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BEAR DOWN Youth Prince Amukamara Jersey , CHICAGO BEARS, BEAR DOWN!!!!BEARRRSSSSMayer: Nagy confident Bears will bounce back again - - The Bears rebounded from a tough Week 1 loss in Green Bay by winning their next three games. It’s a blueprint that coach Matt Nagy hopes to follow after Sunday’s overtime defeat in Miami.Medina: These Are NOT Excuses, But One Too Many Controversial Calls Went Against the Bears on Sunday - Bleacher Nation - Everything that could go wrong did go wrong for the Bears, including an array of questionable penalties.Wiedman: The incredible takeaways from a gut-wrenching Bears loss - Our Turf Football - OTFB’s Wanda Wiedman reports on the incredible takeaways from a gut-wrenching Chicago Bears loss to the Miami Dolphins.Pompei: Observations From Bears-Dolphins - 670 The Score - Really good teams don’t beat themselves. The Bears beat themselves Sunday.Hess: Not the same case as last time - Trubisky’s Miami heroics should’ve been enough for Bears - The Blitz Network - Mitchell Trubisky played well enough to win... Finley: Good, bad and worse - How the Bears fared in Week 6 at Dolphins - Sun Times - Some weeks are better than others for the Bears. Here’s how three Bears fared in Sunday’s 31-28 overtime loss to the Dolphins at Hard Rock Stadium:Biggs: Mitch Trubisky was far from great, but his deep ball is evolving - Chicago Tribune - Bears coach Matt Nagy was off when he called Mitch Trubisky "great" in Sunday's loss to the Dolphins, but the team had much bigger shortcomings than the quarterback in the loss, and he's getting better attacking downfield.Wiederer: Bears coach Matt Nagy stands behind his play-calling approach that preceded a costly missed field goal - Chicago Tribune - Bears coach Matt Nagy wasn't apologizing Monday for settling for a 53-yard Cody Parkey field-goal attempt on the team's lone possession in overtime Sunday against the Dolphins. Parkey missed the kick. The Bears lost. And Nagy was left to pick up the pieces.Kane: Bears pass rusher Khalil Mack to undergo tests on injured right ankle - Chicago Tribune - Khalil Mack injured his right ankle in the first half against the Dolphins on Sunday but re-entered and wound up playing 79 percent of the Bears snaps on defense. He finished with two tackles, but it was his first game in a Bears uniform without a sack or a forced fumble.Kane: Bears coach Matt Nagy doesn't budge on Trey Burton’s offensive pass interference - Chicago Tribune - Bears coach Matt Nagy doubled down Monday on his assessment that tight end Trey Burton did nothing wrong when he was called for offensive pass interference Sunday.Rosenthal: Bears local TV ratings up 42 percent from last season's five-game average - Chicago Tribune - Not only are the Bears off to a better start than last season — 3-2, compared with 1-4 — but their local television ratings are up 42 percent from the five-game mark a year ago.Talarico: How Bears Respond to Miami Loss Will Be Key of the Season - Da Bears Brothers Blog - If this team wants to be taken seriously in the division and the NFC, they need to find a consistent, happy medium between the good and the bad.Stankevitz' Bears grades: Defense falls flat, and a longer look at Matt Nagy’s decision-making - NBC Sports Chicago - The Bears' defense had a rough afternoon in Miami, while Matt Nagy's decision-making warrants additional scrutiny following Sunday's 31-28 loss.Mullin: Drilling further down on Matt Nagy after Bears OT loss to Miami Dolphins - NBC Sports Chicago - Mitchell Trubisky assessed Sunday's defeat against the Dolphins as a team loss, but there are numerous explanations that go deeper than that.Finley: Bears keeping an eye on Khalil Mack's right ankle - Sun Times - The Bears will continue to monitor the right ankle that Khalil Mack hurt in the first half Sunday. TPotash: Bears coach Matt Nagy handles criticism after Cody Parkey field goal misses in overtime loss to Dolphins - Sun Times - It was a little too reminiscent of Marc Trestman’s conservative approach in a similar situation against the Vikings in 2013.Jahns: Five takeaways, including a look at the Bears' struggles with the heat - Sun Times - From Mitch Trubisky's deep throws to the Dolphins' unique home-field advantage, here are five takeaways from the Bears' wild loss.Finley: Bears coach Matt Nagy 'This is not a Debbie Downer organization' - Sun Times - They’ll try to use their latest bizarre, unlikely defeat — a 31-28 overtime loss to the Dolphins on Sunday — as motivation against the Patriots.Bears vs. Dolphins: Hoge & Jahns Podcast Youth Eddie Goldman Jersey , breaking down a wild loss - Sun Times - Did the Bears' defense really get torched by quarterback Brock Osweiler? How well did quarterback Mitch Trubisky play?Morrissey: Finding the good in Bears' OT loss to Dolphins - Sun Times - I saw a wild, up-and-down game that called for surrender, not anger from viewers. Everybody else saw a bad loss to a struggling Dolphins team.IN CASE YOU MISSED IT ON WINDY CITY GRIDIRONZeglinski: Shocking news - the Bears’ Mitch Trubisky is great with a clean pocket and other insights - Windy City Gridiron - The Bears quarterback was lights out with minimal pressure against the Dolphins. A recurring theme among other Pro Football Focus insights.Bears vs. Dolphins: Snap counts, stats, and more - Windy City Gridiron - We’ll list out the complete playing time breakdown, and spotlight a few individual and team statistics from the Chicago Bears in their awful loss to the Miami Dolphins.Infante: Don’t look now, but Mitchell Trubisky is catching fire - Windy City Gridiron - Amid several disappointing aspects of Sunday's loss, Chicago’s franchise quarterback continued his hot streak.Leming: Chicago Bears Week 6 game balls after heartbreaker in Miami - Windy City Gridiron - Despite the Bears 31-28 overtime loss to the Dolphins, we hand out worthy game balls for Week 6.Infante: Notes from a pathetic 31-28 overtime loss - Windy City Gridiron - The Bears lost to Brock Osweiler on Sunday.WCG CONTRIBUTORS BEARS PODCASTS & STREAMS2 Minute Drill - Website - iTunes - Andrew Link; Steven’s Streaming – Twitch – Steven Schweickert; T-Formation Conversation - Website - iTunes - Lester Wiltfong, Jr.; WCG Radio - Website - iTunes - Robert ZeglinskiTHE RULESWindy City Gridiron Community Guidelines - - We strive to make our communities open and inclusive to sports fans of all backgrounds. 