Posts tagged "Bears Defense"

Bears "Must" Make Changes On Defense....

From what we have “seen” of this defense this year, it’s been relatively easy to conclude that this is the worst defense in Chicago Bears history.  Statically, this defense is dead last in defending the run and next to last in points allowed (along side Minnesota, and Washington).  Here’s the ugly truth, this is the... Read more »

What We Can Take From Pre-Season Game 1

Generally the first preseason doesn’t tell us anything regarding the kind of team we’ll see during the regular season.  What we can take a look at “individual efforts on the field by those players fighting for a roster spot on the team. There is however, one thing that we saw of which should give us... Read more »

This One Was On The Coaches.....

This game against the Seahawks was a clear reflection of just what we’ve been talking about here lately at CBE regarding the weakness in our coaching staff.  The O-Line played well enough to win holding Seattle to only one sack (the same defensive that dropped Aaron Rodgers 8 times in one half of play).  The... Read more »
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A Small Step In The Right Direction

As everyone reviewed this years schedule, it was a far-gone conclusion that the Bears would beat the Minnesota Vikings today. In fact, everyone also knew that the purple men’s early season promise would quickly turn to disappointment.  The only bright spot that remains is the continued improvement of RB Adrian Peterson who has shown an amazing... Read more »

O-Line Caves-In, But The Real Player-Makers Come Through....

In this game there was no doubt what-so-ever that nothing has changed regarding our offensive line.  In fact, Cutler got better blocking with help from TE’s and RB’s on blitz plays.  When Carolina rushed 4 down linemen (which they did most of the game) our 5 guys could not stop them which resulting in 6... Read more »

Bears Defense Comes Up Big In Monday Night Blowout

As we have seen many times before, the Bears seem to show up in big games against good teams. This time it was on the road against Tony Romo and the Dallas Cowboys on Monday Night Football. This game was significant from the standpoint of where the Dallas Cowboys stand statistically in the season at... Read more »
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When Was The Last Time We Saw Such An Offense...

Yes, I had to ask that loaded question.  Because the answer is 1986 (the after the Bears won SB XX).  In the 1986 opener, Chicago bum-rushed the Cleveland Browns in a 41-31 victory.  In the 1985 opener, the Bears put up 38 points in a come-from-behind win over the TB Bucs.  In both seasons, the... Read more »

Emery Continues To Add Depth To The Bears Roster

GM Phil Emery Is All Smiles
While some may be still reeling and confused by Phil Emery’s failure to draft an offense lineman during this years draft, it may be noteworthy to take into consideration just what He is really up to. I for one was initially disappointed when I discovered that Emery actually passed over offensive tackle Michael Adams from... Read more »

Bears Can Win With Hanie At The Helm

In the aftermath of Jay Cutler’s injury (which came near the end of the Bears triumph over the Chargers), many talking heads have been saying that the loss of JC is a “big-blow”.  This may be true on one side, but on the flip side of that same coin is the prospect of 2nd string... Read more »
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Cutler Sums It Up Accurately, Bears Coming Together As A Team

As the Kitties from the motor city continue to fall apart, the Bears continue to come together as a solid football team.  This was stated by Jay Cutler in the his post-game interviews, and was also a reflection on the scuffle that broke-out between DJ Moore and Matt Stafford. Even though I have been among... Read more »