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Angelo will have to emphasize roster changes

Angelo will have to emphasize roster changes
I hate to write posts about what needs to happen in the off season while this season is still going on but with the Bears having less than a 5 percent chance of making the playoffs, it’s hard resist. The free fall has everyone on edge, including the most optimistic and hopeful. With rumors swirling around Jerry... Read more »

#4thPhase Tweets: Bears win fifth in a row but lose at the same time

#4thPhase Tweets: Bears win fifth in a row but lose at the same time
The Bears beat the Chargers for their fifth straight, the first time since the 2005. While we should be celebrating, many of us are panicking because Jay Cutler could be out for the rest of the regular season. If he can’t go, I’m confident in Caleb Hanie. Hanie showed us something last season against the... Read more »

#4thPhase Tweets: Bears tame the dirtiest team in the league

#4thPhase Tweets: Bears tame the dirtiest team in the league
In their last meeting, the Lions beat the Bears at Ford Field. Despite being pressured the entire night, Jay Cutler played (arguably) his best game of the season. While his numbers didn’t necessarily jump out, he kept the Bears in the ballgame. The problem that night was the defense couldn’t limit the big plays from... Read more »
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#4thPhase Tweets: Bears ground the Eagles

#4thPhase Tweets: Bears ground the Eagles
Coming into the game, the Bears were 8 point underdogs. Talk about a lack of respect. Not one columnist from the Chicago Tribune picked the Bears to win. On ESPN, only Coach Ditka picked the Bears. This game was not as close as the 30-24 suggests. No one respects this team and gives them credit.... Read more »

Bears convert on third downs, protect Cutler in loss

The Bears' offensive line continues to progress. This offense is only as good as they are.
The Bears lose to the Titans but who cares? The offense looked good. The defensive line showed their depth. Matt Forte continues to prove that he’s deserves to get paid. 1st Phase The first team offense converted 5-of-7 on third down. The offensive line protected Jay Cutler as he threw for 171 yards and was... Read more »

Martz: Bears receivers will be the strength of this team

A couple weeks ago, Mike Martz praised Jay Cutler and how he was an intelligent player and his intelligence can be intimidating. In a recent story on ChicagoBears.com, Martz says that he sees the receivers as the strength of the team. He continued on to say: “You can put that in granite. I can promise you that... Read more »
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Bears continue their busy offseason... Pack your bags Gabriel

This past Tuesday, the Bears fired Greg Gabriel, the director of college scouting. His job description was to schedule scouting visits, coordinate scouting meetings, evaluate collegiate players and play a major role in the development of the Bears draft plan. Bottom line… find the best players to draft.  To his credit, he did bring in... Read more »
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