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    "Banged up Bears"

    Lance Briggs is injured, too

    Posted by Mike Florio on November 25, 2012, 5:22 PM EST

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    And now there are six.

    The list of injured Bears starters has expanded by one; Sean Jensen of the Chicago Sun-Times reports that linebacker Lance Briggs left Soldier Field with a walking boot on his right foot.

    Unless it was a bizarre fashion statement, it means that Briggs has an injured foot or ankle.

    He joins running back Matt Forte (ankle), receiver Devin Hester (concussion), cornerback Charles Tillman (ankle), guard Lance Louis (knee), and guard Chris Spencer (knee) as the banged-up Bears.



    How concerned should we be?

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    Wow, that is some seriously bad news. What a ****** day for injuries.
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    hester had a concussion? that's not good. it looks like next week we will be without forte, hester, briggs, and one of the two OL
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    I'll wait until we know how serious each injury is before being too concerned.

    The ones that will hurt the most are Briggs and Trillman, maybe Louis too since our O-line has very little depth now.

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    How do you even tell if Hester has a concussion? Ever hear the guy talk on a normal basis? He's a ****ing idiot.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rndy View Post
    How do you even tell if Hester has a concussion? Ever hear the guy talk on a normal basis? He's a ****ing idiot.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Rndy View Post
    How do you even tell if Hester has a concussion? Ever hear the guy talk on a normal basis? He's a ****ing idiot.


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    Quote Originally Posted by TheLegend View Post
    Man you're always calling someone names. Give it a break man. Not necessary
    True I'm going to change. But given my flag football history I have enough cred to say Hester isn't very good. That is the truth people who never played wouldn't know anything.

    Hester would do a lot better if he scored more touch downs.

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    or if he ran better routes, got open more, caught more passes or stopped dancing around every time he returned a punt or kickoff.

    Quote Originally Posted by Rndy View Post
    True I'm going to change. But given my flag football history I have enough cred to say Hester isn't very good. That is the truth people who never played wouldn't know anything.

    Hester would do a lot better if he scored more touch downs.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Rndy View Post
    How do you even tell if Hester has a concussion? Ever hear the guy talk on a normal basis? He's a ****ing idiot.
    He ran straight forward during a return… Pretty much a dead give-away for me
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    Quote Originally Posted by ImGoinToJackson View Post
    He ran straight forward during a return… Pretty much a dead give-away for me

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    I'm not worried too much about Spencer since he was in and out all game long. Briggs also managed to finish the game and Tillman was chilling on the sideline.

    Forte's injury didn't look nice, especially since he hurt his ankle earlier this year. Louis though might be the most worrisome, cause that was a vicious hit by Allen.

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    Quote Originally Posted by {Ron!n} View Post
    I'm not worried too much about Spencer since he was in and out all game long. Briggs also managed to finish the game and Tillman was chilling on the sideline.

    Forte's injury didn't look nice, especially since he hurt his ankle earlier this year. Louis though might be the most worrisome, cause that was a vicious hit by Allen.
    I don't want to move Carimi to OG, but at the same time I would much rather try Carimi at that spot than put Spencer back on the field.

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    Really only worried about forte and Briggs

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