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Best Chicago Bears duo of the first half of the season

Who would you say was the best 1-2 punch for the Chicago Bears in the first half of the season?

Gregory Shamus

With the release of the new Call of Duty game (share your gamer tag below if you like), we are celebrating this week by working on a Teammates of the First Half of the Season award. Yes, that's a real thing.

Who would you say was the best 1-2 punch of the first half of the Chicago Bears 2013 season?


Jay Cutler and Brandon Marshall - While Alshon Jeffery might have a few more yards, Marshall has more targets, catches, and touchdown receptions. He's still Jay's go-to guy.

Charles Tillman and Tim Jennings - Last year's Pro Bowl duo are both in the Bears' top-10 tacklers this season, with 13 combined pass deflections, 6 interceptions, and 2 INT's returned for touchdowns.

Kyle Long and Jordan Mills - Two rookies, both starters, on the same side of the offensive line? For a couple of young guys being welcomed to the NFL in 2013, they're doing pretty well.

Lance Briggs and James Anderson - Through 8 games, the pair of linebackers have combined for 80 tackles, 11 pass deflections, and three sacks. It's unfortunate that Briggs is now lost for the new few weeks.

Major Wright and Chris Conte - The Chicago Bears safety tandem have combined for 70 tackles, good for #2 and #4 on the team, respectively.

Those are your five nominations... Feel free to vote below, and let us know if you would like to nominate another duo.