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Cutler’s return comes as Brian Hoyer is likely to be placed on IR wih a broken arm.
Ross will retire at the end of the World Series.
For the first time since 1945, the Cubs are going to the World Series.
With a 26-10 loss to the Packers, the Bears fell to 1-6 and are somehow looking worse every week.
Matt Barkley took over for the injured Hoyer, and John Fox couldn’t say if Jay Cutler will be ready for Week 8.
Sitton suffered an ankle injury in Sunday’s game.
Chicago is looking to win a second straight game in Green Bay.
Health issues have hit both the Bears and Packers hard.
Rodgers has struggled more than ever this season, but the Bears have a depleted defense, particularly in the secondary.
Bears offensive coordinator Dowell Loggains won’t put Brian Hoyer in harm’s way.
What is worse than 1-5? The lack of organizational growth from these Bears.
Dodgers ace Clayton Kershaw, the best pitcher on the planet, stymied the Cubs in a 1-0 victory in Game 2.
At 1-5, it won’t soon get any better for the Bears.
The Bears found the end zone just once and blew a lead, falling 17-16 to the Jaguars.
Brian Hoyer starts at quarterback for a fourth straight game.
Miguel Montero ended a chess match between the Cubs and Dodgers with a grand slam.
The Cubs are a much different, better team than the group from the 2015 NLCS.
The Bears are in desperate need of a victory come Sunday at Soldier Field.
Which of the Bears targets are expected to play on Sunday against the Jaguars?
The Bears are racking up yards but often can’t finish drives with points.