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Chicago Bears at Dallas Cowboys

Coming off the upset of the New England Patriots on Monday Night Football, the 3-4 Chicago Bears will have another road test on a short week when they face the 5-2 Dallas Cowboys on Sunday at AT&T Stadium in Arlington, Texas. Here’s what you need to know before it starts (noon, Fox-32).

When Tom Brady said earlier this month that there was a lot of “bad football” from what I’m watching, he probably had no idea his Tampa Bay Buccaneers would be evenly matched in the middle of this midseason debate.

The Buccaneers, who lost to the Baltimore Ravens 27-22 at home on Thursday night, were one of 15 teams to enter Week 8 at or within one game of .500, a large group of mediocrity that includes the Chicago Bears (3- 4), the Green Bay Packers (3-4) and both Super Bowl LVI participants — the Los Angeles Rams (3-3) and the Cincinnati Bengals (4-3).

That’s not an unusually large number of teams to hang around .500 after seven weeks. The average at this stage over the past decade is 13.2 teams with a high of 18 in 2017 and a low of 5 in 2020.

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Robert Quinn during a preseason game, Aug. 13, 2022, at Soldier Field.

General manager Ryan Powles took another major step in the Chicago Bears’ rebuild on Wednesday, trading quarterback Robert Quinn to the Philadelphia Eagles.

The Bears will receive a fourth-round draft pick and the 6-0 Eagles will acquire the veteran running back, who has 102 sacks in a 12-year NFL career. That includes a Bears-record 18½ sacks last season.

From the point of view of business, according to the Poles, the agreement “made too much sense.”

“This will allow us to continue to build a highly competitive roster,” he said.

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At least one school district that serves the site of Arlington International Raceway in Arlington Heights has warned the village of the need to create a tax-incentive district to help with the Chicago Bears’ proposed redevelopment plans for the site, including a new ballpark. NFL stadium – ’causes real concern,’ public records show.

Last year, the football team signed an agreement to buy the former Arlington Park International Raceway for $197 million. In September the bears revealed their plans for a mixed-use commercial and residential development next to a new domed stadium planned to be built on the former racetrack, although management stressed the plans were still preliminary.

Given the estimated $5 billion cost of the Bears’ project, Palatine School District 15 Superintendent Lori Heinz said the team or the village must contribute to help the school district respond to the increased student population and needs expected from the renovation.

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