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Wednesday, August 28, 2002

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GOOD AS GOULD: Robbie Gould hits another one, this time from 45-yards out. He's third in FG accuracy all time. Bears 27, Jets 19 with 3:10 left in the 4th.


Marshall streak in jeopardy

Longest active streaks w/ at least 1 reception:

Larry Fitzgerald, 152
Wes Welker, 124
Reggie Wayne, 122
Andre Johnson, 121
Brandon Marshall, 117


Jets WR Eric Decker aggravated his hamstring injury and will be out for the rest of tonight's game against the Bears. Decker had one catch for 19 yards before leaving the game in the first half.

The Bears are all smiles as they take a 24-16 lead over the Jets into the fourth quarter on Monday Night Football.

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The Bears have eight takeaways over the first three games, three of those coming on picks from rookie Kyle Fuller.


Since 2012, Martellus Bennett has 10 touchdowns in Weeks 1-3 of the season, including this wide-open grab, his second TD of the night.


Martellus Bennett had seven catches and a TD in Game 1, eight catches and a TD in Game 2... and tonight already has four catches and TWO TDs. Bears lead the Jets 24-13.


Brandon Marshall is back in the game, and it looked like he had a touchdown... but the play was wiped out by a penalty on the Bears.


If the play is called correctly on the Bears' fumble, the Jets would be up. Instead the Bears lead 17-13 at the half. Complete Stats

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FUMBLE! Jay Cutler lost the ball on a sack, and the Jets picked it up and took it to the house... BUT the play was whistled dead on the field. The Jets got the ball upon review, but no TD.


Jeremy Kerley held on for the touchdown, but was the hit unnecessary roughness or just a clean hard hit? You be the judge.


Brandon Marshall has been downgraded to questionable (ankle).

Cutler's Dip Without Marshall

Jay Cutler is probably hoping Brandon Marshall can come back tonight.

Cutler With Marshall: 61.7% Comp pct, 7.1 Yds per att, 59.9 Total QBR
Without Marshall: 55.6% Comp pct, 6.5 Yds per att, 17.1 Total QBR

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Despite getting popped with what was flagged as an illegal hit, Jets WR Jeremy Kerley held on for New York's first TD of the game, cutting Chicago's lead to 17-13. Follow Live


Brandon Marshall is heading back to the Bears' locker room to get his right ankle checked out, and his return is officially listed as "probable."