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'Spatula Hands' as a representation of the Bears' defense
Adrian Amos hadn't picked off a pass in nearly 2,000 career snaps before Sunday, while the Bears defense hadn't made a big play until Week 6.
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Bears need to stack wins, cut down on mistakes
John 'Moon' Mullin and JJ Stankevitz talk about the keys to the Bears going forward after winning Mitch Trubisky's second start.
Report card: Grading Bears after Week 6 win
Check out what grades the key Bears players walked away with after a Week 6 win.
STL Pod: Should Bears let Trubisky throw more?
Adam Jahns (Chicago Sun-Times), Ben Finfer (ESPN 1000) and Jordan Cornette (The U/ESPN 1000) join Kap on the panel. Justin Turner hits a walk-off 3-run HR off of John Lackey to give the Dodgers a 2-0 lead...
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Beer Down: Good vibes after Bears win in Baltimore
This round is on the house! The Beer Down boys are back to celebrate another Bears victory.
Why the Bears could start stacking wins
There's a chance that the Bears' latest win was different, assuming Mitchell Trubisky can string together a few victories.
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Bears-Ravens report card
Mitchell Trubisky and the Bears' running backs executed Dowell Loggains' gameplan well, but two huge special teams mistakes marred this effort on Sunday. 
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Tarik Cohen channels his 'inner Mitch'
Tarik Cohen channeled his "inner Mitch" to throw a touchdown pass in the Bears' overtime win over the Ravens on Sunday.
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Why Trubisky showed progress vs. Ravens
Mitchell Trubisky's decision-making was better on Sunday than it was against Minnesota, and he flashed the playmaking ability the Bears are waiting to tap into. 
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Bears win over Ravens has deeper implications than one game
There are a lot of ways to look at the Bears after their 27-24 overtime win over the Ravens on Sunday, but that game had deeper implications than one game.
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Cohen becomes shortest player to throw TD since 1934
Tarik Cohen became the shortest player to throw a touchdown since 1934.
Under Center Podcast: What Trubisky did right in Bears win over Ravens
On this edition of the Under Center podcast, Laurence Holmes, Jim Miller and Alex Brown dive into the Bears 27-24 overtime win vs. the Ravens.
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Trubisky on Wright's catch: 'He made a heck of a catch'
Mitchell Trubisky reacts to Kendall Wright's catch in the fourth quarter of Sunday's Bears win over the Ravens.
Howard wills Bears to ugly victory
Just like he did against the Pittsburgh Steelers in September, Jordan Howard willed the Bears to an OT victory over the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday.
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What Tarik Cohen and Wee Willie Smith have in common
Tarik Cohen on Sunday became the shortest player to throw a touchdown in an NFL game since 1934. 
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Three and out: Revenge for McPhee against Baltimore?
Pernell McPhee will face the Baltimore Ravens on Sunday for the first time since they let him walk in free agency following 7 1/2 sacks in 2014. 
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Bears-Ravens prediction: Can Trubisky end a few streaks?
Rookie quarterbacks haven't fared well on the road against John Harbaugh's Baltimore Ravens, and the Bears haven't won away from Soldier Field since 2015. 
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Despite inexperience, John Fox confident in Mitch Trubisky
John Fox was happy with the way Mitch Trubisky started out his NFL career. He said the rookie QB played well enough to win last week.
Gentry, McBride get their shots
Tanner Gentry and Tre McBride deserve an opportunity to prove themselves, and with Markus Wheaton injured, it looks like both will get it this weekend. 
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Would Bowman make sense for the Bears?
With San Francisco 49ers releasing linebacker NaVorro Bowman on Friday, could he be a fit for the Bears?
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Bears defense still looking for turnovers – and an identity
The Bears defense hasn't earned a nickname, an identity or many turnovers so far this season.
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Fantasy Football Podcast: What the $&?* is wrong with Amari Cooper
Rotoworld and NBC Sports fantasy analyst Josh Norris joins the Fantasy Football Fix Podcast to discuss who you should target to replace the injured Odell Beckham Jr. and much more.
Cohen learning how to play with a target on his back
Tarik Cohen admitted he was trying too hard to make a play against the Minnesota Vikings, who clearly schemed to stop the 5-foot-6 rookie running back.
