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2015 Schedule
1-3, 3rd in NFC North
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Bears are big road underdogs

Kansas City (-9) hasn't covered since Week 1. With such a large spread, does Dave Tuley think the Chiefs are a smart bet for their second cover of the season? NFL best bets (Insider)

Mike Sando NFL Insider 

Josh McCown has 17 TD passes with two INTs when playing for the Browns and Bears over the past three seasons.

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Kansas City's defense should hold up

The Chiefs' poor pass defense should finally have a solid performance. Kansas City will have no problem getting after Jay Cutler and harassing his wideouts in Week 5. NFL Nation predictions

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Bears receivers Alshon Jeffery and Eddie Royal are questionable to face the Chiefs on Sunday. Jeffery did not practice on Friday after being limited on Wednesday and Thursday. Royal missed the entire week with an ankle injury.

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Top kicker in 2015?

Who's the best performing kicker so far in 2015? According to Mike Sando's numbers, Robbie Gould tops the list after failing to crack the top-10 in 2013 or 2014. NFL's top kicker (Insider)

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Chicago's options are limited

Both Eddie Royal and Alshon Jeffery will be limited with injuries this week. Look for tight end Martellus Bennett to step up for the Bears and have a major fantasy impact. Fantasy advice (Insider)


Be Honest: Bennett, Garcon's embattled QBs

Bears TE Martellus Bennett and Redskins WR Pierre Garcon join Cari Champion to discuss their embattled QBs and much more. Plus, the debut of Cari's "Lakers Corner."

Cutler not 100%, but will start vs. Chiefs (3:25)
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Cutler still not 100%, says he'll 'make do'

Bears QB Jay Culter said: "I feel better, I do. … But it is what it is, and we have a lot of guys banged up out here. I'll just make do." Cutler missed two weeks with a hamstring injury before returning in Sunday's win over the Raiders.

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Cutler still not 100 percent, says he'll 'make do'

Jay Cutler said on Thursday he's not 100 percent but is pushing through his hamstring discomfort in light of all the injuries the Bears have suffered this year.

What can Browns do for you? Lose?

That's as far as ESPN's Football Power Index is concerned. San Francisco, D.C., Chicago and St. Louis aren't faring much better as all five teams are 3-to-1 underdogs or worse.

Jarvis Jenkins an unlikely Bears hero (0:58)
How to bet on Chicago-Kansas City (0:46)

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Jay Cutler says it's been challenging dealing with all the injuries on offense, especially on offensive line. Bears may have to start rookie Hroniss Grasu at center on Sunday in Kansas City. Cutler says Grasu would be the youngest center he's ever worked with.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Bears are dangerously thin on the offensive line. Left tackle Jermon Bushrod, guard Patrick Omameh and right tackle Kyle Long did not participate in the open portion of practice on Thursday. Long is expected to play on Sunday, but it's not looking good for Bushrod and Omameh.

Avoid Andy Dalton for Week 5 (1:32)

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Today is the 10-year anniversary of the Chicago Bears signing place kicker Robbie Gould. The 7th most accurate kicker in NFL history, Gould is the franchise record holder for career field goals made (252) and career field goals of 50-yards or more (19).

Double Check: Bears-Chiefs (1:01)
What you need to know for Week 5 (1:06)
Edwards: 'Chicago cannot create points' (0:31)

Team Stats

Passing Yards190.029th
Rushing Yards123.511th
Points For17.028th
Points Against31.2Tied-31st

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