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2018 Schedule
3-2, 1st in NFC North
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Barnwell Show: Lindsay Jones & Matt Bowen

Bill is joined by Lindsay Jones of The Athletic to take a look at where things stand for the teams in the AFC West after the Chiefs' loss to the Patriots on SNF (0:56), including the Broncos (14:59), Raiders (25:47) and Chargers (35:29). Also, Matt Bowen of ESPN stops by to discuss the high level of play from the Bears' defense this season aside from Sunday's performance against the Dolphins and more (42:30).

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Trey Burton, Bears TE

David Kaplan talks with Bears TE Trey Burton following the Bears overtime loss to the Dolphins.

Trubisky has '100 percent trust' in coach Nagy (0:22)
Saturday calls out Bears' defense after OT loss (0:39)

Tristan H. Cockcroft ESPN Senior Writer 

Tarik Cohen, LaDainian Tomlinson (2003 Weeks 14-15) and David Johnson (2016 Weeks 12-13) are the only three RBs this century to have at least seven receptions and 90 receiving yards in consecutive games. Cohen is on pace for 67 receptions and a 5.3 yards-per-carry average.

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Sanders kicks FG as Dolphins rally past Bears 31-28 in OT

Jason Sanders kicked a 47-yard field goal on the final play of overtime after Cody Parkey missed a 53-yard try for the Chicago Bears, who blew an 11-point lead in the final 16 minutes of regulation and lost to the Miami Dolphins 31-28 Sunday.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

The Bears had plenty of chances to finish off the Dolphins, but costly mistakes and conservative play calling in overtime allowed Miami to escape with a 31-28 victory. The Bears turned the ball over twice, spoiling a good second half by quarterback Mitchell Trubisky, who passed for 316 yards and three touchdowns. This loss is a reality check for the Bears, who now sit at 3-2 on the year.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Bears cornerback Prince Amukamara is doubtful to return with hamstring injury.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Disappointing first half for the Bears, who trail the Dolphins 7-0, despite coming off a bye, and facing Miami's backup quarterback Brock Osweiler. The Bears have yet to sack Osweiler, who at 6-foot-7 is a big target in the pocket. But the more alarming issue for Chicago has been the offense. Coming off a six-touchdown performance vs. Tampa, Bears quarterback Mitchell Trubisky is just 9 of 14 for 89 yards. Trubisky looks off on most of his throws, and jittery in the pocket.

David Purdum ESPN Staff Writer 

Here is how the Bears-Dolphins point spread moved this week at the Westgate SuperBook in Las Vegas, with Miami QB Ryan Tannehill eventually being ruled out. Line archive courtesy of Don Best Sports.

Tannehill officially inactive for Week 6 (0:59)

David Purdum ESPN Staff Writer 

With Miami QB Ryan Tannehill ruled out, the point spread on the Dolphins-Bears game has grown to Chicago -7 at most sportsbooks.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Chicago Bears inactives vs. Miami: cornerback Marcus Cooper, fullback Michael Burton, linebacker Kylie Fitts, offensive lineman Rashaad Coward, offensive lineman Bryan Witzmann, wide receiver Javon Wims and defensive lineman Nick Williams.

Tannehill projecting as 'doubtful' to play vs. Bears (1:06)

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

The Bears do have history with Dolphins quarterback Brock Osweiler, who may start in place of Ryan Tannehill on Sunday, per ESPN's Adam Schefter. Osweiler made his first career start vs. the Bears on Nov. 22, 2015 as a member of the Denver Broncos, passing for 250 yards and 2 touchdowns. Osweiler then started the 2016 regular season opener against the Bears while with the Houston Texans. Osweiler is 2-0 lifetime vs. the Bears.

David Purdum ESPN Staff Writer 

The Dolphins-Bears point spread climbed to as high as Chicago -6 Sunday morning, with Miami QB Ryan Tannehill's status in question. The Bear opened as 2-point favorites. Tannehill was limited in practice Friday and was listed as questionable. The over/under, which opened as high as 43.5, was down to 41.5 Sunday morning.

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Dolphins' Tunsil (concussion) cleared to play

The Dolphins will have left tackle Laremy Tunsil back for Sunday's game against the Bears and Khalil Mack. Tunsil entered the concussion protocol after the Dolphins' loss to the Bengals but practiced this week and on Friday was cleared to play.

Jeff Dickerson ESPN Staff Writer 

Bears pass-rusher Khalil Mack on being recognized in Chicago vs. Oakland: "Come on man. Here in Chicago, it's real aggressive. It's real aggressive right here in Chicago. Yeah, everybody kind of recognizes you. It's a good feeling......I think it was just like, you know what I mean, it's not wide spread [in Oakland]. It wasn't too much. I mean, Oakland it was football love but it wasn't ... I don't know how to explain it."

Team Stats

Passing Yards236.222nd
Rushing Yards130.08th
Points For27.810th
Points Against19.24th

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