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Chicago Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky will wear a protective sleeve on his throwing arm again Sunday against the Miami Dolphins.Why change up anything when you're hot?Coming off his biggest game in the NFL with six touchdown passes, Trubisky wants to begin achieving the consistency needed to keep the Bears (3-1) atop the NFC North."It definitely gave me confidence, but I think just looking back on it, it was just like any other win for the Bears," Trubisky said. "It's important. We got better that week. I felt like I got better that week in my growth and development."And this is a new week to continue to take another step and grow and get better."Trubisky had to laugh at fan suggestions that the protective arm sleeve he wore against Tampa Bay had anything to do with his 354-yard passing effort."I had a little cut on my arm a few weeks ago, and then it reopened in Arizona on the first drive and was just gushing everywhere," Trubisky said. "And I didn't want that to happen, and I covered it up (against Tampa Bay)."And then you play pretty well, some superstition, call it what you want. I also got a lot of threats (from fans) that I have to wear it. Yeah I'm going to keep it on. We'll see what the color is, but it feels comfortable, gives me a little more swag or whatever."Trubisky's passer rating vaulted from 77.8 to 101.6 after his big game. Until then, he'd never had more than two touchdown passes in a game. Now he's had a bye week to move on from the effort.Bears coach Matt Nagy anticipates Trubisky's head won't be turned by one week of success."When you have a good game, it naturally gives you confidence," Nagy said. "What you have to make sure you prevent is making sure that you (don't) get complacent with that and think it's just going to happen every week , because it's not."Nagy hopes Trubisky handles it like the Chiefs' Alex Smith did last year. When Nagy was Chiefs offensive coordinator, Smith went on from a big season-opening win over New England to have a strong, steady year."And that's a veteran quarterback that's been in the league for a long time and he knows how to handle that," Nagy said. "So I can use that to help Mitch in these situations. But the best part of all this is I don't really need to do that, because that's just who he is."Nagy said Trubisky rarely gets his head turned by success or failure anyway, and it apparently affects teammates."It's really impressive," tight end Trey Burton said. "It's one of the hardest things to do is focus on the next play, to not get too high or get too low on a past play. He does a great job with that and we all see it."It's one reason Nagy thinks Trubisky shrugged off his early struggles in the new Bears offense."So he's not going to change because he had one good game, he's going to try to continue to make that a consistent process," Nagy said.Trubisky thinks he has a predisposition toward consistency."One, I think it's part of my personality, and then two, it's kind of like practice 鈥?something I've done for a really long time, really remain the same person and same emotional level throughout the games," Trubisky said. "Never get too high, never get too low, being that even-keeled guy, just trying to convey to my teammates I'm always in control."If Trubisky needs a reminder of how difficult it can be for a quarterback Mitchell Trubisky Jersey , he's getting it from watching game films of the Dolphins this week.The Tampa Bay defense Trubisky beat badly is ranked last against the pass. But Miami leads the NFL in interceptions with 10, including three by cornerback Xavien Howard."Whether it's opportunistic or skill or whether it's a combination of both, they're around the football," Nagy said. "And to have 10 interceptions in this league, three by Howard, they're a good football team, a good defense, and they make plays."Dealing with success is something Trubisky and the Bears as a team could get used to."It's a whole new, different feeling, and for those of us who were here last year, especially for myself, it's so much better coming into the building, being excited about going to work, about practicing with these guys," Trubisky said. "Even in the film room and meetings, everyone is just that much more locked-in and loves what they do and is hungry to get better week after week."I guess that's a byproduct of winning, and it's something we just want to continue to keep going and keep growing and getting better."NOTES: Wide receiver Anthony Miller returned to full participation at practice Wednesday after missing the last game with a dislocated shoulder suffered Sept. 23 against Arizona. ... CB Prince Amukamara practiced on a limited basis after missing the Sept. 30 win over Tampa Bay. ... G Eric Kush was limited in practice due to a neck injury. ... CB Marcus Cooper missed practice due to a pulled hamstring.
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