Bears Talk

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Marc Trestman and the Bears have done well against tough tasks this season, but facing Calvin Johnson and a hobbled Matt Forte will give the Bears coach his toughest test yet.
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With Pro Bowl defensive tackle Henry Melton out for the year, now a big question is on the board for coordinator Mel Tucker: who will fill the shoes of such an integral part of the defense?
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Bears quarterback Jay Cutler is without a doubt exceptionally talented but getting his mind to function at the same capacity of his arm continues to be a work in progress.
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Major Wright had some impact plays, but Antonio Brown tore up the Bears secondary and Ben Roethlisberger wound up passing for over 400 yards in a rough day for the Bears secondary.
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The biggest story from Sunday night's win over the Steelers is the health of Henry Melton. However, in his absence the rest of the defensive line struggled to make an impact against Pittsburgh.
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Marc Trestman put together an excellent offensive gameplan to get all pieces of his group into the game, and the defense rattled Ben Roethlisberger in a big road win.
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Jay Cutler wasn't asked to throw much, but on the occasions that he did air it out Sunday night he was superb, picking up big completion after big completion in the Bears' win over Pittsburgh.
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Earl Bennett's 17-yard touchdown catch propelled the Bears to a Week 3 win over the Steelers, but Bennett himself wasn't sure he dragged his second foot down -- which replay confirmed.
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Henry Melton suffered a potentially serious knee injury Sunday night, and he'll undergo an MRI to diagnosis the severity on Monday. Melton was carted off and left Heinz Field on crutches.
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As the Bears head east, the team is looking forward to seeing more of out of its linebackers as they face a struggling Steelers offense.

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