Bears enter division round with no injuries

If the Bears lose to the Seahawks on Sunday, they won’t be able to blame it on injuries.

No names appear on their final injury report in advance of the division-round contest against the Seahawks.

Linebacker Pisa Tinoisamoa missed practice on Thursday with a knee injury, but he wasn’t listed at all on Friday’s report.  Vaughn McClure of the Chicago Tribune reports that Tinoisamoa will start on Sunday.

For the Seahawks, linebacker Lofa Tatupu is questionable with a head injury.  Center Chris White is officially probable after missing Friday’s practice for non-injury reasons.

21 responses to “Bears enter division round with no injuries

  1. I wonder if the “12th man” is on the injury report for Seattle. The Seahawks haven’t been getting much done with just the 11 on the field.

  2. As a Viking fanatic I may go to Hell for saying this but I want a Chicago-Green Bay NFCCG. I believe true fans should have loyalty to their division and conference. Let the North rise to be the best division in the NFC for years!

  3. saberstud75 says:

    I wonder if the “12th man” is on the injury report for Seattle. The Seahawks haven’t been getting much done with just the 11 on the field.

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    Except in Chicago in week 6

  4. Its the Vikings and Packers that use injuries as an excuse fr losses. Lovie simply says they were outplayed or beaten, takes his lumps like a man.

  5. Lofa Tatupu practice today ..must pass concussion test..He is a gamer like his father Mosi Tatupu was R.I.P.

  6. For you Cutler dislikers, he frankly doesn’t give a hoot about you or the media, nor do I care if he does….just win baby, isn’t that what it’s all about?

  7. bigbear12 says:
    Jan 14, 2011 6:39 PM
    Its the Vikings and Packers that use injuries as an excuse fr losses. Lovie simply says they were outplayed or beaten, takes his lumps like a man.
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    Quote one press-conference THIS YEAR where Mike McCarthy, Ted Thompson or any players mentioned injuries as an excuse.

    Since you mentioned Lovie specifically in your statement, let’s be clear here that we’re not talking fans or members of the media. I want quotes from actual team representatives saying injuries are why we lost.

    Take your time. I’ll wait.

  8. bigbear12 says: Jan 14, 2011 6:39 PM

    Its the Vikings and Packers that use injuries as an excuse fr losses. Lovie simply says they were outplayed or beaten, takes his lumps like a man.

    It’s easy to say that when nobody for the Bears is injured. The Packers have consistently stated that they are proud of the way their depth has stepped up and played well. I don’t think that sounds like making excuses.

    Also, It’s a good thing the Bears didn’t rest their starters against the Packers on Week 17. It would have been a waste, since they’re healthy now. Plus, we got to see the Packers win that game instead of seeing the Bears lose it.

  9. Bears special teams win this one, which great field position for Cutler and the offense.

    Peppers, monster game.

    Packers do Bears a huge favor and beat Atlanta.
    Bears, Packer rematch, at Solider Field. Bears take rubber game.

    Bears – Ravens Superbowl

  10. @youbetcha You are a DIMWIT. The League REQUIRES that these injury reports be made. A team has no say in the matter. The biggest reason is to keep gamblers from getting inside information. If a team does not properly list a player’s injuries the sanctions are extremely harsh.

    Stop being stupid. It won’t hurt.

  11. Bears special teams win this one, which great field position for Cutler and the offense.

    Peppers, monster game.

    Packers do Bears a huge favor and beat Atlanta.
    Bears, Packer rematch, at Solider Field. Bears take rubber game.

    Bears – Ravens Superbowl

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