Bears don't figure to have another meaningless fourth quarter against Ducks
By Jay Heater
Beegun probably would have said something nice about somebody else, but he was on the bus. The point being that
On third-and-long in the first quarter, Longshore took a tremendous shot from linebacker Derrick Doggett just as he let go of the ball, which sailed precisely into the hands of Lavelle Hawkins for a first down. "He saw (Doggett) coming all the way," Tedford said. "Nate is doing a nice job of keeping his eyes down the field." He kept his eyes down the field even though Doggett was about to clobber him. That willingness to take a massive lump for the team goes a long way in the locker room. "It's awesome to see," Robertson said. "It makes the whole offense perform better." It's also the kind of bravado that spreads confidence throughout the ranks. "Our deal is that we can't be stopped,"