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2015 Chicago Bears Prospect Profile: Danny Shelton

2015 Chicago Bears Prospect Profile: Danny Shelton
I know Grizzly Gridiron has been on a bit of hiatus, but with the change of job extra time was hard to come by. But production will be brought up again and it starts with this scouting report and profile on the NT from the Washington Huskies. This was originally supposed to be Gerod Holliman,... Read more »

A change of Pace for the Chicago Bears

A change of Pace for the Chicago Bears
The Chicago Bears have found their man for their vacant GM position and it’s the one you expected all along: Saints director of player personnel Ryan Pace! Not sure who that is? I wasn’t either, and it’s a surprising decision (at least to me) based on this team’s history and decision-making. The 37-year old became... Read more »

Black Monday: Sweeping Changes for the Chicago Bears

Black Monday: Sweeping Changes for the Chicago Bears
An embarrassing (embearassing?) season is in the books and George McCaskey did what needed to be done. Phil Emery, Marc Trestman and his coaching staff (it’s still determined who, if any, of the coaches will be returning) have been relieved of their duties of running the Chicago Bears. It’s a day where my feelings are... Read more »
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Bears can Still Have a Successful 2014 Season...If They Clean House

Bears can Still Have a Successful 2014 Season...If They Clean House
Raise your hand if you were at all surprised by the wanton display of half-assery we were all subjected to on Monday night. Yes, you, back in the corner? Ah, just stretching; that’s better. I almost feel dirty admitting it, but it’s gotten to the point where I actually hope for the Bears to lose... Read more »

So you’re saying there’s a chance: Bears playoff scenarios

So you’re saying there’s a chance: Bears playoff scenarios
For the record, I am not confident in the Bears chances to bumble and stumble their way to the playoffs this season, but it’s still a possibility. And from what I’ve heard, it sounds like some people are optimistic about it happening. So let’s take a look at the landscape. NFC South The unbeatable Sain…hahaha... Read more »

What's Lovie got to do, got to do with it?

What's Lovie got to do, got to do with it?
5-11 11-5 13-3 7-9 9-7 7-9 11-5 8-8 10-6 Ladies and gentleman the Lovie Smith era! Three playoff appearances in nine years and one Super Bowl loss to the Indianapolis Colts are what he has to show for his time here. That’s not to demean it; it was a thrilling time for the Bears as... Read more »
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Confessions of a Meatball Blogger: Hot Takes From the Bears/Vikings Game

Confessions of a Meatball Blogger: Hot Takes From the Bears/Vikings Game
As Ryan Mundy fell to the ground in the Bears end zone, a Teddy Bridgewater pass nestled firmly in the safety of his arms, I was finally able to exhale. While I believe I may have exclaimed “Pick! Game over,” my emotional state was more relief than elation. In fact, I was almost certain that... Read more »

Chicago Bears—Worst Ownership in the City?

Chicago Bears—Worst Ownership in the City?
Tom Ricketts just broke ground on his $500-million Wrigley renovation, landed one of the best managers in the game to control his club and is poised for the team’s biggest offseason in eight years. Jerry Reinsdorf has the White Sox attempting to rebuild without rebuilding (they stunk last year, but I personally like their pieces),... Read more »

Your Chicago Bears as Halloween Candy

Your Chicago Bears as Halloween Candy
Happy Halloween! Is there a better way to celebrate than stuffing your face with candy and doing a deep dive of your favorite football team to determine who is what candy? Nope! So let’s get to it. To not be even more biased than this article already is, I am going off of the top... Read more »
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The Jay Cutler Mistake

The Jay Cutler Mistake
Seven years, $126 million dollars. $54 million guaranteed. The highest paid player in the NFL. Signing Jay Cutler this offseason was a mistake. For starters, I was one of his biggest supporters over the years. Over the moon when the Bears traded for him. Sick to my stomach at the rage and attacking that took... Read more »