McCown would be in quite an interesting spot, going from UFL quarterback in 2010 to trying to win his first NFL game since 2007 – with a team he joined less than a month ago -, to sustain the Bears’ postseason hopes, to secure Jerry Angelo’s job, and maybe to secure Lovie Smith’s job as well.
The Bears are facing up against a fast, physical Seahawks defense at Soldier Field. With Caleb Hanie under center, the Bears defense – despite a lack of rest – held the Chiefs and Broncos to 10 points each in regulation and won neither game. Hanie has 0 TDs and 3 INTs the past two weeks and Bears Punter Adam Podlesh has punted 23 times during his three starts.
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