MINNEAPOLIS — The aftershocks were still reverberating from the final indignity of the 2014 season, a touchdown-less, 13-9 loss to the Minnesota Vikings that was the Bears’ fif
As if dealing with the Detroit Lions and their No. 1 scoring defense wasn’t difficult enough...
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.
The Chicago passing offense, such as it was, produced just 194 yards and two fourth-quarter touchdowns in the fourth quarter well after the game was decided.
Martellus Bennett was like a lot – a whole lot – of Bears in the afterwash of the 31-15 loss to the New Orleans Saints on Monday.