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The Bear’s Den, November 2, 2020

Bears lose, Packers lose, Lions lose in a bad day for those not in the NFC North basement like the Vikings.

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Tarik Cohen is More Important to the Bears than You Think - On Tap Sports Net - Bears running back Tarik Cohen is missed badly by the Bears offense, considering they have yet to rush for 100 yards as a team since he was injured.

Bears and Saints In-Game Blog - Saints 26, Bears 23, OT FINAL - - Bear Digest is a Sports Illustrated channel featuring Gene Chamberlain to bring you the latest News, Highlights, Analysis, Draft, Free Agency surrounding the Chicago Bears.

Game Recap: Chicago Bears fall to New Orleans Saints 26-23 in OT - - The Bears erased a 23-13 deficit in the final 3:32 of the fourth quarter Sunday at Soldier Field but lost to the Saints 26-23 in overtime on Wil Lutz’s 35-yard field goal with 1:36 remaining in the extra session.

Bernstein: Matt Nagy, Bears have another ugly day - 670 The Score - After another week spent debating Matt Nagy’s issues as a game-planner and a play-caller, what really hurt the Bears on Sunday were issues relating to Matt Nagy the NFL head coach.

Bears drop to 5-3 with 26-23 overtime loss to Saints - 670 The Score - Drew Brees threw two touchdowns to regain the NFL’s all-time lead from Tom Brady, Wil Lutz nailed a 35-yard field goal in overtime and the New Orleans Saints beat Chicago, 26-23, on Sunday.

Social media reacts to Bears WR Javon Wims’ bizarre punches - 670 The Score - An ugly scene broke out in the third quarter of the Bears-Saints matchup Sunday, when Chicago receiver Javon Wims made the seemingly random decision to try and fight New Orleans cornerback C.J. Gardner-Johnson.

Bears right tackle Bobby Massie suffers knee injury - 670 The Score - Bears right tackle Bobby Massie left in the first quarter against the Saints on Sunday with a left knee injury. With Massie out, the Bears are without three of their five starters on the offensive line.

Charles Tillman’s NFL-changing Peanut Punch – The Athletic - Charles Tillman’s Peanut Punch will be featured on ESPN on Sunday morning.

Javon Wims: What to know about the Chicago Bears receiver - Chicago Tribune - Chicago Bears wide receiver Javon Wims gave up football in high school and was again out of the sport after one year in college. Here are 5 things to know about the Florida native.

Week 8: New Orleans Saints 26, Chicago Bears 23 - Chicago Tribune - The Chicago Bears were able to force overtime after trailing by 10 points in the fourth quarter, but Wil Lutz made a 35-yard field goal with 1:40 to play in OT to lift the New Orleans Saints to a 26-23 victory Sunday at Soldier Field.

Mitch Trubisky returns: Bears debut him as wildcat QB vs. Saints - Chicago Sun-Times - A surprise: The once-benched quarterback made his first appearance since Nick Foles took over in Week 3.

Bears WR Javon Wims tossed for throwing punches - Chicago Sun-Times - Bears wide receiver Javon Wims was ejected from Sunday’s game in the third quarter after punching Saints safety C.J. Gardner-Johnson in the helmet — twice — while the ball was on the other side of the field.

Final score: Saints 26, Bears 23 as game of wild swings goes to overtime - Chicago Sun-Times - The Bears lost their second consecutive game, missing an opportunity to overtake the Packers in the NFC North.

Drew Brees throws two touchdown passes as Saints beat Bears in overtime - ProFootballTalk - Drew Brees is again the NFL’s career passing touchdown leader. For at least a day.


Cam Newton takes responsibility for yet another Patriots' loss - ProFootballTalk - Cam Newton got the Patriots in position for a game-tying field goal if not a game-winning touchdown. Then, he lost a fumble.


It’s a trap! Packers lay egg against Vikings in 28-22 loss with 49ers on deck - Acme Packing Company - It can’t happen. Not against a divisional rival. Still, the Packers appeared to overlook the struggling Vikings and it bit them. Green Bay came out rolling offensively but on a windy day got blown off course defensively, getting torched by Dalvin Cook and the hapless Vikings.

Packers-Vikings Rapid Recap: Dalvin cooks Pettine’s porous defense - Acme Packing Company - Zach and Alex give their rapid reactions to the Packers' frustrating home loss to the Minnesota Vikings.

Minnesota Vikings 28, Green Bay Packers 22: Dalvin Cook powers Vikings to massive upset - Daily Norseman - Incredibly impressive performance for the purple in this one

Lions - Colts final score: Detroit’s big mistakes lead to decisive loss, 41-21 - Pride Of Detroit - The Lions’ had a big letdown


WhiskeyRanger: Chicago Bears offense comes up short, in close game vs the Saints. - Windy City Gridiron - Not gonna lie, that was rough to watch, but at least it wasn’t the blow out many were predicting.

WhiskeyRanger's One Stop Shop - Saturday The 31st! Photo Illustration - Windy City Gridiron - How can you hope to run, without an offensive line?!

Salo's Windy City Gridiron Saturday Spotlight: Cole Kmet - Windy City Gridiron - Throughout the 2020 NFL season, we’ll spotlight a Bears player in a weekly column. This week, we’ll take an in-depth look at Tight End Cole Kmet.


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