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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?



    Grizzly Bears and Teddy Bears from Thursday Night's Game
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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.