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We would like to help you Support the Chicago Bears in person. The place we would recommend checking out for to get those hard to get tickets is: Prime Tickets. Yes everyone likes to see a winning team, but going to the game is really more about “BEING THERE”. Did your parents ever take you to a live professional football game? Did you ever take your kids? You know there is nothing better than being there!

Bears aiming to tame the Lions

Ex Lion Bell added to Bears roster

The Chicago Bears (0-3, not only got thrashed by the Dallas Cowboys but they also suffered a loss at their thin running back position, losing starting RB Jeremy Langford with a high ankle sprain.  He is expected to be out four to six weeks.  So the Bears went out and inked former Detroit Lions (1-2, third NFC North) RB Joique Bell to help fill in. Now the Bears face those same Lions.

“Joique’s a good guy,” Lions Safety Glover Quin said. “Obviously we know who he is, familiar for us. His running style is familiar. How much he can pick up on in a couple days, who knows?  If he gets in the game, we got to treat him just like he’s a Chicago Bear. He’s not a friend during the game. He’s a Chicago Bear and we’re trying to take him out.”

Bears prepare for Eagles

Wentz enters his first NFL road game

It looked like old times as the Chicago Bears got off to a rough start last week against the Houston Texans who forced five sacks on quarterback Jay Cutler in the 23-14 loss.

bears-4Cutler finished the game 16-29 for 216 yards, a touchdown and an interception while his rookie counterpart finished 22 -35 for 231 yards, two touchdowns and an interception.

Chiefs visit Bears Saturday

Starters expected to play extended minutes

The Chicago Bears will use their third preseason outing against the visiting Kansas City Chiefs to iron out final wrinkles in their offense but will have to do so without offensive lineman Kyle Long for a few more weeks it seems…the coaching staff have been less than transparent on Long’s return.

“It doesn’t really matter what I think,” Head Coach John Fox said. “There are medical people involved and when he’s cleared, he’ll play.”