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Stankevitz, Moon share three keys to a Bears win vs. Ravens
JJ Stankevitz and John "Moon" Mullin share their three keys to a Bears win against the Ravens this Sunday.
Paying the price for penalties
The Bears have been penalized eight or more times in four of their five games this year, creating problems for a team that's not good enough to overcome those mistakes. 
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Do Bears have an identity on defense?
JJ Stankevitz and John "Moon" Mullin talk about the Bears' identity -- or lack thereof -- on defense.
Jill Feldman's special night with the Bears
Check out the story of Jill Feldman, a hero in the lung cancer community who had a special honorary captain for their team on Monday night.
Trubisky can 'raise all boats' during growing pains
Mitchell Trubisky can "raise all boats" during the growing pains of his rookie season.
STL Podcast: What should we expect from Mitch Trubisky in second start?
The SportsTalk Live panel talks about their expectations of Bears QB Mitch Trubisky in his second career start against Baltimore.
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Why Trubisky can ‘raise all boats’
Mitchell Trubisky will have some ups and downs in his rookie season, but the Bears are confident he can work through some of the growing pains.
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'We just installed it 17 years later'
Dowell Loggains made note of a trick play the Tampa Bay Buccaneers ran in 2000. On Monday, he called for that same play. 
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Get your popcorn ready: Trubisky-Gentry connection is back
The Bears added wide receiver Tanner Gentry to the 53-man roster and released wide receiver Deonte Thompson on Wednesday.
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Why timing of Bears QB change was interesting
John "Moon" Mullin shares a few final thoughts on the Bears quarterback change from Mike Glennon to Mitchell Trubisky.
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Fantasy Football: 10 waiver wire targets for Week 6 and beyond
After another wild week in the NFL, here are the top guys to target on fantasy football waiver wires for Week 6 and moving forward.
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How a fake works to perfection
It was a total team effort for the Bears to successfully run -- and score on -- a fake punt Monday night against Minnesota. 
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Beer Down: Bears fans recap Mitch Trubisky's debut
Beer Down! After a tough loss to the Vikings, the guys are back to talk Trubisky's debut, injury concerns, and give their predictions for next week at the Ravens.
Bears report card: Trubisky passes first NFL test
Mitchell Trubisky brought a different energy to the Bears' offense on Monday, even if his final stat line didn't reflect it. 
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View from the Moon on Ditka's comments
Mike Ditka ruffled feathers with his comments on what he believes is a lack of social injustice in America. John "Moon" Mullin responds.
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The Bears' wild coin toss streak
The Bears had won FOURTEEN straight coin tosses going before the Vikings won last night. Seriously, take a look at this.
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The good and bad from Mitch Trubisky's start
Mitch Trubisky wasn't exactly brilliant in his first regular season start, but he wasn't terrible either. Get a closer look at his Monday night game.
Bears feeling something different
The Mitch Trubisky Era is upon us, and it ignited hope into a Bears team and fanbase that's looking for exactly that: "I think everybody felt it."
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Why the Bears are so confident in Trubisky
Mitchell Trubisky's final stat line may not show it, but the Bears have plenty of confidence in their rookie quarterback. 
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Under Center Podcast: Breaking down Mitch Trubisky's NFL debut
Laurence Holmes, Jim Miller, Lance Briggs and Alex Brown break down Mitch Trubisky's NFL debut on Monday Night Football in the latest Under Center podcast.
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Punter completes longest Bears pass of the year
Bears punter Pat O'Donnell currently has the longest passing play of the season for the team, but had no experience running fake pass plays.
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Pat O'Donnell on first career touchdown pass
Punter Pat O'Donnell surprised the Vikings and just about everybody watching the game when he threw a 38-yard TD pass on a trick play.
Bears proved Fox and Loggains correct
John Fox and Dowell Loggains were proven right in Monday's 20-17 loss to Minnesota with sloppy play from the supporting cast around Mitch Trubisky.
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Beer Down: Previewing Mitch Trubisky's first NFL start
The guys are back to preview Mitch Trubisky's debut with the Bears against the Vikings.
Can Trubisky win right away?
Will Mitchell Trubisky get a win in his first career start? JJ Stankevitz explains why he and the Bears can beat the Vikings. 
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Million dollar question for Bears
John Fox is a defensive guy, which means the task of handling and developing Mitch Trubisky into the Bears' franchise quarterback falls on Dowell Loggains. Can he do it?
