Bears Bites: Bears’ Receivers Could Feast on Jets’ Secondary

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In this special Gameday edition of Bears Bites, we take a look at which players fans should keep an eye on Monday night, which Bears safety has locked up a spot in the lineup (assuming he’s healthy), and what Bears broadcaster Jeff Joniak sees as key to a victory over the New York Jets.

-We start out with John Mullin, who wrote an interesting article about how the Bears can potentially exploit the Jets’ secondary…..but there’s a bit of a catch. [CSN Chicago]

-Willie Young doesn’t get the number of snaps that guys like Lamarr Houston and Jared Allen do, but he’s making up for it with some huge impact plays in the pass rushing game. [Daily Herald]

-Who does the Chicago Bears Huddle crew have pegged to win on Monday Night Football? Check out their picks here. [Chicago Bears Huddle]

-Safety Chris Conte was the goat last season when the Bears lost to the Green Bay Packers in Week 17, but with two interceptions and some great coverage in the first two weeks, Conte is proving that he belongs in the team’s secondary on a full-time basis. [Chicago Sun-Times]

-What are Jeff Joniak’s keys to victory for the Bears this week? The Bears’ announcer gives his thoughts in this piece for CBS. [CBS Chicago]

-The 2008 NFL Draft class featured one of the deepest groups of running backs to ever be selected, and Matt Forte is near the top of the list in that accomplished group. [Chicago Tribune]

-Not interested in just having three or five keys to Monday night’s game? Brad Gagnon has you covered with 12 things to know about the contest.[CBS Sports]

-Adrian Peterson was inactive for the Minnesota Vikings this week, and his former teammate Jared Allen weighed in on the situation that the running back finds himself in. [ESPN Chicago]

-Finally, if you missed Sunday’s battle between the Seattle Seahawks and Denver Broncos, you missed quite a show in the Super Bowl rematch. [Shutdown Corner]

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