Sure, the Bears won at Lambeau Field on Monday Night, but they did it with the Packers’ trotting out backup quarterback Seneca Wallace, who hadn’t taken a snap in professional football for more than two years.
While the injury focus for Detroit’s game against Chicago will be focused on the Bears’ quarterback situation, the Lions have a few injury issues of their own on defense.
Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler watched the Monday Night football game from the sidelines. That was expected.
For the better part of two decades now, the Green Bay Packers backup quarterback has been little more than an afterthought.
The Detroit Lions got out to a big lead against the Chicago Bears, but the game almost slipped out of their hands late. Here is a closer look at how the Lions fared in this high scoring affair.
Despite the solid performance and all the turnovers forced, Schwartz still seemed peeved after the game – understandable enough considering the Lions had a 40-16 lead at the beginning of the fourth quarter and ended up winning just 40-32.
Jay Cutler, Mr. Fourth Quarter? The nickname just might stick if he keeps this up.
Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler might be showing signs he’s a different player this season.
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Stop me if you have heard this before. Ndamukong Suh is a dirty player.