The Bears are like a bad soap opera

The Bears are like a bad soap opera
We’ve seen this episode before. A close game where the Bears are trailing and try to rally back. But then they choke. This week it came on a shanked Connor Barth 46-yard field goal that went so wide left it almost went into the tunnel where the players come out of. The Lions clipped the... Read more »

Week 11 NFL Power Rankings, Chicago Bears Edition

Week 11 NFL Power Rankings, Chicago Bears Edition
The Bears stunk it up in a 23-16 home loss to the Brett Hundley led Packers on Sunday. With that, here are the Week 11 NFL power rankings from various media outlets around the web: ESPN: 28 (Last week: 27) “The Bears have games against the 49ers and Browns on their remaining schedule, so there are... Read more »

The Bears will never succeed under John Fox

The Bears will never succeed under John Fox
Go ahead and make excuses. The Bears have a rookie quarterback, the pass catchers are unknowns, the offensive line is banged up, the defense isn’t consistent… The reality is that the Bears are a 3-6 football team under third-year head coach John Fox. The Fox coached Bears have won 12 games and have lost 29,... Read more »
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Week 10 NFL Power Rankings, Chicago Bears Edition

Week 10 NFL Power Rankings, Chicago Bears Edition
The Bears had the week off and now prepare for reeling Green Bay on Sunday. With that, here are the Week 10 NFL power rankings from various media outlets around the web: ESPN: 27 (Last week: 27) “The Bears haven’t seen a huge rise in these rankings since the start of the season, but they’ve performed... Read more »

Week 9 NFL Power Rankings, Chicago Bears Edition

Week 9 NFL Power Rankings, Chicago Bears Edition
The Bears played competitive football in New Orleans but a few slip-ups cost them in a 20-12 loss. With that, here are the Week 9 NFL power rankings from various media outlets around the web: ESPN: 27 (Last week: 23) “Outside of the running backs, the supporting cast surrounding Mitchell Trubisky on offense hasn’t been strong. Trubisky... Read more »

Dissecting the Bears' peculiar Week 8 loss in New Orleans

Dissecting the Bears' peculiar Week 8 loss in New Orleans
Watching the Bears play weekly continues to be the strangest thing. They have moments of great success and then just flat out bad lapses. Examples from Sunday’s 20-12 loss in New Orleans include an early offsides penalty by Kyle Fuller that led to four more New Orleans points and an ugly missed 48-yard field goal... Read more »
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Week 8 NFL Game Preview: Chicago Bears at New Orleans Saints

Week 8 NFL Game Preview: Chicago Bears at New Orleans Saints
The Chicago Bears and New Orleans Saints will meet Sunday with a lot on the line. Both teams are figuring things out at the right time. The Saints are winners of four straight after a 0-2 start to the season while the Bears sit at 3-4 following their first two-game winning streak since 2015. Quarterback... Read more »

The Bears take a flier on veteran WR Dontrelle Inman in trade

The Bears take a flier on veteran WR Dontrelle Inman in trade
Chicago Bears wide receivers have amassed 543 yards this season. The top three leaders in terms of receiving yards are tight end Zach Miller (236 yards), slot man Kendall Wright (236 yards) and versatile running back Tarik Cohen (228 yards). On Wednesday, the Bears made it clear they are not accepting non-existent play from their... Read more »

Week 8 NFL Power Rankings, Chicago Bears Edition

Week 8 NFL Power Rankings, Chicago Bears Edition
The Bears defense dominated once again in a 17-3 win against Carolina. With that, here are the Week 8 NFL power rankings from various media outlets around the web: ESPN: 24 (Last week: 28) “Mitchell Trubisky has completed a whopping 12 passes over the Bears’ two-game win streak. Chicago’s offense ranks worst in FPI. So while the... Read more »
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The Bears defense once again steps up in 17-3 win over Carolina

The Bears defense once again steps up in 17-3 win over Carolina
Five first downs, 156 total yards produced, 17 points scored, three turnovers forced, two defensive touchdowns and three points allowed. Those are just some of the numbers from the Bears’ 17-3 victory over the visiting Carolina Panthers on Sunday. Despite converting on only 2-of-11 third downs and possessing the ball for slightly over 21 minutes,... Read more »