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Another season-ending injury for Bears?
Willie Young's triceps injury will keep him out for the rest of the 2017 season, according to the Chicago Tribune. 
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A depth check for Bears-Vikings
 Both the Bears and Vikings will be missing key players on Monday night, and how backups like John Timu play will be a deciding factor in the outcome.
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What should be expected of Mitch Trubisky in first start?
JJ Stankevitz and John Mullin talk about Mitch Trubisky as he heads into his first start with the Bears.
Trubisky hits re-set button on RBs
Mitchell Trubisky's skillset should help Jordan Howard and Tarik Cohen find some success against one of the NFL's best run defenses on Monday. 
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Why expectations for Trubisky should be high
The early expectations for Bears rookie quarterback Mitch Trubisky over the next season-and-a-half or so should be high.
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Dowell Loggains: Trubisky is 'not a magic wand'
Bears offensive coordinator talks about Mitch Trubisky before his first start.
Podcast: Expectations for Trubisky
In the latest Under Center Podcast, JJ Stankevitz and Mark Schanowski debate what Mitchell Trubisky’s Bears debut could look like on Monday night.
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Temper expectations for Trubisky: ‘He is not a magic wand’
Bears offensive coordinator Dowell Loggains tried to temper expectations for Mitchell Trubisky's first Bears start.
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Podcast: Backfield bungaloos and Week 5 stock market
The NBC Sports Chicago fantasy crew maneuvers owners through the messy backfields and much more in the latest Fantasy Football Podcast.
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'Pretty Boy Assassin'
What are the Bears getting in Mitch Trubisky? It depends a little on who you talk to.
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STL: Can Mitch Trubisky handle Vikings D?
The SportsTalk Live panel debates whether Mitch Trubisky will be able to move the ball against the formidable Minnesota Vikings defense.
Watson, Goff, Trubisky and preaching patience
Patience will be necessary in making long-term evaluations of Mitch Trubisky, even with expectations being high. 
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SportsTalk Live: It's Mitch Trubisky time
The SportsTalk Live panel reacts to Mitch Trubisky being named the Bears starting quarterback.
SportsTalk Live: Danny Trevathan suspension reduced to one
The SportsTalk Live crew talks about the NFL reducing Danny Trevathan's suspension to one game.
STL Pod: What to expect from Mitch Trubisky
Teddy Greenstein (Chicago Tribune), Danny Parkins (670 The Score), Patrick Finley (Chicago Sun-Times) and Ben Finfer (ESPN 1000) join Kap on the panel. Mitch Trubisky meets the media for the first time as...
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Glennon: I'm still a captain and I'll handle it like a pro
Mike Glennon talks about how he's handling his demotion to backup quarterback.
Trevathan suspension reduced
Danny Trevathan had his suspension reduced on Tuesday. The linebacker will be eligible to return in Week 6 against the Baltimore Ravens. 
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What you need to know heading into Week 5
JJ Stankevitz and John 'Moon' Mullin analyze Mitchell Trubisky starting and other notes from practice on Tuesday.
Glennon keeping perspective after benching
After struggling in his first four regular season games, Mike Glennon is not ready to give up on the Bears.
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JJ and Moon on fresh start for Bears offense
CSN's JJ Stankevitz and John 'Moon' Mullin analyze what a fresh start could mean for the Bears offense, which has been plagued by turnovers.
Why Trubisky isn’t feeling pressure
Going into Mitch Trubisky’s first career start, in front of a primetime Monday Night Football audience, he’s not expecting the moment will be too big.
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Fox on Trubisky: It was time and I think he's ready
Bears head coach John Fox talks about the team making the switch from Mike Glennon to Mitch Trubisky as the starting quarterback.
Trubisky: You only get nervous when you're not prepared
Mitch Trubisky talks about being named the starting quarterback going into Week 5 against the Minnesota Vikings.
Fantasy Football: 10 waiver wire targets for Week 5 and beyond
After another wild week in the NFL, here are the top guys to target on fantasy football waiver wires for Week 5 and moving forward.
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Wake Up Call: Fox on starting Trubisky; Markkanen hurt
Bears coach John Fox talks about why Mitch Trubisky will start, Alex DeBrincat made the Blackhawks and Lauri Markkanen is hurt for the Bulls.
