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Grizzly Bears and Teddy Bears from Thursday Night's Game

Who was the best and the worst from the Bears loss to Cleveland?



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    With their 13-10 loss to the Browns, the Bears ended the pre-season winless for the first time since 1998. Who played well and who didn't? Read on.

    Grizzlies: The Bears who struck fear into the hearts of opponents (or came close, anyway).

    Todd Collins: The back-up quarterback locked up the No. 2 spot with a solid performance, completing 10 of 15 passes for 139 yards, a touchdown and no interceptions. He didn't light up the sky with any long passes, but he kept the Bears in the game.

    RashiedDavis: He likely solidified his roster spot with his play, three catches for 65 yards.

    Kevin Malast: With the starting linebackers not playing, Malast was given a chance to shine. He took advantage of the opportunity, recording a sack, a fumble recovery and eight tackles.

    : The cute, cuddly Bears who opponents just picked up and snuggled.

    Garrett Wolfe: The Chicago native will likely be the odd running back out when the Bears cut down to the 53-man roster on Saturday. He gained zero yards on two carries, tripped on the opening kick-off return, and didn't do much to give the Bears a reason to keep him over Kahlil Bell.

    Brad Maynard: The special teams woes continued, with a Maynard punt getting blocked in the final minutes of the game. That set up the Browns in Bears territory, opening the door for the Browns to kick a game-winning field goal.