Archive for September 2018

Dissecting the Bears' 24-17 win over Seattle in Week 2

Dissecting the Bears' 24-17 win over Seattle in Week 2
The Bears’ defense is for real. Vic Fangio’s deep and athletic group led by All-Pro Khalil Mack made Russell Wilson look pretty ordinary all night long. The Bears’ defense recorded six sacks, eight quarterback hits, an interception, a forced fumble and a fumble recovery. Five of those sacks came in the first half alone as... Read more »

Week 2 Game Preview: Seattle Seahawks at Chicago Bears

Week 2 Game Preview: Seattle Seahawks at Chicago Bears
The Bears certainly don’t want to remember the last time they squared off with the Seattle Seahawks. In John Fox’s first season in charge (2015), he was forced to trot out Jimmy Clausen under center in a Week 3 tilt in Seattle. The result was a 26-0 Seattle shutout win as Clausen completed just 9-of-17... Read more »

Matt Nagy is to blame for the Week 1 loss, no one else

Matt Nagy is to blame for the Week 1 loss, no one else
Go ahead and hold the Bears’ players accountable for the 24-23 season opening loss on Sunday night in Green Bay. The blame can fall on them, but for the most part, it shouldn’t. I know Dion Sims (he failed to convert a key 3rd and 1 in Packers territory early in the fourth quarter), Kyle... Read more »
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Week 1 Game Preview: Chicago Bears vs Green Bay Packers

Week 1 Game Preview: Chicago Bears vs Green Bay Packers
The wait is over Bears fans. On Sunday night, the NFL’s biggest rivalry will play its 197th matchup. Dating back to 1921, the Green Bay Packers own a 96-94-6 edge over the Bears. Green Bay has dominated the series as of late winning four straight and 14 of the last 16 meetings. A lot of... Read more »

The Bears make a bold move by acquiring pass rusher Khalil Mack via trade

The Bears make a bold move by acquiring pass rusher Khalil Mack via trade
Under general manager Ryan Pace, the Bears are much smarter and willing to make their team better. We’ve seen it with the young general manager in the past. On Saturday morning, he made¬†arguably his biggest move yet in three years by trading for outside linebacker Khalil Mack. First reported by ESPN’s Adam Schefter, the Bears... Read more »