Chicago Bears Vs. Oakland Raiders Recap
October 4, 2015
The Bears' Robbie Gould kicked a 49-yard field goal to beat the Raiders, giving Chicago its first win of the season. In a game where neither team scored after halftime, the Bears used a 371-243 advantage in offensive yards to overcome three turnovers. The Bears' Jay Cutler finished 28-of-43 for 281 yards and two touchdowns, while Matt Forte rushed for 91 yards on 25 carries. Forte has gained 367 yards on the season. Martellus Bennett was Cutler's most frequent target, with 11 receptions for 83 yards and a touchdown. For Oakland, Amari Cooper and Roy Helu each caught touchdown passes from Derek Carr.
Seattle Seahawks Vs. Chicago Bears Recap
September 27, 2015
In a game both teams needed, the Seahawks got a shutout from their defense to move to 1-2, while the Bears fell to 0-3 and look like one of the NFL's worst teams. The Seahawks' defense held the Bears to just 146 yards. With Jay Cutler injured, the Bears' Jimmy Clausen threw for just 63 yards on 9-of-17 passes. Seattle's Russell Wilson, meanwhile, was 20-for-30 for 235 yards and a touchdown. Seahawks running back Thomas Rawls ran for 104 yards on just 16 carries. The Seahawks got their biggest play on special teams with Tyler Lockett's 105-yard kickoff return, which opened the second half with a Seattle touchdown and appeared to demoralize the Bears.
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Chicago Bears Vs. Arizona Cardinals Recap
September 20, 2015
Arizona again showcased a strong offense under Carson Palmer, and the Cardinals scored seven touchdowns in a blowout win over the Bears at Soldier Field. Palmer completed 17-of-24 passes for 185 yards and four touchdowns. Larry Fitzgerald caught three of those touchdown passes and tallied 112 yards on nine receptions. Fitzgerald caught only two touchdown passes during the entire 2014 season. The Bears not only lost the game, they lose quarterback Jay Cutler to a pulled hamstring. With an 0-2 record and the prospect of starting Jimmy Clausen in Week 3, the Bears' season could hardly be off to a worse start. Arizona's David Johnson returned the Bears' opening kickoff 108 yards for a touchdown, setting the tone for the entire game.