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2014 Chicago Bears Positional Primer: LaMarr Houston, Jared Allen, Willie Young, The Young Guns and Depth Everywhere

2014 Chicago Bears Positional Primer: LaMarr Houston, Jared Allen, Willie Young, The Young Guns and Depth Everywhere
I’ve said it before in my “offseason review” and I’ll say it again here; When Phil Emery wants to eat, he eats! Last off-season it was the offensive line, this off-season it was the defensive line. Rightfully so in doing it. Considering the lack of depth, impact and production the defensive line had last season... Read more »

Chicago Bears 2014 Positional Primer: The Backfield, Jordan Lynch and Battle for 3rd String

Chicago Bears 2014 Positional Primer: The Backfield, Jordan Lynch and Battle for 3rd String
The 2013 season allowed Forte to tote the pigskin 289 times for 1339 yards. Good for a 4.6 YPC (2nd best mark of his career). He even managed to dispel the myth that he couldn’t finish his runs and managed to find paydirt a career high, nine times. Along with his work on the ground... Read more »

Jay Cutler: Rough Around the Edges

Jay Cutler: Rough Around the Edges
According to Merriam-Webster, an enigma is defined as; “Something hard to understand or explain” or “An inscrutable or mysterious person.” What would the Chicago definition of this word look like if were to look it up? Probably something similar. One thing for certain is Chicago Bears’ offensive cornerstone and franchise quarterback, Jay Cutler would most... Read more »
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Chicago Bears 2014 Positional Primer: Quarterback

Chicago Bears 2014 Positional Primer: Quarterback
Seven years, $126,700,000 and $54,000,000 in guarantees. The aforementioned is the contract years, guaranteed and total dollars of the Chicago Bears enigma, Jay Cutler. The man the Chicago Bears traded for prior to 2009 NFL season as a 26 year old with limitless upside and coming off his first Pro Bowl appearance. Now, 31, still... Read more »

2014 Pre-Primer: Bears Offseason in Review

2014 Pre-Primer: Bears Offseason in Review
“Toiling in mediocrity,” is a phrase that best describes the Chicago Bears previous three season run. Finishing with marks of 8-8, 10-6  and 8-8. This assuredly isn’t the run the Bears organization had in mind when they traded for “franchise quarterback,” Jay Cutler. Such is life in the NFL however. Things never seem to go... Read more »
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