Halas Hall is a little quieter today than yesterday, but both Brian Urlacher and Cedric Benson…
Halas Hall Report: Thursday
Urlacher not that impressed with last week's effort On paper, it appears that the Bears played very good defense in Week 2 against Kansas City: 281 yards allowed, 2.9 yards per rush, four sacks, two takeaways, and, most importantly, just 10 points on the scoreboard. All-Pro linebacker Brian Urlacher, however, didn't like some of the things he saw on film and believes that his unit left several big plays on the field this past Sunday. Losing tackle Dusty Dvoracek and safety Mike Brown for the year on injured reserve could certainly explain some of the dropoff from Week 1, although Urlacher believes both Darwin Walker and Danieal Manning played well after being elevated to the starting lineup. The 2005 Defensive Player of the Year knows they'll need a better effort against the Cowboys and their high-octane...
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