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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 »

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 »

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 »
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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 »

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 »

Chicago Bears find right balance on offense, crush Cowboys on Monday night

Chicago Bears find right balance on offense, crush Cowboys on Monday night
On a frigid night in Soldier Field, the Chicago Bears managed to score on every single offensive possession. A year ago, or even ten years ago, that would have been inconceivable, especially in those conditions. But the Bears managed to roll over a struggling Cowboys defense and get a win in a must-win situation to... Read more »
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Bears-Packers preview with help from Tony the Packers Fan and Back to the Future

Bears-Packers preview with help from Tony the Packers Fan and Back to the Future
I first met Tony the Packers Fan in the fall of 1996, right around the time of Brett Favre’s apex. I mistakenly invited Tony to my Super Bowl XXXI party in January of 1997, making him the only person in my parents’ house (they had a party, too) who left happy that night. We’ve been... Read more »

Chicago Bears quarterly review: Debunking 4-0, assessing the scene, handing out awards

Chicago Bears quarterly review: Debunking 4-0, assessing the scene, handing out awards
It’s 7:00 a.m. Friday morning and the sun is rising slowly over Chicago. Out the window on my quiet block I can see folks heading to work, or running with their dogs, but I’m inside thinking about that fire-starter Drew Brees and his band of Saints coming to Soldier Field. The Bears haven’t lost to... Read more »

Chicago Bears first quarter report

Chicago Bears first quarter report
The Chicago Bears have finished the first quarter of their season with a 3-1 overall record, a 1-1 divisional record, a 2-0 home record and 1-1 road record. The Bears are also currently tied for first place in the NFC North with the Detroit Lions, although the Lions hold the tie-breaker after beating Chicago soundly... Read more »
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Chicago Bears season preview part two of two: The offense

Chicago Bears season preview part two of two: The offense
It starts and ends with Jay Cutler. Cutler’s play will dictate how the entire 2013 season goes for the Chicago Bears. Ever since Phil Emery arrived in 2011, the basis of his offseason and draft strategies were to mold his team around the quarterback and to put Cutler in a system where he could thrive,... Read more »
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