Penalties pile up for Bears
LAKE FOREST – A bye this weekend offers the Bears an opportunity to take a timeout.
That means no diving catches. No crunching hits. And, finally, no penalty flags.
Despite a 4-1 record and a share of first place in the NFC North, the Bears have committed 37 penalties, which is tied for sixth most in the NFL. That equals an average of 7.4 penalties a game and puts them on pace to draw 118 penalties during the course of the regular season.
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