Chicago Tribune: Rashied Davis didn't hide his frustrat...

Chicago Tribune: Rashied Davis didn't hide his frustration leading
into Monday night's game as criticism of his play mounted. Imagine
how the Bears' WR feels now after being benched. Davis, who
entered the game with a team-high seven drops, was replaced in the
starting lineup by Brandon Lloyd. Davis had started the previous 5
games and 12 of the team's 14. Rookie Earl Bennett entered
Monday's game as the 3rd WR on the Bears' first series. Marty Booker was the 4th WR to see the field after missing the last game
with a rib injury. Davis stood on the sideline the 1st half,
removing his parka just for special teams assignments. The shakeup
was easy to understand: Bears WRs entered the game 29th in the
league in receptions with 111 and 27th in receiving yards with
1,503."We shook it up a little bit," OC Ron Turner said. "Marty
was still banged up a little bit with his ribs. The biggest thing
was getting Earl in there... Rashied is a great competitor, and
he's not happy with the way he's played, but he'll work his way
out of it. He's a team guy."

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Filed Under: 2010, Preseason

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