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SAN FRANCISCO (1-10) at CHICAGO (2-9)Sunday, 1 p.m. ET, FoxOPENING LINE -- Bears by 4RECORD VS. SPREAD -- San Francisco 2-8-1, Chicago 4-7SERIES RECORD -- 49ers lead 33-30-1LAST MEETING -- 49ers beat Bears 26-20, OT, Dec. 6, 2015LAST WEEK -- 49ers lost to Dolphins 31-24; Bears lost to Titans 27-21AP PRO32 RANKING -- 49ers No. 31, Bears No. 2949ers OFFENSE -- OVERALL (28), RUSH (4), PASS (30)49ers DEFENSE -- OVERALL (32), RUSH (32), PASS (15)BEARS OFFENSE -- OVERALL (16), RUSH (21), PASS (15)BEARS DEFENSE -- OVERALL (11), RUSH (18), PASS (12)STREAKS, STATS AND NOTES -San Francisco has dropped franchise-record 10 straight since season-opening 28-0 win over Los Angeles. ... 49ers practiced in Orlando this week after losing at Miami. ... San Francisco is allowing league-high 31.3 points per game. ... QB Colin Kaepernick has completed 59.3 percent of passes for 1,110 yards, eight TDs, two interceptions and 96 rating over past four games. Has also rushed for 223 yards in that span, averaging 7.7 yards per carry. ... WR Torrey Smith aiming for third straight game against Chicago with TD catch. ... RB Carlos Hyde had 95 yards from scrimmage (65 rushing, 30 receiving) and TD catch last week. ... Bears rank 31st in NFL in scoring at 16.2 points per game. ... Chicago has eight takeaways, tied for leagues second-lowest total. ... Bears dropped 10 passes last week, including one by WR Josh Bellamy in end zone in final minute. ... QB Matt Barkley threw for career-high 316 yards, three TDs in first career start with Jay Cutler sidelined by right shoulder injury. Barkley was drafted by Philadelphia in 2013 when Chip Kelly was Eagles coach. ... WR Marquess Wilson set career highs with eight catches for 125 yards last week. ... WR Alshon Jeffery and LB Jerrell Freeman are serving four-game suspensions for violating NFLs PED policy. Jeffery will miss his third game and Freeman his second. ... 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Ticats QB Jeremiah Masoli scored on a one-yard run 1:13 into the fourth quarter to put Hamilton up 33-12 in front of a Percival Molson Stadium crowd of 20,174. Porter threw a pair of touchdown passes as Montreal mounted a comeback bid. The former Ticats quarterback connected with Kenny Stafford on a 75-yard touchdown 3:04 into the fourth to draw the Alouettes within 33-19. Porter also threw a 20-yard touchdown to Tyron Carrier at 10:34. "We knew it just takes a couple of big plays like that and things can change, but I just wish we could have kept more going at the end there," said Porter, who spent the last five seasons with Hamilton. "We just ran out of time." Brett Lauther kicked a 14-yard field goal for the Tiger-Cats in the third quarter after Hamilton conceded a safety. As happy as he was about his teams effort, Austin saw plenty of areas of the Ticats game that he wants to improve. "Weve got to clean up a lot of things," said Austin, who coached Cornell for the last two seasons after spending two years as the offensive co-ordinator at the University of Mississippi, his alma mater. "Too many penalties, especially on special teams. Weve got to eliminate some of those mistakes, and we will. Well be better with our assignments next week." LeFevour completed 10-of-19 passes for 149 yards in the first half. "I thought we moved the ball pretty well," LeFevour said. "We moved the ball consistently. There were no real two-and-outs, not a lot of them, and just making plays and at least giving ourselves an opportunity to score." Masoli completed 5-of-10 attempts for 82 yarrds.dddddddddddd Brian Brohm also went 5 for 10, for 110 yards, including a 38-yard pass to Eric McCree on a drive that led to Lauthers field goal that made it 26-12. Chris Jennings scored a touchdown on a one-yard run as the Alouettes took a 7-0 lead 2:28 into the game, which marked Montreal head coach Dan Hawkins pro coaching debut. The veteran U.S. college coach replaced Marc Trestman, who left Montreal to become the Chicago Bears head coach. Hawkins, who spent the last two years as an ESPN college football analyst, coached Boise State to a 53-11 mark from 2001-05. He also coached Willamette and Colorado and has a 112-61-1 coaching record in the college ranks. "He was great," Porter said. "Hes got a great attitude and he kept a positive attitude. Even when we were down hes not getting on guys and as pros we really appreciate that." There was a long delay, 9:31 into the second, after Montreal receiver David Clowney was injured on a helmet-to-helmet hit while he was blocking. Players from both teams kneeled on the field and sidelines while Clowney was attended to by medical staff as he lay on the field. Clowney was placed on a spinal board and his neck was immobilized with a cervical collar before he was carried off the field. Hawkins could not describe Clowneys injury and had no update on his condition. Anthony Calvillo completed a 50-yard pass to Jamel Richardson on the Alouettes first play from scrimmage. The 40-year-old quarterback guided Montreal through its first offensive series, a five-play touchdown drive capped by Jennings one-yard plunge. Josh Neiswander came in for Calvillo on the Alouettes second offensive series. He completed 8-of-23 pass attempts for 99 yards in the first half, including a 23-yard catch by Wallace Wright. "Were trying to get a look at a lot of guys," Hawkins said. "I thought they competed well, which was great. I thought their spirit was great. You know, the first unit, they were awesome. They came out and started fast so I give them a lot of credit for their mentality of coming out of the gate and getting after it." Porter ran the Als offence for most of the second half. He completed 8-of-17 pass attempts for 178 yards, taking over after Tanner Marsh guided Montreal through its first two series of the third quarter. ' ' ' 
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