Josh McCown Could End Up Seeing Action Against the Seahawks


The same weekend his undefeated alma mater Sam Houston St. won a spot in the FCS Championship, Chicago Bears QB Josh McCown could see his first NFL action since 2007.

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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