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October 21, 2012 | By Jack M Silverstein, @readjack and For RedEye
That rumble you hear is Ndamukong Suh. The All-Pro defensive tackle is coming to Chicago, along with a nasty group of defensive linemen who include ends Cliff Avril and Kyle Vanden Bosch, and tackle Nick Fairley. All three non-Suhs have achieved some level of NFL success: Avril led the Lions in sacks last season and is doing it again, Fairly was a first-round draft pick last year, and Vanden Bosch is a three-time Pro Bowler. But none stirs the imagination like the 6-foot-4, 307-pound Suh, a man as acclaimed as he is notorious.
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September 26, 2013 | By Chris Sosa and RedEye
For all the adrenaline and testosterone crammed into an NFL season, football players can be awfully sedate. If the Bears are at all anxious to face Detroit and quarterback nightmare Ndamukong Suh on Sunday, they don't show it. Good luck getting players to admit this game is any more important than a ho-hum tilt against lowly Jacksonville, save for the all-important standings boost a victory would mean. "There's not some, 'Oh yeah, we're playing Detroit this week; we hate Detroit,' " third-year safety Anthony Walters said.
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November 10, 2011 | RedEye
Each week before the Bears game, RedEye's sports crew gets to the point. Here's what they see happening against Detroit.   Brian Moore, @redeyesportsguy Bears 26, Detroit 17 The Bears are no longer who we thought they were. They're even better than who we thought the Lions were.   Elliott Serrano, @geektome Bears 31, Detroit 10 As the Lions turn into wet tissue paper tigers.   Leo Ebersole, @sharkvshyena Bears 24, Detroit 17 Classic letdown scenario for the Lions, who will be looking past the Bears to the...
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October 21, 2012 | By Jack M Silverstein, @readjack and For RedEye
That rumble you hear is Ndamukong Suh. The All-Pro defensive tackle is coming to Chicago, along with a nasty group of defensive linemen who include ends Cliff Avril and Kyle Vanden Bosch, and tackle Nick Fairley. All three non-Suhs have achieved some level of NFL success: Avril led the Lions in sacks last season and is doing it again, Fairly was a first-round draft pick last year, and Vanden Bosch is a three-time Pro Bowler. But none stirs the imagination like the 6-foot-4, 307-pound Suh, a man as acclaimed as he is notorious.
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September 26, 2013 | By Chris Sosa and RedEye
For all the adrenaline and testosterone crammed into an NFL season, football players can be awfully sedate. If the Bears are at all anxious to face Detroit and quarterback nightmare Ndamukong Suh on Sunday, they don't show it. Good luck getting players to admit this game is any more important than a ho-hum tilt against lowly Jacksonville, save for the all-important standings boost a victory would mean. "There's not some, 'Oh yeah, we're playing Detroit this week; we hate Detroit,' " third-year safety Anthony Walters said.
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November 28, 2011
Leave your answer in the comments box, and you might find yourself in a future issue of RedEye.    1. What might happen if Kyle Orton starts against the Bears on Sunday? 2. How do Movember mustaches help the Blackhawks play on the ice? 3. Imagine the phone conversation between Ndamukong Suh and Roger Goodell. 4. Rumors have the Cubs going after Prince Fielder. What do you make of that? 5. Why are so many coaches losing their jobs this week?
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September 29, 2013 | RedEye
Filming for the new "Transformers" movie has been blowing up Chicago, much like the Bears had done for the first three weeks of the NFL season. On Sunday they put their undefeated record on the line in Detroit, home of automakers and star receiver Calvin "Megatron" Johnson. It didn't turn out well. Bad Jay Cutler showed up. So did big, bad Ndamukong Suh. Ditto for Reggie Bush. Add it up and it means the Bears lose 40-32, falling to 3-1 and into a tie with the Lions for the NFC North lead.
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November 28, 2011 | By Chris Sosa, RedEye
We're poised to learn a lot about the guy pulling the strings for the Bears. I'm not talking about Caleb Hanie and his mediocre quarterbacking skills. (He's a backup for a reason, people. A better-than-average backup capable of winning a few games, but a backup nonetheless.) No, I'm talking about Jerry Angelo. With Jay Cutler out, the home stretch of this season will be the general manager's saving grace or his last hurrah. A 7-4 record in a tepid NFC should be enough of a head start for a team with enough talent to make the playoffs.
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October 22, 2012 | RedEye
The Bears and Detroit Lions love to hate each other. The last time they faced off, the Lions' Ndamukong Suh ripped off Jay Cutler's helmet, Detroit's Nate Burleson shoved Tim Jennings out of bounds and Lions quarterback Matthew Stafford grabbed D.J. Moore by the helmet and threw him to the ground. The fact these teams dislike each other is nothing new, of course, and the stakes were high enough to keep things chippy Monday. The Bears were trying to hold on to first place in the NFC North, and the Lions were attempting to revive their playoff hopes.
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October 24, 2012 | By Jack M Silverstein and For RedEye
"If people could see him not just when the cameras are on, yeah, you'd see a different side of him. " That quote from Gabe Carimi came in late September after the loss to the Packers. I was gathering material for a column on what "Happy Jay Cutler" looked like, and Bear after Bear told me Cutler is absolutely a happy, jokey, light-hearted guy - just not always on the field, and not always with the media. Carimi's quote has been in my head for the past month, and during my time around the Bears I've begun to see Cutler's jokey side.
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November 10, 2011 | RedEye
Each week before the Bears game, RedEye's sports crew gets to the point. Here's what they see happening against Detroit.   Brian Moore, @redeyesportsguy Bears 26, Detroit 17 The Bears are no longer who we thought they were. They're even better than who we thought the Lions were.   Elliott Serrano, @geektome Bears 31, Detroit 10 As the Lions turn into wet tissue paper tigers.   Leo Ebersole, @sharkvshyena Bears 24, Detroit 17 Classic letdown scenario for the Lions, who will be looking past the Bears to the...
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September 9, 2013 | By Alex Quigley and For RedEye
The Bears' Week 1 win gave fans a lot to feel optimistic about. But how can we expect the remaining games to go? Thanks to a free weekend of NFL Sunday Ticket, I watched part or all of every Week 1 game. I'm not saying you should wager your hard-earned money based on this info. But you COULD. Sunday vs. Minnesota: The Bears should put 12 players "in the box" to stop Adrian Peterson. Sign a guy made of antimatter for the secondary to balance the numbers. Christian Ponder will have four turnovers.
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October 25, 2012 | By Jack M Silverstein and For RedEye
The last two Bears seasons have ended with Jay Cutler injured and the team going down in a blaze of backup QB ineptitude. Enter Jason Campbell. The eight-year veteran led Oakland to a 4-2 mark last year before breaking his collarbone; by the time he was back, his job belonged to Carson Palmer and he was in Chicago as Cutler's backup. Campbell was called in Monday for two series after Cutler's injury. He spoke with RedEye about the life of a backup quarterback.   Tell us then about that moment when Cutler went down.
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