Posts tagged "NFC North Division"

A New Day Has Come!!!

Now that George has done what needed to be done today, I can now fully express myself regarding how George McCasky (in my personal opinion) has distinguished himself as the man-in-charge of the Chicago Bears. I had no doubt that George would see things in the way that many of us do as fans.  George is a... Read more »

"D" Comes Up Big In 2nd Road Win!

3 QB sacks, and 3 takeaways equal another sweet victory for the Bears in NJ last night.  Ryan Mundy’s game opening pic 6 got things off to a great start.  Thereafter the defense bent, but refuse to break.  Each time the Jets got into the red-zone, the defense hunkered down by either giving up just... Read more »

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 »
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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 »

Who We Thought They Were......

The debacle in Green Bay, the laugher at Lambeau, however you want to characterize it comes down to people being who we thought they were.  Those people are; J’Marcus Webb, Jay Cutler, Aaron Rodgers, and/or the Bears coaching staff. Now to put things into proper perspective, I don’t totally agree with some of the chatter... 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 »

Now There Are Two...

Jason Licht - NE Pats
The Bears have narrowed their GM search down to 2 finalists:  Phil Emery & Jason Licht Tonight, join Bill and I (for another session of “Chicago Bears Extra”) as we discuss this “Hot-Topic” and  breakdown season 2011, and the prospects for a better year in 2012. The Overall Show Agenda Will Be As Follows: Whose... Read more »

No Excuses For Hanie....

How do you go from being hailed as a national treasure after a strong “spirited” effort in a championship game, to an anxiety filled, and confident deficient QB who throws 6 pics and a QB rating of less than 50% in two games (reminiscent to the poor play of ex-Bear QB Rex Grossman).  To many... Read more »
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A Lions Loss On Thursday, Would Favor The Bears...

Thursday’s Thanksgiving contest between the Pack and Lions, can play a significant role in NFC Playoff picture.  With that said, a Packers victory (which is most likely to be the outcome), would favor our Bears in their push or an NFC Wild Card berth. We broke down each teams (the Pack & Lions) schedule, and... Read more »