Bears will win on monday!
this is 2012. they should have invented shock absorbent on the helmet by now
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While I certainly admire your optimism, I think Lovie is just playing games w/the media. Doesn't have to release an injury report until later on today, and might as well keep everyone guessing by switching the offensive players availability to Friday.
Regardless, hopefully Alshon gets back this week. I've given up hope on Bennett and Hester being able to make significant impacts/draw attention away from marshall. At least with Alshon we know that he can get open, and Cambell seemed to have decent chemistry w/him in preseason action.
henry mel with the hitler stache ahhahaha
http://www.rotoworld.com/player/nfl/3608/jay-cutlerJay Cutler (concussion) didn't participate in Thursday's practice, but coach Lovie Smith said he could start Monday even if he doesn't practice this week.
"There is not a whole lot I can say. He is getting better," Smith said. "Don’t know if he’ll be able to go this week." The early signs for Cutler's Week 11 status aren't looking good, but Smith's comments make it clear the Bears aren't rushing toward a determination. Concussions are not a "game-time decision" type of injury, so we should know Cutler's status by Sunday morning even though the Bears aren't playing until Monday night. Nov 15 - 5:08 PM
http://www.rotoworld.com/player/nfl/7441/alshon-jefferyAlshon Jeffery (hand) returned to Bears practice Thursday.
Beat writer Sean Jensen reports Jeffery was "at least" limited in Thursday's session. Out since Week 5, it puts Jeffery on track to return for Monday night's showdown with the 49ers. Jeffery's return would be a major boost for an offense with almost no viable pass catchers outside of Brandon Marshall. As a rookie coming off such a prolonged absence, however, he won't be worth immediate WR3 consideration. Nov 15 - 5:03 PM
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http://www.rotoworld.com/player/nfl/3119/alex-smithAlex Smith (concussion) has been cleared for non-contact drills.
ESPN's Adam Schefter reports Smith has passed his concussion tests. He's now on track to get in at least a limited session in Thursday's return to practice, and barring a setback, to start against Chicago. Don't drop Colin Kaepernick just yet if you're a Smith owner in a two-QB league, but plan on Smith being under center. Nov 14 - 5:23 PM
I just wanted a full season of Cutler/BMarsh god dammit.
I am selfish and I want what I want!
Is it monday yet?
Hopefully Forte doesn't pull a repeat performance from last week. If that's the case, we're ****ed.
Wow that was a beautiful return by Buffalo.
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