Posts in category "Bear Down"
Mayor Rahm Emanuel is exploring the idea of expanding Soldier Field’s seating capacity by 5,000 seats. It currently holds 61,500 and is the smallest stadium in the NFL despite Chicago being the second largest market in the league. While this is great news for Bears fans, I’m just wondering where they’ll fit the seats? Above... Read more »
There is the “The Most Interesting Man In The World”… and then there is Charles “Peanut” Tillman, the Walter Payton Man Of Year. Peanut was a finalist two times in three years and Tillman is the fifth Bears player to win the award. From the Chicago Tribune: Tillman created the Cornerstone Foundation in 2005 and has... Read more »
The Bears have 30 free agents (26 UFA, 2 RFA, 2 ERFA) to make decision on and are categorized below by probable (most likely to stay with the Bears), questionable (status depends on other factors), out (most likely done with the Bears). Name (position, free agent status, age, 2013 cap hit) Probable Jay Cutler (QB,... Read more »
With the season ending debacle, we’ll need to look forward to the offseason and wait and see what the Bears will do to solidify their roster for another run next season. Phil Emery has plenty of work ahead of him. He’ll have to use the same magic he used to rebuild the offense but this... Read more »
This is awesome! Bear Down!
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 »
If there’s is one thing to take away from from Marc Trestman’s post game press conference, it should be the phrase “keeping Cutler clean”. Trestman made it a priority to give Jay Cutler time to make plays, whether through the air or on the ground. The result? A come-from-behind victory over everyone’s “it” team and... Read more »
Before you call me crazy, ask yourself a couple questions: are the Bears more talented than last season? Do you think the offense is better than last season? Is the defense still pretty good? Most of you will answer yes to all of these questions. The Bears were a 10-6 last season, a record that... Read more »
When we talk about Jay Cutler, some of us throw around the “elite quarterback status” label. After all, Cutler has the tools to be one and he may even be more physically gifted than the quarterbacks we typically label an elite quarterback. First of all, we need to stop with the “elite quarterback” label when... Read more »
When Love Smith was around, he set forth three goals for the Bears. His first goal was to beat the Packers. He felt that the path to win the division, which was his second goal was through the Packers. While he was successful earlier in his tenure, the Packers got the best of the Bears... Read more »