Star quarterbacks Robert Griffin III and Jay Cutler were injured Sunday, although Griffin's sprained right knee did not cost Washington a victory.
When the Bears defense allows just 248 yards, 160 of those after an initial drive, and the Bears lose, the problem was not the defense (again).
MINNEAPOLIS -- Going into Sunday's game against the Vikings, Brandon Marshall only needed 10 catches to cement himself into the Bears' record books.
The offense started in a huge hole, partly its own making, and finished with perhaps the most meaningless 438 yards in recent memory.
MINNEAPOLIS -- Brandon Marshalls 16-yard touchdown catch in the final minutes of Sundays 21-14 loss to the Vikings gave him the most receptions in a single-season in Chicago Bears history.