Tag: Brian Urlacher and Lance Briggs

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 »

No Sacks + Bennett Back = Bears Defeat Eagles In Philly - The Story Behind The Story

TE Duo Of Kellen Davis & Matt Spaeth Celebrate After Spaeth's TD Catch On The Bears First Drive.
Once again Jay Cutler puts in another performance that further establishes his own arguments for being named among the “elite” QBs in the NFL.  The key was time…. The O-Line kept Cutler clean allowing+ no sacks in the entire game.  Good protection also allowed Jay to make all his throws, and the offense to convert... Read more »

Are The Bears Really That Good? Damn Right They Are!

All day long I heard the football talking-heads express their “stunned” reaction to the Bears lops-sided victory over last year’s number seed in the NFC the Atlanta Falcons.  All of the other blow-outs (Bills over the Chiefs, Ravens over the Steelers, and the Eagles Pounding of the Rams) were deemed as just another game.  The... Read more »

Notably; Taylor and Clark Cut, Sanzenbacher Stays

Dane Sanzenbacher, A Dynamic 3rd WR
With the final cuts all but completed, the Bears retained undrafted free agent WR Dane Sabzenbacher alone with 5 other URFAs.  As expected, both Chester Taylor and Desmond Clark were cut.  Taylor’s fate was pretty much sealed when Marion Barber put in two back-to-back strong performances during the pre-season.  Kahlil Bell also showed some flashes... Read more »

Why The Bears Should Trade Briggs NOW!!!!!

The real test for any one in a position of power, is how that individual response in pressing situations.  What we have here with Lance Briggs and his agent (Drew Rosenhaus) is an honest-to-god em-pass.   However, this was expected (especially when dealing with Rosenhaus). The question that now remains is “how will Jerry Angelo handle... Read more »

It Came Down To A Big Play On Defense, But For The Wrong Team...

Well Bear Fans, the “unthinkable” did happen at Soldiers Field today, but both team left it on the field.  Aaron Rodgers didn’t run-away with the game as most expected. In fact, Urlacher almost hung a pic-6 on Rodgers late in the 1st half.  If Urlacher had a bit more energy, he would stiff-armed Rodgers on... Read more »

Defense Does It's Job, Offense Doesn't Show Up.....

The Bear Defense stifled and frustrated the Cheese-Heads for the entire 1st half (setting us up for a 3rd quarter “blitz” like we’ve seen in recent victories).  Then in the 3rd quarter, Charles Tillman intercepts Aaron Rodgers and the Bears were in business in GB territory.  Then the “unthinkable” happens, Cutler’s “evil-twin” throws an interception... Read more »

Reports Say; Starters Will Play...

Cutler Continues To Establish Himself As A True Leader This morning ESPN reported that the Bears will “definitely” be playing their Hester, Forte, and Olson Could Be Key 2 Beating GB starters.  In fact, QB Jay Cutler expects to play the entire game.  So, with that being the case, I will only say this; if... Read more »

Jets In "Panic" Mode - May Play Sanchez With Severely Injured Shoulder

Sanchez may start this Sunday, But “time” is not on His side. Let’s be real folks, if the Jets are willing to play Sanchez with a “torn” cartilage Recent reports have left HC Ryan looking like a clown in his shoulder (against the team that may have ended Brett Farve’s career), then they must be... Read more »

Pats Remarkable Run Will End In Soldiers Fields....

Since literally getting their asses whipped in Cleveland, the New England Patriots have gone a tare of four straight wins.  During the four game rip, the Pats have all but man-handled some top defensive units along the way (the NY Jets, and the Pittsburgh Steelers). However, the game against Pittsburgh was more of a shoot-out... Read more »