BEAR DOWN, CHICAGO BEARS, BEAR DOWN!!!!
Haugh: Opportunistic Bears D Leads In Laugher - 670 The Score - A trap game this was not, as the Bears rolled past the Bills, 41-9.
Emma: For Bears’ Kyle Fuller, Big Plays More Than A Day’s Work - 670 The Score - There’s a process of detailed preparation behind the production of Fuller.
Emma: In Convincing Fashion, Bears Take Care Of Business In Buffalo - 670 The Score - ”That’s a great team win for us,” Matt Nagy said of the Bears’ 41-9 victory.
Bears Rout Turnover-Prone Bills, 41-9 - 670 The Score - Chicago won its second straight to improve to 5-3.
Bernstein: Expectations Set For 1st-Place Bears - 670 The Score - The Bears are right where they should be -- in the thick of the NFC playoff race.
(Too) Bold Predictions: Leonard Floyd redemption game? - NBC Sports Chicago - Today, we spell redemption F-L-O-Y-D.
Ellis: Who's the GOAT? Here are the Bears' top-4 choices - NBC Sports Chicago - Among many, here are the 4 names that stick out above the rest.
Game recap: Bears crush Bills 41-9 - ChicagoBears.com - A dominant performance by an inspired defense that generated four takeaways and scored two touchdowns led the Bears to a 41-9 thrashing of the Bills Sunday in Buffalo.
2-Minute Drill: Fuller leads takeaway parade - ChicagoBears.com - Cornerback Kyle Fuller intercepted one pass and set up two others by teammates Leonard Floyd and Adrian Amos with well-timed hits in the Bears’ 41-9 win over the Bills Sunday in Buffalo.
Pace talks Bears on pre-game show - ChicagoBears.com - Bears general manager Ryan Pace discussed key issues on the WBBM Newsradio 780 AM and 105.9 FM pre-game show before Sunday’s game against the Buffalo Bills.
Medina: That's What It Looks Like When Good Teams (Like the Bears) Beat Bad Teams (Like the Bills) - Bleacher Nation - If you took the field for the Bears on Sunday, odds are you made a positive impact in one way or another in a 41-9 win.
Check Out Jordan Howard's Angry TD Run, His Second of the Day Against the Bills (VIDEO) - Bleacher Nation - Four scores for the Bears in the first half, with Jordan Howard's second TD capping the first-half fun.
Trubisky: 'We dominated as a team' - ESPN Video - Mitchell Trubisky reflects on the growth of the Bears on both sides of the ball after defeating the Bills.
Bears vs. Bills - Game Recap - November 4, 2018 - ESPN - Get a recap of the Chicago Bears vs. Buffalo Bills football game.
Dickerson: Bears' defense primed for second-half playoff push - Chicago Bears Blog- ESPN - The Bears' defense produced touchdowns, takeaways and sacks against the Bills as Chicago built a huge halftime lead and cruised.
Kane: Bears coach Matt Nagy - Healthy scratch for Kevin White not necessarily a permanent move - Chicago Tribune - Bears coach Matt Nagy said after the game that Kevin White is healthy, and he didn’t characterize the decision as disciplinary. Instead, it apparently was performance based.
Campbell: Kyle Fuller's emergence embodies ascending defense in Bears' 41-9 lockdown of Bills - Chicago Tribune - Kyle Fuller's interception against the Bills gives him four in the last four games. He has become one of the Bears' best playmakers and continues to personify the defense's ascent by distancing himself from his lost 2016 season and building on the 2017 rebound that earned him a new contract.
Bears-Bills weirdness: Mitch Trubisky channels 'Peaky Blinders,' plus 'Kurt' Fuller and Hingle McCringleberry - Chicago Tribune - Mitch Trubisky’s pregame wardrobe of a newsboy cap, waistcoat and tie made him look like an extra from an early 1900s period flick. And that wasn’t even the strangest thing from Sunday’s Bears-Bills game that fans were buzzing about.
Rosenbloom: Forget the Bill, the best competition was the TD race between the Bears offense and Bears defense - Chicago Tribune - Forget the Bills. Sunday's 41-9 slaughter looked like the Bears defense challenged the Bears offense to a game of H-O-R-S-E. But a bad team needed to be beaten, and it was beaten. That was the point of Sunday’s game. Get in, get a win, get out and finish the first half at 5-3 and in first place.
Chicago Bears-Buffalo Bills Postgame Show: Defense Takes Matters in Its Own Hands, Leads to Blowout Victory - Da Bears Brothers Podcast - Da Bears Brothers share their comprehensive game recap with their instant analysis and insight on the Chicago Bears Week 9 victory over the Buffalo Bills.
Stankevitz: Why the Bears’ blowout win over Buffalo could be a sign of good things to come - NBC Sports Chicago - 75 percent of teams that have won multiple games by 30 or more points in the last 10 years have made the playoffs. The Bears, with Sunday's win over the Bills, have now done that twice.
Stankevitz: Bears take care of business in Buffalo with critical NFC North stretch looming - NBC Sports Chicago - The Bears took care of business with a 41-9 laugher over the Buffalo Bills. Now, the fun begins.
Stankevitz: What's Kevin White's future with the Bears after being inactive vs. Buffalo? - NBC Sports Chicago - Kevin White was a surprise addition to the Bears' list of inactive players for Sunday's blowout win over the Buffalo Bills.
Stankevitz: Bears make Khalil Mack, Allen Robinson inactive for second consecutive week - NBC Sports Chicago - Khalil Mack and Allen Robinson will not play Sunday against the Buffalo Bills as both players continue to nurse injuries with an eye on a critical stretch of NFC North games looming this month.
