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Tack Charles Tillman, Brandon Lloyd on to list of Bears' wounded

There are 9 comments on the Chicago Tribune story from Sep 29, 2008, titled Tack Charles Tillman, Brandon Lloyd on to list of Bears' wounded. In it, Chicago Tribune reports that:

The status of cornerback Charles Tillman and wide receiver Brandon Lloyd remains uncertain as the 2-2 Bears prepare to face their first NFC North opponent.

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Shoo

Chicago, IL

#1 Sep 30, 2008
"Rashied Davis appears to be over his case of the drops."??? Whaaat??? Because he caught the one pass thrown his way? You've got to be kidding me.
Eric

Pelham, AL

#2 Sep 30, 2008
Just one time in my life I'd like to see our defense stay 100% healthy all the way through the season. I swear, it's like every game I'm just waiting to see someone go down because it happens all the time. I don't know if it's bad luck or poor conditioning or what but it's getting a little ridiculous.
Susan

United States

#3 Sep 30, 2008
Rest up and take care of yourself, Peanut! You are very important to the defense, and my favorite Bear.
Damani

Schaumburg, IL

#4 Sep 30, 2008
Hopefully Lloyd and Tillman are not out for a extended period of time. They are both having good starts to the season and will be needed in the long run. Lloyd is on the verging of emerging as the #1 reciever on this team.
PCK

Sparta, WI

#5 Sep 30, 2008
I am torn. I cant decide whether Lovie is smart in keeping the extent of his players injuries close to the vest in the name of competitive edge, or if he is just plain paranoid. Any thoughts on that?
As for Rashied Davis, Vaughn, he is bad at football. Particularly, catching it. However, as usual, the Bears organization is going to try and turn lemons into lemonade on offense. Unfortunately, they continue to use hard sulfur water, and no sugar at the wide receiver position, giving its after taste a bitter flavor. Still, they have got to beat the Lions on Sunday in Detroit. The Lions swept the Bears last season. And that’s just plain unacceptable. If they lose Sunday, the famous Dennis Greene quote will flow freely.
GO BEARS!
PS- Yes I stated the Bears would get womped by the Eagles last week. I was wrong. That’s why I don’t gamble. Great game Bears. Way to go. No predictions this week. I just hope they can start a winning streak against the lowly Lions.
PCK

Sparta, WI

#6 Sep 30, 2008
I KEEP FORGETTING ABOUT THE TRIBUNES PUNCTUATION ISSUES. AFTER ALL, THEY ARE ONLY IN THE WORDS BUSINESS.
I am torn. I cant decide whether Lovie is smart in keeping the extent of his players injuries close to the vest in the name of competitive edge, or if he is just plain paranoid. Any thoughts on that?
As for Rashied Davis, Vaughn, he is bad at football. Particularly, catching it. However, as usual, the Bears organization is going to try and turn lemons into lemonade on offense. Unfortunately, they continue to use hard sulfur water, and no sugar at the wide receiver position, giving its after taste a bitter flavor. Still, they have got to beat the Lions on Sunday in Detroit. The Lions swept the Bears last season. And that is just plain unacceptable. If they lose Sunday, the famous Dennis Greene quote will flow freely.
GO BEARS!
PS- Yes I stated the Bears would get womped by the Eagles last week. I was wrong. That is why I do not gamble. Great game Bears. Way to go. No predictions this week. I just hope they can start a winning streak against the lowly Lions.
Get Real

Chesterfield, MO

#7 Sep 30, 2008
Please sit Harris, Lovie. He hasn't been playing well (his knee probably is really bothering him) and Sunday night was the best the Bears D-line looked all year. If it ain't broke...
George

Carol Stream, IL

#8 Sep 30, 2008
I have faith that Peanut and Lloyd will be ready for next week. Peanut's pretty tough. And Lloyd's injury didn't look to serious. Especially since he was walking without a limp on the sidelines. I can't say much for Harris tho. I'd rather we rest up and get close if not 100%. Because once hits the field, he needs to make plays and earn his pay.

GO BEARS!!! 2008 NFC NORTH CHAMPIONS!!!
Dave

Conrad, IA

#9 Sep 30, 2008
The games I think they're gonna win, they lose and the games I'm sure they're gonna lose they win. Now how do I convince myself that Detroit is an NFL powerhouse?

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