Posts tagged "Brian Urlacher"
2012 is finally over and it couldn’t have come fast enough. In my 27 years on earth I can’t remember a more depressing and all around disaster of a year in Chicago sports than 2012. All five of the major sports teams had little to no success and either suffered from collapses, injuries or just... Read more »
It will be around 6:30 PM Central time on Sunday when we will learn whether the Bears have given themselves a chance at the playoffs or if they squander it with a loss to the Cardinals. Should the Bears lose it will also be the official beginning of the “Fire Lovie Smith” campaign. Smith has... Read more »
In this city we are used to the Bears’ defense being the offense of the team. Creating turnovers, scoring plays and leaving opposing quarterbacks battered and bruised. These last few games have shown us a different side of the defense we haven’t seen very often. They look bad. Not just bad, but old. Two of... Read more »
When Charles Tillman’s football career is over he can always find a job as a teacher. His patented “ball punch” will certainly be a move coaches around the league attempt to integrate into their defensive players’ repertoire after Sunday. Tillman flat out dominated the Titans by personally forcing four fumbles as the Bears cruised to... Read more »
It is a fair question to ask after the news today that Urlacher underwent an arthroscopic procedure to clean up tissue on his injured left knee. I’m sure I’m not the only one who heard this news and immediately got that nervous feeling in my stomach that this could be an early nail in... Read more »