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For the Bears, the 49ers can’t demolish Candlestick Park soon enough. In the last seven meetings between the two clubs at the stadium affectionately known as “The Stick,” the 49ers have laid the wood to the Bears, beating them by an average of 26.7
Share TweetSan Francisco 32, Chicago 7: In his first career start, Colin Kaepernick out-dueled Jason Campbell and it was not even close. Kaepernick had 243 yards and two touchdowns to Campbell's 107 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions. The usually sticky-fi…
Brandon Jacobs, both starting quarterbacks inactive tonightUpdated Nov 19, 2012 Share TweetIf Brandon Jacobs really does hate his boss, another game warming the bench is unlikely to change that. Jacobs, the 49ers running back who still hasn’t played this season, is inactive once again for tonight’s game against the Bears. As expected, bothSource: profootballtalk.comShare TweetConcussions will keep quarterbacks Jay Cutler and Alex Smith out of Monday night's Chicago Bears-San Francisco 49ers game. Both starters were injured last Sunday and have not been cleared to return to the lineup. Jason Campbell will start in place of Cu…
5 Teams Hanging Tough Without Their Star PlayersUpdated Nov 19, 2012 Share TweetThrough the first 20 days of the NBA’s regular season, injuries and setbacks have already occurred. Some, like Chicago, were injuries we already knew about; they would be without their former MVP, Derrick Rose, for a large portion of the season. Others,Source: dimemag.comShare TweetCHICAGO (AP) -- Right-hander Shawn Camp is staying with the Chicago Cubs, agreeing Monday to a $1.35 million, one-year contract.Share TweetWhen you think of the Bears, you think of Hall of Famer and ESPN analyst Mike Ditka. The coach stated Monday that he’s feeling pretty good just days after suffering a minor stroke. “I feel good. I felt good before I had this thing,” Ditka said on hiSource: bearsgab.com
NFC North Week 11 Quarterback Report, 1.0Updated Nov 19, 2012 Share TweetWith one team on a bye and another set to play Monday night, this Quarterback Report hits 50 percent of our targets. We don't control the schedule, however. We just play it. Look for a review of Chicago Bears quarterback Jason Campbell on Tuesday, proba…Source: ESPN.comShare TweetJosh Freeman wasn't perfect, but on Sunday he looked a lot like a recent Super Bowl winner, Peter King writes. He was just one QB who had an impact, good or bad, on Week 11.Source: CNNSI.com
BBAO: Down the stretch they come ...Updated Nov 19, 2012 Share TweetWe're Black and Blue All Over: DETROIT -- Well, lookie what we have here. The Green Bay Packers' winning streak, extended to five games by Sunday's 24-20 victory over the Detroit Lions, has pulled them within a half-game of the NFC North-leading Chicago…Source: ESPN.com
Week 11 MVPs: Schaub rebounds with a historic performanceUpdated Nov 19, 2012 Share TweetMatt Schaub, QB, Houston Texans: In his last three games before Sunday's matchup with the Jacksonville Jaguars -- games against the Baltimore Ravens, Buffalo Bills, and Chicago Bears -- Schaub had thrown for a total of five touchdowns. His one-score, tw…Source: yahoo.com
Chicago Bears vs. San Francisco 49ers highlightsNov 19The San Francisco 49ers receive a stellar performance from QB Colin Kaepernick and an impressive showing from their defense to defeat the Chicago Bears 32-7 on Monday night.
49ers Lead Bears At The HalfNov 19Tune to ESPN for live action.
49ers Lead Bears After 1st QuarterNov 19Tune to ESPN for live action.
Campbell Takes The LeadNov 19ESPN NFL analyst Ron Jaworski discusses the expectations for Jason Campbell's start on Monday Night Football.
Chicago Bears get reality check from San Francisco 49ersNov 19The Bears leave San Francisco -- as usual -- in crisis mode.
Peter King: QBs make their mark on eventful Week 11, for both good and badNov 19Eleven main characters from an eventful Week 11 that had its share of drama.