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The Bear’s Den Youth Prince Amukamara Jersey , October 2, 2018 BEAR DOWN, CHICAGO BEARS, BEAR DOWN!!!!BEARRRSSSSFinley: Jordan Howard or Tarik Cohen? Coach says Bears’ RB usage will change ‘by game’ - Sun Times - Matt Nagy entered the season saying Jordan Howard would be a three-down back. It’s clear, after Sunday, though, that it depends on the opponent.Finley: Bears lose OLB Sam Acho for the season with a torn pec - Sun Times - Bears outside linebacker Sam Acho tore his left pectoral muscle Sunday and will miss the rest of the season, coach Matt Nagy said Monday.Potash: Bears coach Matt Nagy leans on Andy Reid history with Chiefs to guide 3-1 team through bye week - Sun Times - This team generally has followed Nagy’s lead, and his ‘Trust me’ message is more likely to resonate with the team on a roll.Bears vs. Bucs: Hoge & Jahns Podcast, analyzing QB Mitch Trubisky’s breakout game - Sun Times - Bears quarterback Mitch Trubisky had a historic day in his fourth start under coach Matt Nagy.Finley’s good, bad and best: How the Bears fared in Week 4 vs. Buccaneers - Sun Times - Here’s how three Bears fared in the team’s 48-10 shellacking of the Buccaneers on Sunday:Wiedman: Chicago Bears win big at home - Our Turf Football - OTFB’s Wanda Wiedman talks about quarterback Mitchell Trubisky and the Chicago Bears big day. There’s a bye week coming, will that take the wind out of their sails?Medina: Patrick Ma-who? Fun With Mitch Trubisky's Big Game - Bleacher Nation - Mitch Trubisky did things to the Bucs defense that no quarterback in the history of the league had ever done before.Mullin: Matt Nagy warns his team after 38-point blowout of Buccaneers - NBC Sports Chicago - The Bears blew out the Buccaneers on Sunday and now Matt Nagy is warning his team of complacency.Bears grades: Straight A+'s for biggest win in recent memory - NBC Sports Chicago - The Bears' blowout win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers happened because of flawless scheming and execution from every corner of this team.Talarico: Trubisky's Breakthrough Performance was Everything We Wished For (And More) - Da Bears Brothers Blog - Trubisky looked as poised as he has as a Bear; he was making throws that Chicago fans have been fantasizing about.Kane: For the Bears, a satisfying feeling entering a week off must not turn to complacency - Chicago Tribune - Bears quarterback Mitch Trubisky can relax for a week knowing he drove one of the Bears’ victories by throwing for 354 yards and six touchdowns Sunday — before he starts worrying about how to replicate the performance on a weekly basis.Biggs' Bears rewind: Mitch Trubisky got better by correcting his eyes, his feet and his pocket awareness - Chicago Tribune - Bears quarterback Mitch Trubisky, in a career-best performance with 354 passing yards and six touchdowns Youth Eddie Goldman Jersey , solved much of what he was struggling with in the first three weeks of the season. Depth on the defensive line could be a big factor moving forward and much more.Wiederer: Bears got a spark from 'Willy Wonka' in their blowout defeat of the Buccaneers - Chicago Tribune - The Chicago Bears added style points to a 48-10 blowout of the Tampa Bay Buccaneers by utilizing "Willy Wonka," a creative play that featured two quarterbacks and finished with receiver Taylor Gabriel scoring a 3-yard touchdown.Brad Biggs' 10 thoughts on the Bears' 48-10 win over the Buccaneers - Chicago Tribune - Brad Biggs' 10 thoughts after the Bears crushed the Bucs 48-10. Playing time for running backs Tarik Cohen and Jordan Howard was even but Cohen is emerging as a bigger part of the offense. Improved mechanics from Mitch Trubisky. The double QB play, the smartest collection of NFL jerseys and more.Jahns' Bears vs. Bucs: Five takeaways from the Bears' resounding win, including using "Willy Wonka" - Sun Times - From a trick play named "Willy Wonka" to deep throws by Mitch Trubisky, the Bears were excellent against the Bucs.Finley: How Bears QB Mitch Trubisky's 'little things' added up one huge day - Sun Times - For all the gaudy statistics in Mitch Trubisky’s best start as a pro, Bears quarterbacks coach Dave Ragone was most pleased with the little things.Pompei: Observations From Bears-Buccaneers - 670 The Score - Through one-quarter of the season, Matt Nagy is the Coach of the Year front-runner.Bears ranked 8th in the 2018 NFL offensive scoring rankings - 247Sports - The Bears slot in tied for 8th in the top 10 scoring offense category with 111 points. Who knew?Schein: Bears, Titans, Bengals top emerging NFL bandwagons to hop on - - Four Sundays into the 2018 NFL season, Adam Schein identifies nine hype trains that are worth boarding. Break up the Bears, Titans and Bengals!Time to overreact to NFL 2018 Week 4 -- Is the Chicago Bears offense for real? - ESPN - Are Mitchell Trubisky & Co. ready to carry the load in Chicago? Should Earl Thomas be peeved? We take on the big questions of Week 4.Kaplan: Confidence soaring for Mitchell Trubisky, Bears heading into bye - Chicago Bears- ESPN - Coming off a six-TD game, Mitchell Trubisky hopes this is just the beginning for an offense looking to be as dynamic as its elite defense.Hughes: You Complain, I Can’t - Bears Dominate Bucs, Head Into Bye at 3-1 - Da Bears Blog - That being said Youth Prince Amukamara Jersey , this was probably the best statistical game by a Bears quarterback in history. 19-26. 354 yards. 6 touchdowns. 0 picks. 