In the Loop: Growing pains expected with Trubisky
Hub Arkush stopped by In the Loop to break down what he's expecting from Mitch Trubisky in his regular season debut.
In the Loop: Will John Fox be back next year?
David Haugh and Hub Arkush analyze John Fox's job security on In the Loop.
The List: Looking at previous Bears rookie QB debuts
The List shows the previous debuts for Bears rookie first-round quarterbacks.
SportsTalk Live: Why is Trubisky starting now?
Mitch Trubisky has been named the Bears' starter for Week 5 against the Vikings. The SportsTalk Live panel discusses the significance of the move and why the Bears chose now to do so.
STL Podcast: Get ready for Mitchapalooza
Mitch Trubisky as a starter and the Cubs-Nationals series dominates the conversation on this episode of SportsTalk Live.
Fox on why he decided to go with Trubisky over Glennon
Bears head coach John Fox breaks down the reasons for going with rookie Mitch Trubisky at QB over Mike Glennon.
Fox speaks for first time since Trubisky named starter
John Fox joined Jeff Joniak on WBBM Newsradio to explain why he decided to bench Mike Glennon in favor of rookie Mitch Trubisky. 
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Who's ready for Mitch-a-palooza?
One week from today, Mitch-a-palooza will be in full swing.
Is history on Trubisky's side?
Quarterbacks similar to Mitchell Trubisky haven't won in their first start since 2001, a streak of 10 losses.
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Why the moment isn't too big for Mitch Trubisky
John "Moon" Mullin doesn't believe the moment will be too big for Mitch Trubisky as the rookie gears up for his first NFL start.
How Trubisky changes Bears offense
JJ Stankevitz explains how Mitch Trubisky's insertion into the starting lineup changes the landscape of the Bears offense.
The time is right for Mitchell Trubisky
Minnesota's defense is one of the best in the NFL, but that doesn't change that the time is right for Mitchell Trubisky to start.
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Trubisky finally getting his chance
Mitch Trubisky very nearly won the Bears' starting QB job in preaseason, but after four games of Mike Glennon, the rookie gets his time now.
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Trubisky Time
It appears it's finally Trubisky Time, with multiple reports saying the Bears are installing Mitchell Trubisky as their new starting quarterback.
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Glennon or Trubisky? Bears have two other options
Choosing to start Mike Glennon or Mitchell Trubisky for next week's game and beyond isn't the only option the Bears have at quarterback position.
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Wannstedt on Trevathan suspension: 'It's an aggressive hit'
Dave Wannstedt talks about the impact of Danny Trevethan's two-game suspension on the Bears.
Wannstedt on going through QB changes as a coach
Dave Wannstedt talks about going through quarterback changes as a coach, and whether it's Mitch Trubisky time for the Bears.
Wannstedt previews upcoming Bears matchup vs. Vikings
Dave Wannstedt looks ahead to the Bears' Week 5 matchup against the Vikings on Monday Night Football.
NFL suspends Danny Trevathan two games
Bears linebacker Danny Trevathan has been suspended two games for his vicious hit on Green Bay Packers wide receiver Davante Adams on Thursday. 
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In The Loop: Trubisky vs. Glennon
David Haugh and Adam Jahns debate MItch Trubisky vs. Mike Glennon.
Mike Glennon's stats with the Bears
Check out Mike Glennon's stats over the last 12 quarters with the Bears.
SportsTalk Live Podcast: Is it Mitch Trubisky time?
The SportsTalk Live panels weighs in on whether it's time for the Bears to start Mitch Trubisky at quarterback after a Week 4 loss to Green Bay.
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STL: Should Danny Trevathan be suspended for illegal hit?
The SportsTalk Live panel debates whether Bears linebacker Danny Trevathan should be suspended for his illegal hit on Packers receiver Davante Adams.
Fox won't commit to starting quarterback for next game
John Fox won't commit to a starting quarterback for the Bears' next game.
Quintin Demps placed on I.R.
The Bears placed safety and team captain Quintin Demps on injured reserve Friday. 
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No committals or denials on a QB change
John Fox's message on Friday wasn't any different than his one in the immediate aftermath of Thursday's blowout loss to the Packers. 
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Bears Week 4 grades
There weren't many passing grades to go around after the Bears' 35-14 blowout loss to the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field on Thursday night.
