After a spectacular upset of the Green Bay Packers on Thanksgiving, your Chicago Bears are hoping to up their odds at making the playoffs with a strong showing against a struggling San Francisco 49er’s team who have yet to win on the road.
The Bears are hoping to spark their running game after rolling the Packers for 168 yards and are looking to split time between Matt Forte and rookie Jeremy Langford.
“I wish we could get more plays in a game, so both those guys could get more touches,” offensive coordinator Adam Gase said. “Both of those guys splitting the load like that, we can keep them fresh and … we should only get better from here on out and those guys will get in the flow of it. You don’t want to have three-and-outs where they’re kind of in and out. You want to try to give them a little rhythm and you need to have an 8-to-12-play drive for that to happen.”
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After two close losses by a combined 6 points the past two weeks, the Chicago Bears (2-5) are attempting to right the ship as they visit the San Diego Chargers (2-6) for Monday Night Football at Qualcomm Stadium. In the loss to the Vikings last week, the Bears lost both RB Matt Forte and WR Eddie Royal to knee injuries adding them to a growing list of injured Bears.
The Bears return home November 18th to face the Denver Broncos. Plenty of great seats and affordable tickets are still available so be sure to get yours today and help cheer on your Chicago Bears to victory!
The Chicago Bears plan on getting back to smash mouth football and it all begins with their running game and back Matt Forte.
“When you run the ball, it’s more like an attack feeling,” Forte said, per the Chicago Sun-Times. “They like smash-mouth football, where you can bloody somebody’s nose and run and hit people. And then as a running back, you can get rhythm and kind of wear on defenses and wear them down, where that pass rush will be a lot less harder in the fourth quarter.”
With the return of the run game to the offense, it is less likely you will see quarterback Jay Cutler having to throw 50 times a game.
“I think myself, the rest of the quarterbacks and the rest of the offense for that matter really like what we’re doing right now,” Cutler told reporters Tuesday. “We really enjoy the coaches, being around them. There’s a lot of energy from this group. So it’s fun day-in and day-out.”
Plenty of great seats and affordable tickets are still available so be sure to get yours today and help cheer on your Chicago Bears~!