Chicago Bears lose their eighth consecutive in 35-13 loss to the Bison Bills in freezing windchill at Fighter Field

The sprinkling of Chicago Bears fans who actually remaining in the freezing windchill at Trooper Field as the clock tick down Saturday weren’t gift with a triumph.

The Bears safeguard had three action items yet additionally surrendered 254 surging yards, remembering three scores for the ground in the final part, in the Bills’ 35-13 triumph. It was the Bears’ eighth consecutive misfortune.

Seven days in the wake of hitting 1,000 hurrying yards for the season, he had seven conveys for only 11 yards. The Bears scored a score on their initial drive of the game yet overseen just two Cairo Santos field objectives after that.

The Bills rose up out of a 10-6 halftime shortage and scored two scores in the initial seven minutes of the second from last quarter.

Devin Singletary broke for a 33-yard score run, and quarterback Josh Allen hit Khalil Shakir for a two-point change pass on the first. James Cook controlled to the end zone on a 27-yard score run for a 21-10 lead.

In the middle between those two drives, Bills cornerback Dane Jackson constrained running back David Montgomery to bungle, and cautious tackle Tim Settle recuperated it at the Bears 35-yard line.

The Bears gathered some speed when linebacker Matt Adams constrained Gabe Davis to bobble and tenderfoot security Elijah Hicks recuperated it at the Bears 33-yard line.

In any case, the drive slowed down when Fields’ fourth-and-3 pass to Ryan Griffin went for just 2 yards.

Bears linebacker Nicholas Morrow got the ball back for the Bears when he captured Allen two plays later. Yet, the Bears made due with Santos’ 35-yard field objective.

Allen had a 4-yard score run and added a 13-yard score pass to Dawson Knox late in the final quarter.

True to form, the Bears will be without four vital starters as recipient Pursue Claypool (knee), collector Equanimeous St. Brown (blackout), left monitor Cody Whitehair (knee) and right watchman Teven Jenkins (neck) have all been announced inert. The Bears’ other inert players are tight end Trevon Wesco, protective lineman Angelo Blackson and quarterback Tim Boyle.

With Whitehair and Jenkins out, Larry Borom and Michael Schofield are suppos to begin the hostile line. This will be the eighth different beginning hostile line mix the Bears have utilized in 15 games this season.

The Bears are 6-4 in the 10 coldest games at Trooper Field since they moved there in 1971. Saturday’s down against Josh Allen and the Bison Bills could break that cold rundown.

The point spread — the Bills are lean toward by 9½ — figures to be higher than the temperature on the lakefront, which is estimate to be 8 degrees at the opening shot with a windchill of less 14. While the snow is suppos to be out of the area a long time before game time, the super virus will test even devoted fans’ grandiosity.

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