Bears Quiz, Part 5 of 10

June 25th, 2009 - 5:59 am

About a month ago, ChicagoBears.com wrote a Bears quiz and I referenced it in one of my blog posts. In that post, I also said I’d compile a quiz if I happened to get some time to do so this summer. As luck would have it, I had some spare time and managed to come up with 100 questions regarding the 2008 Bears season. I broke the quiz down into ten 10-question parts.

Here’s Part 5 of the quiz.

1. Which Bears linebacker had an interception in Week 3 against Tampa Bay? [ Reveal Answer ]

  1. Brian Urlacher
  2. Lance Briggs
  3. Hunter Hillenmeyer
  4. Nick Roach

2. Who led the Bears in both receptions and receiving yards in Week 4 against the Eagles? [ Reveal Answer ]

  1. Devin Hester
  2. Brandon Lloyd
  3. Matt Forte
  4. Greg Olsen

3. Which Bears defender intercepted Donovan McNabb in Week 4 against the Eagles? [ Reveal Answer ]

  1. Mike Brown
  2. Charles Tillman
  3. Kevin Payne
  4. Nathan Vasher

4. Which player had the lone sack for the defensive line in Week 4 against the Eagles? [ Reveal Answer ]

  1. Adewale Ogunleye
  2. Alex Brown
  3. Tommie Harris
  4. Israel Idonije

5. Who led the Bears in both receptions and receiving yards in Week 5 against the Lions? [ Reveal Answer ]

  1. Greg Olsen
  2. Rashied Davis
  3. Devin Hester
  4. Brandon Lloyd

6. How many passing yards did Kyle Orton record in Week 5 against the Lions? [ Reveal Answer ]

  1. 151
  2. 235
  3. 297
  4. 334

7. How many rushing yards did Matt Forte have against the Lions in Week 5? [ Reveal Answer ]

  1. 36
  2. 57
  3. 78
  4. 99

8. How many receiving yards did Roddy White have against the Bears in Week 6? [ Reveal Answer ]

  1. 27
  2. 58
  3. 79
  4. 112

9. How much time was left on the clock before Jason Elam’s game-winning field goal attempt in Week 6 against the Falcons? [ Reveal Answer ]

  1. :01
  2. :03
  3. :05
  4. :11

10. How long was Jason Elam’s game-winning field goal against the Bears in Week 6? [ Reveal Answer ]

  1. 35 yards
  2. 41 yards
  3. 48 yards
  4. 53 yards
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