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The Bears defense has game-planning options Sunday at Arizona versus rookie quarterback Ryan Lindley. By showing different looks at the line of scrimmage, the Bears can roll the secondary, bring zone pressure and try to steal one in third-down passing...
Tags: Ryan Lindley, Andre Roberts, D.J. Moore, Corey Wootton, Football
Eagles InsidersObituaries this week: None The Graveyard: Life Support: 11) One more Saints loss or Seahawks win, and I'll finally feel comfortable shutting this team down. The Saints have dropped two straight games now, against the 49ers and Falcons. Before that,......
This might not be a full-blown disaster, but you can see it from here. The Chicago Bears let a rookie quarterback on one of the worst road teams in the league go 97 yards on 12 plays late in the fourth quarter to blow what should’ve been an easy...
Tags: Tim Jennings, Super Bowl, Seattle Seahawks, Football, Jay Cutler
As they sat at their lockers trying to comprehend how the defense imploded against the Seahawks, Bears defensive back Kelvin Hayden offered a few encouraging words to sulking safety Major Wright. "It's over, dog," Hayden said. "We'll be back." The Bears...
As a rule, the Bears' defensive scheme may be the most predictable in the NFL. But coordinator Rod Marinelli and the boys stepped out of character a bit Monday. They blitzed on nearly 23 percent of Tony Romo's dropbacks, mostly in the first half. It was...
He still looks like Cam Newton and moves like Cam Newton, but he's not playing like Cam Newton. At least not the Cam Newton who won the offensive rookie of the year award in 2011. So who is this guy wearing No. 1 for the Panthers? That would be a...
Tags: Sports, Greg Olsen, Chicago Bears, Ron Rivera, Carolina Panthers
SAN FRANCISCO — In 2009, the Cubs selected a strong, 6-foot-4-inch power pitcher named Colin Kaepernick in the 43rd round of the amateur baseball draft. So in some ways Kaepernick's right arm always seemed destined to disappoint Chicago one day....
There was thunder and lightning at Soldier Field on Thursday night, but none of it was created by big-name quarterbacks. You could understand why the Bears wanted to keep Jay Cutler in bubble wrap. Cutler had nothing to gain by playing Thursday. He...
The Bears will show some Cover-2 "deep" inside the red zone Thursday night, rushing four, dropping seven into coverage and trying to force the ball underneath to the flat. To counter that, Aaron Rodgers and the Packers will align players out of position...
The Bears are a 4-1 team, a good one that has produced expected results over the first five weeks of the season. Outside of the loss in Green Bay when the Bears suffered a complete offensive meltdown, Lovie Smith's team beat the Colts in Andrew Luck's...
Tags: Chris Conte, D.J. Moore, Tim Jennings, Dallas Cowboys, Football
You could make the argument that every one of us is in a race against time, but it might be a little more difficult to sustain that view of the Bears defense these days. From aging and slowing to experienced and eminent, the revival of the franchise's...
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...
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