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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 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 »

Meeting the Bears 2014 NFL Draft Class

Meeting the Bears 2014 NFL Draft Class
After a very productive draft in 2013, Phil Emery appears to have given Marc Trestman another upgrade in talent. Last year, the Bears focused on the offensive line and linebacker. They drafted two lineman and three linebackers. Kyle Long and Jordan Mills both started all 16 games as rookies on the offensive line last season.... Read more »
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Cutler's Time to Make a Statement Against Packers

Cutler's Time to Make a Statement Against Packers
For the second time in four seasons, the Bears will face the Packers in a win or go home game. Tonight will be with a playoff spot on the line. The last time these teams met in a win or go home scenario was the 2010 NFC championship game. It’s been well detailed that Cutler... Read more »

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 »

Bears Fans Should be Excited about Cutler's Return

Bears Fans Should be Excited about Cutler's Return
The sports talk shows were abuzz this week about who should be the Bears starting Quarterback once Jay Cutler was healthy enough to return. ¬†Josh McCown is the latest in a long line of NFL quarterbacks that have peaked later in their careers. Players like Tommy Maddox, Derek Anderson and Erik Kramer had amazing seasons,... Read more »
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Ten Reasons to be Thankful in Chicago Sports

Ten Reasons to be Thankful in Chicago Sports
Although it has been a tough year in Chicago Sports except for the Blackhawks, we have a lot to be thankful for. We live in one of the best cities in the world to be fan, participant or weekend warrior. Here is my list of what to be thankful for in Chicago Sports. The Lakefront... Read more »

Bears Five Keys to Victory Over New Orleans: NFL Week 5

Bears Five Keys to Victory Over New Orleans: NFL Week 5
The Bears welcome the 4-0 Saints to Soldier Field coming off a dismal performance last week at Detroit. Jay Cutler had his worst performance of the season. The offense had too many turnovers, allowed three sacks and let the Detroit defense give their offense great field positions. To stay with the Saints, they are going... Read more »

Bears and Steelers Five Keys for NFL Week 3

Bears and Steelers Five Keys for NFL Week 3
The Bears and Steelers will meet for the 26th time Sunday night at Heinz Field. The Bears hold a 17-7-1 edge in the series. Before their run in the 1970′s, the Steelers were more often than not the NFL’s dormant team. In their first 39 years in existence, the Steelers had just six winning seasons.... Read more »
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Bears Five Most Intriguing Things to Watch in NFL Week 1 Against Cincinnati

Bears Five Most Intriguing Things to Watch in NFL Week 1 Against Cincinnati
The Marc Trestman Era will open at Soldier Field on Sunday against the Cincinnati Bengals. He is the first offensive minded Head Coach for the Bears since they hired Mike Ditka in 1982. He will likely be the most progressive offensive minded Head Coach the Bears have ever had. The new era bring a lot... Read more »
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