Kyle Long calls out the media after the Bears win

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There may be no more outspoken player in the Bears locker room than Kyle Long. The third year tackle has never shied away from speaking up about his team. Following their victory over St. Louis, Long wasn’t staying quiet.

As Long walked by the media on his way to the locker room, he asked them all a simple question; who picked the Bears?

For the record, the Sun-Times’ Rick Telander and Adam L. Jahns both picked the Bears to win in the expert picks on Saturday, but the sentiment was clear.

Long made waves over the weekend when he said the Bears would make a push for the playoffs. As outlandish as it sounded given the Bears 3-5 record, the Bears are now just two games out of the playoffs.

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