154.7 quarterback rating. A lot of that credit belongs to Matt Nagy and his brilliant scheme but Trubisky also made some remarkably perfect throws. What aMedina: The Key to Trubisky's Breakout Wasn't Simplifying the Offense 鈥?Says Coach Who Hinted at Simplifying the Offense - Bleacher Nation - Pull it back? Nah. That's not Matt Nagy's style.Medina: Hey Now! Let's Not Look Past the Fact Matt Nagy Had a Good Game, Too - Bleacher Nation - Matt Nagy's voluminous playbook paid off in a big way.Johnson: Bears’ Khalil Mack eyeing second DPOY award - Pro Football Focus - Chicago Bears edge defender Khalil Mack is off to an insane start to the 2018 NFL season, helping transform the team’s defense into one of the best in football.POLISH SAUSAGENFL Week 4 in Review: Earl Thomas saga reaches ugly ending - 247Sports - The last man standing from the Legion of Boom went down on Sunday, marking the dawn of a new era for the Seattle Seahawks.KNOW THY ENEMYNotes and highlights from the Buccaneers’ 48-10 loss to the Bears - Bucs Nation - Believe it or not, there were some positives.A Winy City beatdown leaves Buccaneers in a precarious position after 48-10 loss to the Bears - Bucs Nation - This loss couldn’t have come at a worse time nor in worse fashionDetroit Lions Week 4 report card: Cowboys dominates the trenches - Pride Of Detroit - When you can’t control the line of scrimmage, you’re going to have a bad day.Packers offense is close to breaking out, but Rodgers has every right to be frustrated - Acme Packing Company - Green Bay has elements of an elite offense, but there still structural problems worth changing to get this team rolling.Dalvin Cook injury: Vikings RB still not 100% after hamstring injury - Daily Norseman - Will he be limited in Week 5?The Buccaneers are repeating the mistakes of the past - Bucs Nation - On Mike Smith, his scheme, and what is perhaps Dirk Koetter’s fatal mistake.IN CASE YOU MISSED IT ON WINDY CITY GRIDIRONInfante's Fan Journal: Bears blowout elicits best home atmosphere in years - Windy City Gridiron - On Sunday, Soldier Field came alive in a way that hasn’t been seen in years.Wiltfong: Bears vs. Buccaneers snap counts, stats, and more - Windy City Gridiron - We’ll list out the complete playing time breakdown, and spotlight a few individual and team statistics from the Chicago Bears in their gigantic win against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.Infante: Bears linebacker Sam Acho out for the year - Windy City Gridiron - The eight-year veteran suffered a season-ending injury against the Buccaneers on Sunday.Leming: Chicago Bears week 4 game balls - Windy City Gridiron - In a 48-10 blowout win at home, who will take home Sunday’s game balls?Duerrwaechter: Bears vs. Buccaneers - Notes from an insane 48-10 blowout win - Windy City Gridiron - Erik C. 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Coach Jon Gruden was in no mood to rehash Denver's final drive that handed the Oakland Raiders a second straight defeat to open his tenure as coach.Case Keenum and the Broncos were able to move the ball down the field with little pressure in the heat and altitude of Denver and get a 36-yard field goal from Brandon McManus in the closing seconds of a 20-19 victory Sunday.A second straight game with no consistent pass rush raised an obvious question for Gruden about whether the decision to trade edge rusher Khalil Mack, who was holding out, to Chicago for a package of draft picks was a wise move."It doesn't make me regret Mitchell Trubisky Jersey ," Gruden said Monday "We made the trade. We made the trade. There has got to be hindsight, 50-50, all that stuff. We would have loved to have him here and I'm not going to keep rehashing this. I would have loved to (have) coached him, loved to have him here, but he's not here. Somebody's got to step up."That hasn't happened through two games so far this season as Oakland has just two sacks combined in losses to the Los Angeles Rams and Broncos in the opening two weeks.Bruce Irvin, who used to be nicknamed Robin to Mack's Batman, has been unable to deliver with the bigger responsibility of being the top pass rusher. He had one sack in the opener against the Rams but didn't provide much this past week.He committed a personal foul that extended a touchdown drive for the Broncos after Oakland had appeared to make a third-down stop and looked gassed on the final drive when Keenum moved the ball from his 10 to the Oakland 18 with under two minutes remaining."Well obviously we need to get more out of our captain," Gruden said. "He's put in some tough spots, certainly. He's a good player. He's had some really good snaps. We need more and more from him. I know he's giving us everything he has and it's tough on him, certainly, because we do have a lot of new guys around him upfront. We're happy he's here."The Raiders also hoped to get a boost from three rookie draft picks in end Arden Key and tackles P.J. Hall and Maurice Hurst. Key excelled in the preseason but has looked overmatched at times now that the regular season has started.Hurst had the team's only sack Sunday and Hall played on an injured ankle for much of the opener before missing the game against the Broncos and likely a little more time.The lack of a pass rush has played a role in Oakland struggling in the second half the first two weeks. The Raiders led both games at halftime but have been outscored 43-7 in the final two quarters for the worst second-half scoring margin in the league.They had chances to close out the Broncos even before the defense allowed the game-winning drive. Early in the fourth quarter, fullback Keith Smith dropped a pass from Derek Carr on fourth-and-1 from the Denver 33.Instead of the Raiders going in for another score to extend a 19-10 lead, the Broncos took over and drove for a touchdown.Oakland got the ball back with less than six minutes to go and a chance to ice the game. The Raiders got two first downs but a double pass interference call against Denver's Bradley Roby and Oakland's Amari Cooper wiped out a 29-yard gain to Cooper.Then a false start on second-and-4 by tight end Jared Cook helped stall the drive and led to a punt that set up Denver's winning drive."This is the National Football League. You have to be able to finish the game," Raiders cornerback Rashaan Melvin said. "That's something we haven't done as a team and we really need to focus on doing."
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