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'It wasn't intentional'
Danny Trevathan didn't have any malicious intent on his brutal hit on Davante Adams, but he still could draw a suspension for it. 
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Mike Glennon isn't working
The Bears can't continue to keep betting on Mike Glennon and expect the results to be any different than they were in September. 
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Under Center Podcast: Analyzing Bears' loss to Packers
On the Under Center Podcast, Laurence Homes, Lance Briggs, Alex Brown, and Jim Miller react to the Bears 35-14 loss to the Packers on Thursday night.
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Wake Up Call: Glennon, Bears routed by Packers
In today's edition of the Wake Up Call, the Bears were routed by the Packers while the Cubs and White Sox each picked up victories.
Bears Postgame Live: 'Bad football all the way around'
The Bears Postgame Live crew gives final thoughts on the 35-14 loss to the Packers.
Postgame Live: Previewing Bears-Vikings
The Bears Postgame Live crew looks ahead to the Week 5 game against the Vikings.
Who Ya Got from Bears-Packers
Jim Miller and Lance Briggs recap the key matchups from the Week 4 game in Green Bay.
Trevathan on hit on Davante Adams: 'It wasn't intentional'
Bears linebacker Danny Trevathan talks about the hard hit on Packers wide receiver Davante Adams.
Fox: 'We got more issues than quarterback'
John Fox reacts to the Bears' 35-14 loss to the Packers on Thursday night.
Glennon: 'I'm not giving our team a chance'
Mike Glennon on committing four turnovers in the Bears' 35-14 loss to the Packers on Thursday night.
Jim Miller and Alex Brown react to Glennon's first INT
Jim Miller and Alex Brown talk about Mike Glennon throwing an interception on the Bears' first offensive play of Thursday night's loss to the Packers.
JJ Stankevitz reacts to Bears' 35-14 loss to Packers
CSN Bears Insider JJ Stankevitz joins Postgame Live to share his thoughts on the team's 35-14 loss to the Packers on Thursday night.
Opening Kickoff: What went wrong with Mike Glennon?
The Bears Postgame Live crew reacts to the team's 35-14 loss to the Packers on Thursday night.
Butterfinger pours salt on Bears' wounds with Twitter roasts
As if Thursday night's loss to Green Bay on national television wasn't enough, the Bears were roasted by Butterfinger's Twitter account.
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Glennon can’t get out of his own way
For the second time this year, Mike Glennon committed three turnovers in a half. And for the second time this year, the Bears were blown out on the road.
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Fantasy Football Fix Podcast: Time to drop Cam Newton and the Week 4 Stock Market
Josh Norris joins the Fantasy Football Fix Podcast to talk Cam Newton and the guys take a look at the Week 4 Stock Market.
Bears-Packers: Best case, worst case and prediction
The Packers look beatable, but do the Bears -- especially on offense -- have what it takes to win at Lambeau Field tonight?
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Is Aaron Rodgers vulnerable?
The Packers will be without their starting tackles on Thursday, and their offensive line hasn't been very good anyways this year. 
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Will Packers do what Steelers didn't?
Jordan Howard faced loaded boxes on Sunday a lot less frequently than you might expect given the state of the Bears' offense. 
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Fox on Cooper: 'We're not firing him'
The Bears talk about moving on from the Marcus Cooper mistake that would have given the team a late touchdown to end the half in Week 3.
What will happen next in the historic Bears-Packers rivalry?
Get ready for the next chapter of the historic Bears vs. Packers rivalry.
'We're not firing him'
Marcus Cooper committed a huge mistake on Sunday, but rebounded with a solid second half in pass coverage. 
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For WRs, no receptions does not equal no impact
The Bears need more from their receivers in the passing game, but guys like Deonte Thompson showed up big in the run game on Sunday. 
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How Bears WRs are having a serious impact on running game
Bears offensive coordinator Dowell Loggains explains why he's so thankful for the contributions from Bears wide receivers in the running game.
Fantasy Football: 10 waiver wire targets for Week 4 and beyond
After a wild Week 3 in the NFL, here are the top guys to target on fantasy football waiver wires moving forward.
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Bears edition of 'What are the Chances?'
Luke Stuckmeyer and David Haugh play a Bears edition of 'What are the Chances?' on In the Loop Prime.
