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Bad at Home Bears Look to Bounce Back vs Broncos

Two teams struggling to find consistency all season will meet this week at Soldier Field the Bears host the Broncos.  The Bears are just 1-and-3 at home this season and are 4-and-6 overall after losing 30-23 to the Seattle Seahawks in Week 11.  Rex Grossman was back in the starting lineup and threw for 266 yards, however he was sacked five times and lost a costly fumble as the Bears were driving for the tying score in the fourth quarter.  The Broncos have won two straight to get back to .500 and are tied for first-place in the AFC West.  Denver beat the Tennessee Titans 34-20 on Monday Night Football.  Jay Cutler threw for 200 yards and a pair of touchdowns as Denver set a franchise record with four touchdowns of 40 yards or more.  The Bears won 19-10 the last time these two teams met in 2003.

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