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Less than two minutes remained in the first half when the Bears took over on their on their 37-yard line, tied at 7-7. Then there was Jay Cutler, shaking his head, hands up in there air, look of exasperation on his face after throwing an interception...
Tags: Sports, Charles Tillman, Chicago Bears, Football, Alshon Jeffery
The last time the Bears were without Matt Forte, as they will be Sunday against the Rams, they went 1-3. "Forte is such a dynamic and versatile player who accounted for such a significant amount of the Bears production in the past that losing him will...
The popular joke when the Bears traded for Jay Cutler in 2009 was that they fleeced the Broncos by including two first-round draft picks because such selections were worthless in Chicago. The trade simply spared the Bears the indignity of making even more...
The more Bears receivers who go down with injuries and struggle to return, the more embarrassing Lovie Smith looks with his Kellen Davis nonsense. Truth is, even with a full complement of receivers, Smith looks embarrassing with his Davis nonsense....
Tags: Sports, Chicago Bears, Eric Weems, Minnesota Vikings, Football
The Bears didn't prove to be resourceful in the absence of Jay Cutler last season. Now, we'll see what the quarterback can do against the Vikings when mounting injuries could sideline as many as four starters for Sunday's game at Minnesota. Middle...
LONDON — In one of thousands of pubs across London, where surely tears mixed with laughter Friday night, they might say I was gobsmacked by the Olympic opening ceremony. In a more proper English teahouse, they might say I quite fancied that. All...
The Bears didn't need Jay Cutler to be on his game to win Sunday, and it's a good thing. Cutler usually is a pretty accurate passer, but his throws frequently were not where they should have been against the Rams. He completed 54.8 percent of his...
NASHVILLE, Tenn. — Somehow it was perfect that the number the Bears put on the scoreboard was the same as the one they retired in honor of Dick Butkus, the linebacker celebrated as the most feared man in football during his Hall of Fame career. A...
Minutes after Brandon Marshall said everyone involved with the Bears offense should be held accountable, he darted out of the Soldier Field locker room, leaving behind his sad-looking Charlie Brown Christmas tree. There will be no NFC North crown...
Tags: Casey Hayward, Mason Crosby, Matt Forte, Chicago Bears, Football
If the Bears are going to make the playoffs, or even win another game, it’s pretty basic: Their stars have to play like stars. I heard that idea from a hockey coach decades ago during the playoffs, except he phrased it, “Our best players...
Tags: Sports, Garmin Ltd., Matt Forte, Chicago Bears, Football
Going into Bears versus Texans, many thought the most important game within the game was the Bears offensive line against the Texans' pass rush. Well, a review of the tape shows the Bears won that battle convincingly but still lost the war. Give...
The Baltimore SunAfter watching Wilde Lake lineman Moise Larose dominate both sides of the ball against Reservoir, Maryland coach Randy Edsall walked down from the stands and posed a simple question to Wildecats coach Michael Harrison. “Coach Edsall’s...
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