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Bears coach John Fox says the media should stick to their 'hot dog-laden press box'

Fox didn't appreciate a reporter questioning Brian Hoyer's decision-making. The Chicago Bears have had quite the difficult season. They’re now 1-4 on the season after a road loss to the struggling Indianapolis Colts. On the final offensive play for the Bears, Brian Hoyer tried to hit Cameron Meredith on a fourth-and-8 from the Colts 28-yard line to no avail. While Meredith had a great day with nine catches for 130 yards and a touchdown, the Bears' No.
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