The impact of Lance Briggs being placed on injured reserve late Friday from the groin injury suffered in the win over Tampa Bay probably is considerably less than it might have
Don't ever count yourself out.
The Philadelphia Eagles are proof of that in Week 10.
GREEN BAY, Wisc. — Now the question becomes what do the Bears do about this one. Two obvious things are right in front of the Bears (3-6), and neither is particularly good.
The Detroit Lions and Green Bay Packers both won on Sunday to move to 5-2, meaning a two-game edge on the Bears with nine games to play.
The continuing and growing issue of penalty flags materially affecting both game times and outcomes has been escalating from the beginning of the preseason.