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Guess the Score of the Bears-Packers and Win an Amazing Khalil Mack Bobblehead from Forever Collectibles

The Bears and Packers are set for a Sunday showdown in Chciago, and today we’re ready to see what you think of the game – and one lucky winner could get themselves an amazing Khalil Mack bobblehead from Forever Collectibles!

All you have to do is simply leave us a comment with your guess of the final score of Sunday’s battle between the Bears and Packers!

That’s it! If there’s more than one winner, we’ll chose one winner at random for this amazing bobblehead.

Looking for the perfect Christmas gift for that Bears fan? Forever Collectables has your answer, and they make it easier than ever to get the best gift for that special someone on your Bears Christmas list this year with their awesome line of unique bobbleheads!

There’s a ton to choose from, like Mitch Trubisky, or how about a great bobblehead of Bears great Gale Sayers!

Don’t pass up this chance to order these awesome bobbleheads today and get them in time to play the perfect Santa!

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Don’t forget to leave us your best guess at Sunday’s final for a chance to take home a sweet Khalil Mack bobblehead! Good Luck!

Khalil Mack’s Home Bears Jersey a Hot Seller This Holiday Season for All Fans

Sports jerseys and apparel are always a great item for fans for Christmas, and Fanatics has released their top 10 best-selling items from its Cyber Monday sale, with Bears new fan favorite linebacker Khalil Mack being number four on the list with his Navy Home Bears Jersey.

You can see the entire list, which to the surprise of no one is led by Los Angeles Lakers star LeBron James, by clicking HERE.

Bears List QB Mitch Trubisky as Doubtful; Chase Daniel to Get First Start Since 2014

It’s sounding more and more like Chase Daniel will be the Bears starting quarterback Thursday when they take on the Detroit Lions in a Thanksgiving showdown at Ford Field.

Bears quarterback Mitch Trubisky is officially listed as doubtful for Thursday’s game against the Detroit Lions according to the team’s official website.

It seems clear Trubisky is not going to play on a short week with his shoulder injury.

Daniel will start his first regular season game since 2014 and Tyler Bray will serve as the backup. Trubisky will likely return for the Week 13 game against the New York Giants.

Mitch Trubisky to be Questionable for Thursday’s Thanksgiving Showdown with Detroit

Bears head coach Matt Nagy says starting quarterback Mitch Trubisky is “day-to-day” with a shoulder injury according to Brad Biggs of the Chicago Tribune.

Adam Schefter of ESPN reported earlier on Tuesday that the Bears are “optimistic” Trubisky will be able to suit up for the team’s Thanksgiving Day game against the Detroit Lions but Nagy did not sound as sunny in his session with the media.

Trubisky apparently suffered the injury in one of the final plays of the Bears’ win over the Minnesota Vikings Sunday night. While the injury does not appear to be a long-term concern, Nagy said his second-year QB is “in pain” and unlikely to practice on Tuesday.

With the schedule makers doing the Bears absolutely no favors-playing on Sunday night and then again in the early game on Thanksgiving just four days later-Trubisky seems genuinely questionable against the Lions. Veteran backup Chase Daniel will be under center if Trubisky cannot suit up

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Are the Chicago Bears Becoming a More Balanced Team?

 

By Bryan Dietzler

Chicago Bears fans have a lot to be thankful for so far this season. Their defense is ranked, by some, as the best defense in the NFL. After years of struggle, that’s great news. And their offense isn’t bad either. They are getting great production out of the running and the passing game. Things look to be going much better for our Bears from now on. No longer does it appear that Chicago is the doormat of the NFC North.

If you hear the words Chicago Bears, what is the thing that you think of first? For some, it’s Walter Payton. For others, it’s George Halas. But, for a majority of the fans of the Bears, the word “defense” is synonymous with the team. Fans remember such guys as Dick Butkus, Mike Singletary, and Doug Plank as being the “heroes” of tough Chicago bear defenses.

Fans still think about the past and how great those defenses were.

But now, it’s time to look towards the present as the Bears have assembled a strong cast of characters to help bolster a defense that is one of the league’s best. Of course, we all know that Chicago’s best defensive player is Khalil Mack but they have several other guys that help make the defense a good one. Akiem Hicks, Danny Trevathan, and Kyle Fuller are just three of several guys that are making a big impact for the Bears. Almost every single guy on defense has made some kind of positive impact for the Bears and it shows in the numbers they are putting up as well as in the win/loss column.

Granted, this defense isn’t sticking it to teams like the defense of the 1985 Bears but they are doing things their own way and getting good results. If the defense can stay healthy then you can expect them to remain one of the top defenses in the NFL and be a reason why the Bears have a good year or, and this is not a stretch of the imagination, even make the playoffs.

But defense isn’t the only thing that the Bears are boasting these days. They have an offense that, despite the fact it still has some work to do, is effective. Chicago has been scoring a lot of points lately and even though some of those points have come from their opportunistic defense, their offense is putting up some strong number as well.

They should not be overlooked.

Leading the charge on offense is quarterback Mitchell Trubisky. Trubisky, a second-year player who started last season and hasn’t looked back, he has provided the Bears with the spark that they need to score points on offense and move the ball down the field.

Couple his play with fairly good health all around and the Bears offense could be one of the more dominant in the league for seasons to come.

Trubisky is really starting to come into his own. Granted, he’s had some issues but we must keep in mind that he is still young. He has a lot of learning left to do. Look for him to continue to learn and grow in an offense that will help him get better and will eventually help him get the Bears to the playoffs.

Not only is Trubisky working well in the offense but some of the other weapons they have are doing well. Their running game is solid and their receivers are not that bad. They are getting a lot of production out of the tight end position. When Trubisky can get it out to his receivers, they are catching the ball and making plays.

It’s all starting to come together for the Bears and it’s happening on both sides of the ball.

If there is a part of the team that could be considered a weak point, it’s special teams. We all saw the breakdowns on that unit in their game against the New England Patriots. Had they not have made those mistakes on special teams, Chicago would have won the game. They need to get better there or else they could lose a few more games.

Special teams and, yes, the quarterback position are still two points of weakness on this team that need to be addressed. The quarterback position will be addressed by allowing Trubisky to grow in his role and improve. We have already seen massive improvement in him already, he just needs to fine-tune his game. It’s possible that he could become one of the greatest quarterbacks in Chicago Bears’ history.

So is this a balanced team? Yes, it is. Are they going places? Yes, they are.

When it’s all said and done, it appears as if Bears’ management finally got things right.

Bears QB Mitch Trubisky Wins the NFC Offensive Player of the Week Honor

ChicagoTribune

It was another huge week for Bears second-year QB Mitch Trubisky, and Wednesday he was rewarded for his big effort against the Lions with being named the NFC Offensive Player of the week.

Steelers QB Ben Roethlisberger took home the AFC honors.

Trubisky was on fire against Detroit, throwing for 355 yards and three scores in the win, and he also ran in a touchdown for the Bears.

Chicago will be at home this week in a Sunday night Nationally televised game against Minnesota.

Bears at Bills NFL Week Nine Inactives

Here are today’s inactives for the Bears and Bills matchup in Buffalo

Bears

TE Ben Braunecker
CB Marcus Cooper
OT Rashaad Coward
LB Khalil Mack
DE Bilal Nichols
WR Allen Robinson
WR Kevin White

Bills

QB Josh Allen
QB Derek Anderson
OG Ike Boettger
LB Tremaine Edmunds
OT Conor McDermott
DE Trent Murphy
WR Cam Phillips

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