Chicago Bears Training Camp Recap 7/26 Robert Zeglinski

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was live on our Facebook page from Bourbonnais Cheap Tarik Cohen Jersey , where the Chicago Bears recently ended today’s practice, and he recapped what he witnessed along with The Bear Report’s Zack Pearson. Check out the video above (or click here to head over to our WCG Facebook page) for all the details. It was another beautiful day at Olivet Nazarene University, and it was another lively crowd on hand to take in the action. The defense was still more impressive than the offense, but that’s fine, that’s how it should be at this point in the offseason.Robert unloaded his full camp notebook from today with the Rock River Times. Even though the defense had the edge, there were still some impressive plays from the offense. Be sure you check out the Twitter feeds from our guys Robert and Andrew Link, who were both in attendance today. Andrew will also be sharing his camp notebook here on WCG today. Now for the players that were back at it, and to those that missed practice.Akiem Hicks, Kyle Long Cheap Roquan Smith Jersey , and Allen Robinson were all back practicing. Leonard Floyd practiced, but he was limited, and head coach Matt Nagy said it was just “precautionary.” Bears that missed today were inside linebackers Danny Trevathan, Joel Iyiegbuniwe and Roquan Smith (still holding out), outside linebackers Aaron Lynch and Kasim Edebali, corners Sherrick McManis, Kevin Toliver, and Rashard Fant, tight end Ben Braunecker Cheap Mitchell Trubisky Jersey , and offensive lineman Will Pericak.Windy City Gridiron picks Bears-Cardinals They are who we thought they were, and we let them off the hook. Any time the Bears play the Cardinals, that famous Dennis Green quote will forever live on. For the first time in three years while matching up against Chicago, perhaps the Cardinals are actually who we thought they were: one of the worst teams in the NFL. Though, for posterity’s sake, I guess you could still say that about the poor Bears offense led by Mitchell Trubisky for the time being. The Bears have the heavy advantage over Arizona at most every position. Whether they take advantage of it is a different story that still needs to be told. Here’s Windy City Gridiron’s staff picks for Bears-Cardinals.Robert Zeglinski: Bears 26 Cardinals 10The Cardinals might be the worst team in the NFL, and the Bears well, aren’t.Lester Wiltfong Jr.: Bears 23 Cardinals 10Matt Nagy reigns things in just a bit on offense, and they play more efficiently Youth Cody Parkey Jersey , but the defense will be who we thought they’d be.Aaron Leming: Bears 27 Cardinals 10The Bears’ elite defense against a struggling Cardinals team? Yeah, good luck with that Arizona. Jacob Infante: Bears 24 Cardinals 9The Bears defense has a field day with one of the worst offenses in the NFL.Sam Householder: Cardinals 6 Bears 3This is a trap game. The Bears aren’t good and I don’t trust them, even against a team that’s scored six total points this season.Jack Silverstein: Bears 30 Cardinals 14Jordan Howard’s big day (21 carries, 122 yards, two touchdowns) balances another dominant defensive drowning (six sacks, three takeaways, with Roquan Smith’s first interceptions).Ken Mitchell: Bears 24 Cardinals 17Under John Fox, the Bears were 1-8 in games they were favored by Las Vegas.This isn’t Fox’s team anymore. The Bears are a better football team than the Cardinals, and will find a way to win this road game. Andrew Link: Bears 31 Cardinals 3The offense takes another baby step and the secondary eats Sam Bradford’s Youth Eddie Goldman Jersey , then Mike Glennon’s lunch. E.J. Snyder: Bears 27 Cardinals 13The Cardinals quarterbacks have to be dreading this one after watching Chicago’s pass rush round into shape so quickly this season.Steven Schweickert: Bears 21 Cardinals 17I had to make sure Glennon wasn’t taking snaps. The kind of game a good team should destroy and not look back. Naturally, it’ll be closer than we want it to be.Erik Duerrwaechter: Bears 27 Cardinals 6 Trubisky takes a needed step forward, and the Bears defense feasts on a low-powered offense anchored by a suspect offensive line. Whiskey Ranger: Bears 27 Cardinals 6I’m not sure the Cardinals are even showing up for their games at this point, or if they are subcontracting local high school teams to play for them (I’m sure there’s an app for that).WCG Contributors: Jeff Berckes; Patti Curl; Eric Christopher Duerrwaechter; Kev H; Sam Householder; Jacob Infante; Aaron Lemming; Andrew Link; Ken Mitchell; Steven Schweickert; Jack Silverstein; EJ Snyder; Lester Wiltfong, Jr.; Robert Zeglinski; Like us on Facebook.

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