Archive for October 2013

Cutler aiming for an early return

All is not lost Bears fans. After the initial four-week prognosis, Jay Cutler is aiming to return before then. Brandon Marshall eluded to this last week but Marc Trestman cautioned against an early return. Bears have a tough game against the Packers at Lambeau, then at home against the Ravens. Cutler could be back in... Read more »

Cutler and Briggs out but the season isn't over

Marc Trestman has stressed the “next man up” mentality of this football team. First Kelvin Hayden in the preseason. Then Henry Melton, then Nate Collins and D.J. Williams. Now Jay Cutler and Lance Briggs. Today’s news disappointed Bears fans, some even declaring the season over… well, the season isn’t over and Cutler and Briggs are... Read more »

Next man up, Jon Bostic

Henry Melton, IR. Next man up, Nate Collins, ditto. D.J. Williams. He gone. Next man up, Jon Bostic. Bostic made quite an impression on the 4th Phase during the preseason. Fans wanted him to start probably for a couple reasons. He played well enough to earn the starting job and fans may have wanted to... Read more »
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Bears win against the Giants is a win

Don’t get me wrong. I’m happy the Bears are 4-2 sitting atop of the NFC North after the Lions lose to the AFC North leading Browns. You might not be impressed with how the Bears seemingly squeaked by the Giants but make not mistake about it, a win is a win. The Giants have historically... Read more »

Meet Martellus Bennett at Verizon Wireless in Chicago

I am proud to announce that I’ve been chosen to be a part of the Verizon Fan Voices program for this season. As a diehard Bears fan who loves gadgets and technology, this was an absolute no-brainer. I was provided with a Droid Maxx and its 48 hour battery which will outlast all the tweets... Read more »
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