DETROIT — With the Bears and Lions around the corner, here’s a rundown of all the Sun-Times’ preview stories from this weekend:
• Here’s how the teams match up
• The Bears have kept distractions to a minimum, Mark Potash writes
• Adam Jahns says Marc Trestman won’t let Bears be complacent.
• I wrote about Nate Collins, the Bears’ starting DT who wears braces, designs clothes and can dunk
– In his playbook, Jahns tells us that Jay Cutler is holding his hands higher when he drops back
• Rick Morrissey wants Bears to make a believer out of him
• I wrote about the Bears’ goofy punt formation
• And here’s Four Downs with Mike Ditka.
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The victims included three 9-year-old children, the school’s top administrator, a substitute teacher and a custodian.
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