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Flashback: Recent Week 10 Bears performances

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Alex Mayster

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By Alex Mayster

Take a quick stroll down memory lane with PFW for a recap of the Bears' Week 10 contests each of the last five seasons:

2009: QB Jay Cutler threw five interceptions in the Bears' 10-6 loss to the 49ers. PK Robbie Gould scored all of the Bears' points, going 2-for-2 on a pair of field goals from 50 and 38 yards. RB Matt Forté caught eight passes for 120 yards and added another 41 yards on the ground.

2008: After falling behind early, Tennessee scored three touchdowns to move past the Bears 21-14. Chicago scored first and last, but Kerry Collins' two TD passes and LenDale White's two-yard TD run proved to be too much. Forté caught a five-yard pass for the first TD, and Rex Grossman later scored a one-yard keeper. Forté was the Bears' top rusher and receiver, compiling 126 total yards.

2007: The Bears trailed 6-3 with less than four minutes to play against the Raiders, but things quickly changed. Grossman found WR Bernard Berrian on a 59-yard touchdown pass to give Chicago the lead, and the Bears added an insurance score on a three-yard rush from RB Cedric Benson in a 17-6 win.

2006: Chicago scored 28 second-half points in a 38-20 win over the Giants. Grossman had a pair of third-quarter touchdown passes, finding WR Muhsin Muhammad and TE Desmond Clark. Devin Hester tacked on six more points on a 108-yard return of a missed field goal, and RB Thomas Jones capped off his 113-yard day with a two-yard score.

2005: Before Hester did it in '06, CB Nathan Vasher had a 108-yard return of a missed field goal of his own in '05. The score helped the Bears beat the 49ers 17-9. RB Adrian Peterson scored Chicago's first offensive touchdown on a seven-yard run in the fourth quarter. San Francisco answered with a field goal to cut into Chicago's lead, but Gould knocked in a 37-yarder and the Bears held on.

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