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Garza: "We need to turn things around"

The Chicago Bears have lost three of four contests, and will finish the season with three out of the final four on the road. If the club doesn't improve quickly, it will be a long offseason.

How frustrating was it for the Chicago Bears' offense not to have an opportunity to be on the field in overtime against the Seattle Seahawks? "Horrible," said Roberto Garza. "I hated to see Seattle drive down the field but not get the opportunity to come in and counter." In regulation time, all seemed lost for Chicago, going down by three points with less than a minute to play, until a...

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