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Chip Kelly a good fit to replace Lovie Smith?

Chip Kelly a good fit to replace Lovie Smith?
There’s been enough written and said about the job security of Chicago Bears head coach Lovie Smith. If he’s gone, which is quite likely, time to move forward and think ahead to his replacement. Oregon Ducks head coach Chip Kelly is being recruited by the NFL once again. He turned down the Tampa Bay Buccaneers head job last year and rumors are abound that he’ll replace the soon to be fired Andy Reid in Philadelphia. With a record of 45-7, the highest winning percentage in all of college football, third in the nation in wins over that span, and he’s made a BCS bowl every year he’s coached in Eugene. He’s a hot coaching commodity. And he endorses this website, which is very important. But will his coaching style translate to the NFL...

Bears-Packers wager made by top NASCAR drivers

Bears-Packers wager made by top NASCAR drivers
Typically when NASCAR Sprint Cup Series stars Matt Kenseth and Kurt Busch discuss the “field” it has to do with 41 other drivers and isn’t named “Lambeau,” but on Thursday, Sept. 13 that all changes. Prior to heading to Chicagoland Speedway to kick off the Chase for the NASCAR Sprint Cup, Kenseth and Busch will... Read more »

Cutler Directs F-Bomb at Martz?, Putting Win Over Vikings in Perspective

Cutler Directs F-Bomb at Martz?, Putting Win Over Vikings in Perspective
Although Jay Cutler never has said it publicly, we know he must HATE his offensive coordinator Mike Martz; due to his schemes that consistently leave the quarterback a sitting duck with little pass protection. Martz offenses have commonly led the NFL in sacks allowed, and this Chicago Bears team is no different. The have an... Read more »
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Bears-Vikings: Brutally Honest Game Preview

Bears-Vikings: Brutally Honest Game Preview
You know those two undefeated NFC North teams? The only two perfect teams remaining in the NFL? These are……..not them. The Green Bay Packers and Detroit Lions have already put some distance between themselves and these two teams, so Chicago Bears vs. Minnesota Vikings in prime time Sunday night is a battle for third place!... Read more »

"Sweetness" Book is Deep, Cumulative Look at Walter Payton, NOT a Sleazy Tell-All

"Sweetness" Book is Deep, Cumulative Look at Walter Payton, NOT a Sleazy Tell-All
Jeff Pearlman‘s new book Sweetness: the Enigmatic Life of Walter Payton is a complete biography; not a hagiography. It paints the greatest runner in Chicago Bears, possibly NFL history as a human being, not a saint. Because that’s who Walter Payton was- a person with many virtues and faults, character concerns and contradictions, just like... Read more »

New Walter Payton bio Highlights Painkiller Abuse, Adultery, Suicide Contemplation

New Walter Payton bio Highlights Painkiller Abuse, Adultery, Suicide Contemplation
As this story revolves around my favorite player as a kid, Chicago Bears legend Walter Payton, who held every major NFL record for rushing at a time, I post it with a heavy heart. Not only did I look up to #34 as a kid, I had lunch with him and spent a day with... Read more »
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Cutler Well Aware Bears OL, Martz Could Get him KILLED This Season

Cutler Well Aware Bears OL, Martz Could Get him KILLED This Season
Chicago Bears quarterback Jay Cutler has been sacked more than groceries. Actually, he’s been sacked more than David Carr in his Houston Texans days, who was sacked even more than groceries. Cutler may have the worst offensive tackles in NFL history blocking for him this week against the Green Bay Packers (4th in the league... Read more »

Fearless 2011 NFL Season Picks: Bears take NFC Wild Card?

Fearless 2011 NFL Season Picks: Bears take NFC Wild Card?
It all starts tonight with the traditional Super Bowl Champ getting the first home game on Thursday night (Green Bay Packers vs. New Orleans Saints). This time the previous, previous SB winner is the opponent. And there’s always the national block party that comes with it as America’s favorite day in sports comes  always complete... Read more »

How the Bears will Use Brandon Meriweather, Why the Patriots Actually Cut Him

How the Bears will Use Brandon Meriweather, Why the Patriots Actually Cut Him
Perhaps the most surprising dismissal of NFL final cut down day was the New England Patriots jettisoning Free Safety Brandon Meriweather, who made the last two Pro Bowls as an AFC alternate. A former 1st round draft pick who was set to earn $1.65 million this year, he had worn out his welcome in Foxboro.... Read more »
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Bears Could have DE Corey Wootton back for the Season Opener?

It’s possible that Chicago Bears defensive end Corey Wootton will return from his knee injury in time for the regular season opener September 11 versus the Atlanta Falcons. Last year’s fourth-round pick out of Northwestern suffered meniscus damage in his right knee during the very opening kickoff of the Bears preseason opener against the Buffalo... Read more »
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