He has been arguably the Bears’ single best defensive player this season, if for no other reason than given the injuries and performance issues that have beset so many of his teammates.
It could probably pass as the title of an M. Night Shyamalan film.
When Lance Briggs went down with his fractured shoulder during the Oct. 20 game against the Washington Redskins, the Bears were allowing 117 rushing yards per game.
It’s not an official injury designation, and no final decision will be made until Friday.
The Bears expect some good news this week with the return of linebacker Lance Briggs to a defense in need of its stars.