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Bears-Bengals injury report, Oct. 21

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No big surprises on the Wednesday injury report. Here is a look:

Bears

DT Tommie Harris, left knee, DNP-
RB Adrian Peterson, right knee, DNP-
LB Pisa Tinoisamoa, right knee, DNP-
S Josh Bullocks, ankle, LIM-
LB Hunter Hillenmeyer, ribs, LIM-
CB Corey Graham, ankle, LIM-
DL Israel Idonije, knee, LIM-

Bengals

DT Domato Peko, knee, DNP-
S Roy Williams, forearm, DNP-
OT Andre Smith, foot, LIM-
TE Dan Coats, shoulder, FULL-
DT Tank Johnson, foot, FULL-
RB Brian Leonard, groin, FULL-
DE Frostee Rucker, ankle, FULL-
DT Pat Sims, biceps, FULL-

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What's all the fuss about our O-line?? Who needs a run game? Just let Jay keep chucking the rock and all is well!! Forte is Rashaam Jr. anyway.

Well Hadji the reason you want a better O-Line is not only do they run block, but QB;s in general love it when they can pass block too. Its a lot easier to throw the ball when you have time. You did notice all the running Cutler was doing? You do know that he is not doing wind sprints to stay in shape in the middle of a game. I am pretty sure he would like a nice quite pocket to sit and and pick apart another team.

Hadji, hey haven't seen you in a while.

"Who needs a run game? Just let Jay keep chucking the rock and all is well!!"

Maybe that's why. Dude, have you ever heard of succesful offenses having balance?

Of course, you'll be on here tomorrow saying that wasn't really you who said what you said and then claim that someone has been stealing your name.

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