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The Bear’s Den, November 18, 2020

Let’s see... we have a great kickoff returner, so there’s that, that’s almost like an offensive player, right? No? Well, ummm...

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Chicago Bears returner Cordarrelle Patterson (84) returns a kickoff 104 yards for a touchdown to open the third quarter against the Minnesota Vikings
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Matt Nagy, Bears at a loss for words after humiliating Monday night - RSN - Chicago's running out of time, and answers.

NFL Week 10 Overreactions: It's time to blow up the Bears, isn't it? - RSN - It feels like the Nagy era Bears are falling apart.

Ryan Pace drafting Mitch Trubisky led us to Bears' pathetic loss to Vikings - RSN - The unwatchable mess that was the Bears' 19-13 loss to the Minnesota Vikings on Monday night did not happen in a vacuum.

Chicago Bears - Minnesota Vikings Postgame Show: It's Official - The Offense Can't Be Fixed (Sorry, Defense) - - Listen as the guys break down the Chicago Bears 19-13 loss to the Minnesota Vikings.

Greenberg: We all know what we saw Monday night, the Bears’ playoff hopes ending – The Athletic - There is no resistance to what’s coming over the last six games.

The Bears offense is broken, no matter who's calling plays – The Athletic - Mitch Trubisky wasn't the answer, and Nick Foles isn't either.

Should Ryan Pace, Matt Nagy pick Bears' next QB? – The Athletic - Is it time to pull the plug on Ryan Pace and Matt Nagy after the Bears' QB debacles?

Winners and losers from Chicago Bears' Week 10 - Chicago Tribune - The only thing worse that watching the Chicago Bears’ dreadful offensive performance on “Monday Night Football”? Knowing this city will hash over every last failure from the Week 10 loss for nearly two weeks.

Chicago Bears Week 10 Takeaways: BEAR-ly Hanging On - On Tap Sports Net - The Bears lost their fourth straight game and dropped to 5-5 on the season. The lousy performance on offense has their playoff hopes on life support.

3 things that stood out to Chicago Bears head coach Matt Nagy in Week 10 loss to Minnesota Vikings - - After watching tape of Monday night’s 19-13 loss to the Vikings, Bears coach Matt Nagy on Tuesday discussed three things that stood out to him in the game, including another disappointing performance on offense.

Chicago Bears head coach Matt Nagy says injury to QB Nick Foles not as bad as originally thought - - Bears coach Matt Nagy revealed that the injury quarterback Nick Foles suffered Monday night against the Vikings isn’t as severe as initially suspected, but it could be a factor in a possible switch back to Mitchell Trubisky.

Chicago Bears head coach Matt Nagy praises S Eddie Jackson’s postgame speech after Week 10 loss to Minnesota Vikings - - Bears coach Matt Nagy on Tuesday praised safety Eddie Jackson’s efforts to motivate teammates.

Lunch Without Urlurker: 11.17.20 - - Bears Senior Writer Larry Mayer discusses Roquan Smith’s strong play, rebounding after the bye week and his favorite NFL broadcasters during his weekly Q&A with fans.

Emma: Observations From Bears-Vikings - 670 The Score - The Bears lost again Monday, dropping their fourth straight in a 19-13 setback to the Vikings at Soldier Field. 670 reporter Chris Emma shared his observations from another ugly night for Chicago.

Bears DL Akiem Hicks has strained right hamstring - Chicago Sun-Times - In the fourth quarter, with Hicks on the sideline, Vikings running back Dalvin Cook ran 11 times for 57 yards.

Javon Wims’ suspension lifted, gets roster exemption - Chicago Sun-Times - The NFL on Tuesday reinstated Bears receiver Javon Wims after he served a two-game suspension for throwing punches against the Saints.

Bears snap judgment: Darnell Mooney leads wide receivers - Chicago Sun-Times - The Chicago Sun-Times’ weekly look at playing time dives into the wide receivers, running backs and more.

Bears film review: The good and (mostly) bad of their loss to the Vikings - Chicago Sun-Times - A look at the offensive line, some special teams stars, a brutal play call by Bill Lazor and more.

Bears running out of options to fix offensive woes - Chicago Sun-Times - Matt Nagy hoping the bye week will provide solutions after a new low — 149 yards — in a 19-13 loss to the Vikings. "At some point, something has to click. At some point — you would think."

Bears running out of options to fix offensive woes - Chicago Sun-Times - Matt Nagy hoping the bye week will provide solutions after a new low — 149 yards — in a 19-13 loss to the Vikings. "At some point, something has to click. At some point — you would think."

Bill Lazor will continue to call plays for Bears - Chicago Sun-Times - Offensive coordinator Bill Lazor will be given at least another game as the Bears’ play-caller, coach Matt Nagy said Tuesday.

Chicago Bears: Bill Lazor likely to keep play-calling duties - Chicago Tribune - Bill Lazor’s debut as Chicago Bears play caller did not go well, to put it mildly. But Matt Nagy didn’t think it would be a smart move to give Lazor the duties for one week and then take them back.

Nick Foles: Chicago Bears QB won't go on IR with injury - Chicago Tribune - The Chicago Bears have a bye this week, and that will give quarterback Nick Foles nearly two weeks to recover before the next game against the Green Bay Packers at Lambeau Field on Nov. 29.


NFL’s top doctor says increase in positive tests reflects situation around the country - ProFootballTalk - Early this season, the NFL could go weeks at a time without a player testing positive for COVID-19. That’s no longer the case.


Aaron Rodgers won't become a football broadcaster - ProFootballTalk - “Well, I’ve given a lot to this game,” Rodgers told Pat McAfee on Tuesday regarding Rodgers’ lack of interest in becoming a broadcaster.


Wiltfong: Bears vs Vikings snap counts, stats and OMG those stats are hideous! - Windy City Gridiron - Lester gives some thoughts on the game, plus he shares the complete playing time breakdown, and spotlights a few individual and team statistics from the Chicago Bears in their 19 to 13 loss to the Minnesota Vikings.

Wiltfong: Ten Thoughts on the NFL - Windy City Gridiron - Check out our Thoughts on the NFL this week, and then be sure to leave a few thoughts of your own in the comment section.

Leming: 10 Chicago Bears’ Takes after a 4th loss in a row - Windy City Gridiron - As the season unravels, so does fan’s hope for this organization.

Wiltfong: Chicago Bears Injury Update - No fracture to Nick Foles’ hip - Windy City Gridiron - Earlier today on NFL Network’s Good Morning Football, Mike Garafolo reported that the injury to Chicago Bears quarterback Nick Foles is not expected to be serious and all initial tests are...

Infante's Notes: Bears drop to 5-5 after sluggish offensive performance vs. Vikings - Windy City Gridiron - Another poor offensive outing saw the Bears drop their fourth-straight game in a prime-time loss on ‘MNF’.


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