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Chicago Bears: Offense is safer under Brian Hoyer, but end result is still the same

The Chicago Bears racked up 522 total yards of offense in Week 5, but lost to the Indianapolis Colts, 29-23, and dropped to 1-4 on the season. Despite outgaining the Colts (396 total yards) by 126 yards, the Bears were in the red zone only three times and left a lot of points on the […] The post Chicago Bears: Offense is safer under Brian Hoyer, but end result is still the same appeared first on EndZoneScore.
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