Posts tagged "brandon marshall"
I’m not really mad about Trestman opting to kick a field goal on second down to end the game. Robbie Gould is usually money from any distance to win the game. He just missed. I’m more mad about the sequence of plays following the Khaseem Greene interception in the 4th quarter. After the McCown fumble,... Read more »
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 »
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 »
Admittedly, it’s been almost a couple months since I’ve posted anything. For one, I’ve been busy at work and at life and I honestly haven’t had much to say anything about the Bears.I had a “why the Bears are the best team in the NFL post” scheduled but then they lost to the Texans. I... Read more »
I rarely write anything with any analytic value and most of the time I write based on my passion for the beloved. Most of my posts are pro-Bears, no matter what they do, no matter how good or bad they are. After a rather senseless Twitter exchange (as most are) with a Lions fan, I... Read more »
Training Camp opens in two weeks and there’s more reason to be excited this year because Jay Cutler is back and is reunited with Brandon Marshall. The sky is the limit for these two as it was when they were coming into the league with the Broncos. Both are a little wiser and at the... Read more »
During the Bears interactive conference call with season ticket holders, there’s one thing that’s clear about Phil Emery. He has vision. Emery didn’t divulge too much information about what positions or players they were targeting on draft day but he did make it clear that he was looking for dynamic playmaking players to help the team win championships.... Read more »