Two interceptions by Jay Cutler proved oh-so-costly Sunday in a loss to the Bills.
Matt Forte was really good. The pass rush wasn’t.
With what lies ahead, we’ll soon discover what Chicago’s made of.
It seemed so methodical, like the Bears could do no wrong.
Briggs being slow, Conte being bad, Jay still being Jay, Tucker coaching — we have it all.
Fred Jackson turned toward the sideline and didn’t stop until he put the Buffalo Bills in position for the win.
“We’ve worked together,” Jay Cutler says. “Everyone has a good feel.”
Chicago tackle Jordan Mills needs to hold his own against Buffalo end Mario Williams.
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Marquess Wilson suffered a broken right clavicle in Monday’s practice.
“If we can add 100 plays to what we already did, that would be a great starting point,” Marc Trestman says.
Also, Kyle Long has been cleared to return to action and should be in pads Saturday.
Offensive lineman Kyle Long is recovering from a viral infection.
Three rookies are getting meaningful first-team reps on defense.
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“Our expectations are very high,” Bears coach Marc Trestman says.
Jay Cutler’s not a changed man. Circumstances just have him primed as ever to write a new narrative.
“Our goal as an organization is to win championships,” general manager Phil Emery says.
The Bears are good in the red zone in part because of this go-to concept.