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Chicago Bears

Stadium: Soldier Field | Coach: Marc Trestman
Team RankingOverallRushingPassing
Offense16th95.3 (25th)254.0 (10th)
Defense17th108.4 (13th)247.6 (19th)

Next Game

Sun, October 26, 1:00 PM EDT
Gillette Stadium
TV: FOX
Chicago Bears
at
New England Patriots

Schedule

Sun Sep 7
L 23 - 20BUF
Recap
Sun Sep 14
W 28 - 20at SF
Recap
Mon Sep 22
W 27 - 19at NYJ
Recap
Sun Sep 28
L 38 - 17GB
Recap
Sun Oct 5
L 31 - 24at CAR
Recap
Sun Oct 12
W 27 - 13at ATL
Recap
Sun Oct 19
L 27 - 14MIA
Recap
1:00 pm EDT
Today
FOXat NE
Preview
8:30 pm EST
Sun Nov 9
at GB
1:00 pm EST
Sun Nov 16
MIN
1:00 pm EST
Sun Nov 23
TB
12:30 pm EST
Thu Nov 27
at DET
8:25 pm EST
Thu Dec 4
DAL
8:30 pm EST
Mon Dec 15
NO
1:00 pm EST
Sun Dec 21
DET
1:00 pm EST
Sun Dec 28
at MIN

Standings

NFC
North
Overall
W-L-T
Division
W-L-T
Detroit5-2-02-0-0
Green Bay5-2-02-1-0
Chicago3-4-00-1-0
Minnesota2-5-00-2-0
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Bostic, Briggs doubtful but most Bears probable for Pats
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com

Aside from safety Danny McCray (knee), who has been ruled out, and doubtful linebackers Jon Bostic (back) and Lance Briggs (ribs), the Bears are in good shape heading into their Sunday game at New England.

The only other Bear not listed as probable on their Friday injury report is tackle Jordan Mills (foot), who is questionable. The probables are wideout Wallace Williams (illness), safety Chris Conte (shoulder), tight end Martellus Bennett (hamstring) and cornerback Kyle Fuller (hip).

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Bears LBs Jon Bostic, Lance Briggs doubtful for Sunday
by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com

Bears linebackers Jon Bostic (back) and Lance Briggs (ribs) have been deemed doubtful for the Sunday game at New England.

Both have been sidelined the last two games.

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Alshon Jeffery a better bet than Brandon Marshall against Pats
by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer

The Bears love to air it out but didn't do such a good job of it Week 7 against Miami, with quarterback Jay Cutler throwing for just 190 yards and a touchdown. Unfortunately, the outlook isn't much better for Week 8 at New England.

The Patriots rank first against the pass, allowing 208.0 yards per game. Even worse for Brandon Marshall and Alshon Jeffery, they've given up the second-fewest Fantasy points per game to wide receivers.

Darrelle Revis is, of course, a big reason for that. The lockdown cornerback isn't quite as reliable as he used to be, but he's still capable of taking a top target out of the game, as he did with the Bills' Sammy Watkins a couple weeks ago. Against the Bears, that would probably be Marshall.

Jamey Eisenberg and Dave Richard aren't deterred, ranking both Marshall and Jeffery among their top 12 wide receivers for this week (with Marshall higher), and in traditional Fantasy leagues, you could certainly make the argument that they're too good to risk sitting. But in one-week leagues like FanDuel where you have your choice of every player, they're risky, Marshall especially. It's not like he has been so reliable this year anyway.

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Bears S Chris Conte practicing without restrictions
by Igor Mello | CBSSports.com

Bears safety Chris Conte practiced without any restrictions for the second consecutive day on Thursday, per ESPN. Conte, who was inactive Week 7 against Miami because of a shoulder injury, is on track to return to action Week 8 at New England.

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Bears QB Jay Cutler has no issues with Marshall's locker-room rant
by Michael Hurcomb | CBSSports.com

Bears quarterback Jay Cutler said he was not upset with wide receiver Brandon Marshall's postgame rant in the locker room following Sunday's loss against the Dolphins.

"He’s an emotional guy," Cutler said, per The Chicago Tribune. "Whenever he gets frustrated, he’s going to get emotional most of the time, and he’s going to speak from the heart, and he’s going to make sure everyone else around him hears him. It wasn’t anything that caught us off guard or was off-putting. It was frustration coming out and him just letting us know that it’s important to him."

Cutler added he doesn't believe Marshall crossed a line and said Marshall's actions were not directed at him.

"He didn’t come near me," Cutler said. "He didn’t say my name. I don’t think he attacked anybody personally (with) what he was saying."

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