Tag: Mitch Trubisky

This week is beyond crucial for the Bears' momentum

This week is beyond crucial for the Bears' momentum
Back to back losses never help any cause in sports. The Bears opened the season with a whirlwind of emotions losing a close game in Green Bay. After that, the Matt Nagy led group rattled off three straight wins over Seattle, Arizona and Tampa Bay. Miami surprised them, winning in overtime two weeks ago and New... Read more »

The Bears have a huge chance to continue this progress

The Bears have a huge chance to continue this progress
Being 3-1 is certainly a strange feeling for the Chicago Bears organization and its fans. Take away a conservative half of football in the season opener against Green Bay and the Bears could easily be 4-0 and talked about as one of the league’s elites. That is quite astonishing since the Bears have won only... Read more »

Mitch Trubisky is making believers in everyone

Mitch Trubisky is making believers in everyone
Just a week ago, I came away thinking how uneven Mitch Trubisky played in Arizona and how much work he had to do to get better. Fast forward exactly a week and Trubisky has gone from an ordinary to one on the rise after a dazzling six touchdown performance in a 48-10 blowout win over Tampa Bay... Read more »
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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 »

3 Storylines to Watch: Bears vs. Broncos (Preseason)

3 Storylines to Watch: Bears vs. Broncos (Preseason)
This will be game No. 3 for the Matt Nagy led Bears. Expect to see the bigger names out on the field on Saturday night when the Bears take on the Broncos, a team they held joint practices with on Thursday and Friday in Denver. We didn’t learn much from the Baltimore Hall of Fame... Read more »

5 reasons to sit back and watch Bears-Lions in Week 15

5 reasons to sit back and watch Bears-Lions in Week 15
The Bears are off the board for Super Bowl 52, but these final three weeks of the regular season are crucial to many players and coaches. Last Sunday, we saw the Bears rookie class come together with Mitch Trubisky, Adam Shaheen, Tarik Cohen and Eddie Jackson all make impact plays in a 33-7 win over... Read more »
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Things to watch in the Bears' Week 12 road tilt in Philadelphia

Things to watch in the Bears' Week 12 road tilt in Philadelphia
The Philadelphia Eagles head into Week 12 red hot and the Bears are a team that is four games below .500 at 3-7. That being said, anything can happen from week to week in the NFL. The Eagles are 9-1 on the season with a perfect 5-0 showing at home. Carson Wentz and company average... Read more »

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 »

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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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 »