LAKE FOREST, Ill. (AP) — Henry Melton figures he might have a few words for Sam Bradford when the Chicago Bears meet the St. Louis Rams on Sunday, and they probably won’t be nice.
It’s just a Texas-Oklahoma thing.
The former Longhorn says he’ll probably have something “dirty” to say to Bradford if he sacks him, and the way the Bears’ defensive line has been performing, he just might get to the quarterback.
A big concern when the season started, that unit is performing well so far. With Julius Peppers creating his usual havoc and other players stepping up, the Bears are tied for second in the NFL with eight sacks.
They got to Aaron Rodgers five times in last week’s loss at Green Bay after three against Indianapolis’ Andrew Luck.