As if dealing with the Detroit Lions and their No. 1 scoring defense wasn’t difficult enough...
Operating with just one full day of practice, Jimmy Clausen went through an expected shakedown period.
The outcome of Sunday’s Bears-Lions game — a 20-14 loss for the Bears — was unremarkable save for the fact that the Lions (11-4) failed to cover a large point spread against a
Jimmy Clausen ripped off his helmet, popped up off the ground and went right after 6-foot-5, 278-pound Lions end Ziggy Ansah, spitting with fury.