Ellis: We called Bills' fans a laughing stock and they responded in the coolest way possible - NBC Sports Chicago - We'll take our crow with a side of ranch, please.
Jahns: Bears RB Jordan Howard ran over Bills safety Jordan Poyer for a TD - Sun Times - Bears running back Jordan Howard only ran for 47 yards but scored two touchdowns.
Finley: Bears WR Kevin White a healthy scratch for performance reasons - Sun Times - Kevin White, the Bears’ former first-round pick, was a healthy scratch for the first time in his career Sunday against the Bills.
Finley: Chicago's defense scores twice in 41-9 rout - Sun Times - The Bears scored four touchdowns during a 12 minute, 25 second span to defeat their truly terrible opponent, improving to 5-3 atop the NFC North.
Potash: Mediocre Mitch Trubisky celebrates Bears' 'great team win' - Sun Times - The offense produced just 190 yards — only the second time since the 2006 Super Bowl - season that the Bears have won with fewer than 200 yards.
Jahns: Why CB Kyle Fuller was Bears' best player in rout of Bills - Sun Times - Bears cornerback Kyle Fuller broke up three passes, including a diving interception, against the Bills.
Morrissey: Bears' defense dominates a woeful Bills' offense - Sun Times - The Bears’ excellence wasn’t even a result of hapless Buffalo quarterback Nathan Peterman, the pregame favorite to get the blame for everything.
Kane: Play of the game - Leonard Floyd’s pick-six a long-awaited game-changer for the Bears linebacker this season - Chicago Tribune - Leonard Floyd's first career pick-six Sunday for the Bears was a needed boost for the 2016 first-round pick who hasn’t had many game-changing plays this season.
Kane: Bears get dominant performance from the defense in 41-9 thrashing of the Bills - Chicago Tribune - The Bears defense forced four Bills turnovers and scored two touchdowns to drive a 41-9 victory on Sunday at New Era Field.
Every NFL Team’s Worst Quarterback Since 2000 – Cade McNown - The Sports Drop - One of the five quarterbacks taken in the 1998 NFL Draft, Cade McNown was a spark plug quarterback from UCLA who didn’t have the desired measurables which teams sought, but was dubbed with the ever vague “winner” description. In the great folly of quarterbacks that the Chicago Bears have had in franchise history, McNown is right up there with the worst.
What we learned so far from Sunday’s Week 9 games - NFL.com - Here’s what we’ve learned so far from Sunday’s Week 9 games, which included the Pittsburgh Steelers’ victory over the Baltimore Ravens in an AFC North showdown.
Raiders part ways with veteran DE Bruce Irvin - NFL.com - Bruce Irvin is out in Oakland. Nearly two weeks after trading Amari Cooper out of town and four days after the trade deadline passed, the Raiders are parting ways with yet another veteran figure.
KNOW THY ENEMY
Buffalo Bills embarrassed again against Chicago Bears: Sean McDermott, Nathan Peterman, and more opinion - Buffalo Rumblings - Stop me if you’ve heard this before. The Buffalo will were blown out on Sunday. This time, the Chicago Bears (without Khalil Mack) puts the boots to Buffalo and it’s getting really hard to trust the process. Our five takeaways are kind of all over the place, but we encourage you to add yours in the comments anyway.
Buffalo Bills 9, Chicago Bears 41 - Bears brutally blow up Bills - Buffalo Rumblings - Vic Fangio’s defense eviscerated the Nate Peterman-led Buffalo Bills on Sunday afternoon, crushing all hope from Buffalo’s offense en route to a 41-9 blowout by the Chicago Bears. Peterman threw three interceptions on the day, though each one was the result of a bobbled pass by his receiver. The Bills also coughed up a fumble. Two of those turnovers were returned for touchdowns. Peterman must have angered an ancient Aztec god, because his offensive career is quickly shaping into one of the worst in NFL history. He now has 3 passing touchdowns against 12 interceptions in his young career.
Lions-Vikings final score: Matthew Stafford pummeled in embarrassing, 24-9 loss in Minnesota - Pride Of Detroit - The Lions just don’t look like a good football team right now.
The Detroit Lions drop worst offensive performance in years without Golden Tate - Pride Of Detroit - Without his safety valve, Matthew Stafford—and the Lions’ offense—was impotent.
4 things we learned in the Detroit Lions loss to the Minnesota Vikings - Pride Of Detroit - Everything is bad again.
Dalvin Cook is still really fast - Daily Norseman - Even coming off of a hamstring injury
Minnesota Vikings 24, Detroit Lions 9: Vikings ride record-setting defense to big divisional win - Daily Norseman - The Vikings’ defense did something that no Vikings’ defense had ever done before
IN CASE YOU MISSED IT ON WINDY CITY GRIDIRON
Curl's 2018 NFL Week 9 Postgame: Bears find wings in Buffalo, fly to 41-9 Victory - Windy City Gridiron - The Bears take care of business in Buffalo and hold on to the NFC north throne.
Wiltfong: Bears place Kyle Long on injured reserve, promote Taquan Mizzell Sr. - Windy City Gridiron - The Bears have made a roster move in advance of Sunday’s game against the Bills.
Zeglinski: Windy City Gridiron picks Bears-Bills - Windy City Gridiron - The Bears visit Buffalo for the first time since 2010 on Sunday. A needed win for a Bears team that fancies itself a contender. Here’s how the WCG staff sees it shaking out.
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