After taking a cheap shot in the Lions game, Chicago Bears quarterback Jimmy Clausen was diagnosed with a concussion Sunday after experiencing delayed symptoms and has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Vikings. Now what?

According to myfoxchicago.com, Clausen suffered the injury after a hit that drew the unnecessary roughness penalty in the final Bears offensive drive the game on Sunday at Soldier Field. Clausen did not show signs of a concussion immediately after the hit or game.

After leaving the game, Clausen experienced delayed symptoms and contacted trainers. Clausen was taken to the hospital and diagnosed with a concussion.

The Bears are set to take on the Vikings Sunday at noon in Minnesota. Head Coach Mark Tressman has already stated Jay Cutler is the teams best option and will get the start this Sunday.

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Let's hope Jay Cutler has seen the light after the 'benching'.

For this Bears fan, the end of the season cannot come quick enough.

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