BEAR MARKET: What’s rising, falling in Week 6 vs. Giants

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BY PATRICK FINLEY / @patrickfinley


Takeaways: After failing to create a single turnover against the Saints on Sunday, the Bears intercepted Eli Manning on the Giants’ first two drives of the game.

Devin Hester: Set the Bears’ franchise record for career kick-return yards, surpassing Glyn Milburn, who had 4,596.

Tony Fiammetta: The fullback had his first catch of the season and took it 30 yards, setting up Brandon Marshall’s 10-yard touchdown catch.


Brandon Marshall’s wallet: In honor of mental-health awareness, Marshall wore lime green cleats, which draws an automatic fine. He said that he will match the fine in the form a donation to a charity that supports mental health.

Shea McClellin in a three-point stance: He continued to see more time as a stand-up pass rusher.

Defensive line: Allowed Giants running back Brandon Jacobs to gash them for 106 yards and two touchdowns.

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