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The Bears Ten Most Heartbreaking Losses to the Green Bay Packers

The Bears Ten Most Heartbreaking Losses to the Green Bay Packers
The Bears and Packers have played 189 times with each team winning 93, plus six ties. The Packers most recent victory tied the series. The Bears won the teams second meeting in 2015 to break a four game losing streak to Green Bay. That four game Packers streak was preceded by a six game Packers... Read more »

Bears Roster Continues to be Made Over By Fox and Pace

Bears Roster Continues to be Made Over By Fox and Pace
When the Bears hired Ryan Pace and John Fox to turn the Bears around they had arguably one of the worst rosters in the NFL. In less than 20 months on the job they have almost completely overturned the roster. The Bears have only 12 players and six starters remaining from the Emery/Trestman regime. The... Read more »

John Fox's History Suggests He Can Fix the Bears

John Fox's History Suggests He Can Fix the Bears
The Bears hiring of John Fox was the first time since George Halas re-assumed the reign of the Bears in 1958 from Paddy Driscoll that the Bears hired a head coach that had experience as a head coach. Driscoll is the only other Bear Head Coach in their history with previous experience as a head... Read more »
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Despite Epic Losses are Bears Fans Overreacting?

Despite Epic Losses are Bears Fans Overreacting?
I posed this question on  Facebook earlier in the week. The Bears season and specifically the last two weeks have been a disaster. I posed the question “Despite the losses are Bears Fans Overreacting?” The defense the last two seasons have been legendarily bad the last two seasons. The offense finished second in the NFL... Read more »

Bears Greatest Comebacks in Franchise History

Bears Greatest Comebacks in Franchise History
The Bears have had many stirring comebacks throughout their illustrious franchise history. Some have come in championship seasons, others saved an embarrassing season and some made middling seasons somewhat memorable. Here is a look at a dozen improbable Bear comebacks. Want to get notified when the Chicago Sports Lists has a new post. Here is... Read more »

Bears Left With Many Questions After 34-6 Loss to Seattle

Bears Left With Many Questions After 34-6 Loss to Seattle
If the third preseason game is truly the dress rehearsal for the season, than the Bears are not ready for Broadway. Russell Wilson the the Seahawks offense shredded the Bears defense in the first half. Seattle scored on its first five possessions and dominated the rebuilt Bears defense. Going into the final preseason game the... Read more »
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Bears Five Things to Watch Versus Seahawks

Bears Five Things to Watch Versus Seahawks
The third preseason game is considered the most important. It is usually the one that the starters see the most minutes. The Bears offense has a tough test early in the game. The Bears travel to Seattle to face the NFL’s best defense. Through the first two weeks of the pre-season, the Bears offense seems... Read more »

Bears Five Positives and Negatives in Win Over Eagles

Bears Five Positives and Negatives in Win Over Eagles
The Bears offense picked up where it left off and their defense was vastly improved against the Eagles in a 34-28 preseason opening win Friday. The Bears showed some positives and areas they need to build on in the victory. Five Positives Zach Miller Tight End Often confused with Seahawks and former Raiders tight end... Read more »

Five Bears that Made a Statement Against Eagles

Five Bears that Made a Statement Against Eagles
Players made statements on both sides of the ball as the Bears won their preseason opener 34-28 over Philadelphia Friday night. The offense continued to look among the NFL’s elite and the defense looked improved against the Eagles first team offense. The game gave opportunities for many players to make a statement Friday night. Starters,... Read more »
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Cutler Needs to Perform Better in Big Games

Cutler Needs to Perform Better in Big Games
The legacy of a great quarterback is usually tied to how well he performs in the biggest games. Jay Cutler has yet to provide a signature moment in his career. In eight years in the league he has just one playoff appearance and one playoff win. A few times he had his team on the... Read more »