The List: John Fox's games vs. the Packers
Dave Wannstedt and Mark Schanowski talk about Bears-Packers games under John Fox and Wannstedt relives his favorite memories.
Fox on Demps injury: We have experienced backups
Bears head coach John Fox breaks down Quintin Demps' broken arm and what it means to the secondary.
What you need to know after Bears' first win of season
After a day to digest, Leila Rahimi and JJ Stankevitz break down how the Bears can build off win No. 1.
Long: I felt sore, but that's a good thing
Bears offensive lineman Kyle Long breaks down how his soreness following the team's win is actually a good thing.
The Bears and Steelers teamed up for one of the rarest sequences in recent NFL history
Sunday's Bears-Steelers thriller not only went down as one of the most bizarre games of the season, but it was also found its place in NFL history.
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Beer Down - Fans react to Bears' Week 3 win over Steelers
Our Bulls Media Day coverage is on CSN, with exclusive interviews with key players and MORE with Mark Schanowski, Kendall Gill and Vincent Goodwill!
Bears still waiting for offensive line to come into focus
Getting Kyle Long back was a boost to the Bears' offensive line. Adding Josh Sitton into the mix, whenever that is, would be another jolt for this group. 
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Quintin Demps has a broken arm
The Bears got more bad news on the injury front Monday, with John Fox announcing that safety Quintin Demps suffered a broken arm against the Steelers.
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Bears Week 3 grades
The Bears' offensive line did an excellent job creating holes for Jordan Howard and Tarik Cohen on Sunday. 
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Inside the Huddle: Wannstedt previews Bears-Packers
Dave Wannstedt looks ahead to the Bears' Thursday night game against the Packers.
Inside the Huddle: Bears get confidence-boosting win
Dave Wannstedt gives his thoughts on the Bears' overtime win against the Steelers.
'He's a f***ing soldier'
Jordan Howard's game-winning touchdown was the culmination of a game that fired up the guys blocking for him. 
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Under Center Podcast: Bears run strong in OT win against Steelers
Alex Brown, Jim Miller and Laurence Holmes break down the Bears' 23-17 OT win against Pittsburgh.
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Why the Bears locked arms during the national anthem
After "divisive rhetoric" from President Trump, the Bears decided to lock arms as a team for the national anthem on Sunday. 
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Cooper's screw-up didn't end up too costly
Marcus Cooper's inexplicable play at the end of the first half still remains the ultimate head-scratcher. But at least it didn't end up costing the Bears too much.
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Steelers opt to skip national anthem in display of team unity
In a display of team unity, the Pittsburgh Steelers opted to remain in the locker room during the national anthem before Sunday's game against the Bears.
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Wild and crazy kids
The Bears made an awful lot of mistakes Sunday. But they also made the plays they needed to to pick up a wild and crazy first win of 2017.
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Who ya got: Glennon over Roethlisberger?
Lance Briggs believes Mike Glennon played better than Ben Roethlisberger in Sunday's Bears win over the Steelers.
Bears PGL: Looking ahead to the Packers
Alex Brown and the Bears PGL crew looks ahead to the showdown with the Green Bay Packers Thursday night.
Game Balls: Who deserves most credit for Bears' victory?
The Bears PGL crew hands out their Game Balls for Week 3 vs. the Steelers, crediting the top players in the game for the victory.
Miller on Glennon: it's more about the receivers
Jim Miller talks about the Bears' receivers being unable to get open downfield.
Bears Postgame Live: What happened with that Cooper play?
The Postgame Live crew talks about the wild end to the first half and John Fox's role in getting another play in before halftime.
Glennon on Howard playing well through 'a lot of pain'
Bears quarterback Mike Glennon talks about the play of running back Jordan Howard despite an injury.
Fox: Bears' running success 'starts up front'
Bears coach John Fox talks about the play of the offensive line in the win against the Steelers.
Fox: 'What we're all about is being united and together'
John Fox and Mike Glennon talked about what the Bears did during the national anthem.
Postgame Live: Stankevitz on 'wild' Bears win, Jordan Howard
JJ Stankevitz talks about the 23-17 win against the Steelers and Jordan Howard's big game.
Bears Postgame Live: Opening thoughts on win vs. Steelers
The Bears Postgame Live crew discusses the 23-17 overtime win against the Steelers.
