Bears Expected to Fire John Fox

Janie Parker
January 1, 2018

Multiple outlets reported general manager Ryan Pace was expected to be retained - he was hired shortly after Fox arrived - and lead the search for a new coach. Teammates gathered on the other end of the white line - which blended in nicely with his road jersey - to hide the cornerback with about six minutes left in the first half Sunday. With the Patriots last season, Floyd said coach Bill Belichick gave his team only two days off during the bye. Only one of the past 10 Super Bowl teams played in the wild-card round. The goal is to make rookie quarterback Mitch Trubisky beat them. "Just letting the game slow down and just playing, instead of thinking".

"There are a few examples of that - like the Giants previous year", Newman said, referencing when several NY receivers were spotted partying in Miami the Monday before they lost to the Green Bay Packers in a Sunday wild-card game.

In what could have been the final game for coach John Fox, who's 14-34 in three seasons, the Bears didn't cross midfield until the fourth quarter and totaled only 30 yards rushing. The Vikings have even bigger fish to fry on Sunday, as they'll bid to secure a first-round bye with a victory over the visiting Bears at U.S. Bank Stadium. Fellow running back Latavius Murray stepped in for flashy rookie Dalvin Cook and had 12 carries for 31 yards before slowly taking the reins in the backfield. He jumped up and ran up the left sideline, absolutely untouched.

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The Bears pulled a pair of fast ones on the Vikings in their matchup earlier this season, when Benny Cunningham caught a pass from Pat O'Donnell on a fake punt for a 38-yard touchdown and Trubisky scored on a 2-point conversion play when the ball changed hands four times.

The Minnesota Vikings all-time single-season receiving list now goes like this: Cris Carter, Cris Carter, Randy Moss, Randy Moss, Cris Carter, Cris Carter, Adam Thielen, Cris Carter, Cris Carter. Jeremiah Sirles will likely start for Easton while Joe Berger will slide from right guard to center. Chicago was without regular offensive linemen Bobby Massie and Josh Sitton.

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