‘Disappointed’ Campbell falls flat in first start as Bears QB
SAN FRANCISCO – It was a familiar scene at Candlestick Park on Monday night: Bears backup QB Jason Campbell walking to the sideline with a look of utter frustration.
Time and again, the Bears offense sputtered to three-and-outs behind a porous offensive live and errant throws from Campbell. The former first-round pick from Auburn stared down receivers, threw into double coverage and was indecisive in the pocket.
Filling in for the concussed Jay Cutler, Campbell led the team to just one score in a 32-7 loss to the San Francisco 49ers and finished the contest 14-of-22 passing for 107 yards with just five passing first downs. He even played a part in a fourth quarter safety after his third fumble of the night (though none were lost) and with the team in a big hole early, he was relied on more than planned.
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