What you need to know from Bears-Steelers
There's a two-headed beast taking over the NFL world, as Jordan Howard and Tarik Cohen lifted the Bears over the Steelers in thrilling fashion Sunday.
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Bears cornerback Marcus Cooper turned in maybe the worst gaffe in the NFL this season
Marcus Cooper inexplicably cost the Bears four points when he pulled up three yards short of the end zone. 
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Bears PGL crew reacts to Trump tweets
Alex Brown, Jim Miller, Laurence Holmes and Lance Briggs react to Donald Trump's pointed comments this weekend and how the NFL and the Bears responded.
George McCaskey, Bears release statement on Trump comments
Bears chairman George H. McCaskey released a statement Sunday morning following President Trump's comments about the NFL and anthem protests over the weekend. 
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Report: Steelers won't participate in National Anthem
The Pittsburgh Steelers will not participate in the National Anthem on Sunday at Soldier Field, according to Jamie Erdahl.  >Mike Tomlin just told me @NFLonCBS [1] #Steelers [2] will NOT be >participating...
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Predicting Bears-Steelers
Do the Bears have a realistic change to beat the Pittsburgh Steelers on Sunday? Maybe if they play a little better than they did in Week 1. 
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Where does Fuller fit with Amukamara back?
Kyle Fuller is off to a solid start to the 2017 season, but with Prince Amukamara back, where he fits in the Bears' defense is an interesting question. 
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STL: What would you rather happen in Week 3 for Bears...
The SportsTalk Live panel debates whether they'd prefer to see the Bears win with Mike Glennon at quarterback in Week 3 or the Bears lose with Mitch Trubisky.
What Trubisky learned from Roethlisberger
Mitch Trubisky had the opportunity to work out with Ben Roethlisberger before the draft and came away impressed with the longtime Steelers quarterback.
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The Long road back
Kyle Long's impending return to the Bears' offensive line should provide a boost, especially with Josh Sitton (ribs) doubtful for Sunday. 
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Coaching up Cohen
Special teams coordinator Jeff Rodgers doesn't want to take away Tarik Cohen's aggressiveness, but needed him to learn when and when not to field a bouncing punt. 
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In the Loop: Trubisky gives the Bears best chance to win
On CSN's In the Loop, Hub Arkush dropped by for a Bears edition of Tell Me I'm Wrong.
STL: Is it the beginning of the end for Glennon?
The SportsTalk Live panel debates whether the Mike Glennon Experience should be over sooner rather than later.
Long: We started to knock the rust off
Bears offensive lineman Kyle Long is hoping to get back in action vs. the Steelers on Sunday.
Fantasy Football Fix Podcast: Slumping stars and the Week 3 Stock Market
The CSN Fantasy crew breaks down what to do with underperforming stars like Le’Veon Bell and Cam Newton, and evaluates the Week 3 stock market.
Can Markus Wheaton fix what ails the Bears’ offense?
The Bears' offense sorely has lacked a deep threat so far, but adding Markus Wheaton won't completely solve the problems facing Mike Glennon & Co. 
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Kris Bryant is all aboard the Mitch Trubisky bandwagon
Count Kris Bryant among the Chicagoans who are all in on letting Mitch Trubisky take some snaps for the Bears.
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History is on Trubisky's side
On average, top 10-picked quarterbacks over the last 20 years who've made their first start in the middle of a season do so in Week 5 or Week 6. 
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Under Center Podcast: Should Bears start Trubisky at QB?
On the latest edition of the Under Center Podcast, JJ Stankevitz and Mark Schanowski analyze the quarterback question.  The two weigh the pros and cons of starting Mitch Trubisky over Mike Glennon. Listen...
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Wheaton on returning: Hopefully this is the week
Bears wide receiver Markus Wheaton talks about possibly returning against the Steelers on Sunday.
Big Ben's perspective on young QBs
If Mitchell Trubisky takes over as the Bears’ starting quarterback this year and has some success, keep Ben Roethlisberger’s perspective in mind.
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Dropping the ball and missing the point
Almost all of the Bears' dropped passes on Sunday came in the fourth quarter, and only would've padded Mike Glennon's flawed stat line. 
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Why Trubisky should start ... or not
Five reasons why Mitch Trubisky should be the Bears' starting quarterback right now. And five reasons he shouldn't.
