ScheduleAll times ET
- 9/13L 31-23
- 9/20L 48-23
- 9/27L 26-0
- 10/4W 22-20
- 10/11W 18-17
- 10/18L 37-34
- 11/1L 23-20
- 11/9W 22-19
- 11/15W 37-13
- 11/22L 17-15
- 11/26W 17-13
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- 12/13h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 12/20h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 12/27h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 1/3h:mm a z, US/Eastern
- 8/13W 27-10
- 8/22W 23-11
- 8/29L 21-10
- 9/3W 24-0
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RT Kyle Long thanked the man who returned his lost wallet with tickets to Sunday's game.
Despite beating the Packers in Green Bay on Thanksgiving, the Bears fell one spot to No. 20 in this week's ESPN NFL Power Rankings.
The Bears, at 5-6, are on the outside of the playoff picture, but if they continue to win, they can improve that outlook in short order.
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With limited options at center behind Jason Kelce, the Eagles added the former fourth-rounder to add some security to the position.
After missing Thursday's win in Green Bay with an injury, Bears tight end Martellus Bennett attended the open portion of practice on Monday.
McPhee: Rodgers' remark motivated Bears
Chicago LB Pernell McPhee said Thursday's win at Green Bay was extra meaningful because of comments made by Aaron Rodgers in Week 1. "C'mon, the quarterback said he loved beating up on us. Who he think we are?" McPhee told reporters. "We ain't the team from last year, or two years ago, or three years ago. ... A lot of guys took it personal."
The Bears' win Thursday at Green Bay was especially meaningful to LB Pernell McPhee, who was spurred by comments Packers QB Aaron Rodgers made in Week 1.
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The Bears did not release any injury information on Monday, but tight end Martellus Bennett (ribs) participated in the open portion of practice. Wide receiver Eddie Royal (knee) did not.
Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer
Bears head coach John Fox conceded that he felt in order for his team "to stay relevant," they needed to upset Green Bay on Thursday night. With that mission accomplished, Fox said the focus is now on defeating San Francisco on Sunday and improving to .500. The Bears are currently 10th in the NFC Playoff Standings.
Tracy Porter had a big day in the Bears' win over the Packers. Here's what you need to know about him.
Linebacker Christian Jones posted a video on his Instagram of the happy Bears after the upset.
"I'm sure there have been times in the past when he's played well here and he hasn't had guys who have his back," Kyle Long said. "We have Jay's back."
Matt Forte, starting again after missing the Bears' past three games, had 16 touches on Thursday night, while backup Jeremy Langford had 13.
Cutler rallies for first win at Lambeau
After a miserable start to the Thursday night game, Jay Cutler was able to muster up enough offense to topple the Packers in Green Bay. He finished 19 of 31 for 200 yards and no turnovers in his first career win at Lambeau Field. Game balls
Forte can't get much going in return
In his first game back since being injured on Nov. 1, Matt Forte managed just 44 yards on 15 carries. He added one nine-yard catch to total four fantasy points in the win over Green Bay. Thanksgiving Day fantasy winners/losers
Tracy Porter, Jay Cutler, Lamarr Houston and Zach Miller lead the Chicago Bears' victory.
Cutler breaks dubious streaks
Not only did Jay Cutler win his first game at Lambeau Field on Thanksgiving night, it was also the first time in 13 starts that he did not throw an interception against the Packers.
Jay Cutler and the Chicago Bears spoil Brett Favre's night and Thanksgiving for the Green Bay Packers.
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