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They said it: Bears-Broncos


Read what writers around the country are saying about the Bears following Sunday's 17-15 loss to the Denver Broncos at Soldier Field.

Associated Press
Comments: "The Bears got some starters back. They were still missing some of their top playmakers on offense." - Andrew Seligman | **Read more**

Comments: "Bears coach John Fox missed out on his chance to beat his old team, but Chicago keeps building credibility around the league. The Bears are a difficult team to knock out. But the absence of legitimate playmakers on offense proved too much for even the hard-working Bears to overcome." - Jeff Dickerson | **Read more**
Comments: "The Bears missed Alshon Jeffery, badly. The wideout's absence was especially noticeable in the red zone. Jay Cutler had a few chunk throws to Marquess Wilson behind Denver's secondary, but the Bears bogged down in the red zone." - Kevin Patra | **Read more**

Chicago Sun-Times
Comments: "The Bears' season-long tease couldn't reach .500, presenting the ultimate ultimatum: if the 4-6 Bears want to inch back into the outskirts of the playoff conversation, they'll have to beat the Packers at Lambeau Field on Thanksgiving night." - Patrick Finley | **Read more**

CSN Chicago
Comments: "Operating without both Alshon Jeffery and Eddie Royal for the second time this season was a major handicap for the offense in general and Jay Cutler in particular, with the Bears starting three tight ends (Martellus Bennett, Khari Lee, Zach Miller) for the third time in 10 games." - John Mullin | **Read more**

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