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Chicago Bears: "Bearly" hanging on

Chicago Bears: "Bearly" hanging on
Forewarning: while you may be used to my “glass half full” approach when it comes to the Chicago Bears, I will admit that it’s hard to anything containing rainbows and sunshine following a historically bad loss to the Green Bay Packers. Historically bad and emBEARassing, if you’ll allow me that. The Packers scored more points... Read more »

Taking their show on the road: Thoughts on the Chicago Bears’ 27-13 win in Atlanta

Taking their show on the road: Thoughts on the Chicago Bears’ 27-13 win in Atlanta
I hate to be “that guy,” but indulge me for a minute, would you? Each week, the Chicago Bears Huddle staff members are asked to write a short paragraph, offering up a few sentences on what we think will happen during the upcoming game and predicting the final score. We generally file these one to... Read more »

Takeaways: Chicago Bears defeat New York Jets 27-19

Takeaways: Chicago Bears defeat New York Jets 27-19
With five Week-1 starters out, I have to admit I was a bit nervous (but cautiously optimistic) about the Chicago Bears chances in Monday night’s game. Only three weeks into the season, the Bears have lost Charles Tillman (replaced by Kyle Fuller) to a triceps injury, who is now out for the season and helping... Read more »
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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 »

An interview with Chicago Bears veteran kicker Robbie Gould

An interview with Chicago Bears veteran kicker Robbie Gould
Anyone who knows me also knows that I am not just a Chicago Bears fan but a huge football fan in general. I regularly watch three to four games each week during the season and have had some awesome opportunities over the years to have been able to work with some of my favorite players.... Read more »

Chicago Bears kicker Robbie Gould on football and philanthropy

Chicago Bears kicker Robbie Gould on football and philanthropy
All too often, national news regarding NFL players has to do with scandal and controversy. Locally we hear about our hometown heroes doing good deeds in the community, but rarely do those stories get the recognition they deserve on a national level. But I enjoy taking the focus away from arrests, suspensions and domestic altercations... Read more »
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Chicago Bears mock draft: NFL picks 1-14

Chicago Bears mock draft: NFL picks 1-14
Chicago Bears mock draft: NFL picks 1-14 1. Houston Texans: Jadeveon Clowney, DE, South Carolina Best overall prospect. Freak athlete who is sure to take his game to the next level. Best upside of any player in this draft. Why is this even a discussion? 2. St. Louis Rams: Sammy Watkins, WR, Clemson St. Louis... Read more »

NFL Wild-Card weekend preview

NFL Wild-Card weekend preview
Unfortunately, this weekend Bears players will be watching the playoffs from their couches along with us, the fans. Chicago missed out on the postseason after finishing 10-6 based on their division record. The Bears did, however, play a large role in getting other teams to the playoffs, and they generated momentum for their opponents. For... Read more »

For the Chicago Bears, 3-1 can mean so much more

For the Chicago Bears, 3-1 can mean so much more
The Chicago Bears (2-1) are currently atop the NFC North, despite offensive dysfunction, with the Green Bay Packers (2-2) in their rearview mirror, and they have the power to hold them back even further in the division with a Monday night win in Dallas against a defensively hot Cowboys team. On the surface, this match-up presents itself with the possibility to... Read more »
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NFL officials to return to the field Thursday night

NFL officials to return to the field Thursday night
The NFL and the NFL Referees Association agreed to an eight-year collective bargaining agreement late Wednesday night that will return the regular game officials to the field for Week-4, beginning Thursday night. The agreement must still be ratified by the NFLRA membership. NFL owners, however, do not have to vote, as the commissioner has authority... Read more »
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