Kyle Orton played the first quarter and a little of the second.
He threw one interception and was 4/7 for 51 yards. The interception wasn’t his fault, because LT John St. Clair made a bad play and left Orton exposed.
Rex Grossman came in and played most of the 2nd quarter until the two minute warning.
He went 5/7 with one touchdown throw to Brandon Rideau and 59 yards.
Then Caleb Hanie got his shot to run the offense and looked good as well.
Hanie was 6/6, with 55 yards.
He also had a 23 yard touchdown pass to Mark Bradley taken away from him because of a holding call on 7th round pick Kirk Barton.
The game is 10-10 at the half, but Grossman and Hanie looked good helping the Bears tie it up.
The “other” Adrian Peterson (He had six carries for 36 yards)
Rex Grossman (He was 5/7 and lead the Bears to there only TD drive).
Caleb Hanie (He was a perfect 6/6 and looked good)
Brandon Rideau (He had two catches for 25 yards and a TD).
Mark Bradley (For a guy trying to find his groove after two knee surgeries, I think he did). He had five catches for 42 yards.
Brandon McGowan (He looks the real thing, whether he moves to nickel back or stays at safety, he makes the right moves).
Craig Steltz (He got beat a couple times and I haven’t seen look real good this preseason, he might still be injured or it might be Adam Archuleta’s jersey).
Corey Graham (He was supposedly getting a whole lot better, but I haven’t seen that this preseason and defiantly not tonight against the Browns).
Kevin Payne (For a guy, who was supposedly a big hitter, he looked real slow to the ball).
Brian Urlacher (He might still be hurt, because he is not the same old Urlacher anymore).
Hopefully the negatives must improve soon, because the Bears need everyone to contribute this season.
This has been Chicago Bear Report at halftime.