With Charles Tillman out, Bears look to future in Kyle Fuller

With Charles Tillman out, Bears look to future in Kyle Fuller
The shot NBC got on the Chicago Bears’ sideline of veteran cornerback Charles Tillman in tears broke the heart of anyone who has followed the guy they call “Peanut” throughout his career. Tillman has become the backbone of this defense in recent years, thriving on his uncanny and unmatched ability to turn the ball over.... Read more »

Cilché or not, the Chicago Bears are exactly who we thought they were

Cilché or not, the Chicago Bears are exactly who we thought they were
Not since October 16th of 2006 have the Chicago Bears come back from a deficit of 14 or more in the fourth quarter and won the game. That game was against the Arizona Cardinals, and then head coach of the team, Denis Green, went on his now infamous rant after the game. “They are who... Read more »

Chicago Bears shock NFL fandom with comback victory over 49ers

Chicago Bears shock NFL fandom with comback victory over 49ers
On paper, it looked like the odds were stacked against the Chicago Bears even before they took the field at Levi’s Stadium Sunday night for the San Francisco 49ers home opener. The last time the Bears beat the 49ers on the road was way back in 1985, and San Fran has won their last seven... Read more »
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Chicago Bears pull out win over 49ers despite all odds

Chicago Bears pull out win over 49ers despite all odds
Well maybe I’m just stupid (save the comments, peanut gallery). The week after everyone hands in their Jay Cutler Excuse Maker card, Cutty throws four touchdowns en route to a 17-point comeback victory. I just don’t even know anymore … When Cutler got rocked late in the second half I thought to myself, well, here... Read more »

Run, Matt Forte, run!

Run, Matt Forte, run!
“I just kept running” isn’t just a line from the 1994 classic Forest Gump, it’s the attitude, mentality and approach that Marc Trestman and the offense need to take when it comes to christening the new Levi Stadium in San Francisco this Sunday night against the 49ers. Last season the Chicago Bears were only one... Read more »

Chicago Bears Huddle staff picks: Bears vs. 49ers

Chicago Bears Huddle staff picks: Bears vs. 49ers
Whoa, whoa, whoa … did I hear someone say “must win?” It’s been tossed around as the Chicago Bears dropped their home opener to the Buffalo Bills in Week-1 and now travel out west to take on the San Francisco 49ers, beginning a five game stretch in which they will return to Soldier Field just... Read more »
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Chicago Bears vs. San Francisco 49ers: Five keys to 86ing the Niners

Chicago Bears vs. San Francisco 49ers: Five keys to 86ing the Niners
As bad a loss as last week’s debacle was, there is no time for the Chicago Bears to lick their wounds. Sunday night they find themselves in Santa Clara facing a Niners team that is also trying to find its way. Following a rough preseason and facing the adversity of injuries and suspensions, San Francisco... Read more »

Warning: Chicago Bears rant coming

Warning: Chicago Bears rant coming
Let’s just cut directly to the chase here: the Bears look just like they did last year. Same defense that holds for two plays and gets gashed for 30 yards the next. Same old Cutler, a guy who will never change or become “elite.” Keeps you around just long enough to break your heart. I... Read more »

Bears fall to Bills: It wasn’t supposed to happen this way

Bears fall to Bills: It wasn’t supposed to happen this way
Admit it, we harbored a lot of hope and enthusiasm heading into the start of the Chicago Bears 2014 season, didn’t we, Bears fans? Soldier Field … beautiful weather … the home team favored to win. It doesn’t get much better than that. Until … Coming out strong on the opening drive, the bears scored... Read more »
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A look at the numbers: Buffalo Bills at Chicago Bears

A look at the numbers: Buffalo Bills at Chicago Bears
The Buffalo Bills upset the Chicago Bears 23-20 at Soldier Field on Sunday. The loss snapped a four-game home opener win streak for the Bears, who were seven point favorites leading up to kickoff. The numbers suggest the Bears’ passing game would come through, with Jay Cutler throwing for 427 yards and going 34-49 (69%).... Read more »
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