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Charles Tillman: FBI agent?
Former Bears legend Charles Tillman is taking his "Peanut Punch" talents to Quantico, Virginia, according to reports.
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Fantasy Football: 11 waiver wire targets for Week 3 and beyond
Here are 11 guys to target in your fantasy league entering Week 3 and beyond.
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Great Clips Clip of the Week: Cheerleader gets run over
A Chiefs cheerleader gets run over during a routine.
Wake Up Call: Fox on why Bears are sticking with Glennon
After a day with no games in Chicago sports, John Fox talking about Mike Glennon stood out the most.
SportsTalk Live: Why are the Bears sticking with Glennon?
After another loss, Mike Glennon is getting questioned as the Bears' starting quarterback.
SportsTalk Live: Is time running out on John Fox?
The SportsTalk Live panel discusses the prospects of John Fox as Bears coach.
Stankevitz and Schanowski on when we might see Trubisky
JJ Stankevitz and Mark Schanowski talk about the latest on the Bears from Halas Hall as the team preps for the Steelers.
Jordan Howard on how his shoulder feels
Bears running back Jordan Howard talks about his health after playing through a shoulder injury.
Podcast: Reactions to Glennon's awful performance in Tampa
The SportsTalk Live crew discusses Mike Glennon's performance in Tampa and recaps the weekend of NASCAR at Chicagoland Speedway.
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Jordan Howard says his shoulder is 'good'
Jordan Howard said Monday the shoulder issue he's dealt with since Week 1 hasn't held him back so far this year. 
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Fox: 'Mike Glennon will be our starting quarterback'
Bears head coach John Fox talks about his team's quarterback situation heading into Week 3's game against the Pittsburgh Steelers.
Why Fox is sticking by Glennon, for now
John Fox won't make a change at quarterback after Mike Glennon's disastrous showing in Week 2 against Tampa Bay. 
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Beer Down - Fans react to Bears' Week 2 loss to the Bucs
The guys from 'Beer Down' are back for more Bears banter after a rough Week 2 loss to the Bucs. Is it time to move to Mitchell Trubisky at QB? Crack open a cold one and we'll get through this together.
Another season-ending injury for Bears?
Nick Kwiatkoski, one game into filling in for the injured Jerrell Freeman, could be done for the season with a pec injury, according to a Monday report.
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The Bears' Week 2 gradebook isn't pretty
Mistakes in all three phases of the game lead to plenty of failing grades for the Bears in Week 2. 
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Inside the Huddle: Previewing Bears-Steelers
Dave Wannstedt previews the Week 3 game between the Bears and the Steelers.
Inside the Huddle: Dave Wannstedt on Glennon's performance
Dave Wannstedt talks about Mike Glennon and the Bears' offense after a Week 2 loss to the Bucs.
Wannstedt discusses reasons to start or sit Trubisky
Dave Wannstedt looks at the pros and cons of playing Mitch Trubisky at quarterback.
Inside the Huddle: Wannstedt's thoughts on Bears-Bucs
Dave Wannstedt gives his first impressions of the Bears' loss in Tampa.
Under Center Podcast: Buccaneers dominate the Bears
The crew breaks down the ugly loss in Tampa and look ahead to the game against the Steelers.
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Jay Cutler wins Dolphins debut
On the same day Mike Glennon had a real bad day in Tampa, former Bears quarterback Jay Cutler won his Dolphins debut — and was interception-free.
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Bears insist it's not all Glennon's fault
Mike Glennon's three turnovers were the most glaring part of Sunday's blowout loss in Tampa, but the Bears explained that it wasn't all on the quarterback.
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PGL looks ahead to Week 3 matchup against the Steelers
The Bears PGL crew looks at what the Bears will need to do to bounce back in Week 3 against the Steelers.
Bears PGL breaks down winners and losers from loss to Bucs
Who Ya Got? Our Bears PGL crew breaks down winners and losers from the Bears' 29-7 loss to the Bucs.
Stankevitz gives his take on Bears' ugly loss to Bucs
Bears Insider JJ Stankevitz gives his take on what the Bears look like after a 29-7 loss to the Bucs.
Fox: 'Not a good day at the office' for the Bears
John Fox discusses what went wrong (a lot) in the Bears' 29-7 loss to the Bucs on Sunday.

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