert on third down,” Marc Trestman says.
“Everyone’s trying to make a story out of something that wasn’t really that big of a deal,” Gould says.
“He’s our guy” late in games, Kirk Hinrich says of Derrick Rose.
This is another big blow to a Bears team already reeling at 3-4.
How the Bears have gone 0-3 at their hostile home venue of Soldier Field remains a great mystery.
Chicago’s 3-4 record is “absolutely unacceptable,” Brandon Marshall says.
“We don’t know who we are yet,” Bears cornerback Tim Jennings says
Chicago is 3-4, with little consistency or direction.
Ryan Tannehill threw for 277 yards and two touchdowns in an efficient performance.
Jon Bostic and Lance Briggs are both inactive for the second straight week.
“I like to be on the floor when the game is on the line,” Gasol says.
Sunday’s matchup against the Dolphins will be a true test for the Bears’ run defense.
Miami ranks third in the NFL in yards per rush.
Here’s what the guys are tracking for fun in Sunday’s game.