Allen is day-to-day in his recovery from an illness.
Jay Cutler played brilliantly for some time before a couple maddening mistakes.
In a game where defense was clearly optional, the Bears offense had to be perfect. For one half, they nearly were.
Sunday was what the Green Bay-Chicago rivalry has looked like for far too long.
Aaron Rodgers threw for 302 yards and four touchdowns to lead Green Bay.
Plus, Chris Conte says Sunday is “just another” game.
Both teams want to establish a running game, but will they eschew it for the pass?
Also, Aaron Kromer says the Bears won’t run the ball out of an obligation to be balanced.
They’re like a child bouncing on a trampoline — fun with a dose of worry.
A mix of encouraging signs and concerns can be gleaned from Monday’s win.
Matt Forte is now second in franchise history in career receptions.
Banged up as it is, the Bears’ secondary played quality football.
The Bears had already ruled out four starters: center Roberto Garza (ankle) left guard Matt Slauson (ankle), defensive tackle Jeremiah Ratliff (concussion) and linebacker Shea McClellin (hand).
Giving Jay Cutler ample time is a top priority for Chicago.
Brandon Marshall is as prepared as they come in the NFL.
Also, Marc Trestman lauded Devin Hester for his record-breaking performance Thursday.
Marshall’s press conference missed the mark Thursday, writes Tim Baffoe.
“It’s not the NFL’s job to raise men,” Brandon Marshall says.
Brandon Marshall expressed his frustrations Thursday at Halas Hall.
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