The Bears offense might have been inconsistent in Sunday’s 24-21 win against the Bengals, but Matt Forte felt he got stronger as the game went on.
The running back had 50 rushing yards and 41 receiving yards against the Bengals. He pointed to Jay Cutler’s scrambling as an X-factor.
“We ran the ball, threw the ball, ran some screens,” he said.
“Sometimes we had to make a play.”
He said it felt good for the offense to pick up the defense — as opposed to recent years.
“it’s been strong defense, and try to hold on on offense,” he said.
Michael McClain and William Cousineau have a conversation, McClain says to “remember who our real client is.”
It’s been a week since Hughes pitched in a game.
A driver was allegedly speeding from a locksmith — and an unpaid bill — when he slammed into an SUV carrying Zainab, her husband, their son, his wife and their three children at Kimball and Peterson avenues Tuesday night.
Murphy, Seth Jones and Hawks coach Luke Richardson commented Thursday on the Hawks’ organizational decision not to wear Pride jerseys on Pride Night on Sunday.
Michael Madigan has a conversation with Daniel Montgomery, president of the Illinois Federation of Teachers.