Like so many areas of Bears offense, defense and special teams, the receiver group delivered some highlights. And some decided lowlights.
A difficult critique because of some stellar play, some stumbling plays. One hand in the oven, one hand in the freezer, on average you’re theoretically comfortable. But you’re not, really.
The first quarter of the 2014 Bears season already has an anomaly in the tradition of the Bears losing all five 2013 games in which Alshon Jeffery compiled 100 or more receiving yards.
Bears cornerback Kyle Fuller, named this week as the NFL’s defensive rookie of
Most of defensive end Jared Allen was back at practice after missing last week and the Green Bay Packers game with what he confirmed was pneumonia.