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Chicago Bears season ends as it began

Chicago Bears season ends as it began
The end of this Chicago Bears season has mirrored the start, with a loss and more fans with broken hearts and shattered playoff dreams. It’s a sad way to go out, but it’s nothing we didn’t see coming. The Bears haven’t played well as a team for most of this season. And while I tend... Read more »

Chicago Bears: Mel Tucker’s defense starting to emerge

Chicago Bears: Mel Tucker’s defense starting to emerge
Mel Tucker has been criticized ruthlessly for his defensive unit’s performance last season. Most people didn’t see him coming back for a second year, but Trestman and the coaching staff stood by him, and now his teachings and fundamentals are finally coming to fruition. Tucker has always had a similar philosophy to the former Chicago... Read more »

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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Gameday matchup: Chicago Bears offense vs. Buffalo Bills defense

Gameday matchup: Chicago Bears offense vs. Buffalo Bills defense
The Chicago Bears will face off against a defense in the Buffalo Bills that amassed 57 total sacks just a year ago. The Bills were in the top ten for total defense in 2013 and had the second most sacks in the NFL. Needless to say, the Bears offense is in for a serious test... Read more »

Takeaways: Chicago Bears vs. Seattle Seahawks

Takeaways: Chicago Bears vs. Seattle Seahawks
I think the Chicago Bears knew there was a high probability of falling to the Seattle Seahawks on the road. I’m not being down on my home team or overreacting to a preseason game, I’m just being realistic. The Seahawks are the defending champs, and they’re BEASTS. Seattle is an incredible football team and to... Read more »

Offensive continuity critical for Marc Trestman and the Chicago Bears

Offensive continuity critical for Marc Trestman and the Chicago Bears
Over the course of the last 100 years and change, the city of Chicago has gotten used to seeing its professional sports franchises predicate themselves on defense. In 2005, the White Sox pitching staff dominated throughout the postseason and the led the Southsiders to their first World Series title in 88 years. The Chicago Bulls... Read more »
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A comprehensive Chicago Bears 2014 NFL Draft preview

A comprehensive Chicago Bears 2014 NFL Draft preview
The Chicago Bears 2014 NFL Draft is upon us! And I’m here to give you a comprehensive and extensive look into every position and prospect the Bears might be considering and why. Phil Emery will have seven picks this year, with no seventh rounder (two picks in the sixth). The Bears are currently in position... Read more »

Breaking down the Chicago Bears 2014 schedule

Breaking down the Chicago Bears 2014 schedule
The Chicago Bears 2014 schedule has been released, and the team will open up the season at home for the fifth consecutive season. The Bears will of course play their six divisional games, plus four against the NFC South and four against the AFC East, as well as two additional games against San Francisco and... Read more »

Phil Emery will look to retool, not rebuild, broken Bears defense

Phil Emery will look to retool, not rebuild, broken Bears defense
Last season, the Chicago Bears found themselves with a new identity; a new head coach with a new philosophy, and a new regime of players looking to take the franchise to the next phase of its storied history. The new offensive-minded Bears ended 2013 8-8, missing the playoffs by one fourth-and-eight conversion. Looking back on... Read more »
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The Chicago Bears' three-headed monster

The Chicago Bears' three-headed monster
The Chicago Bears’ three headed monster: Alshon Jeffrey, Brandon Marshall and Matt Forte. Those three names terrify opposing defenses, and, quite frankly, I get it. In a year in which the Bears have had a change at quarterback again, with a defense that can’t hold a division three running back in check, these three have... Read more »
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