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The Bears have been pretty good, probably better than most expected. But remaining as good as they have been won't be good enough. As the season moves on and the stakes get higher, the challenges will be steeper, and obstacles are sure to be placed in...
JACKSONVILLE, Fla. — Some worried the Bears were walking into a trap Sunday afternoon at EverBank Field, and the first half certainly resembled that. But a defense that has been playing as well as the Bears' was not going to be conquered by...
Who figured it would be this painful to watch the Bears' offense after the season-opener against the Colts? They looked like they could pass. They always could run the ball. All the toys worked. Then they couldn’t pass with any rhythm and couldn&...
Tags: Brandon Marshall, Football, Sports
The vision for this Bears offense was to be able to allow opposing defenses to pick their poison. That vision became reality in Jacksonville as the Bears were proficient at gashing the Jaguars with whatever the Jaguars concentrated the fewest resources...
Coach Lovie Smith is eager for the play of the offensive line not to be a headline, and quarterback Jay Cutler sure would like his sideline decorum to be a non-issue. But everyone associated with the offense was upbeat Wednesday as the Bears put Monday's...
The fallout from the NFL's "bounty" scandal is centered on the Saints with coach Sean Payton banned for the year, interim coach gone for six games and general manager Mickey Loomis out for eight weeks. The Saints — one of the hot picks to contend...
GREEN BAY — It's one thing to block the Colts, without Dwight Freeney and with the comforts of playing at home. It's quite another to block the Packers, with Clay Matthews and the thunder that some 70,000 lathered-up Cheesies can create. The...
Tribune reporterGREEN BAY -- The coaching adage is that a team is never as good as it might look in a victory and never as bad as it might appear in a defeat. Keeping that in mind, we’ll try to maintain perspective with 10 thoughts coming out of another ugly loss...
If the Bears had a sense of humor they would pass out 61,500 pairs of blue-and-orange 3-D glasses Sunday at Soldier Field to symbolize the new way of watching football in Chicago. Behold, Bears fans: Your team finally caught up to the modern NFL. But I...
Jay Cutler was speaking honestly. Maybe that’s why it was so jarring. On the first “Jay Day’’ of the regular season, Cutler stepped to the podium at Halas Hall on Wednesday and said, yeah, the Bears have all kinds of shiny new...
Tags: Lovie Smith, Football, Matt Forte, Jay Cutler, Chicago Bears
Tribune ReporterTen thoughts on the Chicago Bears after their 20-17 exhibition victory Friday night over the New York Giants in East Rutherford, N.J. 1. Lovie Smith always has said that it's hard to make final roster cuts, with plenty of hard decisions in the process....
Mike Tice could have used Sunday's post-practice media session as a forum to announce his starting left tackle. He didn't. Instead, the Bears offensive coordinator updated the state of the line, as a whole, coming off Friday's crucial third exhibition...
Tags: Michael Bush, Matt Forte, Jay Cutler, Mike Tice, Roberto Garza
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